The Journal of San Diego History
Spring 1973, Volume 19, Number 2
James E. Moss, Editor

Original Articles

A California Romance in Perspective: The Elopement, Marriage and Ecclesiastical Trial of Henry D. Fitch and Josefa Carrillo
By Ronald L. Miller
The Mary Walker Incident: Black Prejudice in San Diego, 1866
By Henry Schwartz
Allen Hutchinson, British Sculptor (1855-1929): An Artist’s Career: From England, Hawaii and the South Pacific to San Diego, California
By Elizabeth C. MacPhail
The Villa Montezuma: Jesse Shepard’s Lasting Contributions to the Arts and Architecture
By Harold P. Simonson

Book Reviews

Francisco Garcia Diego, California’s Transition Bishop
By Francis J. Weber. Reviewed by Manuel P. Servin.
John Joseph Cantwell, His Excellency of Los Angeles
By Francis J. Weber. Reviewed by Manuel P. Servin
North America Divided: The Mexican War, 1846-1848
By Seymour V. Connor and Odie B. Faulk. Reviewed by Ramon Eduardo Ruiz.
A Colony for California: Riverside’s First Hundred Years
By Tom Patterson. Reviewed by Edwin T. Coman, Jr.
Racism in California: A Reader in the History of Oppression
Edited by Roger Daniels and Spencer C. Olin, Jr. Reviewed by Melvin Steinfield
The Great Southwest: The Story of a Land and Its People
By Elna Bakker and Richard G. Lillard. Reviewed by Donald C. Cutter
A Description of the Kingdom of New Spain
Translated and edited by Sean Galvin. Reviewed by Iris Wilson Engstrand

Book Notes

The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West
Edited by Leroy R. Hafen
A Select Bibliography: The California Missions, 1765-1972
Compiled and annotated by Rev. Francis J. Weber. Preface by Ray Allen Billington.
A Historical, Political, and Natural Description of California by Pedro Fages, Soldier of Spain
Herbert Ingram Priestley
Metal Uniform Insignia of the Frontier U.S. Army, 1846-1902
By Sidney B. Brinckerhoff
Foundlings on the Frontier. Racial and Religious Conflict in Arizona Territory, 1904 1905
By A. Blake Brophy


Portrait of Beriah Fitch

This issue of the Journal was scanned and proofread by volunteer Bill Parsons.