El Boletín de Anza

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Travel the Anza Trail, learn about the rich and diverse history of the corridor, and read stories of our partners and volunteers' work along the trail.

Afro-Latinos in Early California

February 22, 2018 Posted by: Naomi L. Torres, Superintendent

Introduction to Afro-Latino presence and contributions to Early California. African-American heritage,


Birding along the Anza Trail in Arizona

February 15, 2018 Posted by: John O'Neill

Serious birders from sea to shining sea and beyond are familiar with the Anza Trail in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, for the beauty, diversity and rarity of birds seen there.


Two Leaders, One Trail: Anza and Font; Leadership and Duty

February 13, 2018 Posted by: Ronald D. Quinn, Ph.D.

In February the National Park Service is exploring stories and inspiration from leaders and about leadership. In this article, Anza Society member, Ronald Quinn, Ph.D. explores two of the leaders of the 1775-76 colonizing expedition and the motivations behind their leadership.


Digital Experiences: The Anza Trail in Southern Arizona

February 01, 2018 Posted by: Lizzet Pineda

Introducing Story Maps - a new interactive map experience for digital visitors to the Anza Trail. We're sharing the first in a series of maps about the Santa Cruz River Valley in Southern Arizona.


VOLUNTEERS WANTED for the Anza Trail Color Guard

January 25, 2018 Posted by: Dennis Carlos, President, Anza Trail Color Guard

Anza Trail Color Guard president is recruiting for volunteers! Learn more about what our living historians do as interpreters of the Anza Trail.


Where's the Visitors Center?

January 11, 2018 Posted by: BriAnna Weldon

An introduction to the many components of the Anza Trail and how to find where to visit.


Opening Doors: My time as an Intern with the Anza Trail

January 04, 2018 Posted by: Lizzet Pineda

LHIP Intern Lizzet Pineda, describes her six month internship with the Anza Trail.


Welcome to the New Anza Trail Blog!

December 19, 2017 Posted by: Superintendent Naomi L. Torres

Welcome letter from Superintendent starting the blog


Last updated: April 4, 2017

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