The Journal of San Diego History
Spring 2003, Volume 49, Number 2
Gregg Hennessey, Editor

Original Articles

Rear Admiral Roger Welles—San Diego’s First “Navy Mayor”
By Bruce Linder
Character, Vision and Creativity: The Extraordinary Confluence of Forces that Gave Rise to The Scripps Institution of Oceanography
By Abraham J. Shragge and Kay Dietze

Book Reviews

Death Valley in ‘49
By William Lewis Manly. Leroy and Jean Johnson, ed. Reviewed by Mark R. Ellis
The Romance of Democracy: Compliant Defiance in Contemporary Mexico
By Matthew Gutmann. Reviewed by Jeffrey K. Lucas
Bernardino de Sahagún: First Anthropologist
By Miguel León-Portilla. Trans. by Mauricio J. Mixco. Reviewed by Stephen M. Perkins
Representing Aztec Ritual: Performance, Text, and Image in the Work of Sahagún.
By Eloise Quiñones Keber, ed. Reviewed by Stephen M. Perkins
True Tales From Another Mexico: The Lynch Mob, the Popsicle Kings, Chalino, and the Bronx
By Sam Quinones. Reviewed by Eric Van Young.
Women and the Conquest of California, 1542-1840: Codes of Silence
By Virginia M. Bouvier. Reviewed by Phoebe S. Kropp
American Indian Intellectuals of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
By Margot Liberty, ed. Reviewed by Dr. Mark van de Logt
Santa Fe: The Chief Way
By Robert Strein, John Vaughan, and C. Fenton Richards, Jr. Reviewed by Barbara Berglund

Cover images

Cover image

Front Cover:
Rear Admiral Roger Welles. ca. 1920.

Cover image

Back Cover:
Research vessel, E.W. Scripps, ca. 1938.

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