The Journal of San Diego History
Fall 1987, Volume 33, Number 4
Thomas L. Scharf, Editor

Original Articles

The British Are Coming: or, The Army of India and the Founding of Ensenada.
By Donald Chaput.
The Duchess of Windsor and the Coronado Legend. Part I.
By Benjamin Sacks.
The Little Mission History at an Inch to the Foot.
By Norman Nuerburg.
Four Hundred Dollars Worth of Justice: The Trial and Execution of Indian Joe, 1892-1893
By Clare V. McKanna, Jr.

Book Reviews

Los Tucsonenses: The Mexican Community in Tucson, 1854-1941.
By Thomas E. Sheridan. Reviewed by Richard Griswold del Castillo.
San Diego: A Pictorial History.
By Raymond G. Starr. Reviewed by Gary F. Kurutz.
Six Galleons for the King of Spain: Imperial Defense in the Early Seventeenth Century.
By Carla Rahn Phillips. Reviewed by Harry Kelsey.
Three Beams of Light: Chronicles of a Lighthouse Keeper’s Family.
By Norma Engel. Reviewed by Ronald V. May.
Rivers of Empire: Water, Aridity, and the Growth of the American West.
By Donald Worster. Reviewed by Gregg R. Hennessey.

Book Notes

Aviation: An Historical Survey from its Origins to the End of World War II.
By Charles Harvard Gibbs-Smith.
James Pattie’s West: The Dream and the Reality.
By Richard Bateman.
A Portrait of Fresno, 1885-1985.
Edited by Sharon Hiigel and Maria Ortiz.
The Rediscovery of the Pueblo De Las Canoas.
By Ronald L. Rindge.
Wild in the City. The Best of Zoonooz.
Edited by Robert Wade.
This Well-Wooded Land: Americans and Their Forests from Colonial Times to the Present.
By Thomas R. Cox, Robert S. Maxwell, Phillip D. Thomas, and Joseph J. Malone.
Indians of California: The Changing Image.
By James Rawls.
Newspaper Holdings of the California State Library.
Compiled by Marianne Leach.
Old Time Cattlemen and Other Pioneers of the Anza-Borrego Area.
By Lester Reed.
The Salvation Army Farm Colonies.
By Clark C. Spence.