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14(2) 1966. FOUR CEMETERIES, SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA, L. Headley.

14(3,4) 1967. WASHINGTON MONUMENT RESURVEY EXPEDITION, B. Laurie, includes: Botanical Observations, D. Wilkins; Regional Study of Mount San Bernardino and Associated Areas, B. Autler.

16(3) 1969. A VISIT TO BIG AND LITTLE PETROGLYPH CANYONS, F.G. Bock, B. Laurie, includes: B PADRE AMABLE OF AGUA MANSA, H.A. Whelan.

16(4) 1969. THE MYTHICAL CONFEDERATE PLOT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, P.H. Wang.

17(1) 1969. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY REGISTERED STATE HISTORICAL LANDMARKS, G.A. Smith, L.B. Belden, & A.M. Haenszel.

17(2) 1969. FUN WITH BIRDS IN THE SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY, J.C. Vaughn, B. Montgomery.

17(4): 1970. CAHUILLAS AND WHITE MEN OF SAN CARLOS AND COYOTE CANYON, F. Thurman.

18(1) 1970. RAIDS AND RAIDERS OF SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY, L.B. Waitman.

18(2,3) 1970. WATCH DOGS OF SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY, CHIEF JUAN ANTONIO AND LORENZO TRUJILLO, D COYOTE CANYON, F. Thurman.

18(1) 1970. RAIDS AND RAIDERS OF SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY, L.B. Waitman.

18(2,3) 1970. WA LAWLESS PERIODS: SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, 1850-1865, L.B. Waitman.

18(4) 1971. OPENING THE MOJAVE RIVER TRAIL, C.J. Walker.

19(2) 1971. THE JEFFERY'S STONES, W. Turner, FOR MOJAV HARPER DRY LAKE, A SURVEY AND SITE REPORT, L. Hidy.

19(4) 1972. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUMS.

20(2) 1973. RECOLLECTIONS, r, "Bear Valley Trip, Aug 7-15, 1899", J.C. Perry; "Early Team and Wagon Trip through the San Bernardino Mountains", W. Zimmerman, "My Recollections of East Highlands, 1908-1920", A. Van Boven.

20(3,4) 1973. THE WHITEWATER STORY, V.M. Stocker.

24(3,4) 1977. GUIDE TO THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUM, G.A. Smith & A. Quinn.

25(1) 1977. HERITAGE: A DESCENDANT'S RECONSIDERATION, K. Lobo.

25(2) 1978. SAN GORGONIO MOUNTAIN: PRESERVING A WILDERNESS, J.W. Robinson.

25(4) 1978. THE SIX BEDFORD BROTHERS AND THE FOUNDING OF UPLAND, B. B. Conley.

26(1) 1978. THE TOPOCK MAZE: COMMERCIAL OR ABORIGINAL?, A. Haenszel.

26(2,3) 1979. QUATERNARY EVOLUTION OF THE SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY, A.O. Clark.

27(1) 1979. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUM GUIDE, A. Quinn, $.75O

27(2) 1979. PETROGLYPHS, A FURTHER STUDY, THE 1978 REPORT ON THE BLACK CANYON PROJECT OF THE MOJAVE DESERT, W. G. Turner.

27(3) 1980. ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT ANTELOPE SCHOOL (LAn-720), AN HISTORIC SITE IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, M.Q. Sutton.

27(4) 1980. GEOMORPHOLOGY AND QUATERNARY HISTORY OF THE SAND HILLS, SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, A.O. Clark.

28(3,4) 1981. THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF SELECTED SPRINGS AND PLAYAS ON FORT IRWIN AND IN PORTIONS OF THE AVAWATZ MOUNTAINS, R.L. Kaldenberg.

29(1) 1981. PETROGLYPH STUDY EXPANDEDCTHE 1979 REPORT ON THE BLACK CANYON PROJECT OF THE MOJAVE DESERT, W.G. Turner & B.S. Trupe.

29(2) 1982. SANTA ANA RIVER BASIN FLOOD HAZARD, W.O. Ahlborn.

30(1) 1982. TEACHERS HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM EDUCATION: A FASCINATING CHALLENGE, A. Quinn.

30(2,3) 1982. A VEGETATIVE GUIDE TO PERENNIAL PLANTS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, F.C. Vasek.

30(4) 1983. PETROGLYPH STUDY DEVELOPING, THE 1980 REPORT ON THE BLACK CANYON PROJECT OF THE MOJAVE DESERT, W.G. Turner & B.S. Trupe.

