A social history of the peoples of early San Antonio and their interactions and interrelationships.
Since its first publication in 1991, this history of early San Antonio has won a 1992 Citation from the San Antonio Conservation Society and a Presidio La Bahía Award from the Sons of the Republic of Texas.
San Antonio Conservation Society
Presidio La Bahía Award
Sons of the Republic of Texas.
- I. Béxar: Profile of a Tejano Community, 1820-1832, by Jesús F. de la Teja and John Wheat
- II. Forgotten Founders: The Military Settlers of Eighteenth-Century San Antonio de Béxar, by Jesús F. de la Teja
- III. The Canary Islands Immigrants of San Antonio: From Ethnic Exclusivity to Community in Eighteenth-Century Béxar, by Gerald E. Poyo
- IV. The Religious-Indian Communities: The Goals of the Friars, by Gilberto M. Hinojosa
- V. Immigrants and Integration in Late Eighteenth-Century Béxar, by Gerald E. Poyo
- VI. Indians and Their Culture in San Fernando de Béxar, by Gilberto M. Hinojosa and Anne A. Fox
- VII. Independent Indians and the San Antonio Community, by Elizabeth A.H. John
- Conclusion: The Emergence of a Tejano Community
- Selective Bibliography on Spanish Texas, 1685-1821