Between toasts to friendships new and old, the kind of trade talks that commemorated 300 years of shared history were brewing in Shiner Country this week.
Unexpected facts enliven the Witte’s second official contribution to the Tricentennial year, Confluence and Culture: 300 Years of San Antonio History.
Were it not for the passion for a better life that drove these “earliest civilian colonists of San Antonio,” our beloved city would not be what it is today.
Bexar County Commissioners on Tuesday advanced two initiatives aimed at showcasing the formative events that shaped San Antonio’s early history.
If the effort reaches fruition, it will be the first monument in San Antonio dedicated to the city’s Canary Island history.