Anza Trail Blog

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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 »

Connections between Alamos, Sonora, Juan Bautista de Anza, and the Settling of California

Tagged as:   Anza Society , Mexico , history

Note: This article is adapted from a presentation at the Anza Society Conference in Alamos, Sonora, MEX, in March 2016. By the… Read more »

Destination: Alamos, Sonora, Mexico!

Tagged as:   Historic Sites , Mexico

On  May 9, 1775, Juan Bautista de Anza left Alamos, Sonora, with an army, horses, cattle, and mules loaded with supplies bound for… 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 »

Arizpe, Sonora, Plans Exhumation of Colonel Anza's Remains

Tagged as:   Historic Sites , Mexico

A Q&A with Anza Society President Phil Valdez, Jr.: Q: 2014 is going to see some exciting developments in Arizpe, Sonora, as… Read more »

Four-Day Kino Cabalgata Rides Along Anza Trail to Magdalena

Tagged as:   Mexico , Missions , Volunteers , equestrian

[Editor's Note: Eusebio Kino's impact in modern-day Sonora and Arizona was felt generations before and after the Anza Expedition; but both of… Read more »