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U.S. Catholic Historian: New Issue on “West Coast Catholicism” Volume 31, no. 2 Contents: Catholicism on the Pacific: Building a Regional Scaffolding Steven M. Avella “To the Ends of the Earth”: Catholic Women Religious in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco Jamila Jamison Sinlao The Daughters of Charity as Cultural Intermediaries: Women, Religion, and Race in Early Twentieth-Century Los Angeles Kristine Ashton Gunnell “Japanese Trimmings on Our American Catholicity”: Contested Ministry to Japanese Immigrants in Los Angeles, 1912-1925 Michael E. Engh, S.J. E. Charlton Fortune: Precursor to the Renaissance of Religious Art in the San Francisco Bay Area Rebecca M. Berru-Davis BOOK REVIEW William Issel, Church and State in the City: Catholics and Politics in Twentieth-Century San Francisco Kenneth J. Heineman The U.S. Catholic Historian, published by Catholic University of America Press, is a leading scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the history of the Catholic Church in the United States. Since 1981, each issue of this award-winning quarterly is dedicated to a particular theme. The journal prides itself on offering an interdisciplinary approach to U.S. Catholic history, drawing from the talents of historians, theologians, and sociologists, among others. For more information, please contact: Catholic University of America Press 620 Michigan Ave., N.E. / 240 Leahy Hall * Washington, DC 20064 http://cuapress.cua.edu/journals/usch.cfm Phone: 202.319.5052 Fax: 202.319.4985 Email: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CUAPR --