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Summer 1997

Sociopolitical aspects of the 1775 revolt at Mission San Diego de Alcala: an ethnohistorical approach; Luisa Moreno and the Beginnings of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement in San...

Spring 1997

Classicism and Concrete: Harrison Albright's Architectural Contributions to Coronado; Developing San Diego: The Images of Ralph P. Stineman, 1910-1915; Captain Jose Panto and the San Pascual Indian Pueblo in...

Winter 1997

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...

Fall 1996

The Ranch House at Warner's; Radio and Real Estate: The U.S. Navy's First Land Purchase in San Diego

Summer 1996

Hot Enough to Melt Iron: The San Diego Nikkei Experience 1942-1946; The History of Hedges and the Cargo Muchacho Mining District Part II: A Case Study of the Lives...

Spring 1996

The History of Hedges and the Cargo Muchacho Mining District Part I: A Case Study of the Lives of Mexican Miners in a Company Town of the Southern California Desert;...

Winter 1996

Frank P. Allen, Jr.: His Architectural and Horticultural Imprint on San Diego; The Park Brickyard Company

Fall 1995

Rancho Guajome: an Architectural Legacy Preserved; Luisa Moreno: A Hispanic Civil Rights Leader in San Diego

Summer 1995

Visions of Paradise: The Selling of San Diego

Spring 1995

La Madre Santísima de la Luz; The Acquisition of La Madre Santísima de la Luz; Uncovering the Madre de la Luz; 1926, The Formative Year of Kensington Heights; Concrete...

Winter 1995

This Was Paradise: Voices of the Pacific Coast League Padres, 1936-1958; From Grecian Columns to Spanish Towers: The Development of San Diego State College, 1922-1953

Fall 1994

Formidable Places: Builing a Railroad in Carriso Gorge; Letters Written from San Diego County, 1879-1880 by Rufus Morgan.

Summer 1994

Modern Perspectives: Three Women Artists of the 1920s and 1930s; Anni Baldaugh; Margaret King Rocle; Belle Baranceanu

Winter-Spring 1994

The Killing of Juan Diego: From Murder to Mythology; When the Lone Eagle Returned to San Diego; Charles Russell Orcutt: Pioneer Naturalist; San Diego's Own Napoleons

Fall 1993

A Passion for Water: Hans H. Doe and the California Water Industry; Women in Wartime: The San Diego Experience, 1941-1945

Summer 1993

Burlingame: The Tract of Character 1912-1914; The Zest for Learning: Founding and Early Years of Francis Parker School; A Preliminary Checklist of Masters' Theses and Doctoral Dissertations on the...
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