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Season 2: The Hidden History of Tejanos

The second installment of our Hidden History series will focus on Tejano contributions to Texas history. These biographical and topical lectures are presented by experts on each individual subject and are intended to shed light on parts of Texas history which have previously been untold or relegated to the footnotes of earlier historians.

All hidden history episodes premiere on our website, social medial and YouTube channels at 6 p.m. on various days. See listings below:

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Contrasting Cultures
Caroline Crimm, Ph.D.

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Beasley’s Vaqueros
Andres Tijerina, Ph.D.

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Adela Sloss: Mexican American Civil Rights Activist and Texas Feminist
Cynthia Orozco, Ph.D.


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Antonio Gil Ybarbo: Native Son of Texas, Hero, and Father of Nacogdoches
Francis Galan, Ph.D.

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Mexican Americans and the Question of Education
Gene Preuss, Ph.D.

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The Revolutionary Life of Jose Francisco Ruiz
Art Martinez, Ph.D.

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Thursday, September 15
Mexican Americans in Texas, Early 20th Century

Sonia Hernandez, Ph.D.


Season 2: Episode 7

Mexican Americans in Texas, Early 20th Century
Sonia Hernandez, Ph.D.

This presentation will discuss Mexican Americans in Texas in the early 20th Century, including intellectual leaders such as Jovita Idar and Pablo Cruz.


Season 2: Episode 1

Contrasting Cultures by Caroline Crimm, Ph.D.

Season 2: Episode 2

Beasley’s Vaqueros by Andres Tijerina, Ph.D.

Season 2: Episode 3

Adela Sloss by Dr. Cynthia Orozco

Season 2: Episode 4

Antonio Gil Ybarbo: Native Son of Texas, Hero, and Father of Nacogdoches by Francis Galan, Ph.D.

Season 2: Episode 5

Mexican Americans and the Question of Education
Gene Preuss, Ph.D.

Season 2: Episode 6

The Revolutionary Life of Jose Francisco Ruiz
Art Martinez, Ph.D.


Season One: The Hidden History of African American Texans