Texans at last declare themselves free and independent. The research team puts shovels in the ground.
The Republican Army of the North breaks the siege of Goliad and pursues the Royalists all the way to San Antonio. Stephen F. Austin’s maps give us the most concrete clues yet as to the location of the battlefield.
Bernardo Gutiérrez de Lara and the Republican Army of the North march across the Texas. The research team goes aerial.
Father Hidalgo's revolt is crushed, but José Bernardo Gutiérrez de Lara picks up his torch. The research team attempts to reconcile the varying Republican accounts of their route to the battlefield.
Royalist Governor Manuel Salcedo returns to San Antonio with a vengeance. The roads through the Encinal de Medina in 1813 suddenly become clearer.
Texas revolts. The Battle of Medina search team tries to lock down the Royalist Army’s location on the morning of the battle.
Texas drifts toward the Revolution that will culminate in the Battle of Medina. The Battle of Medina research team examines the historical markers claiming to mark the site of the battle.
The largest battle in Texas history is lost. We aim to find it.
The past lives in San Antonio.
San Antonio weathers the U.S. Civil War and faces the onset of the industrial age.
San Antonio becomes the largest city in Texas and German becomes the most widely spoken language in the "odd and antiquated" little boom town.
The Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836, marks the end of the Texas Revolution...in East Texas.
Newcomers integrate themselves into the fighting units of Old San Antonians and quickly learn the lessons of frontier warfare.
The Battle of the Alamo as you've never heard it before.
Centralists and Federalists clash in San Antonio over the course of a two-month long siege that culminates in five days of brutal house-to-house fighting.
Mexico rises in revolt against Santa Anna's dictatorship.
San Antonians take up the defense of the immigrants in their midst and threaten to rip the new Mexican nation apart if their hardwon freedoms aren't respected.
San Antonians discover their ideological alignment with the new arrivals in their midst.