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Save Texas History Symposium, Austin

Friday, November 4, 2022Saturday, November 5, 2022
AT&T Conference Center | 1900 University Ave.

This year, the Symposium will examine frontier encounters in Texas over the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries.

Friday, November 4
Pre-Symposium Graduate Student Showcase and Tours of the Texas General Land Office Archives and Records
Space is limited to the first 125 attendees
Texas General Land Office, Stephen F. Austin Building, 1700 N. Congress Ave.

Saturday, November 5
Save Texas History Symposium Speakers:

Dr. Paul Conrad, University of Texas at Arlington - Mobility, Conflict, and Persistence: Apaches and Texas History
Dr. Bradley Folsom, University of Texas at Arlington - Four Flawed Borders: Spain Defines the Louisiana Purchase
Dr. Sarah Rodriguez, University of Arkansas - A Distinct Member of the Mexican Family: (Re)Contextualizing the Texas Rebellion
Dr. Francis Galan, Texas A&M University-San Antonio - The First Capital of Texas at Los Adaes and the Problem of Smuggling
Dr. Lola Orellano-Norris, Texas A&M International - Alonso de León’s Journeys (1686-1690) in Search of the French
Dr. Carla Gerona, Georgia Tech University - Decentering Philip Nolan and Visualizing Networks with Digital Storytelling Tools
Dr. William Kiser, Texas A&M University-San Antonio - 'A Few Hundred Dollars Worth of Mexican Justice': Civil War Scheming in the Texas-Mexico Borderlands
Dr. Ron Tyler, the University of Texas at Austin - Lithography and 19th Century Texas Mapping

Admission also includes the Save Texas History Reception, featuring Dr. James Crisp's presentation, Inside the Texas Revolution

Space limited to 250 attendees.