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Web de Anza: an Interactive Study Environment on Spanish Exploration and Colonization of "Alta California" 1774-1776 offers researchers, educators, and students information resources related to the study of two eighteenth-century Spanish overland expeditions from Sonora (Arizona) in New Spain to northern California. This site features primary source materials, such as the original diaries and letters of the expeditionary leader, Juan Bautista de Anza, commandant of the Presidio of Tubac in Sonora. The site also provides a wealth of additional information including bibliographies, biographies, commentaries, maps, timelines, pictures, and sounds and video clips associated with the expeditions. Although its developers claim that the site is still under construction, it contains enough information to keep visitors occupied for hours, if not days. Web de Anza is hosted by the Center for Advanced Technology in Education at the University of Oregon.
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