About CITC

The mission of the Council for the Indigenous and Tejano Community is to preserve the history, traditions and rich culture of the Indigenous and Tejano community of Hays County. We accomplish through sponsoring historical markers, conducting oral histories, art and culture and the CITC will work closely with the distinguished Indigenous Cultures Institute.

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These photos provide a window into the lives and character of Hays County's Tejano residents in early Texas history. Click on each picture for more information. 

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Coahuiltecans have lived in Texas for over 14,000 years. Read about the Cantona and other Coahuiltecan tribes.

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Learn about the historical markers created by the council and other current projects.

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Articles about fascinating and seldom shared historical accounts.

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Articles, books and teaching materials for educators interested in bringing Tejano and Indigenous history to the classroom.

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Council for the Indigenous and Tejano Community
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