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Table of Contents for Spring 2011 Issue of Southern California Quarterly

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The Table of Contents for the Spring 2011 issues of Southern California Quarterly, the journal of the Historical Society of Southern California is the following:

ARTICLES

 JOHN WORK, J. J. WARNER, AND THE NATIVE AMERICAN CATASTROPHE OF 1833, By Peter Ahrens

TOWARD AN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY OF THE BOOK; THE NATURE OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT’S WORKS, By Thomas G. Andrews

“I AM ALMOST MORE AT HOME WITH BROWN FACES THAN WITH WHITE”; AN AMERICANIZATION TEACHER IN IMPERIAL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, 1923-1924, By Benny J. Andrés Jr.

THE HISTORIAN’S EYE

 BOOK REVIEWS

Pubols, The Father of All: The de La Guerra Family, Power, and Patriarchy in Mexican California, by Linda Heidenreich

Eisenberg, Kahn, and Toll, Jews of the Pacific Coast: Reinventing Community on America’s Edge, by Arlene Lazarowitz

Wallis, Earning Power: Women and Work in Los Angeles, 1880-1930, by Sherry J. Katz

McNamara, The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of Los Angeles, by David Fine

Nelson, Wheels of Change from Zero to 600 MPH: The Amazing Story of California and the Automobile, by Jen Staver

Gerth, The People’s University: A History of the California State University, by John T. Donovan

Carriker, Urban Farming in the West: A New Deal Experiment in Subsistence Homesteads, by Eric Steiger

Widener, Black Arts West: Culture and Struggle in Postwar Los Angeles, by LaNitra Berger

IN MEMORIAM: DOYCE BLACKMAN NUNIS JR., 1924-2011

 REMEMBERING DOYCE BLACKMAN NUNIS JR.

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