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Sunday Speaker Series Online: Entorno, arqueología y el primer poblamiento del bajo Río Grande o Bravo

March 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The Museum of South Texas History welcomes Martin Salinas for his bilingual presentation, “Entorno, arqueología y el primer poblamiento del bajo Río Grande o Bravo,” on Facebook Live.

This presentation will feature the details on the physiographic and environmental changes of South Texas and northeastern Mexico in the last millenia, and the first peoples’ adaptations to the environment as understood through archaeological work. Museum CEO Francisco Guajardo will moderate the presentation. This presentation is part of a series, which is scheduled quarterly, that will explore the life and culture of the first peoples of the Rio Grande as observed through archaeological findings and analysis of Spanish documents. Continue to check the museum’s social media and website for announcements on the next presentations.

Salinas is the head of the Reynosa Municipal Archive and the author of the book “Indians of the Rio Grande Delta: Their Role in the History of Southern Texas and Northeastern Mexico.” He is known as the Municipal Chronicler of Reynosa due to his specialist research in ethnohistory and archaeology of northeastern Mexico and southern Texas.

The presentation will broadcast at facebook.com/MOSTHistory/live. Viewers are encouraged to interact with panelists by posting comments and questions on the live feed. The presentation will also be recorded and posted for public access on the museum’s website at mosthistory.org.

This program is made possible by the generous support from the Carmen C. Guerra Endowment. Mrs. Guerra was committed to educational causes in the Rio Grande Valley. This named endowment was created by her family to honor her memory and to continue providing educational opportunities for the community.


El Museo de Historia del Sur de Texas recibirá a Martín Salinas por su presentación “Entorno, arqueología y el primer poblamiento del bajo Río Grande o Bravo.”

Acompañado por el director del Museo, la presentación detallará el entorno cambiante de los primeros pueblos en el sur de Texas y el noreste de México a lo largo del Río Grande.

Martin Salinas es el jefe del Archivo Municipal de Reynosa y el autor del libro Indians of the Rio Grande Delta. Se conoce como el Cronista Municipal de Reynosa por ser especialista en etnohistoria y arqueología del noreste de México y el sur de Texas.

La presentación se transmitirá en facebook.com/MOSTHistory/live. Se a a interactuar con los panelistas publicando comentarios y preguntas en la transmisión en vivo. La presentación también se grabará y publicará para acceso público en el sitio web del museo en mosthistory.org.


March 28
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm