The Census Reveals
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The Coronado Historical Association is home to incredible archival collections.
Documents, like the one pictured above, help historians tell the story of the development of our community. This particular document, a deed poll, established the official map of the South Island of Coronado in 1886. The deed poll is one of hundreds of documents in the Coronado Beach Company records collection that are in CHA's archives. Last year, this special collection was featured in the California Historical Society's California History Journal.
Coronado resident, retired Army Sergeant Richard Rosenberg shares his experience at the atomic blast explosions outside of Nevada in 1955. The interview was conducted by and the video created by Coronado High School Seniors and CHA volunteers, Joshua Dana and Graham Zagrodzky.
John D. and the Destiny of Two Cities