The Journal of San Diego History
Summer 2002, Volume 48, Number 3
Gregg Hennessey, Editor

Original Articles

“‘I Like the Cut of Your Jib’: Cultures of Accommodation Between the U.S. Navy and Citizens of San Diego California, 1900-1951”
By Abraham J. Shragge
Humanist Sentiment, Modern Spanish Heritage, and California Mission Commemoration, 1769-1915
By Matthew F. Bokovoy
The Wild Frontier Moves South: U.S. Entrepreneurs and the Growth of Tijuana’s Vice Industry, 1908-1935
By Lawrence D. Taylor

Book Reviews

So Far from God: The U.S. War with Mexico: 1846-1848
By John S. D. Eisenhower
Oceanside: Where Life Is Worth Living.
By Kristi S. Hawthorne.
The History of Valley Center, California: The Homestead Years 1860-1900
By Petei McHenry; forward by Raymond Brandes, Ph.D.
Journey with a Baja Burro
By Graham Mackintosh
Encyclopedia of Local History
Edited by Carol Kammen and Norma Prendergast
Religion in the Modern American West
By Ferenc Morton Szasz
“C” is for California
Written by Carol Greene, Illustrated by Michelle Dorenkamp
Fun, Facts & Games: California
Written by Julie Douglas, Illustrated by Larry Nolte.
Aircraft Carriers
By Michael and Gladys Green
The Air War
By Bernard C. Nalty
Defining Mission: Comboni Missionaries in North America
By Patricia Durchholz
Wind and Wings: The History of Soaring in San Diego
By Gary Fogel
All the Wild and Lonely Places: Journeys in a Desert Landscape
By Lawrence Hogue
Anza-Borrego A to Z: People, Places, and Things
By Bernard C. Nalty
Becoming Citizens: The Emergence and Development of the California Women’s Movement, 1880-1911
By Gayle Gullett

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