Anza Trail Blog

Archive: Mar 1, 2014 to Mar 31, 2014

South Pasadena Woman's Love of History Brings New Anza Trail Exhibit to San Gabriel

Tagged as:   California , Historic Sites , Los Angeles County , Volunteers

On Saturday, April 5, 2014, at 1PM, youth participating in the San Gabriel Mission's annual mission model contest will take a break… Read more »

Got a Good Story? I’ll Give You 45 Seconds

Tagged as:   Historic Sites

You know that wayside exhibit panel you’ve been toiling over the past year? The one that captures your passion and love for… Read more »

Las Lagunas de Anza Installs New Bird and Wildlife Observation Deck

Tagged as:   Arizona , Santa Cruz County , Volunteers

Santa Fe Ranch volunteer Don Clemans and his son Allan have designed and installed a beautiful new bird and wildlife observation deck… Read more »

Sonora Shines During Anza Society Conference

Tagged as:   Historic Sites , Mexico , history

On March 8, 2014, the Anza Society, in conjunction with Mayor Vidal Vasquez Chacon of Arizpe, Sonora, and other Mexican community leaders… Read more »

Anza Trail Foundation Launches $17.76 Campaign

Tagged as:   Anza Trail Foundation

*Help Build Support for the Anza Trail Foundation*Support Our $17.76 Campaign for 2014We need your help to reach our goal to raise… Read more »

California Historical Society’s Exhibit Pays Tribute to Californios and Juana Briones

Tagged as:   San Francisco County , Santa Clara County , history , women

A new exhibit at the California Historical Society (CHS) celebrates a Californio woman, Juana de la Trinidad Briones y Tapia de Miranda,… Read more »