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Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
Code: T0910
Author: Donald C. Garate
Publisher: Western National Parks Association
Soft Cover: 16 pages. 7½" x 10"

Member Price: $4.23
Non-Member Price: $4.95

Anza was a peripatetic Spanish officer and governor who, in 1775-1776, led 240 colonists from Sinaloa and Sonora, Nueva España (Mexico), overland to establish the port of San Francisco in the province then known as Alta California. ^~Author: Donald C. Garate^~Publisher: Western National Parks Association ^~ISBN:9781877856440 ^~Soft Cover: 16 pages. 7½" x 10"

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Juan Bautista de Anza Trail Hiking Staff Medallion
Code: H8217
Member Price: $3.63
Non-Member Price: $4.25
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