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It's a Family Affair: The Story

February 7, 2017

 

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A Dynamic New Television Series by Native Sun Productions

 

Very few American cities can compare with the depth and dramatic events of the history of San Antonio, Texas, with the world famous Alamo, the Spanish missions, the Riverwalk, and countless other cultural treasures.

 

As San Antonio begins its fourth century, it has something even more valuable than perhaps any structure or monument – the surviving generations of the first families that created this great city out of a rugged frontier environment and persevered through some of the most challenging chapters of American history.  Their names are etched everywhere you look, but often hidden from the casual observer; Huizar, Delgado, De la Garza, Seguin, Hernandez, Estrada, Losoya, and many more.

 

For three hundred years, these first families were the witnesses and chroniclers, the beneficiaries and victims, and the persistent voice and whisper of the birth of Texas and the great American Southwest.  These families were of Spanish, Native American, and Tejano origins.  They have carried the torch of knowledge, history, and cultural roots for generations...and continue to do so, today.

NOW for the very first time, Native Sun Productions presents these dramatic and heartfelt stories to a national audience.