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ANTEPASADOS CATALOGUE

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1-1

Donahoe, Joseph A. [editor] 

[authors]
Weis, Lydia M. 

Temple, Thomas Workman II [

Fish, Lilian M.

Graff, Ione Chronister 

 Donohoe, Joseph A.  

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda 

Thompson, Robert A. [transcriber] 

 

Antepasados, vol. 1, no. 1 (fall 1970), 61 pp. © Los Californianos 1970. soft cover. Includes:
(1) List of charter members.
(2) “The Cowl, the Crown, and the Cross: Fray Junípero Serra” [poem] by Lydia M. Weis.
(3) “Narrative of Julio Carrillo” related to Robert A. Thompson.
(4) “Juan Alvarez’ ‘Flight from Hunger’” by Thomas Workman Temple II.
(5) “Carrillo of Alta California: 1769-1822” by Lilian M. Fish, Ione Chronister Graff, and Joseph A. Donohoe.
(6) “Sepulveda of Alta California: 1781-1822” by Rudecinda Lo Buglio. 

 

Ante.
1-2

Donohoe, Joseph A. [editor]

[authors]
Gallagher, J. V.

de Ortega, José Francisco

Carrillo, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence W., Sr.

Rehm, Roger

Antepasados, vol. 1, no. 2 (fall 1971), 43 pp. © Los Californianos 1971. soft cover. Includes:
(1) "Who Discovered the Golden Gate?" by J. V. Gallagher.
(2) "José Francisco de Ortega to Father Francisco Palou" submitted by J. V. Gallagher.
(3) "Ortega of Alta California 1769-1822" by J. V. Gallagher.
(4) "A Wonderful Visit to the Grandparents' Home!" by Lawrence W. Carrillo, Sr. as related to Mrs. Lawrence W. Carrillo, Sr.
(5) "Endangered Adobes. I. Roberto's Adobes of Los Coches" by Roger Rehm.

 

 

Ante.
1-3

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [Publications Chairman]

Ponsford, Keith

Quadros, Beverly Peralta

Fink, V. A. "Spike"

Galindo, Ruth

Scalberg, Alice Peralta

Peralta, Luis

Galindo, Nasario

Chapman, Christina Alviso [translator]

Ponsford, Keith [introduction]

 

Antepasados, vol. 1, no. 3 (1975), 36 pp. © Los Californianos 1975. soft cover. Includes:
(1) "Peralta Family of Alta California, 1731-1811" by Keith Ponsford and Beverly Peralta Quadros.
(2) "A Friendly Game of Cards" by V. A. "Spike" Fink, Ruth Galindo, and Beverly Peralta Quadros.
(3) "Endangered Adobes. II. Luis María Peralta Adobe of El Pueblo de San José" by Beverly Peralta Quadros and Alice Peralta Scalberg.
(4) "Brands List, El Pueblo de San José, 16 July 1819" in the hand of Luis Peralta.
(5) "Early Days at Mission Santa Clara: Recollections of Nasario Galindo" translated by Mrs. Christina Alviso Chapman with an introduction by Keith Ponsford.

 

 

Ante.
1-4

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [Publications Chairman]

[authors]
Fish, Lillian M.

Graff, Ione Chronister

Donohoe, Joseph A.

Rehm, Roger

Gallagher, J. V.

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda A.

 

Antepasados, vol. 1, no. 4 (1976), 60 pp. © Los Californianos 1976. soft cover. Includes:
(1) "Carrillo of Alta California 1769-1822" by Lilian M. Fish, Ione Chronister Graff, and Joseph A. Donohoe.
(2) "Endangered Adobes. III. Carrillo Adobe of Rancho Cabeza de Santa Rosa, Sonoma County" by Roger Rehm.
(3) "Ortega of Alta California 1731-1822" by J. V. Gallagher.
(4) "Peralta Family of Alta California 1731-1822" corrections and additions.
(5) "Sepulveda of Alta California 1781-1822" by Rudecinda A. Lo Buglio.
(6) "Dichos y Refranes"

 

 

Ante.
2

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [editor]

[authors]
Lo Buglio, Rudecinda

Sepúlveda, Bartolomé T.

Vásquez, Nadine Marcía

Treutlein, Theodore E.

De Ruyter, Carol L.

Geiger, Maynard J.

