Forum for planning logistical preparation for the upcoming events surrounding the Lipan Apache visit to Carlisle May 14-17.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
This book by Jacqueline Fear-Segal is the first published account of the story of the "Lost Ones." She writes about Kersetta Roosevelt, so named after her enrollment to the Carlisle Indian School. To the Lipan, her people, she was lost. Her brother was lost to them, as well. Her child, Dick Kaseeta, was adopted and raised by a couple from Carlisle. He lived at Bellaire Park, an amusement park on the Conodoguinet Creek where friends and family will gather after the ceremonies Friday. This property belongs to Susan Rose and Steve Brouwer. Dick Kasetta's niece, Tess and other family members will be with us.