Stanislaus Historical Quarterly (SHQ) - Table of Contents

Article Content by Issue

 

Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2008) [Hammond General (Army) Hospital]

Dr. William Alexander Hammond, 2

Hammond General (Army) Hospital (Modesto), 1, 3-16

 

Vol. 1, No. 2 (Summer 2008) [World War II]

Women Serving the War Effort, 18

Our War Stories: Stanislaus County's Band of Brothers, 1, 3-30

Riverbank Aluminum Plant of World War II, 31-36

 

Vol. 1, No. 3 (Autumn 2008) [Barns]

Historical Places in Stanislaus County, 38

Barns, 37, 39-42

George J. Ulrich Construction Company, Modesto, 43

What Is a Barn?, 44

Up in Flames! Barns that Burned!, 44-45

Early Stanislaus County Barns to 1880, 46-48

The Wets and the Drys: Modesto's Anti-Saloon Ordinance of 1912, 49-51

The Way Things Were: Newspaper Stories from the Past, 52-55

The 1912 Olympic Games Held in Stockholm, Sweden, 56

 

Vol. 1, No. 4 (Winter 2008-2009) [Korean War]

Stanislaus County’s Civil Defense during the Korean War, 58, 74

Our Korean War Stories, 57, 59-69

Military Women from Stanislaus County, 71-72

Stanislaus County and the Korean War Draft, 72-74

American Occupation of Japan and Stanislaus County, 75-76

 

Vol. 2, No. 1 (Spring 2009) [Polio]

Historical Places in Stanislaus County, 78

The Polio Epidemic in Stanislaus County, 77, 79-89

The Nature of Polio: Its Characteristics and History, 90-93

Issues of the Day - Polio Epidemic Era, 94-96

 

Vol. 2, No. 2 (Summer 2009) [Houses, Tank Houses, Windmills and Eucalyptus]

Historical Places in Stanislaus County, 98

Stanislaus County Residential Architecture: History and Types, 97, 99-100

American Style Farmhouses - Stanislaus County, 101-102

Italianate Style Farmhouses - Stanislaus County, 103

Town Residences - Stanislaus County, 104

Historical Types of Residential Architecture - Stanislaus County, 105-106

Bungalow Era in Stanislaus County, 107-108

Types of Bungalows in Stanislaus County, 109

Old Photographs of Stanislaus County Houses, 110

Stanislaus County Tank Houses, 111

Stanislaus County Windmills, 112

Stanislaus County Windmills and Tank Houses, 113

Stanislaus County Eucalyptus, 114-116

 

Vol. 2, Nos. 3-4 (Fall-Winter 2009-2010) [Japanese Evacuation]

Introduction, 118

Part 1: Japanese in California, 119-121

Part 2: Japanese in Stanislaus and Merced Counties, 122-126

Part 3: Japanese Evacuation in California, 127-134

Part 4: Local Japanese Evacuation and Merced Assembly Center, 135-145

Part 5: Turlock Assembly Center, 146-148

Part 6: Merced Assembly Center to Amache Relocation Center, 149-152

Part 7: Modesto Bee Articles on Release and Resettlement, 153-156

 

Vol. 3, No. 1 (Spring 2010) [Del Puerto, Broderick, and Grayson]

Grayson Settlement, 158, 165

Del Puerto Canyon and Its Road’s History, 157, 159-165

Founding of Stanislaus County and “the Rest of the Story!”, 166-173

Andrew Jackson Grayson - “Audubon of the West”, 174-183

William S. Jewett’s “The Promised Land”, 184

 

Vol. 3, Nos. 2-3 (Summer-Autumn 2010) [Prohibition]

Prohibition in Stanislaus County, 185

Prohibition Picture Gallery, 186

Part 1A - Temperance and Prohibition in American History: Governmental Control of

Alcoholic Beverage Usage, 186-193

Part 1B - Temperance and Prohibition in American History: Prohibition in Stanislaus

County Newspapers, 194-202

Part 2A - Temperance and Prohibition in California History, California’s Control of

