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“Tejanos and the Struggle for Texas Independence”

March marks the beginning of Texas History Month, a monthlong celebration of Texas Independence. On March 2, 1836, the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico was signed. In recognition of Texas History Month, the Brazoria County Historical Museum hosts this live virtual program with noted speaker and former executive director of the Texas State Historical Association Dr. Frank de la Teja, who explores the role that Tejanos (Mexican Texans) played in the development of Texas after Mexican Independence, and their political and military roles in the Texas Revolution. To participate in this free virtual program pre-registration is required.

When:

March 11

Where:

Brazoria County Historical Museum BRAZORIA, Texas

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Phone:

Website: brazoriacountytx.gov/departments/museum

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