De Ruyter, Ronald

Weis, Lydia Margarita

Langellier, J. Phillip

Rehm, Roger

Michaelis, Adrian

Alisea, Eunice Peña

Heikkila, Charlotte Mueller Peña

Silva, Owen da

Quadros, Beverly Peralta

Goodman, Dennis L. [editor and annotator]

Antepasados, vol. 2 (bicentennial issue), various paging © Los Californianos 1977. spiral bound. Includes:
(1) "Lista de los Individuos que Servieron en los Nuevos Establicimentos" by Rudecinda Lo Buglio, Bartolomé T. Sepúlveda, and Nadine Marcía Vásquez.
(2) "Spanish-Indian Policy and the Portolá Expedition, 1769-1770" by Theodore E. Treutlein.
(3) "Mission San Diego de Alcalá and the Royal Presidio of San Diego" by Bartolomé T. Sepúlveda.
(4) "Mission San Carlos Borromeo and the Royal Presidio of Monterrey" by Carol L. De Ruyter.
(5) "Padre Junípero's Sense of Humor" by Maynard J. Geiger.
(6) "Members of the Second Anza Expedition".
(7) "The Second Anza Expedition" by Ronald de Ruyter.
(8) "From Tubac to Mission San Xavier del Bac".
(9) "To Manuela . . ." by Lydia Margarita Weis.
(10) "Anza of Fronteras" by Ronald de Ruyter.
(11) "Outpost of Empire: The Spanish Military at the Presidio of San Francisco" by J. Phillip Langellier
(12) "Moraga Establishes the Colony, 1776-1777" edited and annotated by L. Dennis Goodman.
(13) "Military Records" by Nadine Marcía Vásquez.
(14) "Presidio de San Francisco, 31 December 1776" introduced and annotated by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.
(15) "Milicianos de San José de Guadalupe" by Bartolomé T. Sepúlveda.
(16) "Baja California Mission Records" by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.
(17) "La Familia de Arce de Baja California" by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.
(18) "Endangered Adobes. IV. The Juan Crisostomo Galindo Adobe of Rancho Agua Caliente, Alameda County" by Roger Rehm.
(19) "La Familia de Juan Crisostomo Galindo".
(20) "Jacob Primer Leese -- Founding Father of Yerba Buena" by Adrian Michaelis.
(21) "One of California's Last Mayordomos" by Eunice Peña Alisea with Charlotte Mueller Peña Heikkila.
(22) "Mission Music of California" by Owen da Silva.
(23) "Misa de Cataluña".
(24) "Alabado".

 

 

Ante.
3

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [editor]

[authors]
Whitehead, Richard S.

Powell, Luann Davis

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda

Weis, Lydia Margarita

Campa, Arthur L.

Antepasados, vol. 3 (1978-1979), 67 pp.  © Los Californianos 1979. spiral bound. Includes:
(1) "Founding, Functions and Frailties of California's Four Fortresses" by Richard S. Whitehead.
(2) "Santa Bárbara Burials: Preface" by Richard S. Whitehead.
(3) "A Summary Report: Presidio Chapel Burials" by Luann Davis Powell.
(4) "Presidio Chapel Burials, Lista de Entierros".
(5) "Notas de la Investigadora".
(6) "A Summary Report: Presidio Cemetery Burials" by Luann Davis Powell.
(7) " Presidio Cemetery Burials, Lista de Entierros".
(8) "Notas de la Investigadora".
(9) "Mission Santa Bárbara Burials" by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.
(10) "Pablo Antonio Cota, Soldado de Cuera, Pasó por Aquí" by Luann Davis Powell.
(11) "La Familia de Pablo Antonio Cota" by Luann Davis Powell.
(12) "Calendar of a Person" by Lydia Margarita Weis.
(13) "Some Herbs and Plants of Early California" by Arthur L. Campa.

 

 

Ante.
4

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [editor]

[authors]
White, Rita

White, Virginia Lee

Alisea, Eunice Peña

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda

Jackson, Robert H.

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [transcriber]

 

Antepasados, vol. 4 (1980-1981), 78 pp.  © Los Californianos 1981. spiral bound. Includes:
(1) "Rosa María Buitrón and Vicente Cané" by Rita White and Virginia Lee White.
(2) "Appendix A: Genealogy of the Cané/Canet Family of California".
(3) "Appendix B: the Canet Family Cemetery".
(4) "Mariano de la Luz Verdugo, Soldado de Cuera" by Eunice Peña Alisea.
(5) "Los Ángeles -- 1822" transcribed from the Eldredge Padrones by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.
(6) "The 1839 Census of Los Ángeles" transcribed from the Eldredge Padrones by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.
(7) "The 1845 Villa de Branciforte Census" by Robert H. Jackson.
(8) "A Tentative List, the 1781 Rivera y Moncada Expedition" by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.

 

 

Ante.
5

Hogle, DeWitt [author]

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [editor]

Adobes of the Central Coast in Antepasados, vol. 5 (1982-1983).  73 pp.  © Los Californianos 1982. spiral bound.
Includes adobes of Los Angeles, Kern, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Monterey,  San Benito, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties. Includes Casas de la Guerra, Covarrubias, Soberanes, and Boronda. Also includes Fort Tejón, El Cuartel, Rancho Refugio, Chapman Grist Mill, Custom House, Larkin House, Whaling Station, First French Consulate, Pacific House, Stevenson House, Castro House, and Blue Wing Inn.