Alcoholic Beverage Usage, 203-206

Part 2B - Temperance and Prohibition in California History: News About Federal

Prohibition in California Found in Stanislaus County

Newspapers, 207-211

Part 3A - Temperance and Prohibition in Stanislaus County History: Dry Ordinances and

Federal Prohibition, 212-219

Part 3B - Temperance and Prohibition in Stanislaus County History: Stanislaus County

Prohibition Crime, Arrest, and Confiscations Found in Stanislaus

County Newspapers, 218-228

 

Vol. 3, Special Issue for Turlock Historical Society (Summer 2010) [Turlock Army Prison]

The Army Needs Men (Turlock Army Rehabilitation Center, 1942-1945), 1-12

 

Vol. 3, No. 4 – Vol. 4, No.1 (Winter 2010–11, Spring 2011) [Westward Movement]

Stanislaus County and the Westward Movement, 229, 231-268.

Hutchings-Newsom Collection, 230

 

Vol. 3, World Series Issue, Part I [Stanislaus County Baseball]

Stanislaus County Baseball, 1870-1930, 1-42

America’s Pastime and Its Beginnings, 43-44

 

Vol. 4, Nos. 2-3 (Summer- Autumn 2011) [Great Depression]

Clashing of American Cultures, 269, 310-312

Great Depression Across the Nation, 271-279

Popular New Words, 279

Great Depression in California, 280-284

Bigfoot and Mate Sighted in 1870, 184

Great Depression in Stanislaus County:

Part 1 – Government, Schools, and Public Utilities, 285-288

Part 2 – Business and Banking, 289-293

Part 3 – Labor, Wages, and Unemployment, 294-300

Part 4 – Relief Aid, 301-306

Part 5 – Agriculture, 307-309

 

Vol. 4, World Series Issue, Part 2 [Stanislaus County Baseball, con’t]

Hughson Merchants – 1938, 46

Stanislaus County Baseball, 1930-1945, 47-63

Various Lineups of Stanislaus County Teams, 64

 

Vol. 4, No. 4 – Vol. 5, No.1 (Winter 2011–12, Spring 2012) [1964-65 Topics]

Changing Times -1964-65 – Stanislaus County, 314 (cover)

News Features from 1964-65, 314, 322, 342, 351

War on Poverty Program in Stanislaus County, 315-316

Popular New Words, 316

Major Publications for 1960-66

Local Human Rights Concerns, 317-319

Status of Stanislaus County Welfare in the Early 1960s, 320-322

Juvenile Delinquency in Stanislaus County, 323-326

Transitional Era in Local School Thought and Practice, 327-330

Free Speech Movement UC Berkeley, 331-339

Social Issues, 340-342

California Proposition 14, 343, 351

Stanislaus County’s Proposition A, 344

Smoking and Cancer, 345-346

Stanislaus County Indians and the California Aqueduct, 347-348

Christmas Eve Flood – 7,000 Acres Underwater, 348-352

 

Vol. 4, No. 4 – Vol. 5, No.1 (Winter 2011–12, Spring 2012 – Bonus Issue) [Vietnam]

Vietnam War, 1964-65, 353 (cover)

Vietnam War Combat, 354, 379-382

The Beginning of U.S. Involvement in the Vietnam War, 355-378

 

Vol. 5, No. 2 (Summer 2012) [Abraham Schell, Knights Ferry, Early County]

Abraham Schell, 383 (cover)

Pierre “Don Pedro” Sainsevan, 384, 412

Abraham Schell, 385-410 (Schoharie, NY and Knights Ferry)

Other Vineyards Near Knights Ferry and La Grange, 411

 

Vol. 5, No. 3 (Autumn 2012) [Miner Walden, Early County]

Miner Walden, 413 (cover)

Miner Walden, Biosketch, 414

Miner Walden and North County Annexation, 415-419

Miner Walden and Election Fraud, 420-431

Miner Walden and Cattle Theft, 432- 435

Miner Walden and Attempted Murder, 436-439

Tuolumne City, 440

 

Vol. 5, No. 4 (Winter 2012) [World War I]