31(1,2) 1983. OVERLAND, CALIFORNIA TO MEXICO POST-1783, F. J. Johnston, PETROGLYPH FIELD WORK COMPLETED and THE 1981-1982 REPORT ON THE BLACK CANYON PROJECT OF THE MOJAVE DESERT, W.G. Turner.

32(1,2) 1984. CUPLE PETROGLYPHS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, G.A. Smith & M. Lerch, J. Johnsto OPAL CLIFF REPORT, W. Turner.

32(3,4) 1985. AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE STATUS OF THE GAME AND FUR BEARING MAMMALS OF SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY MOUNTAINS, H.M. Hill.

33 (Winter 1986). MIOCENE INVERTEBRATES FROM THE CALICO MOUNTAINS, J. Jenkins.

34(1) 1987. EVERY DAY TRAILS OF THE MANIX QUADRANGLE, E.H. James.

34(2) 1987. AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE BIRDS OF SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY, H.M. Hill & E.A. Cardiff, ICO QUARTERLY PUBLICATIONS OF THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUM ASSOCIATION 1954-1987, A.M. Haenszel, compiler.

35(1) 1988. COMMISSION TO THE MISSION INDIANS, 1891, L.E. Burgess.

35(2) 1988. REV. JUAN CABALLERIA: HISTORIAN OR STORY TELLER? RETHINKING THE 1810 DUMETZ EXPEDITION, B. Harley.

35(3,4), 1988. QUATERNARY HISTORY OF THE MANIX FAULT, LAKE MANIX BASIN, MOJAVE DESERT, CALIFORNIA, S.F. McGill, B.C. Murray,et al., JUAN CABA ABSTRACTS OF PROCEEDINGS--1988 MOJAVE DESERT QUATERNARY RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUM, J. Reynolds, compiler.

36(1) 1989. THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF AFTON CANYON, J. Schneider.

36(2) 1989. NELSON LAKE, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: MUSEUM RECORDS AND COLLECTIONS FROM IMPORTANT EARLY SITES, C. N. Warren & J.S. Schneider, ABSTRACTS OF PROCEEDINGSC1989 MOJAVE DESERT QUATERNARY RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, J. Reynolds, compiler.

36(3) 1989. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CALICO EARLY MAN SITE LITHIC ASSEMBLAGE, R.D. Simpson.

36(4) 1989. DID MISSION SAN GABRIEL HAVE TWO ASISTENCIAS? THE CASE OF RANCHO SAN BERNARDINO, R.B. Harley.

37(1) 1990. THE MINERALOGY OF THE MOHAWK MINE, SAN BERNARDINO CO., CALIFORNIA, W.S. Wise.

37(2) 1990. A LATE PLEISTOCENE (RANCHOLABREAN) FOSSIL ASSEMBLAGE FROM THE NORTHWESTERN MOJAVE DESERT, CALIFORNIA, D.P. Whistler,

37( ABSTRACTS OF PROCEEDINGSC1990 MOJAVE DESERT QUATERNARY RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, J. Reynolds, compiler.

37(3) 1990. THE VERDE LOCAL FAUNA: SMALL VERTEBRATE FOSSILS FROM THE VERDE FORMATION, ARIZONA, N.J. Czaplewski.

37(4) 1990. SAN BERNARDINO NATIONAL FOREST: A CENTURY OF FEDERAL STEWARDSHIP, J.W. Robinson & B.D. Risher.

38(1) 1991. HALLORAN SPRING PETROGLYPHS , W.G. Turner, M THE VERD THE VAN DYKE PAPERS: HISTORIC ROUTES IN THE MOJAVE DESERT, W.Chambers.

38(2) 1991. THE MOJAVE RIVER FORMATION (STRATIGRAPHY AND INTRA-BASIN CORRELATION OF) , CENTRAL MOJAVE DESERT, CALIFORNIA, E.A. Nagy & B.C. Murray, THE VAN DYKE PAPERS: HISTORIC ROUTES IN THE MOJAVE DESERT, W.Chambers.

38(2) 1991. THE MOJAVE RIVER FORMATION (STRATIGRAPHY AND INTRA-BASIN CORRELATION OF) ABSTRACTS OF PROCEEDINGSC1991 MOJAVE DESERT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, J. Reynolds, compiler.

