Winter-Spring 1994

January 1, 1994

The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 1994, Volume 40, Numbers 1 & 2
Richard W. Crawford, Editor

Original Articles

The Killing of Juan Diego: From Murder to Mythology
By Phil Brigandi and John W. Robinson
When the Lone Eagle Returned to San Diego
By Gerald A. Shepherd
Charles Russell Orcutt: Pioneer Naturalist
By Anne D. Bullard
San Diego’s Own Napoleons
By John L. Vandegrift and Wayne Kenaston, Jr.

Book Reviews

Spanish Borderlands Sourcebooks. Vol. 3 and 4.
Edited by Lowell J. Bean and Sylvia Brakke Vane. Reviewed by Richard L. Carrico.
Antigua California: Mission and Colony on the Peninsular Frontier, 1697-1768.
By Harry W. Crosby. Reviewed by Raymond Starr.
The Destruction of California Indians: A Collection of Documents from the Period 1847 to 1865 in Which Are Described some of the Things that Happened to Some of the Indians of California.
Edited By Robert F. Heizer. Reviewed by Gerald Horn.
Bonanza West: The Story of the Western Mining Rushes, 1848-1900
By William S. Greever. Reviewed by Carlos Larralde.
The Final Voyage of the Central America, 1857
By Normand E. Klare. Reviewed by Abraham Hoffman.
Haunted San Diego: A Historic Guide To San Diego’s Favorite Haunts
By Gail White. Reviewed by Roger W. Reeve.
Mexico’s Regions: Comparative History and Development.
Edited by Eric Van Young. Reviewed by Miguel Dominguez.
Interpreting Local Culture and History
Edited by J. Sanford Rikoon and Judith Austin. Reviewed by Vincent S. Ancona.
Irving J. Gill, Architect
By Bruce Kamerling. Reviewed by Vonn Marie May.