So much to do. So little time to do it.
Family history research is equal parts joy when finding that long-lost relative and often mind-numbing frustration as you keep searching for that one website link, that one dusty book or yellowed historic document to help make your family history complete.
Thankfully, loyal visitors to this site have contributed some great photos, research links and copies of source documents to fill in the missing pieces.
The following is the beginning of what we hope will be a long list of website links and other material to help everyone enjoy the rich family history of our ancestors.
Please help us add to this resource by sending information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Some links may become deactivated over time. Please keep us updated.
- Moraga Historical Society — http://www.moragahistory.org/
- Anza Society International — http://www.anzasociety.org
- “Moraga’s Pride” at: http://www.cocohistory.org/book-moragapride.html
- Tucson Presidio Moragas — http://parentseyes.arizona.edu/moraga/index.html
- Anza Expedition — http://www.nps.gov/juba/historyculture/index.htm
- Anza-Font Diary — http://anza.uoregon.edu/
- Town of Moraga History site — http://www.moragahistory.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36&Itemid=193
- Moragas and The Basque in Chile
- Moragas in Basque Capital and the Settlement of the Southwestern United States by Stephen T. Bass
- Moragas in Basques in Early California and Kern County by Stephen T. Bass
- Moragas in PDF Basques in the Americas – From 1492 to 1892 – a Chronology by Stephen T. Bass
- Moragas in Juan Bautista de Anza: Basque Explorer in the New World, 1693-1740 by Donald T. Garate
- Moragas in Basque in the Americas – Anthrocivitas
- Moragas in Basque New World
- Moragas in the novel The Sheep Walker’s Daughter by Sydney Avey
- First torpedo attack on iron ship by Lieutenant Commander Carlos Moraga of the Chilean Navy in 1891
- Lieutenant Commander Carlos Moraga in the Battle of Caldera Bay during 1891 Chilean Civil War
- Details on first torpedo attack on iron ship by Lieutenant Commander Carlos Moraga of the Chilean Navy in 1891
- Moragas in Florida — St. Augustine Catholic Internments — Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine
- Moraga Vineyards — http://www.moragavineyards.com/
- Morago (changed name from Moraga) family history website — http://home.earthlink.net/~dmorago/moragofamilyhistory/id2.html
- Moraga, Juan Bautista de Anza, arrive in Mountain Lake, San Francisco — http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/Mountain-Lake-brims-with-historical-import-4813332.php
- Founding of Mission San Francisco d Asis by Lt. Don Jose Joaquin Moraga — http://www.athanasius.com/camission/san_francisco_asis.htm