San Diego’s Zuniga Shoals Jetty: Icon and Enigma
A Moreton Bay Fig Tree and San Diego Memory
Nancy Carol Carter
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Front Cover: Popular World War I poster featuring recruitment for the American Red Star Animal Relief. Public domain.
Back Cover: Photo by James Blank from the Cabrillo National Mounument showing the Zuniga Shoals Jetty at low tide.
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