Download a Map of the 1775-76 Anza Expedition Route and a List of the Expedition Families
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Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail. Map and Brochure (Updated in 2012. 5MB PDF)
El Sendero Nacionál Histórico de Juan Bautista de Anza. Guía y Mapa Oficiál (Released in 2012. 5MB PDF)
Anza Trail in Griffith Park (Produced in partnership with the Friends of Griffith Park; Released 2013. 1.4MB PDF)
Anza Trail in Santa Barbara County (Produced by the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservaion; Released 2012. 1MB PDF)
Discovering Early California Afro-Latino Presence (Released 2012. 300KB PDF)
Anza Trail in the East Bay (Produced in partnership with the East Bay Regional Park District; Released 2011. 1.6MB PDF)
Did You Know?
In 1775, Spanish Lt. Colonel Juan Bautista de Anza led more than 240 people and one thousand cattle and horses on a journey over two thousand miles to San Francisco, which Anza founded. 150 of Anza's charges were children under sixteen. Eight of the women were pregnant; several gave birth along the way. More...