Antonio Rios-Bustamante will discuss "The History & Heritage of Mexican Los Angeles: Ranchos to Barrios, 1781-present" at Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site in Long Beach, Ca, on Saturday, April 17, at 10am. Light refreshments and coffee will be served.
Dr. Rios-Bustamante will explore transportation routes and settlement patterns over time, from the earliest Mexican settlements in California through the development and growth of the Los Angeles region today.
Dr. Rios-Bustamante teaches History and Chicano Studies at Cal State Stanislaus. He has published more than 50 articles and books on hisotrical themes concerning Mexicans and Latin Americans in the U.S.
Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site is located at 4600 Virigina Road in Long Beach (one block west of Long Beach Blvd. at San Antonio Dr). Reservations are recommended, and there will be a minimal charge for this lecture at the door ($5 nonmembers/$3 members).
Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site
4600 Virigina Road
Long Beach, CA 90807
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