Arts, Culture, and Humanities

Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Santa Barbara, CA
  • www.sbthp.org

Mission Statement

Since its incorporation as a non-profit organization in 1963, the primary long-range goal of the Trust has been the reconstruction of El Presidio de Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara's 18th century birthplace and the fourth and final military fortress constructed by the Spanish along the coast of Alta California. About the size of a city block in the center of town, El Presidio is currently the only restored Presidio in California and serves as a living history site interpreting the Spanish, Mexican, and Native American heritage of Santa Barbara for students, the local community, and visitors throughout the country and around the world.

ruling year

1965

Principal Officer

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Dr. Jarrell Jackman

Keywords

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history, museum, preservation, research, santa barbara, presidio, spanish, military, mexican, education, archaeology, cultural, resource, california, Spanish, reconstruction

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EIN

95-6111696

Also Known As

SBTHP

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

History Museums (A54)

Historical Societies and Related Activities (A80)

Arts, Cultural Organizations - Multipurpose (A20)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Programs

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Program 1

The Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation's programs include ongoing archaeological research at the Trust's three main sites: El Presidio de Santa Barbara, Casa de la Guerra, and the Santa Ines Mission Mills. The Trust also features a research center which helps assure the historical integrity of the restoration and reconstruction of the Presidio and is a source for historical information on early California history for the public. The Trust also features a stellar education department that seeks to present and encourage enjoyment of the historical and cultural resources of the Trust to the broadest possible audience through various free community events, including: a lecture series, youth summer camp, living history days, and a variety of cultural craft activities. The Trust also sponsors a series of scholarly lectures and special fundraising events throughout the year.

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SANTA BARBARA TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Fiscal year: Jul 01-Jun 30
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation

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Principal Officer

Dr. Jarrell Jackman

BIO

Dr. Jarrell Jackman is Executive Director of the SB Trust for Historic Preservation, where he has worked since 1981. He is in charge of the Presidio de Santa Barbara reconstruction project, which is being developed as a state park, with the cooperation and support of the City of Santa Barbara. Dr. Jackman received his Ph.D. in history at the University of Santa Barbara, California, where he studied under the cultural and architectural historian, Harold Kirker, author of several books, most notably, California?s Architectural Frontier. Dr. Jackman has authored and edited numerous volumes such as The Muses Flee Hitler (Smithsonian Press) and Santa Barbara: Historical Themes and Images.

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