The Journal of San Diego History
Winter 1997, Volume 43, Number 1
Richard W. Crawford, Editor

Main Articles

“Starved and Treated Like Convicts”: Images of Women in Point Loma Theosophy
By Evelyn A. Kirkley
A Place Called Borego: Homesteader Days in the Borrego Valley
By Phil Brigandi

San Diego Documents

“If Only You Could Send Me a Strong and Sound Leg,”
Letters of A. S. Ensworth to Thomas Whaley, 1862-1865
Edited by Ronald J. Quinn

Book Reviews

Indians, Franciscans, and Spanish Colonization:
The Impact of the Mission System on California Indians.
By Robert H. Jackson and Edward Castillo. Reviewed by Sue Wade.
Politics in the Postwar American West.
Edited by Richard Lowitt. Reviewed by Ronald J. Quinn.
Gold Rush Desert Trails to San Diego and Los Angeles in 1849.
By George M. Ellis, ed. Reviewed by James D. Newland.
The Birth of Whiteness: Race and the Emergence of U.S. Cinema.
Edited by Daniel Bernardi. Reviewed by Norman L. Rosenberg.
Haida Art.
By George F. MacDonald. Reviewed by Mary Beth Shoning Klauer.
Trickster in the Land of Dreams.
By Zeese Papanikolas. Reviewed by Alan Kilpatrick.