Texas State Historical Association (TSHA). The mission of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington Housing Department is to provide safe, decent and affordable housing for eligible Native Americans with a preference for Tulalip Tribes members through construction, private financing assistance, housing acquisition, modernization, maintenance of existing housing and provision of supportive services and other housing assistance programs. Dorothy Couser, A Kiowa Tribe Housing Authority Darko Affordable Housing Solutions offers the following programs: The Rental Housing Assistance Program provides, eligible participants residing in Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Kiowa, Tillman and selected parts of Blaine, Canadian, Grady, Stephens and Jefferson Counties in Oklahoma with rental housing and/or utility related assistance. EASTERN ATAKAPA or Hiyekiti Ishak (Sunrise People or Eastern People, name for the S.W. The Atakapa / ə ˈ t æ k ə p ə,-p ɑː / (also, Atacapa), are an indigenous people of the Southeastern Woodlands, who spoke the Atakapa language and historically lived along the Gulf of Mexico.The competing Choctaw people used this term for this people, and European settlers adopted the term from them. google_ad_height = 15; / The aborginal Atakapa Ishak of Louisiana were a quiet, peaceful, meek, even passive people, yet we have served this nation in all its wars. We created this eBook for you, and it was made possible through the contributions of our members and supporters. It was the Atakapa Tribe, the original inhabitants before the French. ** In Hualapai – (Home is the center/beginning of family growth, understanding, respect and safety)** To provide the Hualapai tribal members continued opportunities for safe, decent, sanitary, quality and affordable housing. The Atakapa (Attakapa, Attacapa) Indians, including such subgroups as the Akokisas and Deadoses, occupied the coastal and bayou areas of southwestern Louisiana and southeastern Texas until the early 1800s. Some later linguists have abandoned this linkage and classified Atakapan as an isolated language. The Handbook of Texas is free-to-use thanks to the support of readers like you. Native American art,