Trails butt right up against the Medina River which also accommodates kayaking.
The present-day Medina River, on whose banks both armies are said to have camped during the 1813 battle. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report

Editor’s note: Brandon Seale, an energy executive as well as a published author and podcast producer, created his second podcast series, A New History of Old San Antonio, “to cover the history of San Antonio from its founding 300 years ago until the arrival of the railroad 150 or so years later,” he said.

He released the series earlier this year, and for the next 11 weeks, the Rivard Report will host one episode every Saturday.

To listen to last week’s episode, click here.

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Brandon Seale

Brandon Seale is the president of Howard Energy Ventures. With degrees in philosophy, law, and business, he writes and records stories about the residents of the borderland and about the intersection of...