Presentation: The Impact of the De Leon Family in Texas

The Impact of the De Leon Family in Texas

If you are a member of Las Villas del Norte make sure to join us December 14, 2020 for Dr. Carolina Crimm's presentation "The Impact of the De Leon Family in Texas". The Zoom presentation will be at 6:00 PM CST, look for your invitation in your email inbox or log in to our website and go to our calendar to get the link. Not a member yet? You can join here:

More About Dr. Carolina Crimm

Dr. Carolina Castillo Crimm is a native of Mexico whose father’s ancestors came to Texas from New Spain In 1792 while her mother’s family arrived in New England in 1632. She holds degrees from the University of Miami, Texas Tech and the University of Texas where she studied under Dr. Nettie Lee Benson.  She has taught history for forty years on the both the high school and university levels  And is now retired as a Professor Emeritus from Sam Houston State University. She is currently offering Historic Tours of Texas for small groups in her party van, the Joye Mobile. She lives in Huntsville with her husband, Jack and their three dogs.

Presentation Information

Title: The Impact of the De León Family in Texas

Summary: Martín de León and his wife Patricia de la Garza were instrumental in founding Victoria, Texas and creating a family in Texas which still to this day has impacted the state. Their story is one of survival and overcoming adversity.

How to Watch This Presentation

If you are a member of Las Villas del Norte look for your invitation on your inbox to join us via Zoom on Sunday December 14, 2020 at 6:00 PM CST. If you miss it then just log in anytime after December 14, 2020 to watch the recorded presentation.

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