In the final episode of “The Engines of Texanity”, the frontier model of energy regulation left Texas out in the cold during Winter Storm Uri.
In the latest episode of the “Engines of Texanity” podcast, Gail Borden deploys his ingenuity to the successful production of condensed milk.
In the latest episode of the “Engines of Texanity” podcast, the Colt Revolver becomes a psychological engine across the Texas frontier.
In the latest episode of the “Engines of Texanity” podcast, cotton proves to be the best hope for the economy of 19th century Texas.
In the latest episode of the “Engines of Texanity” podcast, Spaniards constructed and administered complex irrigation systems in early Texas.
The new podcast “Engines of Texanity” focuses on the 10 engines that most meaningfully propelled Texas history forward.
Podcaster Brandon Seale returns with a new episode in the “Finding Medina” series, reporting on the results of a February archaeological survey.
Was there really ever a “Republic of the Rio Grande”? And what to make of the legacy of Antonio Zapata.
José María Carvajal refuses to give up the dream of a northeastern Mexican republic, only to be defeated by his old commander.
Listen to episode 15 of the Republic of the Rio Grande, “The Concessions of Camargo,” from Brandon Seale.
The normally reserved Antonio Canales throws everything he has at Centralist Gen. Mariano Arista in a desperate bid to rescue Antonio Zapata.
Listen to episode 13 of the Republic of the Rio Grande podcast, “The Battle of Morelos,” from Brandon Seale.
Listen to episode 12 of the Republic of the Rio Grande, “Desperate Measures,” from Brandon Seale