38(3,4) 1991. INLAND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: THE LAST 70 MILLION YEARS. M.O. Woodburne, R.E. Reynolds, D.P. Whistler, eds.

39(1), 1991. THE AGUA MANSA STORY. R. Bruce Harley (ed).

39(2), 1992. THE CONFIDENCE HILLS, SOUTHERN DEATH VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, 3 papers on Depositional Environments (Gomez et al.), Magnetostratigraphy (Pluhar et al.) & Plio-Pleistocene Strata (Beratan and Murray), ABSTRACTS OF PROCEEDINGS, 6TH ANNUAL MOJAVE DESERT QUATERNARY RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, J. Reynolds, ed.

39(3), 1992. MORMONS IN SAN BERNARDINO, A. Haenszel.

39(4), 1992. POSTAL HISTORY OF SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, L. Garrett.

40(1), 1993. LANDERS: EARTHQUAKES & AFTERSHOCKS, R.E. Reynolds.

40(2), 1993. TECTONIC SYNTHESIS OF SAN GORGONIO PASS & SAN TIMOTEO BADLANDS, D.M. Morton & J.C. Matti; OPAL CLIFFS SITE G, A PETROGLYPH STUDY, W.G. Turner; ABSTRACTS FROM PROCEEDINGS, 1993 DESERT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, J.Reynolds.

40(3), 1993. THE SIPHON SITE (CA-SBR-6580), M.Q. Sutton, J.S. Schneider, R.M. Yohe III.

40(4), 1993. AGUA MANSA: SOME COMMUNITY LEADERS, R. Bruce Harley, compiler.

41(1,2), 1994. THE ROCK ART OF BLACK CANYON, W.G. Turner. $20 plus tax.

41(3), 1994. CALICO, COYOTE BASIN & LAKE HAVASU GIANTS. L.W. Patterson, N. Meek, A. Haenszel; ABSTRACTS FROM PROCEEDINGS, 1994 DESERT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, J. Reynolds.

41(4): 1994. ELIAS EVERITT & THE REDLANDS PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO 1897-1924, W. Adams.

42(1), 1995. JOANNE DEAN'S HISTORICAL SAN BERNARDINO COOKBOOK, ed. by R.J. Barber.

42(2), 1995. SHORT PAPERS IN ANTHROPOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY, EDLANDS PHOTOGR P.V. Tobias, A New Paradigm on the Peopling of the New World; A. Haenszel, Tale of a Lost Giant; G. Wilkerson, R.E. Reynolds, D. Lawler, B. Hafus, Fossil Resources Associated with Federal Lands in California, and J. Reynolds, comp., Abstracts from Proceedings: The 1995 Desert Research Symposium.

42(3), 1995. ANCIENT SURFACES OF THE EAST MOJAVE DESERT, R.E. Reynolds and J. Reynolds, eds.

42(4), 1995. BIRDWATCHING IN RIVERSIDE, Cin-Ty Lee.

43(1,2), 1996. PUNCTUATED CHAOS IN THE NORTHEASTERN MOJAVE DESERT, R.E. Reynolds and J. Reynolds, eds, HE EAST MO Abstracts from the 1996 Desert Research Symposium, J. Reynolds, comp.

43(3), 1996. THE AGUA MANSA HISTORY TRAIL, featuring an historical tour of Agua Mansa, La Placita and San Salvador Pioneer Sites, 1842-1893, R.B. Harley, comp. from the 1996 Desert Research Symposium, J. Reynolds, comp.

43(3), 199M.Q. Sutton and J.S. Schneider.

44(1), 1997. MEMORIES, MINERALS, FOSSILS AND DUST, various authors, and ABSTRACTS FROM THE 1997 DESERT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, J. Reynolds, comp.

44(2), 1997. DEATH VALLEY: THE AMARGOSA ROUTE, R.E. Reynolds and J. Reynolds, editors.

45(1,2), 1998. FINDING FAULTS IN THE MOJAVE, J.P. Calzia and R.E. Reynolds, editors, and ABSTRACTS FROM THE 1998 DESERT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, Jennifer Reynolds, compiler.

45(3,4), 1998. THE LAKE MANIX LITHIC INDUSTRY, Ruth D. Simpson, with THE LATE PLEISTOCENE BIOTA FROM LAKE MANIX: PALEONTOLOGICAL AND PALEOGEOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS, George. T. Jefferson.

46(1), 1999. A WALK THROUGH BORATE, Rediscovering a Borax Mining Town in the Calico Mountains, Robert E. Reynolds.

