Thursday, June 17, 2021

History

Field Guide to Coronado History: Ah Hah. Coronado IS an Island!

Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical...

Field Guide to Coronado History: Spanish Bight

Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical...

Field Guide to Coronado History: What’s the longest possible trip from Coronado?

Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical...

Field Guide to Coronado History: Coronado’s Japanese Tea Gardens

Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical...

Field Guide to Coronado History: What’s a “Burgee” ???

Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical...

Visual Display Celebrates USS Coronado at Coronado Museum of History & Art

Visual Display Celebrates USS Coronado at Coronado Museum of History & Art To celebrate the Navy's newest LCS-4 ship arrival, the USS Coronado,...

Redevelopment in Coronado: A Brief History

A short history of redevelopment in Coronado, given by Councilman Al Ovrom at the Coronado City Council Meeting on July 16th, 2013....

Coronado’s Original Land Deed on Display at Library – Will Someone Gift this Piece of History?

This map, part of the elaborate property Deed and abstract of Coronado, is the oldest map of Coronado known to exist. A version...

Field Guide to Coronado History: Coronado’s Circumnavigator

Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical...

Early History of Coronado 4th of July Races – Photos from 2013 5K and 15K

Around the end of 1972 my little group starting throwing around the idea of staging a half-marathon in Coronado. My principal collaborators were...

Field Guide to Coronado History: Glorietta Bight

Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical...

Bruce Linder to Serve as Executive Director of the Coronado Historical Association

Coronado Historical Association Announces Leadership Change At the end of November, the Coronado Historical Association will undergo a leadership change as Executive Director Susan Enowitz retires...
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