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Garate Donald T. and Maria de Lourdes Gortarez. Anza: A Documentary Analysis of the Surname of Juan Bautista de Anza. Tumacacori Arizona: National Park Service, 1993. 130 pages.

Garate, Donald T. Anssa of Ernani: A collection of documents establishing the birthplace, birthdate and parentage of Juan Bautista de Anza, Captain of La Caballería de las Fronteras garrisoned at the Royal Presidio of Santa Rosa de Corodéguachi. Tumacacori, Arizona: unpublished manuscript filed at Tumacacori National Historical Park, 1992. 28 pages. Abridged two-page version published in Nogales, Arizona: Pimeria Alta Historical Society Newsletter, October, 1992.

Garate, Donald T. Anza's Saddle. Noticias de Anza, 3:1. (January, 1994). pp 6.

Garate, Donald T. Anza: A Basque Legacy on the Northern Frontier. Proceedings of the 1st International Anza Conference in Arizpe, Mexico. May 24-26, 1996.

Garate, Donald T. "Basque Ethnic Connections and the Expedition of Juan Bautista de Anza to Alta California," Colonial Latin American Historical Review, 4:1 (Winter, 1995): 71-93.

Garate, Donald T. Basque Names, Nobility and Ethnicity on the Spanish Frontier. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Colonial Latin American Historical Review, Winter, 1993. 26 pages.

Garate, Donald T. Cultural Diversity on the Anza Trail. Noticias de Anza, 3:1. (January, 1994). pp 1-3.

Garate, Donald T. La Pintura Misteriosa. Noticias de Anza, 3:3. (December, 1994). pp 1-3.

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