People - Introduction
In future editions this section will also provide information on groups such as the colonists, the missionaries, and the various Native American tribes along the trail. When in-depth resources are available, such as the biography which now exists for Juan Bautista de Anza, they will be linked to the names found in Who's Who.
Juan Bautista de Anza
Written by the late Donald T. Garate, former Chief of Interpretation, Tumacacori National Historical Park, Arizona and Anza scholar.
- Garate, Donald T. Brief Biography by Don Garate, summarized from J.N. Bowman and Robert F. Heizer. Anza and the Northwest Frontier of New Spain. Los Angeles: Southwest Museum, 1967.
- Garate, Donald T. Was he known as "Anza" or "de Anza?" Web de Anza, 1999.
- Garate, Donald T. Origin of the Name "Anza". Albuquerque, NM: Spanish Colonial Sites Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1993.
Who's Who (this section to be expanded)
- The Soldiers
- The Colonists
- The Missionaries
- The Native Americans