Travels From: Huntsville, Texas
Dr. Carolina Castillo Crimm was born and raised in Mexico City. She holds degrees from the University of Miami, Texas Tech and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. Among her work is her prize-winning De León: A Tejano Family History (2004) . She has also won numerous teaching awards including the prestigious Piper Award as one of the best teachers in Texas. She is a popular and acclaimed speaker. She has recently retired and been honored as a Professor Emeritus in History from Sam Houston State University She lives in Huntsville, Texas with her husband, Jack.
- Bernardo de Gálvez
- Marie Felicite
- Patricia de la Garza and Petra Vela
- Welder-Castillo Feud
- Stephen F. Austin
- Sam Houston and his Women
- Cattle Ranching in Texas, etc.
Dr. Crimm can make custom presentations upon request.
I Have Presented For
Los Bexareños, SAGA, Hispanic Genealogical Society, Texas State Historical Association, Region 4, Region 6, Region 9, Region 15, Humanities Texas, Sons of the American Rev, Daughters of the Am. Rev, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Granaderos de Gálvez. Numerous others.
Fees and Terms
Honorarium to cover travel, food and lodging. Also a table to sell books. Contact for details.
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