Spanish Texas

The Birth of Texas Series starts with Spanish Texas. It is the story of the missions, presidios and villas in this most remote part of New Spain. It is Texas Indians, some of whom converted to a life with the Spaniards, and some who most decidedly did not. The settlers in this often hostile outpost would become known as Tejanos, and they would alternately battle and cooperate with the Anglos sneaking into Texas from the east. There are filibusters and pirates, vast Texas ranchos, battles for survival and revolution against Royal Spain.

This is part one of an eight part series of location based videos, called The Birth of Texas Series, that tell the story of Texas from San Felipe de Austin through Revolution, Independence, the Republic and statehood.

Watch the trailer here.

To obtain a copy of Spanish Texas visit the Store link at the top of this page.

Available as a gift with Membership at a level of $40 or higher. Members may obtain additional copies of this fully searchable, high quality, and high resolution DVD for $15. Non-members may get a copy at a donation level of $20. Just e-mail us for more information. Shipping in the U.S. is an additional $4.

You may use PayPal on our support page and follow it up with an e-mail to give us your mailing address. Or you will find instructions to obtain one via U.S. Mail, too.



Projects of friends:
Frost Town Historic Site
















Copyright 2005-2007 Houston Arts and Media
site design: WW Wordsmiths