La Campana

Members of SBTHP receive La Campana as a benefit of membership. In addition to keeping members informed about SBTHP’s events, programs and preservation projects, this high quality, full color, membership publication includes original research in the fields of history, archaeology, and historic preservation, book reviews, and more!

To view an index of past issues of La Campana, click below. Additional copies or past issues may be purchased for $5. For more information contact SBTHP at (805) 965-0093.

Summer/Fall 2021

Current Issue

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  • A message from Board President, Anthony Grumbine

  • Updates on virtual programming and the 58th Annual Meeting

  • Groundbreaking research from Dr. John Johnson about early African American settlers in the Santa Barbara region

  • Update on progress in preservation efforts by Michael H. Imwalle

  • A spotlight on the new partnership with Mujeres Makers Market

  • Tributes to Kellam de Forest and M. Kay Van Horn

Recent Issues

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Winter 2021

A message from Executive Director, Anne Petersen; a programs update; Material Markets of the World: Early Finds in the Nihonmachi Archaeology Collection by Koji Lau-Ozawa; Progress in Preservation: Jimmy's Oriental Gardens Exhibit; Presidio Neighborhood Spotlight: Divinitree Yoga Studio; In Memoriam: Judy Pierce; Remembering Jack Romero; a Tribute to George W. "Bud" Decker, Jr.


Spring 2020

A message from Executive Director, Anne Petersen; a recap of the 2020 Annual Meeting; The Santa Barbara County Courthouse: A Community and Global Icon; a look into the 2020 Presidio Pastimes by Candlelight event held in February; SBTHP creates a new Digital Learning Center; a tribute to Tim Aguilar.

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Winter 2020

A message from Board President, Debby Aceves; a recap of the tenth-annual Asian American Neighborhood Festival; hundreds of local families attend 2019 Dia de los Muertos Craft Day; the Olive’s Journey from the Mediterranean to the Presidio Neighborhood; Una Noche de Las Posadas fills Presidio Neighborhood with Holiday Spirit; replacing the Presidio Chapel Doors; a tribute to Donald G. Sharpe.