Stanislaus County and World War I (Patriotism, Relief Aid and Homefront), 441, (cover)

Fervent Patriotism, German Phobia, and Sabateurs, Part 1, 442-456

War Work: Food, Clothing, Donations, Bonds, and Volunteers, Part 2, 457-467

From President Woodrow Wilson’s “State of the Union Address,” 468

 

Vol. 6, No. 1 (Spring 2013) [World War I]

Stanislaus County and World War I (Draft, Training, Combat, Casualties, and Letters),

469 (cover)

Stanislaus County’s Fighting Men, 470-481

Letters from Stanislaus County’s Fighting Men, 482-497

World War I Map and Meuse-Argonne Cemetery, 498

 

Vol. 6, No. 2 (Summer 2013) [President Kennedy Assassination Part 1]

Cover, 499

Facts of the Assassination: A Narration, 500-508

Assassination News Read by Stanislaus County Residents, 509-533

Walter Cronkite, CBS News, 533

Operation Mongoose, 534

 

Vol. 6, No. 3 (Autumn 2013) [President Kennedy Assassination, Part 2]

Cover, 535

Reaction to the Assassination: Stanislaus County, 536-546

Profiles in Courage Award, 546

Reaction to the Assassination: Stanislaus County, Letters from the People, Modesto Bee

and Letters to the Editor, Turlock Journal, 547-555

Jack and Jacqueline: A Brief Biography, 556-560

Lyndon B. Johnson: A Brief Biography, 561-562

Lee Harvey Oswald: A Brief Biography, 563-568

 

Vol. 6, No. 4 (Winter 2013) [Stanislaus in Transition: Steamboats to Bridges and Wheat to Peaches]

Founding of Stanislaus County, 1854, 570-573

Chronology of Stanislaus County History Through 1912, 574-578

Stanislaus County: Early Years: Crescent City and Empire City, 579-582

Hill’s Ferry; Frontier Settlement and Crossroads, 583-586

Crows Landing: The Early Years, 587-590

Land Ownership and Agricultural Transition in Stanislaus County, 569, 591-595

Irrigation and New County Agriculture, 594, 596

 

Vol. 6 (Special Issue 2013) [Higher Education Comes to Stanislaus County]

Modesto Junior College: The Beginning, 1921-24, 1-8, 14

Stanislaus State College: The Beginning, 9-14

 

Vol.7, No. 1 (Spring 2014) [Indian, Mexican, and Chinese Ethnicities in Stanislaus County’s History]

Yokuts of Stanislaus County, 602-606

Chinese in Stanislaus County, 607-611

Mexicans in Stanislaus County:

Part 1: Mexico and Mexicans: The Beginning, 612-613

Part 2: Pre-Bracero Period, 1850-1941, 614-616

Part 3: Bracero Period, 1942-65, 617-626

Part 4: Illegal Mexican Farm Workers, 627-628

 

Vol. 7, No. 2 (Summer 2014) [Mexican Farm Worker and Stanislaus County: Bracero Program, 1942-1965]

First Bracero Program – World War II – As appeared in the Turlock Journal, 630-637

Second Bracero Program, 1951-1965 – Stanislaus County and California, 638-657

Parathion Poisoning of Farm Workers in Stanislaus County, 658

Airplane Crash Takes Lives of 28 Braceros – 1948, 657-58

 

Vol. 7, No. 3 (Autumn 2014) [Stanislaus County Railroads: The Early Years]

There’s a Train a’Comin’ - Early Railroad History, 660-666

Railroads and Stanislaus County, 1871-1888, 667-687

Railroads and Stanislaus County, 1889 - 1901, 688

 

Vol.7, No. 4 (Winter 2014) [Stanislaus County Railroads: Continued Early History]

Railroads and Stanislaus County, 1889 - 1901 (continued), 688-699

Railroad Accidents, Fights, and Absolute Danger - Stanislaus County 1872-1901, 700-704

Mishaps in Stanislaus County Railroading - Derailments, Fires, and Collisions, 705-710

The Great Ceres Railroad Robbery Attempt, September 3, 1891, 711-717

Tidewater Southern Railway Co., 718

Modesto & Empire Traction Co., 719

Sierra Railroad, 720

 

