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Corey D. Blanchard’s essay on Native Americans during the mission period (1769–1833) finds early articles focused on Euro-American pioneers to the near exclusion of the Indigenous population of Southern California. When they do appear in early articles they are treated more as obstacles than as...
Mary Casey's essay on mission history traces the tendency of early SCQ articles, in parallel with contemporaneous educational standards and cultural productions, to idealize the padres' work and romanticize the mission era, a trend that persisted into the late 1960s. It was only at that point...
This article finds an emphasis on “foreignness” in early SCQ articles on the Asian American experience. Early twentieth-century authors explored changing racial identities. By the 1960s, articles in the Southern California Quarterly were comparing the evolving racial identities of various racial...
Surfing was an Hawaiian cultural practice long before it became a Southern California sport. Hawaiian surfers George Freeth and Duke Kahanamoku popularized the sport at Los Angeles-area beaches. Freeth was sent to demonstrate surfing as a promotion of Hawaiian tourism. Both Freeth and Kahanamoku...
Japanese Internment inflicted a grave injustice on Japanese immigrants and Japanese American citizens. At the same time, it resulted in the sudden loss of ethnic Japanese farmers, triggering a serious labor shortage in California, where vegetable production was an integral part of wartime food...
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