Anza Trail Blog

Tag = Culture

A Beautiful Arrival Ceremony at the Presidio of San Francisco, June 25, 2016

Tagged as:   California , Culture , Hispanic heritage , Mexico , San Francisco County , Volunteers , history , living history , women , youth

Every year descendants of the original families of the second Juan Bautista de Anza Expedition, through their group Los Californianos, return to… Read more »

New Study: Gauging Hispanic Interests in Hispanic Heritage Resources

Tagged as:   Arizona , Culture , Hispanic heritage , Pima County , Tumac├ícori , history

Between June and August 2015 I had the pleasure of interning for the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail (Anza Trail)… Read more »

Photo Essay Shares a View Along the Anza Trail

Tagged as:   Art , California , Culture , Imperial County

An off road vehicle user has been riding the Ocotillo Wells area since he was a toddler. A sheepherder from Peru spends many… Read more »

Volunteers Bring Las Posadas Back to Martinez Adobe

Tagged as:   Contra Costa County , Culture , Volunteers

Volunteers with a Spanish-language choir in Martinez, Calif., brought las posadas, a bilingual holiday program, to park visitors on December 14, 2013.… Read more »

Will Sparks: Mission Painter Along the Anza Trail

Tagged as:   Culture

In 1887, en route to California where he hoped to find work as a news reporter and illustrator, 25-year-old Will Sparks stopped… Read more »