 

 

Ante.
6

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [editor]

[authors]
Savage, Thomas

Forrester, Frank E.

Dempster, Lillian [translator]

Acontecimientos en California. Don José de Jesús Pico, 1807-1892 in Antepasados, vol. 6 (1984-1985).  48 pp.  © Los Californianos 1986. spiral bound. Includes introduction by Thomas Savage, preface by Frank E. Forrester, the English translation of Savage's notes by Mrs. Lillian Dempster, and a Pico-Forrester Genealogy, 1600-1984.
 

Ante.
7

Martínez, Evelyn Romero [editor]

[contributing editors]
Alisea, Eunice Peña

Collins, Helen

Estudillo, Charles

Ikeda, Diane Moreno

Rehm, Roger

Pico, Albert J. [contributor]

 

Antepasados, vol. 7 (1986-1987).  85 pp.  © Los Californianos 1982. soft cover. Special photo issue is a compilation of photos and information submitted by many members.
 

Ante.
8

Garate, Donald T. (transcriber, translator, indexer, and commentator) Captain Juan Bautista de Anza: Correspondence on Various Subjects, 1775 in Antepasados, vol. 8 (1995).  328 pp.  © Donald T. Garate and Los Californianos 1995. soft cover. Includes documents from the Archivo General de la Nación, Provincias Internas 237, Section 3.

 

 

Ante.
9

Garate, Donald T. [author] Anza's Return from Alta California in  Antepasados, vol. 9 (1998).  340 pp.  © Donald T. Garate and Los Californianos 1995. soft cover. Continues the correspondence included in vol. 8, starting in June 1776.

 

 

Ante.
10

Pico, María Inocenta
[author]
Mary Triplett Ayers, Maurice and Marcy Bandy, and Rudecinda Lo Buglio [editors]
 Mary Triplett Ayers, Maurice and Marcy Bandy, Carmen Boone de Aguilar, William K. Boone Canovas, Antoinette Egan, and Donald T. Garate
[translators]

 

Cosas de California/Things of California in Antepasados, vol. 10 (2002). 150 pp. © Los Californianos 2002. soft cover. María Inocenta Pico's Testimonios or personal observations of life in early California dictated to Thomas Savage in 1878 and later transcribed by Donald T. Garate.  Family lines mentioned frequently are Ábila, Alvarado, Ávila, Castro, Pico, and Vallejo.

 

 

 

Ante.
11

Smestad, Greg Bernal-Mendoza
[author]
A Guide to the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail in Antepasados, vol. 11 (2005). 128 pp. spiral bound. Includes maps, photos, art reproductions and drawings, a glossary, and music (both sheet music and music on a compact disc).

 

 

Ante.
12

Garate, Donald T.
[author]
The Juan Bautista de Anza -- Fernando de Rivera y Moncada Letters of 1775-1776: Personalities in Conflict in Antepasados, vol. 12 (2006). 282 pp. soft cover. © Donald T. Garate and Los Californianos 2006. Includes translations of correspondence between December 18, 1775 and May 24, 1776 and  photocopies of the original letters. The appendix includes a discussion of spelling, punctuation and grammar; a list of abbreviations; a list of misspellings; a discussion of tradition, culture, romance, and practicality; and glossaries of names of people and names of places.

 



Ante.
13
Langum, David J., Sr.
[author]
Law and Community on the Mexican California Frontier (2nd ed.) in Antepasados, vol. 13. 353 pp. soft cover. © David J. Langum, Sr. Section I: Law and Community on the Mexican California Frontier includes chapters on the historical setting, criminal and civil litigation, legal values, contract and credit formation, debt collection, dispute resolution, and domestic relations.  Section II: is an essay on The Introduction of Conciliation into Modern Spanish Law and its Practice in the Spanish American Borderlands. Section III is an essay onThe Legal System of Spanish California: A Preliminary Study.

 

 

Ante. 14

Burton-Carvajal, Julianne [author, transcriber, and translator]

Part I: Rebecca Lynn Kirk [coauthor]

Part III: Angela Moyano Pahissa [coauthor]

Part V: Castro Genealogy Judith Marie Rodriguez [author]

Commander José Castro in the Two Californias, Including His Final Correspondence, 1856-1860 in Antepasados, vol. 14. 196 pp. soft cover. © 2008 Julianne Burton-Carvajal. Part I covers José Castro in Alta California 1807-1855. Part II are 18 letters written by and to Castro from 1856 to 1860. Part III covers Jose Castro in Baja California from 1856 to 1860. Part IV are 8 letters from The Huntington Library 1853-1868. Part V includes a timeline, H.H. Bancroft on Castro, reproductions of newspaper articles, a genealogy, an essay on the ownership history of Monterey's Casa Castro/La Mirada, and biographical sketches.

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