Ventura County Genealogical Society
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Named for a Chumash Indian woman who lived in Ventura County, this organization aims to promote educational and cultural progress.
Public access to changing exhibits of the broad diversity of California art
Housed at the historical Stagecoach Inn, this site includes information about Jungleland, Chumash, Timber School and other historical artifacts in the Conejo Valley
An 1892 Victorian farm house which reflects the life of the Dudley family.
Depicts early life in Fillmore, Bardsdale and Piru
JACL's mission is to uphold the human and civil rights of Japanese Americans and all Americans while preserving Japanese cultural heritage and values
Dedicated to preserving Moorpark's history
Designated historical sites of interest in Ventura Count
Houses archives including historical journals chronicling events of early to contemporary Ojai Valley activities
Dedicated to preserving history of the Pleasant Valley area of Ventura County
Housed in the Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce building.
Dedicated to preserving and revitalizing historic, architectural and cultural resources of San Buenaventura
Established in 1993 to assist in the preservation and restoration of the railroad corridor between Montalvo and Saugus.
Great picture and text resources for areas in Eastern Ventura County
Dedicated to preserving historical materials pertaining to Santa Paula
Maintains a small museum, library and some genealogy resources for researching Scandinavian roots.
Based in the Strathearn House, maintains historical items of the Simi Valley, including Chumash, Spanish and Pioneer information
Home of US Senator Thomas Bard, an early pioneer of Ventura County
Chinese pioneers arrived in Ventura County during the 1860s. The society seeks to research, preserve, publish and teach the history and experiences of Chinese Americans in Ventura County.
Based at the Ventura County Museum
Protecting Ventura County's Historic, Cultural, and Natural Resources