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Early Tejano ranching

daily life at Ranchos San José and El Fresnillo

by AndreМЃs SaМЃenz

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Published by Published by Texas A&M University Press in association with the University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio in College Station .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Duval County (Tex.),
  • Texas,
  • Duval County,
  • Duval County.
    • Subjects:
    • Sáenz family.,
    • Mexican Americans -- Texas -- Duval County -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Mexican Americans -- Texas -- Duval County -- Biography.,
    • Mexican Americans -- Texas -- Duval County -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.,
    • Mexican American families -- Texas -- Duval County.,
    • Ranchers -- Texas -- Duval County -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Ranchers -- Texas -- Duval County -- Biography.,
    • Ranch life -- Texas -- Duval County -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Duval County (Tex.) -- Biography.,
    • Duval County (Tex.) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAndrés Sáenz ; edited, with an introduction, by Andrés Tijerina.
      GenreBiography.
      ContributionsTijerina, Andrés.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF392.D9 S24 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvii, 159 p. :
      Number of Pages159
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3946769M
      ISBN 101585441341, 1585441635
      LC Control Number2001033181

      Early Tejano ranching in Duval County: the family history of Ranchos San José and El Fresnillo: Date-Original: Subject: Ranch life -- Texas -- Duval County -- History -- 19th century. Rancho San José (Tex.) -- History. Rancho El Fresnillo (Tex.) -- History. Architecture, Domestic -- Texas -- Duval County -- History -- 19th century.   “Los Indios” in turn learned the Spanish customs and together helped form a new culture that evolved into the Spanish Tejano ranching tradition. Doing so resulted in a win-win setting.

      De León: A Tejano Family History by Carlina Castillo Crimm As those of you following this blog well know, I’m at work on a book about Far West Texas (that’s Texas west of the Pecos) and so reading deep into the history of the wider region that is now Texas and northern Mexico– for it all connects. Cattle ranching has been a major Texas industry for nearly three centuries. As early as the s the Spaniards brought in stock with their entradas. Ranching as such dates from the s, when herds were loosed along the San Antonio River to feed missionaries, soldiers, and civilians in the San Antonio and Goliad areas.

      A silent story is told by the stone chimneys of South Texas that were used to prepare the Tejano ranch meals of an earlier century and by the rifle port holes still seen in crumbling walls that once protected families. It is a story of a life and culture rarely portrayed in standard historical accounts, but to some degree kept alive in literary Author: Andres Tijerina. FAMILY MUSEUM & SOUTH TEXAS HISTORY Family Museum. Family Pages. Family Military Service. Early Tejano Ranching in Duval County, Texas (PDF) History: Book and Publication List (PDF) History: Rio Grande Valley (PDF) History: Oral History Guillermo Gonzalez (PDF) History: Origins of Boss Rule in Starr County, Texas (PDF).


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Early Tejano Ranching: Daily Life at Ranchos San Jose and El Fresnillo (Published in Cooperation With U.T. Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio) Paperback – August 1, /5(7). A view of two Tejano ranching families in South Texas from the s until the s.

Usually, in a scholarly work on a topic like this, you would have one chapter on cooking say and another on planting, for example. The author of this book chose to separate the two ranches as different sections of the book/5.

Early Tejano Ranching: Daily Life at Ranchos San Jose and El Fresnillo (Published in Cooperation With U.T. Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio) - 5/5(7). For two and a half centuries Tejanos have lived and ranched on the land of South Texas, establishing many homesteads and communities.

This modest book tells the story of one such family, the Sáenzes, who established Ranchos San José and El Fresnillo. Obtaining land grants from the municipality of Mier in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, these settlers crossed the Wild Horse Desert, known as.

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2 thoughts on “ Tejano Empire Life on the South Texas Ranchos ” Michelle Hinojosa Melencio September 3, at pm. This book is a must read for every person interested in Texas/Tejano history. Reading this book helped me realize how many Tejano traditions have carried on from my ancestors to my generation.

A silent story is told by the stone chimneys of South Texas that were used to prepare the Tejano ranch meals of an earlier century and by the rifle port holes still seen in crumbling walls that once protected families. It is a story of a life and culture rarely portrayed in standard historical accounts, but to some degree kept alive in literary works and ballads and revealed mutely in the.

The ranchero move onto ranches indicates the Tejano value for the land and ranching lifestyle as opposed to living in town.

This pattern of out-migration by the wealthy was later adopted by Anglo-American settlers who would learn like the Tejanos to prefer the Tejano ranch life to Anglo urban life.

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Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio) Sáenz, Andrés Published by /5(6). A month ago I bought the book by Armando C. Alonso titled “Tejano Legacy: Rancheros and Settlers in South Texas, – ”.

I bought it in an effort to understand how the way of life for my wife’s family might have had been. Her paternal side of the family can be found arriving in South Texas in the early ’s.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Early Tejano ranching in Duval County. San Antonio: University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio, In his book Tejano Empire - Life on the South Texas Ranchos, Andres Tijerina writes of the plight of the ranch owners in great detail, a story that has sadly been omitted from the history we as Americans, and sadly, as Texans, have been taught.

This book is a must read for every descendant of the early Tejano ranch. Buy Early Tejano Ranching by Andres Saenz, Andres Tijerina from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: 3.

“Nights of Wailing, Days of Pain (Life in s South Texas)” is based on the book by the same name. This is the story of a typical South Texas Tejano family who is struggling to make it in the harsh brush country of South Texas while battling the Texas Rangers .Tejano Legacy: Rancheros and Settlers in South Texas, - Ebook written by Armando Alonzo.

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