An interactive hands-on program for school children. Run by and at History San Jose.
The Pioneers Film Archive
Collecting, restoring, preserving, and digitizing local motion pictures and still photos to share with the public
1927 Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School.
QR Code Technology
We create Quick Response bar codes and websites that are placed at
sites around Santa Clara County, for Smart Phone users to access the history of the resource in front of them.
Speakers on Historic Subjects
Our Quarterly Luncheons feature good food and
GREAT SPEAKERS about the History and Future of Santa Clara County and its environs.
OUR SOCIAL MEDIA
Facebook, Twitter, Blog, Pinterest, and other social media
Constant updates regarding breaking news and things of interest to the history community.
Tumblr (Film Archive)
Tumblr (In Grave Danger)
Iconic Facades of Santa Clara County
The Pioneers inventories, records and uploads to the internet our collections for world access.
Provide free research to the public and other history organizations.
Paulson House docents
Docent Meeting at one of our two museums.
Sponsor the annual History Day program for the County of Santa Clara, in conjunction with the Historical Heritage Commission and County Board of Education.
Maintain a website to inform the world about all things "history" in Santa Clara County.
We videotape oral histories of significant persons in our valley's history, in order to preserve the stories for future generations.
Translation of the Pueblo Papers
History San Jose has more than 6,000 government correspondence and papers from the Spanish and Mexican eras of Pueblo San Jose.
It is the most comprehensive collection of western United States government from this period.
The Pioneers has chosen this project as a long-term goal.
History essay contest that awards up to $2,200 annually.
Research Library at Paulson Museum
At History San Jose
Trailblazer, The Quarterly journal of the Pioneers
Features original art by Jim Campbell
"Santa Clara County Sketches"
1650 Senter Road, San Jose, California
"Halloween at the Paulson House"
Roberto-Sunol Adobe & Laura Ville Museum
770 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose, California
"HOME OF THE CALIFORNIA PIONEERS OF SANTA CLARA VALLEY"