The Journal of San Diego History
Spring 1984, Volume 30, Number 2
Thomas L. Scharf, Managing Editor

Original Articles

Legal Hocus-Pocus” The Subdivision of Jamacha Rancho
By Stephen Van Wormer
Between Germany and Carlsbad: A High Yielding Bond
By Marje Howard-Jones
The Republican Experiment and The Bishop’s School
By Thomas W. Mitchell
A.H. Sweet: Profile of a High-Minded Gentleman
By Syd Love

Book Reviews

Westering Man: The Life of Joseph Walker
By Bil Gilbert. Reviewed by John E. Sunder.
Covered Wagon Women: Diaries & Letters from the Western Trails, 1840-1890
Edited and compiled by Kenneth L. Holmes. Reviewed by Maxine Benson.
Evolución de la Frontera Norte
By Romeo R. Flores Caballero. Reviewed by Rosalie Schwartz.
The Cabrillo Era and His Voyage of Discovery
Edited by Carl F. Repusch. Reviewed by Stephen A. Colston.
Fort Guijarros
By Ronald V. May, Roy Pettus, and Stephen A. Colston. Reviewed by Richard L. Carrico.
A History of Vista
By Harrison and Ruth Doyle. Reviewed by Robert Carlton.

Book Notes

The Penultimate Mission: A Documentary History of San Rafael, Arcangel
Compiled and Edited by Francis J. Weber.
Wells Fargo in Colorado Territory
By W. Turrentine Jackson.
The Capital that Couldn’t Stay Put: The Complete Book of California’s Capitols
By June Oxford.
Overland to California in 1859: A Guide for Wagon Train Travelers
Compiled and Edited by Louis M. Bloch, Jr.
Living My Life: An Autobiography of Emma Goldman
By Emma Goldman.