The significance and shape of the land now known as San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site has evolved over time. Prior to the battle that ended the Texas Revolution, this place was a frontier cattle ranch; in the aftermath, it was a bloody wreck. Between 1899 and the 1930s, the state acquired parcels of land for a historical park. In this online program, experts from the San Jacinto Battleground and Museum discuss how the site has changed over the last 150 years and what developments are ahead to continue interpreting it into the future.
- Amy Rogers, Executive Director, San Jacinto Battleground and Monument Museum
- Cait Johnson, Lead Educator/Interpreter, San Jacinto Battleground
- Cecilia Abad, Curator, San Jacinto Museum
Interested in more history about the battle? Check out the short film series "San Jacinto: A Lone Star Shines!" Watch other videos, view travel guides, and find more heritage destinations related to the Texas Revolution at Texas Time Travel.