The Journal of San Diego History
Fall 1989, Volume 35, Number 4
Thomas L. Scharf, Editor

Original Articles

“The Adobe is My Birthstone;” Leo Carillo’s Rancho de las Quiotes.
By Dale Ballou May.
The Most Critical Option: Sex Offenses and Castration in San Diego, 1938-1975.
By Mark Linsky
The Cold War and Harry Steinmetz: A Case of Loyalty and Legislation.
By Paul J. Eisloeffel

Book Reviews

Indian Survival on the California Frontier.
By Albert Hurtado. Reviewed by Robert H. jackson.
Pushed Into the Rocks: Southern California Indian Land Tenure, 1769-1986.
By Florence Connolly Shipek. Reviewed by Linda S. Parker.
La Jolla: The Story of a Community, 1887-1987.
By Patricia A. Schaelchlin. Reviewed by Raymond Starr.

Book Notes

California Conquered: The Annexation of a Mexican Province, 1846-1850.
By Neal Harlow.
Our Home Forever: The Hupa Indians of Northern California.
By Byron Nelson, Jr.
Doomed to Fail: Gaspar de Portola’s First California Appointees.
By Harry W. Crosby.
Descanso: “Place of Rest”.
By The Historical Committee of the Friends of the Descanso Library.
Manuscript for a New History of Mission San Antonio de Padua: Part One — The Mission Period 1771 to 1835.
By Leo C. Sprietsmo.
Travels in Mexico and California.
By A.B. Clarke. Edited by Anne M. Perry.
Transit, Land Use & Urban Form.
Edited by Wayne Attoe.
Gunpowder and Canvas.
By Justin M. Ruhge.
The WPA Guide to 1930s Arizona.
Compiled by the Workers of the Writers Programs of the Works Project Administration.
The California Community of the Book: A Director of selected Organizations and Programs.
Compiled by Laurie R. Serikaku. Edited by William H.Fisher.
Old California: The Missions, Ranchos, and Romantic Adobes.
By Bret Shipman.
The Railroad Stations of San Diego County: Then and Now.
By James N. Price.
Manifest Destiny in the Mines: A Cultural Interpretation of Anti-Mexican Nativism in California, 1848-1853.
By Richard H. Peterson.
Del Mar: Its Life & Good Times.
By William Murray.
Pacific Visions: California Scientists and the Environment, 1850-1915.
By Michael L. Smith.