Battle of Galveston: The Cannon Balls
In Episode 3 of my video series, Artifacts. Stories., George Osborne shows me cannon ball damage from the Civil War on downtown’s Hendley Building. Eleanor Barton shows cannon balls on display at the Rosenberg Library in Galveston.
If you missed other episodes, here are some links:
- The Wooden Paver
- The Panoramic Sketch
- Battle of Gavleston: The Cannon Balls
- Battle of Galveston: “My Father Is Here”
- Battle of Galveston: The Watchmen
- The Gun Battery
- The Early Causeways
- Railroad Transportation
- Cabeza de Vaca
- The Lunch Counter
If you’re checking into a hotel, ask if they have Galveston.com TV. We also have several streaming apps available for download in your App Store.
About Galveston.com TV
Galveston.com & Company is pleased to offer Galveston.com TV apps. The travel channel, streaming in thousands of Galveston Island hotel rooms since 2013, is now available in the Apple App Store for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Apple TV devices; the Amazon App Store for Amazon Fire devices; Google Play for Android devices, and on Roku Streaming TV & Media Players.
Galveston.com TV provides current and future Island visitors with comprehensive event and insider information for one of Texas’s most historic and enchanting destinations. Broadcasting 24 hours a day with nightlife, restaurant, and attraction reporting, Galveston.com TV is the premier source for local insights on this Island destination only an hour from downtown Houston. Galveston.com TV is free of charge. Requires iOS 9.0 and/or Android 3.0, or later.