Descendants Research Workshops
Our Research Workshops are always open to the public for historical research. Event hours are from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and are held at the Seeley Stables Theater in Old Town. Event dates for 2020 are March 14, June 28 and September 19.
SAN DIEGO HISTORY PRESERVATION GROUPS
Several groups have joined efforts and support each others planning, fundraising efforts on several projects focused on cultural preservation, education, heritage initiatives of Presidio Hills, Old Town San Diego, and El Camino Real De Las Californias (a multi-national complimentary effort). We are seeking to add more groups as we understand and align our efforts.
The groups are, but not limited to the following:
- Boosters of Old Town, California State Park
- Descendants of Early San Diego
- San Diego Presidio Park Council (City Parks and Recreation) - and John Anderson, Sr. Park Ranger
- Friends of Presidio Park - Michael Slavinski
- San Diego History Center - Bill Lawrence
- El Camino Real de los California's - David Richardson, Roby Adriance and Connie Rascon Gunther
- Presidio Heritage Trust - Dr. Paul Chace
- Corredor Historico CAREM A.C., - Hernan Ibanez Bracamontes y Zella R. de Ibanez
- California Missions Foundation - Milford Wayne Donaldson, FAI
Boosters of Old Town San Diego, California State Parks
Our purpose is to promote the educational, cultural and interpretive activities at Old Town San Diego State Historic Park.
BOOT Website: www.boostersofoldtown.com
Friends of Presidio (Presidio Park Preservation)
Friends has multiple preservation projects.
Presidio Heritage Trust
A project to research, interpret, and publish on the dynamic, final 1821 - 1835 era at San Diego Presidio has been launched by the independent Presidio Heritage Trust. If you are interested in contributing or would like to know more about this project contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
CORREDOR HISTORICO CAREM A.C. - Camino Real de las Californias - UNESCO WORLD Heritage Site
A work in progress documentary is being produced to support the UNESCO World Heritage Initiative nomination of the Camino Real de las Californias. It's a journey through the cultural and natural treasures of the region interwoven with testimonials of conservationists, researchers, artists and community people from both sides of the border who have made important contributions to the conversation and appreciation of the peninsula. This project is a Bi-National initiative for the USA and Mexico. U.S.-based California Missions Foundation (CMF) and the Mexico-based Corredor Historico CAREM, AC
CAREM Website: www.carem.org
California Missions Foundation
Dedicated to preserving the landmark California Missions, and associated cultural and historical resources for the benefit of the pubic.
CMF Website: www.californiamissionsfoundation.org
San Diego History Center
The San Diego History Center tells the diverse story of our region – past, present and future – educates and enriches our community, preserves our history, and fosters civic pride.
San Diego History Center Website: www.sandiegohistory.org