The Journal of San Diego History
Summer 1975, Volume 21, Number 3
James E. Moss, Editor

Original Articles

The Decline of the Californios.
By Charles Hughes
The Franklin Brothers of San Diego.
By Norton B. Stern
Philip Crosthwaite: San Diego Pioneer and public Servant.
By Pamela Tamplain
Geraniums Vs. Smokestacks: San Diego’s Mayoralty Campaign of 1917.
By Uldis Ports

Book Reviews

?ANTAP: California Indian Political and Economic Organization
Edited by Lowell John Bean and Thomas F. King.
Southern California Peaks.
By Walt Wheelock
The Golden Spike.
Edited by David E. Miller
The California History Plan.
California Department of Parks and Recreation.
Black Jack Davidson, A Cavalry Commander on the Western Frontier: The Life of General John W. Davidson
By Homer K. Davidson
Renegade, Outcast, and Maverick: Three Episcopal Clergymen in the California Gold Rush.
By Lionel U. Ridout.
The Mexican War: 1846-1848.
By K. Jack Bauer.
A Guide to the Work of Greene and Greene.
By Randell L. Makinson.

Book Notes

García Hechos and other García Papers.
Edited by Antonio Isaac Bonilla.
The Forty-Niners.
Time-Life Books. Text by William Weber Johnson.
To Utah with the Dragoons and Glimpses of Life in Arizona and California, 1858-1859.
Edited by Harold D. Langley
Arizona Ranch Houses. Southern Territorial Styles, 1867-1900.
By Janet Ann Stewart. Edited by John Bret Harte.
Sonora Road Log.
By Walt Wheelock.