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Virtual Program: Gov. Alvarado Documentary Film
April 18 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm PDT
The Richmond Museum of History & Culture is presenting a series of virtual programs through April 2020.
Join us on Zoom: https://4cd.zoom.us/j/825993579
Juan B. Alvarado Governor of Alta California (1836-1842)
An original documentary film by David Anaya about San Pablo’s Most Famous Citizen!
Join us in virtual film screening program of the first bio-documentary on one of early California’s Mexican period Governors, Juan B. Alvarado (1836-1842).
Juan B. Alvarado (1809-1882) born & raised in Monterey under the Spanish crown, led a federalist revolution to rise to political prominence during the Mexican period. Alvarado married into the well established Castro family of San Pablo/Contra Costa and granted multiple land grants to settlers during his political tenure before retiring in San Pablo as an American citizen. Join us in a special virtual film screening program joined by the director, D.A. Anaya who will be available for a short q&a/discussion after the film.
This film was made possible by a grant from the City of San Pablo Community Foundation grant.
A program in partnership with the San Pablo Museums & Historical Society