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Explore the history of early Texas as you’ve never heard it before, using new research and recently uncovered documents.Season 1 traces the identity of modern-day Texas to the first 160 years or so of San Antonio's history, from its founding in 1718 until the arrival of the railroad in 1877.Season 2 covers the Battle of Medina, the largest, bloodiest battle in Texas history...and the narrowing search for the battlefield itself, which has eluded searchers for more than a century now!-- As seen on the Rivard Report, KSAT12, GreatDaySA, and the San Antonio Business Journal! --

A New History of Old Texas Brandon Seale

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 221 Ratings

Explore the history of early Texas as you’ve never heard it before, using new research and recently uncovered documents.Season 1 traces the identity of modern-day Texas to the first 160 years or so of San Antonio's history, from its founding in 1718 until the arrival of the railroad in 1877.Season 2 covers the Battle of Medina, the largest, bloodiest battle in Texas history...and the narrowing search for the battlefield itself, which has eluded searchers for more than a century now!-- As seen on the Rivard Report, KSAT12, GreatDaySA, and the San Antonio Business Journal! --

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
221 Ratings

221 Ratings

WayloTT ,

Great stuff!

Love this podcast! Information is distilled down to meaningful chucks and episode length is perfect for a busy schedule. Always look forward to the next episode. Really enjoy the content - I am relearning my Texas history!

thefirebuilds ,

Fantastic and well researched

I learned so much about the southern frontier and my understanding of Texas and especially San Antonio’s place in American and Mexican history is much greater.

ChrisAsh83 ,

Another lens to see our world

Fantastically done providing for numerous new perspectives to see our beautiful community so vibrant with texture and culture in. Driving around San Antonio looks completely different after listening to these wrk done episodes.

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