Category Archives: Resources

Gallant Outcasts Texas Turmoil 1519 – 1734

Texas history does not start with the battle of the Alamo and this book is unquestionable proof of that fact. Gallant Outcasts Texas Turmoil 1519 – 1734 is a page turner book of the first explorations into Texas and the first efforts by the Spanish crown to settle what is now and what we know to be Texas. During the …

Delirio – The Fantastic, the Demonic, and the Réel: The Buried History of Nuevo León

Follow Marie Theresa Hernández as she explores how the folktales of Nuevo León that encode aspects of Nuevolenese identity have been lost, repressed, or fetishized in “legitimate” histories of the region. I had no idea that this book even existed but that changed when I attended the 36th Annual Texas State Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference when I meet Marie…