46(2), 1999. FOSSIL FOOTPRINTS, R. E. Reynolds, editor, and ABSTRACTS FROM THE 1999 DESERT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, Jennifer Reynolds, compiler.

46(3), 1999. TRACKS ALONG THE MOJAVE, R. E. Reynolds and Jennifer Reynolds, editors.

46(4), 1999. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CALICO EARLY MAN SITE LITHIC ASSEMBLAGE, The 35th Anniversary Edition, Ruth D. Simpson, introduction by W. C. Schuiling.

47(1), 2000. MINERALS FROM THE MOJAVE, R. E. Reynolds, compiler and editor. Includes Yellow Pine Mining District, Mammoth Mine, Desert View Mine, and Micromineral Photography.

47(2), 2000. EMPTY BASINS, VANISHED LAKES, a field guide to Afton, Baxter, Tecopa, Shoshone, Pahrump and Kingston, R.E. and J. Reynolds, editors.

47(3,4), 2000. FROM NEW MEXICO TO CALIFORNIA: SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY'S FIRST SETTLERS AT AGUA MANSA, R. Bruce Harley.

48(1), 2001. ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT CA-SBR-7691, A MILLINGSTONE HORIZON SITE IN THE SUMMIT VALLEY, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, R.E. Parr, D.J. Scott, and M.Q. Sutton.

48(2), 2001. PIONEERS OF SAN BERNARDINO, 1851-1857, Nicholas Cataldo and Arda M. Haenszel.

48(3), 2001. The Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California's LAKE LE CONTE SURVEY.

48(4), 2002. The San Bernardino County Museum Association COURT OF HONOR, Lois Headley.

49(1), 2002. LIGHTS, LANTERNS, AND LENSES: Images from the Permanent Collections, 1830s to 1930s, Ann Deegan and Michele Nielsen.

49(2), 2002. WOMEN IN AGUA MANSA HISTORY 1838-1997, R. Bruce Harley.

49(3,4), 2002. MEMORIES AND MUSINGS: 50 Years with the San Bernardino County Museum Association, Walter C. Schuiling.

50(1), 2003. Native American Traditions: BASKETS FROM SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. Adella Schroth.

50(2), 2003. USEFUL PLANTS OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAINS. Ray Vizgirdas.

50(3,4), 2003. INDEX TO SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUM ASSOCIATION PUBLICATIONS, compiled by Daniel F. McCarthy, 168 p.ella Schroth.

51(1), 2004. MOMENTS IN TIME: 150 YEARS IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, Michele Nielsen and Jennifer Reynolds, 196 p.

51(2) 2004. A BLAZE OF COLOR: MARY MEIGS ATWATER AND THE GUATEMALAN TEXTILE TRADITIONS, by Ann Cordy Deegan, Ph.D., 124 p.mpiled by Daniel F. McCarthy, 168 p.

51 (3) 2004. Native American Traditions: Hopi Katsinas in the Museum Collections, Adella Schroth with Jennifer Reynolds.

52 (1) 2005. Day Trip 1: Historic Redlands Neighborhoods in South Redlands, by Michele Nielsen

51 (3) 2004. Native American Traditions: Hopi Katsinas in the Museum Collections, Adella Schroth with Jennifer Reynolds.

52 (1) 2005. Day Trip 1: Historic Redlands Neighborhoods in South Redlands, by Michele Nielsen

52 (2) 2005. Crown on a Landscaped Hill: A History of the Yorba & Slaughter Adobe, by Anne Q. Stoll

53(1), 2006. Pottery from the Pueblos. Adella Schroth with Jennifer Reynolds.

53(2), 2006. POINTS IN TIME: The San Bernardino County Museum. Jennifer Reynolds. (CA-SBR-288), Eastern Mojave Desert, California. Mark Q. Sutton.

53(1), 2006. Pottery from the Pueblos. Adella Schroth with Jennifer Reynolds.

53(2), 2006. POINTS IN TIME: The San Bernardino County Museum. Jennifer Reynolds.

53(3), 2007. Collections from China53(4), 2007. ROBBERS MOUNTAIN: Revisiting the archaeology and rock art of Bierman Caves. Helen F. Wells and Claurs J. Backes, Jr.

54(1 & 2), 2007. Butterflies of the Sierra Nevada.Ray S. Vizgirdas.

