Winter 1988

January 1, 1988

The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 1988, Volume 34, Number 1
Thomas L. Scharf, Editor

Original Articles

The Duchess of Windsor and The Coronado Legend, Part II
By Benjamin Sacks
The Year 1588 and San Diego de Alcalá
By Thomas Case
“In the Midst of Things” Rebecca Craft and the Woman’s Civic League
By Gail Madyun
Writing History with Picture Postcards: Revolution in Tijuana
By Paul Vanderwood

Book Reviews

The Chinese Experience in America.
By Shih-Shan Henry Tsai. Reviewed by Judith Liu.
The Earth is Our Mother: A Guide to the Indians of California, Their Locales and Historic Sites.
By Dolan H. Eargle, Jr. Reviewed by Clifford E. Trafzer.
The Indians in American Society: From the Revolutionary War to the Present.
By Francis Paul Prucha. Reviewed by Clare V. McKanna, Jr.
The Outer Coast.
By Richard Batman. Reviewed by John E. Bauer.

Book Notes

A Guide to the Allen Knight and Capt. Walter F. Lee Photograph Collections.
Compiled by Chase Weaver.
Biblio-Cal Notes: A Cumulative Index to Volumes I-XIV, 1966-1984.
Compiled by Anna Marie Hager and Everett Gordon Hager.
Our Lady’s Mission: A Documentary History of La Purisima Conception.
Edited by Francis J. Weber.
The Patriarchal Mission: A Documentary History of San Jose.
Edited by Francis J. Weber.
Santa Ysabel Ethnobotany.
By Ken Hedges.
Emil W. Haury’s Prehistory of the American Southwest.
Edited by J. Jefferson Reid and David E. Doyel.
A Flora of San Diego County, California.
By R. Mitchell Beauchamp.
Early California Reflections: An Exhibit Presented at the San Juan Capistrano Branch of the Orange County Public Library, August 30 through October 11, 1986.
By Norman Neuerburg and Iris Engstrand.
Local Schools: Exploring Their History.
By Ronald E. Butchart.
Military Service Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications.
Naitional Archives Trust Fund Board.
Beyond This Place There be Dragons: The Routes of the Tragic Trek of the Death Valley 1849ers through Nevada, Death Valley, and on to Southern California.
By George Koenig.
The Scope of Historical Archaeology: Essays in Honor of John L. Cotter.
Edited by David G. Orr and Daniel G. Crozier.
Fremont: Explorer for a Restless Nation.
By Ferol Egan.
A Bibliography of American County Histories.
Compiled by P. William Filby.
Cabrillo National Monument Oral History Program.
By San Diego: Cabrillo Historical Association
Out With The Stars: Hollywood Nightlife in the Golden Era.
By Jim Heimann.
Chula Vista Heritage, 1911-1986.
(By Karna Webster.) Chula Vista: City of Chula Vista.
Mission in the Valley of the Bears: A Documentary History of San Luis Obispo de Tolosa.
Edited by Francis J. Weber.
California a Sorrowful Mission: A Documentary History of Nuestra Senora de la Soledad.
Edited by Francis J. Weber.
Father Junípero Serra, the Traveling Missionary.
By Lida Lyngheim.
The Folklore of Spain in the American Southwest: Traditional Spanish Folk Literature in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado.
By Aurelio M. Espinosa. Edited by J. Manuel Espinosa.