Episode from the podcastA New History of Old Texas

Faith the Size of a Pecan

Released Monday, 3rd August 2020
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How Alonso Castillo, Andrés Dorantes, and Esteban had made their way down the Texas Coast in 1529. How they had fallen into "slavery." How they were reunited with Cabeza de Vaca. And what to make of the "faith" that these men profess so unquestioningly in the face of repeated misfortunes.

Pages: f28v-f31v in Zamora (1542) Edition as published by Adorno and Pautz (1999).

Cover art: "Encircling Deer with Fire" by Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia, Courtesy of DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, DeGrazia Foundation, Tucson, Arizona. All Rights Reserved.

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