Join the Alamo For A Virtual Deep Dive Into Hispanic History

October 8, 2020

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Contact: Kevin Femmel
Alamo Trust, Inc.
Office (210) 225-1391x3005
Mobile (210) 836-8616

Hispanic Heritage Virtual Event

On October 14, the Alamo will conclude its celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with The Alamo Addresses: Hispanic Heritage, a virtual event providing viewers a deep dive into Hispanic history at the Alamo.

This exclusive behind-the-scenes virtual event will examine objects in the Alamo Collection relating to important figures in the Alamo's history, like Gregorio Esparza, José Antonio Navarro, and Adina De Zavala. Learn from Alamo Curator Ernesto Rodriguez and Alamo History Researcher Machaia McClenny as they discuss these artifacts, their connection to historical figures in Texas, and the importance of Hispanic influence in San Antonio.  There will be time for a Q&A in both English and Spanish.
Tickets for The Alamo Addresses: Hispanic Heritage - Virtual Event will cost just $10 per online connection. For a preview of some of these artifacts, watch either the English or Spanish versions of our video on Isabel Esparza's 1893 wedding dress.

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