Articles in Journals and Newletters
- Chartrand, Rene. Leather Jacket Soldiers: The Cuera Cavalry
of the American Southwest (1). Military Illustrated: Past
& Present. 53:24-30. October, 1992.
Garate, Donald T. "Basque Ethnic Connections
and the Expedition of Juan Bautista de Anza to Alta California,"
Colonial Latin American Historical Review, 4:1 (Winter, 1995):
Garate, Donald T. Origin of the Name "Anza."
Albuquerque, New Mexico: Spanish Colonial Sites Newsletter,
Volume 1, Number 2, 1993. 2 pages.
- Moorhead, Max. The Soldado De Cuera: Stalwart of the
Spanish Borderlands. Journal of the West. 8:38-55. 1969.
- Endnotes and Footnotes
- Annotations and commentary by content scholars.
- Primary Source Documents (Merged)
- Chapman, Charles Edward. "The
Echeveste-Anza Calculation of the Probable Cost of the Second
Anza Expedition,"The Founding of Spanish California;
The Northwest Expansion of New Spain, 1687-1783. The Macmillan
Company, New York, 1916.
- Garate, Donald T. "Was
he known as "Anza" or 'de Anza'?" Web
de Anza <http://anza.uoregon.edu/people/name.html>. 1999.
- Garate, Donald T. Anza: A Basque Legacy on the
Northern Frontier. Proceedings of the 1st International
Anza conference in Arizpe, Mexico. May 24-26, 1996.
Weitkamp, Bill. "Effect of Spanish Colonization on
Native Vegetation." Typescript on file at Typescript
on File at National Park Service Pacific Great Basin System
Support Office, Planning and Partnerships Team, San Francisco,
California. May, 1993.
Zazueta, Rina Cuellar. Sinaloans in Upper California.
Proceedings of the 1st International Anza conference in Arizpe,
Mexico. May 24-26, 1996.