The Journal of San Diego History
Summer 1993, Volume 39, Number 3
Richard W. Crawford, Editor

Main Articles

Burlingame: The Tract of Character 1912-1914
By Donald Covington
The Zest for Learning: Founding and Early Years of Francis Parker School
By Ethel Mintzer Lichtman
A Preliminary Checklist of Masters’ Theses and Doctoral Dissertations on the History of San Diego
Compiled by James D. Newland

Book Reviews

Thomas O. Larkin: A Life of Patriotism and Profit in Old California.
By Harlan Hague and David J. Langum. Reviewed by Stephen A. Colston.
In the Floating Army: F. C. Mills on Itinerant Life in California, 1914.
By Gregory R. Woirol. Reviewed by William Earl Weeks.
Madame Ernestine Schumann-Heink; Her Life and Times.
By Joseph L. Howard. Reviewed by Evelyn Kooperman.
100 Years of Art in San Diego: Selections from the Collection of the San Diego History Center.
By Bruce Kamerling. Reviewed by Janet Brody Esser.
The Disappearing Border: Mexico-United States Relations to the 1990s.
By Clint E. Smith. Reviewed by James R. Mills.
Love and War: Pearl Harbor Through V-J Day.
By Robert and Jane Easton. Reviewed by Francis N. Stites.
Ethnology of the Alta California Indians. Vol. II.
Edited by Lowell John Bean and Sylvia Brakke Vane. Reviewed by Ronald J. Quinn.
Bonanza Rich: Lifestyles of the Western Mining Entrepreneurs.
By Richard H. Peterson. Reviewed by R Kenneth N. Owens.

Book Notes

Knights of the Green Cloth: The Saga of Frontier Gamblers.
By Robert K. De Arment.
Local History and Genealogy Resources of the California State Library.
Edited by Gary E. Strong.
San Diego: Gateway to the Pacific: A Christopher Columbus Quincentennial Commemorative.
By Iris H. W. Engstrand.
The Last Conquistador: Juan de Onate and the Settling of the Far Southwest.
By Marc Simmons
Changing Boundaries in the Americas: New Perspectives on the U.S.Mexican, Central American, and South American Borders.
Edited by Lawrence A. Herzog.
Campaigning With King: Charles King, Chronicler of the Old Army.
Edited by Paul L. Hedren.
The Dawn of the World: Myths and Tales of the Miwok Indians of California.
Edited by C. Hart Merriam.

This issue of the Journal was proofread by Lisa Tuthill.