California--History--1800-1845; Diversity; License system--California; Liquors; Mexican Americans; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--Sheriff's Dept.; People;
1841 Annual Report on Liquor Licenses, Pueblo of San Jose.
College students; Drawings; Education; Mexican Americans; Newspapers; People; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; University of Santa Clara
El Estudiante del Pueblo was published by the newspaper committee of the student organization, El Frente Estudiantil. El Frente, established in 1968, is the Chicano student organization at Santa Clara University.
Diversity; Imprisonment; Indians of North America; Mission Period; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
May 3, 1809 document from Jose Maria Estudillo in Monterey to the Commissioner of the town of San Jose, discussing the capture of a fugitive Native American named Secundino who has been charged with several thefts, and is a suspect in a rape case....
Diversity; Mexican Americans; People; Peralta, Luis; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Taxation; Tithes;
Itemized account, dated November 30, 1816, of tithes collected in kind and cash for the year. Items covered include wheat, corn, beans, other farm products, cattle, and sheep. Producers and amounts involved are listed. Signed by Luis Peralta, San...
Maps; Santa Clara Mission -- History; Santa Clara County (Calif.) -- History; San Jose (Calif.) -- History
This hand-drawn map of the Santa Clara Mission lands includes the Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe in the lower left corner. The Alameda is the tree lined road that runs between the pueblo and the Mission de Santa Clara.
Agueda; Ana Maria; Ansano; Antonia; Catalá, Magin; Cesaria; Constancia; Fabiana; Florido; Landaeta, Martin de; Luisa; Manuel; Maria Pascuala; Martiniana; Nicolas; Plautilla; Praxedis; Sanchez, Francisco Miguel
Records of baptisms performed at Mission Santa Clara between 1777 and 1850