Your Donation

will

Educate

as long

as the

Sky is Blue and the Rivers Flow

HOUSTON DOES NOT HAVE A NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN  URBAN HEALTH CENTER, CLICK HERE FOR RESOURCES THAT CAN HELP.

Southern Apache Museum opened its doors JANUARY 2012. it became a place to learn, teach, and  a community center for the indigenous IN HOUSTON of all first nations. On may 31, 2017 the northwest mall in houston, asked all retailers and S.a.m. to leave. We later found out the Northwest mall is  NOW a proposed site for the bullet train that will travel from Houston TO Dallas in 30 minutes.  S.A.M. IS NOW IN THE PROCESS OF LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME. IF ANYONE OUT THERE KNOWS OF A SPACE OR BUILDING WE CAN USE AT A GOOD PRICE PLEASE E-mail US. 

Our

MAIN GOAL

indian health

CARE

who is

S.A.M.

SOUTHERN PLAINS MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTER
SPMCC

Chance L. Landry - President

Lipan Apache Nation

NATIVE AMERICANS CAN APPLY FOR THE AFORABLE CARE ACT ALL YEAR LONG. IT CAN BE AN ASSET. 

Steven Fernandez - Vice President

Lipan Apache Nation

Shelby Bradley -Treasurer

​Mattaponi/Rappahannock (Virginia)

Shauna Preito - Administrator

Mvskoke Creek Nation

Even though the physical doors of 

S. A. M. are closed we are a 501 ( c ) 3 non profit organization. This means that we still hold meetings and events and are still gathering and taking care of business.  Please look around at our website and find out who we are. 

This was made possible with funding by the
City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.

Southern Apache Museum Board Members

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museum    s.a.m.

Your Donation will Educate as long as the Sky is Blue and the Rivers Flow

Kirk Archambault - Cultural Advisor Dakota Nation

Laura Thompson -  Scretary

Choushatta Nation

For those in need of FOOD and WATER due to freeze, please check out News Thur NDN Eyes tab to find help

PRESERVING OUR WAY OF LIFE AND WALKING IN BEAUTY

HOW THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT can help you

click on link above and scroll down when you get there

Lenny Medina - Cultural Advocacy

Comanche Nation

Preview of some of Southern Apache Museum (SAM)

by Chance L. Landry through Emaze