Longoria, Angelita 1975

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Angelita Longoria G. talks about her life and the lives of her relatives. She also discusses how some family members were assassinated and their lands, which they received from Spanish kings, were taken away. Longoria talks about how her house burned down to the ground along with important documents. And she discusses her parents’ relationship.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Angelita Longoria

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Date: 1975

Location: Texas City, Texas

Interviewer: unknown

Length: 35 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Assassination of a priest Assassination of several relatives Detailed description of relatives The story of how her ancestors received land from Spanish kings Revenge after the assassinations occurred House burned down to the ground along with important documents
Tape 1, Side 2: The requirements imposed by her grandfather for her mother’s suitors Parents’ relationship Properties located in Willis County

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Access Information

Original Recording Format: audio cassette

Recording Format Notes: digitized; CD available in Reading Room

Transcript: drafts of Spanish and English transcripts available in Reading Room

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