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About the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe
Instrumental in Texas’ Independence
With a rich history dating to the 1780’s, the Alabama-Coushatta tribe distinguished themselves in the Texas War of Independence. In 1836, Sam Houston brokered a treaty with the tribe to fight alongside the Texans. During the war, the Coushattas helped ensure the survival of the Texas Army who were fleeing Santa Anna by guiding them and providing provisions. Today, this act is recognized as a critical contribution to the Republic of Texas.
Principal Chief: Donnis Battise, Mikko Choba, Chief Kanicu
Second Chief: Millie Thompson Williams, Mikko Istimatokla, Chief Piliika Istaaya
The Alabama and Coushatta tribes migrate across the Sabine River into Spanish controlled territory of modern day Texas.
Both the Alabama and Coushatta tribes distinguish themselves in the Mexican War of Independence.
The tribes assist Sam Houston’s army during the Texas War of Independence from Mexico.
The Republic of Texas recognizes the tribes’ equitable claim to lands in the new country.
The Restoration Act passes Congress and restores the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe to federal recognition.
After a years-long legal battle with the State of Texas, the US Supreme Court affirms the Tribe’s right to offer Class II electronic bingo.