Fall 1973

October 1, 1973

The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Fall 1973, Volume 19, Number 4
Cover: Morning on the Bay by Alfred Mitchell

Original Articles

Viva Los Californios! The Battle of San Pasqual
By Sally Cavell Johns
The Creation of the Anza Borrego Desert State Park
By Diana Lindsay
The Rose of San Diego
By Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer
Alfred R. Mitchell: Pioneer Artist in San Diego
By Martin E. Petersen
The Identification Of Two Burials At The San Diego Presidio
By Richard L. Carrico

Book Reviews

The Letters of Alfred Robinson to the De La Guerra Family of Santa Barbara, 1834-1873
Translated and annotated by Maynard Geiger
Spanish Military Weapons in Colonial America, 1700 – 1821
By Sidney B. Brinckerhoff and Pierce A. Chamberlain
Power and Conflict in a Mexican Community
By Antonio Ugalde
The Liberators: Filibustering Expeditions into Mexico, 1848-1862, and the Last Thrust of Manifest Destiny
By Joseph Allen Stout, Jr.
Burnt-Out Fires: California’s Modoc Indian War
By Richard H. Dillon.
The Donner Party
By George Keithley
A Summer of Travel in the High Sierra
By Joseph N. LeConte

Book Notes

The Letters of Alfred Robinson to the De La Guerra Family of Santa Barbara, 1834-1873
Translated and annotated by Maynard Geiger.
The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth
By Thomas D. Bonner. Edited by Delmont R. Oswald.
All Hell Needs is Water
By Budge Ruffner
Panama Route, 1848 – 1869
By John Haskell Kemble.
The Emigrants’ Guide to California
By Joseph E. Ware
Basket Designs of the Mission Indians of California
By A. L. Kroeber.
Yuman Pottery Making
By Malcolm J. Rogers
Original Accounts of the Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island
Edited by Robert F. Heizer and Albert B. Elsasser
Orange County Local History, 1869-1971. A Preliminary Bibliography

This issue of the Journal was scanned and proofread by volunteer Judith Downie.