In the historic Driskill Hotel, an African-American Heisman Trophy winner and NFL Hall of Famer uncovers a surprising family history of land ownership, an uncommon occurrence for Blacks in 1920s Texas.
A North Texas woman learns of her ancestor’s Civil War affiliation and the tragedy it wrought.
A family tie to two Texas governors – 140 years apart – surprises one guest, while a Latino-American woman celebrates newfound bonds to her faith and state.
This week's broadcast is the fourth and final episode. However, I suspect it will be available as reruns on various PBS stations for some time.