The Association for Northern California Historical Research is a non-profit group working to support historical research in Northern California. Our mission is to increase the understanding and appreciation of Northeastern California History through encouraging and promoting programs of historical research and publication, and encouraging the preservation of and access to historical public, business, and private records, oral history, video, film, and photographs.

ANCHR's Featured Publications

ANCHR is pleased to feature new book The Road to Cherokee - A California Epic by Mary Ray King.

"This is the story of the epic struggle between the farmers of the Great Central Valley of California and the hydraulic mining interests, as typified by the Cherokee Mine, one of largest in the world during its heyday. . . . The road to Cherokee was the road to busy camps and prosperous towns. The road to Fortune. The road to Disaster. The road to Enterprise. The road to Adventure. The road to Hate. The road to Love. What more can we ask of any road?” ~ Mary Ray King

To read more about this book go to ANCHR's Fall 2016 Annual Membership Newsletter (pdf)

1. Edward Stuhl's California Poppy and Book Image: reprinted with permission of Meriam Library Special Collections Department at CSU, Chico, CA. All rights reserved.