Vol.8, No. 1 (Spring 2015) [Automobile and Stanislaus County: First Two Decades]

A Brief Overview of Early Automobile Development: A carriage without a horse, really? 722

Photo Gallery: Horseless Carriages - Machines, 723

First Two Decades:  Stanislaus County Motoring, 724-738 

“Let’s go for a ride in my merry Oldsmobile, Buick, Cadillac, Ford, Franklin, Haynes, Hudson, Mitchell, Overland, Pope-Hartford, Reo, Saxon, Studebaker or White"

Photo Gallery: Motor Trucks, 739

Laws, Speed, Arrests, Courts, Fines, and the Automobile: Beginning of the Era of Stanislaus County Motoring Enforcement, 740-748

Turlock Automobile Agencies: Advertisements from Turlock Journal, 749

Photo Gallery: Motoring Residents of Stanislaus County, 750

 

Vol. 8, No. 2 (Summer 2015) [Stanislaus County Roads, Accidents & Yosemite: Early Decades of Motoring]

An Account of the Changing Roadways: Stanislaus County, 1900-1920 - From Mud-Holes to Asphalt, 752-763

Stanislaus County Motoring Accidents Early Years, 1905 – 1919: Articles From the Stanislaus County News & Turlock Journal -  “Turning Turtle” 746-778

Stanislaus Motorcar Passage to Yosemite Valley 1906-1916: Road to Half Dome, 782, 779-781

 

Vol. 8, No. 3 (Fall 2015) [Tragic Death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.and Stanislaus County - 1968]

The Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Major Events of March-April 1968 As Witnessed by Stanislaus County through the Media And Commented Upon by Local Residents, 784-800

Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Brief Biography, 801-807

James Earl Ray: King’s Assassin, 813

A Brief History of African-Americans, 814, 808-812

 

Vol. 8, No. 4 (Winter 2015) [Robert F. Kennedy California and Stanislaus Presidential Campaign Plus: 1968 Nov. Election]

The Assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy The Major Events of May-June 1968 As Witnessed by Stanislaus County through the Media And Commented Upon by Local Residents

Part One: 1968 Presidential Campaign Begins, 816-819

Part Two: Kennedy’s Campaign Hits Stanislaus County, 819-824

Part Three: Assassination of Kennedy, 824-825

Part Four: The Aftermath, 825-832

Part Five: Editorials, 832-833

Part Six: Letters, 833-834

Part Seven: Conclusion, 834-836

Robert F. Kenney Photos, 837

Sirhan B. Sirhan: Robert F. Kennedy’s Assassin, 838-839

Quotations from Robert F. Kenney, 839 [+836]

Presidential Election November 5, 1968, 840-843

Robert “Bobby” F. Kennedy: A Brief Biography, 844 [+835]

 

Vol.9, No. 1 (Spring 2016) [Pearl Harbor & Letters on Women's Role]

Countdown to Pearl Harbor & Early Stanislaus County Response: As Seen in the Modesto Bee and Turlock Journal, November – December 1941, 846-849

Drama on the Home Front, 849-862

July 1945 Modesto Bee Letters [Women's Role], 863-866

Job Want Advertisements from Modesto Bee, November 28, 1941, 866

Advertisements from the Modesto Bee, November 20, 1941, 867

Local Letters Printed in the Modesto Bee, November-December 1941 & July 1945 - Women’s Role, 868 [+863-866]

 

Vol. 9, No. 2 (Summer 2016) [Atomic Bomb Era:  Stanislaus County’s Reaction to Hiroshima and Nagasaki]

Atomic Bombing of Japan:  As Witnessed by Stanislaus County Residents Through the Modesto Bee and Turlock Journal

Part 1: Prior To Hiroshima Bombing of August 6, 1945, 870-873

Part 2: Atomic Bombing, 873-881

Part 3: 1964 - Prediction the Cold War, 881-884

Last Issue of Stanislaus Historical Quarterly, 886

Castle Air Force Base, 886 [+885]