Table of contents for Chicano San Diego : cultural space and the struggle for justice / edited by Richard Griswold del Castillo.

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List of Illustrations	000
Introduction: A Border Region and People	000
Richard Griswold del Castillo
1	Natives and Settlers: The Mestizo Heritage	000
Richard Griswold del Castillo
2	The American Colonization of San Diego	000
Richard Griswold del Castillo
3	From Revolution to Economic Depression	000
Richard Griswold del Castillo
4	World War II and the Emerging Civil Rights Struggle	000
José Rodolfo Jacobo and Richard Griswold del Castillo
5	El Campo: Memories of a Citrus Labor Camp	000
María de la Luz Ibarra
6	"¡Sí, Se Puede!" Chicana/o Activism in San Diego at Century's End	000
Isidro D. Ortiz
7	Chicanas in the Arts, 1970--1995: With Personal Reflections	000
Rita S nchez
8	The Struggle against Gentrification in Barrio Logan	000
Emmanuelle Le Texier
9	The Border and Human Rights: A Testimony	000
Roberto L. Martínez
10	Learning from the Past: Some Concluding Comments	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
About the Contributors	000
Index	000
i.1. Map of San Diego, by percentage of Hispanic population	000
1.1. Indians of San Diego County	000
1.2. Map of the ranchos of San Diego County	000
2.1. Juan Bandini	000
2.2. The Battle of San Pasqual	000
2.3. Juana Machado de Ridington in Old Town	000
3.1. U.S.--Mexican border area showing California and Baja California cities 
and towns	000
3.2. 1930 class photo of one of the Americanization classes at the Lemon 
Grove Grammar School	000
3.3. A youth dance at the Neighborhood House	000
3.4. Mexican American children at a school in Barrio Logan, 1929	000
4.1. Luisa Moreno in 1940	000
4.2. Benjamin Torres, a driver for Arden Milk Co., during World War II	000
4.3. Jesús Ortiz and Alejandra Semiental on their wedding day	000
4.4. Los Gallos	000
5.1. A birthday party in El Campo, Escondido, 1970	000
5.2. Hitting a piñata at the birthday party in El Campo	000
6.1. Chicano students in what became Chicano Park	000
6.2. Committee on Chicano Rights press conference	000
7.1.	Laura Rodríguez	000
7.2. Chicano Park logo	000
7.3. Detail from "Female Inteligencia" a mural in Chicano Park	000
7.4. Yolanda López, "Portrait of the Artist as the Virgen de Guadalupe" 
8.1. Casitas built in the 1920s in Logan Heights barrio	000
8.2. National Avenue, showing ongoing redevelopment	000
9.1. Light Up the Border confronted by counter-protesters	000
9.2. A cross where Miguel Ángel Casino Ríos was shot to death	000
9.3. Immigrants in "the Soccer Field" before crossing the border	000
2.1. Population of Old Town San Diego, 1850--1870	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mexican Americans -- California -- San Diego -- History.
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights -- California -- San Diego -- History.
Civil rights movements -- California -- San Diego -- History.
Social justice -- California -- San Diego -- History.
Mexican Americans -- California -- San Diego -- Social conditions.
Community life -- California -- San Diego -- Social conditions.
San Diego (Calif.) -- Ethnic relations -- History.