!! CHOOSE YOUR SESSIONS & SURVEY !!
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.
View the preliminary program schedule and decide which twelve (12) sessions you are most likely to attend (6 each day).
Check the space in front of the presentations that most interest you, below; and
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
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
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