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Registering by Mail? Please return this Planning Survey.

Help us plan adequate seating. Remember, at any given time, there will be three presentations to choose from.

  • 1.

    View the preliminary program schedule and decide which twelve (12) sessions you are most likely to attend (6 each day).

  • 2.

    Check the space in front of the presentations that most interest you, below; and

  • 3.

    Return this form in the envelope with your registration.

[NOTE: For planning purposes only; no obligation implied. Sessions and speakers are subject to change.]

___ 170th Anniversary of the Rowland-Workman Party – Paul Spitzzeri, Workman-Temple Family Homestead Museum ___ Agua Mansa Cemetery – Michelle Nielsen, San Bernardino Co. Museum ___ Alternate Travel Plans: The Southern Trail – Phil Brigandi ___ ARRA funded ‘Historic Trails Inventory Program’ – Stacey Jordan-Conner, Rolla Queen, Jon Horn & J.Shearer ___ Benjamin Wilson – Gary Kurutz, California State Library ___ The Brothers Wolfskill – Paul Spitzzeri , Workman-Temple Family Homestead Museum ___ Bruce Harley & Agua Mansa – Peter Bradley, Archivist, Diocese of San Bernardino ___ The Californio Vaquero and his Equipment – Bruce Haener, Chris Flanagan, Griff Durham, Susan Jensen & Paul Singer ___ Changing Boundaries: The U.S. Mexico Border, A Historic Perspective in Maps” – Simon Burrow, ___ Colorado & California: The Moyas and the descendants of Ewing Young – Donie Nelson, GSHA, Southern California chapter ___ The Correct routes of the OST in California – John Robinson, John Hockaday and Dennis Casebier ___ Cuisines along the Trail: beef, mutton & game – Charles Perry, Culinary Historians of Southern California ___ Descendants of the Trail: Sharing stories of our Ancestors – workshop ___ DNA as a tool: Finding the kin of Joseph Campbell and the ethnicity of Lorenzo Trujillo – Doug Daniels & Leonard Trujillo ___ The El Camino Real (de California) and UNESCO world heritage designation – Julianne Burton-Carvajal and Jarrell Jackman ___ End of the Santa Fe Trail? The History of El Monte, California – William King ___ End of the Trail and New Beginnings: The Los Angeles Plaza 1781-2011 – William Estrada, LA Co. Natural History Museum ___ Fresh off the Trail: C. Sepulveda’s ‘divorce’ & G. Trujillo de Quintana’s murder trial – Miroslava Chavez-Garcia, UC Davis ___ Hispano Oral Histories & educational outreach – Lorrie Crawford ___ Miguel Blanco/Michael White: His story and the plight of his adobe – tba ___ Missionization, Secularization and Decimation – 18 Unratified Treaties & No Federal Recognition: The overlooked history of

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California’s Native Americans – tba My Californio Ancestors – the Lisaldes, Yorbas and Palomares: Life in Alta California in the 1830s & ‘40s – Patricia Wilkes The Old Spanish Trail, Cajon to the Ocean and the Tongva/Gabrieleno People – panel session The Old Spanish Trail, New Mexicans and the New Eden, 1678-1850 – Joseph Sanchez, University of New Mexico On the Trail Again: Locating, Recording and Assessing a 19th Century Mule Trace in the Mojave near Tecopa – Jack Prichett Pack Mules to Model T Fords: From Escalante and Armijo’s Old Spanish Trail to the Arrowhead Trails Highway – Leo Lyman

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Packing a Mule ‘the Old Spanish Way’ – Chris Flanagan Pio Pico, Last Mexican Governor of California – Carlos Salomon, California State University - East Bay

___ Plant Communities Along the Old Spanish Trail in California – Connie Vadheim-Roth, Cal.State University – Dominguez Hills ___ R.I.P.?: The Disturbance of Los Angeles Plaza Church Cemetery – E. Gary Stickel, Environmental Research Archaeologists ___ The Old Spanish Trail from Resting Spring to Salt Spring – LeRoy Johnson and Tom Sutak ___ Toypurina: California’s ‘Joan of Arc’ – E. Gary Stickel, Environmental Research Archaeologists ___ Trujillo family: from Agua Mansa to La Placita – Anthony Ray ___ Urban Trails Workshop: Rediscovering and Resurrecting the OST in urban southern California ___ What’s In A Name? The ‘Old Spanish Trail’ highway and ‘the other OSTA – Charlotte Kahl & Charlotte Travis, OST100 ___ William and David Workman: Their English Background – David Fallowfield

OUTREACH SURVEY: How did you hear about our 2011 Conference?: __ Notice or article in a newsletter or journal. If so, what publication: __ Online via the OSTA website. __ Online via another website, webpage, etc. If so, please specify: _______________________________________________ __ Other (including word-of-mouth, etc.) Please specify: _______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________

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