54(3), 2008. BORAX LAKE: collections at the San Bernardino County Museum, by A.C. Cannon, W.E. Hayden and A.B. Schroth, and A STUDY OF THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF BORAX LAKE REGION by G. A. Smith.

54(4), 2009. Something Resembling an Anthropologist: Papers in Memory of Paul H. Ezell. R. L. Kaldenberg, editor.

55(1), 2009. Day Trip III: Mill Creek Canyon. By Michelle Nielsen and Jennifer Reynolds.

55(2 & 3), 2010. COILED BASKETS FROM THE MORONGO COLLECTION, David D. Earle.

55(4), 2010. "You Don't Know What Lonesome Is." Includes "Afton station … who is buried in the cemetery?" by John V. Richardson, Jr. and "Ya' better believe it: an interview with Cowboy Frank Curtis" by Russell L. Kaldenberg.

56(1,2), 2011. "Recollections." Includes "Bear Valley Trip, August 7—15, 1899” by John C. Perry; “Early Team and Wagon Trip through the San Bernardino Mountains” by Walter Zimmerman, and “My Recollections of East Highlands 1908—1920” by Alice Van Boven.owboy Frank Curtis" by Russell L. Kaldenberg.

56(1,2), 2011. "Recollections." Includes "Bear Valley Trip, August 7—15, 1899” by John C. Perry; “Early Team and Wagon Trip through the57(2), 2013. “Unlocking the Portals of History through the lock and key collection of Scott J. Klemm” by S. J. Klemm.



Special Publications

ANCIENT IMAGES ON STONE, J.A. Van Tilberg (ed).

ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDIES AT ORO GRANDE, C.H. Rector, J.D. Swenson, P.J. Wilke.

CATTLE BRANDS OF SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, G.A. Smith.

INDIAN ROCK ART OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, G.A. Smith, W.G. Turner.

LUGO: A CHRONICAL OF EARLY CALIFORNIA, R.E. Whitehead.

NEWBERRY CAVE, C.A. Davis & G.A. Smith

DEFORMATION ASSOCIATED WITH THE NEOGENE EASTERN CALIFORNIA SHEAR ZONE, SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA AND SOUTHWESTERN ARIZONA, S.M. Richard, ed.

GEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF AN ACTIVE MARGIN, the 1994 GSA Cordilleran Section Guidebook & Volume, S. McGill and T. Ross, eds. $20.00 plus tax.

Mojave Desert Quaternary Research Center Special PublicationsS.M. Richard, ed.

1989. THE WEST-CENTRAL MOJAVE DESERT: QUATERNARY STUDIES BETWEEN KRAMER AND AFTON CANYON, R.E. Reynolds, ed.

1990. AT THE END OF THE MOJAVE: QUATERNARY STUDIES IN THE EASTERN MOJAVE DESERT. R.E. Reynolds, S.G.Wells, R.H. Brady III, J. Reynolds.

1991. CROSSING THE BORDERS: QUATERNARY STUDIES IN EASTERN CALIFORNIA AND SOUTHWESTERN NEVADA, R.E. Reynolds, ed.

1992. OLD ROUTES TO THE COLORADO, R.E. Reynolds, compiler.

1993. ASHES, FAULTS AND BASINS (Anza-Borrego, southern San Andreas and San Jacinto fault zones), R.E. Reynolds, ed.

1994. OFF LIMITS IN THE MOJAVE DESERT (Kramer, Fort Irwin, Avawatz Mts). R.E. Reynolds, Roy Dokka.

1995. ANCIENT SURFACES OF THE EAST MOJAVE DESERT, R.E. Reynolds and J. Reynolds, eds.

1996. PUNCTUATED CHAOS IN THE NORTHEASTERN MOJAVE DESERT, R.E. Reynolds and J. Reynolds, eds, watz Mts). Abstracts from the 1996 Desert Research Symposium, J. Reynolds, comp.

1997. DEATH VALLEY: THE AMARGOSA ROUTE, R.E. Reynolds and J. Reynolds, editors.

1998. FINDING FAULTS IN THE MOJAVE, J.P. Calzia and R.E. Reynolds, editors, and ABSTRACTS FROM THE 1998 DESERT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, Jennifer Reynolds, compiler.

1999. TRACKS ALONG THE MOJAVE, R. E. Reynolds and Jennifer Reynolds, editors.

2000. EMPTY BASINS, VANISHED LAKES, a field guide to Afton, Baxter, Tecopa, Shoshone, Pahrump and Kingston, R.E. and J. Reynolds, editors.

 

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