In court filings, officials from the Alamo and General Land Office accuse Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation of seeking “preferential treatment for themselves.”
Archaeologists excavating the area found multiple human bones and bone fragments in August and September, including teeth, toe bones, and a rib.
Human bone fragments have turned up in an archaeological dig to find the foundations of the Alamo’s Church and Long Barrack.
The lawsuit filed in federal court alleges the State of Texas is ignoring federal laws over the treatment of Native American remains.
Catch a Lone Star Philharmonic concert, watch dancers at a Saturday gala, and celebrate Davy Crockett’s birthday this weekend.
The Alamo will remain a cemetery only in a symbolic sense without more stringent legal requirements for treatment of any human remains.
As archaeological and restoration work gets underway at the Alamo, San Antonio indigenous groups are decrying the State’s efforts to fight designating parts of the historic site an official cemetery under state law.
UTSA returned to its birth place to celebrate the signing of the bill that established it as San Antonio’s first four-year public university
Two Native American groups wonder what will become of their request, filed last year, to have a larger part of the grounds designated a historic cemetery.
On April 1, City of San Antonio officials confirmed to Dimmick Diaries that the “international liberal agenda” is moving into the basement of the Alamo.