The early Hispanic settlers of Alta California (part of which is now the state of California) were called Californios or Californianos.
Los Californianos was organized by their descendants to preserve the Hispanic heritage of Alta California (history, music, culture, infrastructure, etc.) and to help other descendants compile their Hispanic genealogy.
We have a new design, which we hope you will enjoy. Data from our previous site will still be online, but some of it will be presented in a different way. We think the navigation is self-explanatory, but if you have any problems or comments, please contact us with this link to the Contact Page Webmaster (La Tejedora). The older Queries pages are still in the process of being transferred from our old website. We will complete this process as soon as possible. For your convenience, in addition to the navigation bar to the left, we have placed one or two search boxes on each page. They will search the entire website for you for any word or phrase you type into a search box.
Link to Tomos X page and latest update
Applying for Membership a new, simplified process has been initiated
April Meeting details and registration page added 02/26
New Officers/Directors and New Address for mailing membership applications.
Calendar: new entries added 02/13.
Queries #760-#585 now published.
La Tejedora (the weaver)