The Journal of San Diego History
San Diego History Center Quarterly
Winter / Spring 2010, Volume 56, Number 1 & 2
Iris H. W. Engstrand & Molly McClain, Editors
Theodore Strathman & David Miller, Review Editors
The Scripps Family’s San Diego Experiment
Naming Balboa Park: Correcting the Record
Nancy Carol Carter
The Removal of the Indians of El Capitan to Viejas: Confrontation and Change in San Diego Indian Affairs in the 1930s
Tanis C. Thorne
The San Diego Coal Company: An Early Morman Enterprise on Point Loma
Publication of The Journal of San Diego History is underwritten by a major grant from the Quest for Truth Foundation, established by the late James G. Scripps. Additional support is provided by “The Journal of San Diego Fund” of the San Diego Foundation and private donors.
Front Cover: Center, Ellen B. Scripps, ca. 1891, Courtesy of Ella Strong Denison Library, Scripps College. Clockwise from upper left: Ellen B. Scripps and Will Scripps playing chess, Ella Strong Denison Library, Scripps College; Fifth Street, San Diego, ca. 1890 © SDHC #1501; La Jolla Cove, ca. 1894 © SDHC Archives, Douglas Gunn, Picturesque San Diego (Chicago, 1887); sketch of South Moulton Villa I, Guest Book, 1897-1915, Ella Strong Denison Library, Scripps College; E.W. Scripps with Fish at Miramar, ca. 1907-10, Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections, Ohio University Libraries.
Back Cover: The Scripps family gathered in Detroit to celebrate the one-hundreth anniversary of William Scripps’ arrival in the United States in 1791. Twenty-nine lineal descendants and their spouces were photographed on the steps of George G. Booth’s residence on Trumbull Ave., Detroit, June 29, 1891. © SDHC #14393.
Cover design: Allen Wynar
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Articles appearing in The Journal of San Diego History are abstracted and indexed in Historical Abstracts and America: History and Life.
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