The Winter 2010-11 issue (Vol. 92, No. 4) of the Southern California Quarterly has now been published by the Historical Society of Southern California. Here is the table of contents:
Lost in the Translation: Chief Palma of the Quechan By Vladimir Guerrero
The “Bungalow Boom”: The Working-Class Housing Industry and the Development and Promotion of Early Twentieth-Century Los Angeles By Kim Hernandez
Family Matters: Round Valley Indian Families at the Sherman Indian Institute, 1900-1945 By William]. Bauer, Jr.
Russell, From Serra to Sancho: Music and Pageantry in the California Missions, by Kenneth H. Marcus
Gersdarf, The Poetics and Politics of the Desert: Landscape and the Construction of America, by Erik Altenbernd
Ehnsan and Yogi, Wherever There’s a Fight: How Runaway Slaves, Suffragists, Immigrants, Strikers, and Poets Shaped Civil Liberties in California, by Errol Wayne Stevens
Sklar, Brown Acres: An Intimate History of the Los Angeles Sewers, by Char Miller
Garda, White But Not Equal: Mexican Americans, Jury Discrimination, and the Supreme Court, by Aubrey T. Adams
Pawel, The Union of Their Dreams: Power, Hope, and Struggle in Cesar Chavez’s Farm Worker Movement, by Randy Shaw
Valle, City of Industry: Genealogies of Power in Southern California, by Tom Sitton
This issue also contains the index to Volume 92.