Texas Pioneer Women: Mexican Era


This video is part of the Texas Talks with Dr. Jean Stuntz from the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum: From San Antonio to the Panhandle: Texas Pioneer Women Texas Pioneer Women: Mexican Era Dr. Jean Stuntz describes life for women living through the Mexican Revolution in Texas, as well as the experiences of women living in Stephen F. Austin's first colony. She discusses Cynthia Ann Parker, as well as other native and Texan conflicts as they relate to women.
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