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Tejanos of Revolutionary Texas tells the story of Juan Seguin, Jose Antonio Navarro and other Texans of Mexican descent during Texas’ most volatile era. This interactive exhibit explores why these families came to Texas and how the frontier experience shaped Tejano involvement in the Mexican Wars of Independence and the Texas Revolution.
The exhibit concludes by examining how Tejanos were treated after independence and American statehood, and how Tejano communities survived and thrived in the face of adversity and racism.
Our exclusive members opening with take place Thursday, March 21 from 6 P.M to 8 P.M. This exhibit will be open to the public Friday, March 22.