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- by Brad Bartel
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- by Donald Covington
- A Few More Pieces of the Puzzle: Collections Documenting San Diego History at the University of California, San Diego
- by Geoffrey B. Wexler
- Essays on Sunbelt Cities and Recent Urban America.
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- By Howard I. Kushner. Reviewed by James H. Cassidy.
- Let There Be Towns: Spanish Municipal Origins in the American Southwest, 1610-1810.
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By an unknown artist, the Royal Presidio of San Diego in 1820. This drawing was discovered in 1982 by a researcher, Rev. Harry Morrison, in the Edward Vischer Papers at the Bancroft Library, Berkeley, California. Drawings of the presidios at San Francisco, Monterey, and Santa Barbara, were also found. Reproduced by courtesy of the Bancroft Library