Texas History as it happened and where it happened
Episode 11 – Parlez-vous français? Over the previous 10 episodes I focused primarily on the Native Peoples and the early Spanish explorations and attempts to colonize Texas. Today I will delve a little deeper into the French experiences in Texas. … Continue reading →
In this episode, I explore the relationships between the native tribes and each other and the native tribes and the Spanish and question whether or not Spanish Colonization of Texas had a realistic chance to succeed. Each tribe was unique, … Continue reading →
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In this episode, I talk about the Spanish Presidios, where some of them were located, what was their purpose, how they were designed, and a little about life in them. I also touch on how the French were making incursions … Continue reading →
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(Not a word for word transcript) So far we’ve talked about the state of the world in the 1500s, the first Spanish expedition in Texas in the 1530s, the earliest residents, and in the last episode, it was about the … Continue reading →
Welcome to Episode 6 of the Time Travelin’ Texican show, a Clash of Cultures. So far we’ve talked about the state of the world in the 1500s, the first Spanish expedition in Texas in the 1530s, and we’ve touched a … Continue reading →
So far we’ve talked about the state of the world in the 1500s, the first Spanish expedition in Texas in the 1530s, and we’ve touched a little on the geography and the people who were living in Texas at that … Continue reading →
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This week I want to explore more about the First Peoples of Texas particularly the Comanche, the Kiowas, and the Tonkawas, tribes that the Spanish and the French encountered. So far we’ve talked about the state of the world in … Continue reading →
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So far I’ve talked about the state of the world in the 1500s, the first Spanish expedition in Texas in the 1520s, and we’ve touched a little on the geography and the people who were living in Texas at that … Continue reading →
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