Our historical narrative is driven by the chief historian of the Texas State Historical Association and a handful of professors at state universities who teach New Social History, so what can we do?
We can take back the Texas story! Here’s how we do that. Are you ready to Come and Take It back?
Categories: Texas Academia, Texas Culture, Texas Exceptionalism, Texas history
Wow! This is good news. I have wondered if Schreiner could be a safe harbor for a fair telling of Texas history.
Once the spring semester is completed, I’ll have to make a trip to Kerrville. Believe me, it gets lonely here in the LRGV. Raza Unida propaganda has infected at least two generations of students and graduate students throughout Texas, and the “social history” programs serve to give legitimacy to the mis-telling of Texas history.
Thank you for your efforts,
One would think that people, who are fortunate enough to have gained a higher education, would be humble and appreciative. This should be especially true of teachers of history, for they must stand on the shoulders of those who came before, lest they stand in mid-air.
Copano Bay Press, thank you for spearheading this and getting the word out to us about Texas “re-imagined”, and those that have slipped in under the cover of darkness. Modern day carpetbaggers who have hardened their hearts, seared their conscience, and sold their souls. Blessings to you and yours!