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1. Web de Anza, Center for Advanced Technology In Education, College of Education, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
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Web de Anza, is now a member of the Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) project, a key to one-stop access of thousands of high quality lesson plans, curriculum units and other educational resources on the Internet. GEM is a project of the U.S. Department of Education and is a special project of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology.
Explore the Gateway at http://www.thegateway.org/ and/or contact them at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York at 1-800-464-9107 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
2. Sites with correlation to historical-geographic content of Anza web site.
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Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
This site contains many related additional links and useful geographic-geologic descriptions of seven Anza-Borrego State Park regions, some of which directly relate to the Anza National Historic Trail.Anza Region
Blair Valley Region
Borrego Badlands Region
Bow Willow Region
Fish Creek Region
Santa Rosa Region
Tamarisk Grove Region
California Pioneer Project
The California Pioneer Project is an excellent location for beginning research links on early California pioneers,place names and history.
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
A for an excellent California resource, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Check especially indigenous Chumash culture characteristics about music,food, medicine, myths, games, dances, and cave paintings.
California Missions (Audio)
A to a website that will interest everyone. If you have RealAudio installed on your computer, you can listen to music of both the church and the indigenous people at California Missions .
From Don Garate, an excellent website pulling Spanish soldier re-inacters together. A good resource for students at Soldados.
California Missions (Video) and California Mission Studies
A new link for this website, one California teachers likely know, is a recently produced 13 part video series from KCET-TV public television in Los Angeles, on California Missions by Huell Howser. Video tapes can be ordered from KCET ($19.95 each). Teachers are strongly encouraged to plan on previewing these popularized video materials and compare Howser's video "facts and interpretations" to recognized sources such as found at the well known California Mission Studies Association.
National Park Service, Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail.
Tumacacori National Historic Park, Tumacacori, Arizona
Tumacacori National Historic Park, Mission 2000. A searchable database, both in Spanish and English, of over 7000 names and 3000 events in the Anza era, especially 1739-1767).
Spanish Mission Era
Mystery of the Mission Museum, Department of Educational Technology, San Diego State University. Very interesting virtual tours of mission landscapes among other primary source documentation of the Spanish mission era in California.
Anza Trail Coalition of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Previously on Resources page, Web de Anza. A chronology of Anza's life, written by Don Garate, Chief of Interpretation, Tumacacori National Historic Park, Arizona.
Previously on Resources page, Web de Anza. University of Arizona Map of Garces journey through indigenous (Indian) territory at the Rio Colorado, 10/75.
Previously on Resources page, Web de Anza. Information on early Spanish explorations of the area and founding of Monterey and Mission San Carlos Borremeo (Carmel). California State University, Monterey.
Previously on Resources page, Web de Anza. Tubac Through Four Centuries: An Historic Resume and Analysis. The electronic version of a book by Henry F. Dobyns, University of Arizona Library.
3. Interdisciplinary supporting sites such as in areas of Indigenous Studies, Environmental Studies, Science, Language Arts (Writing), Foreign Language (Spanish), Humanities (Art, Music, Food, Recreation), Anthropology.
4. Sites related to same time period in history such as American Revolution.
Note: Web de Anza resources contain an extensive collection of primary and secondary historical sources on the Spanish Colonial era of Juan Bautistia de Anza in North America, 1750-1800. We encourage you to visit the main Web de Anza site at http://anza.uoregon.edu and explore.