The five volumes of The Journal of California Anthropology published theoretical and substantive materials dealing with ethnology, archaeology, ethnohistory, languages, and arts of the native peoples of Alta and Baja California. The Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology supercedes The Journal of California Anthropology with an expanded emphasis on Great Basin anthropology.
Through an agreement with the Malki Museum, the UC Merced Library has digitized all volumes of the journal to archive and make available the electronic copies for non-commercial purposes, including teaching, research and study. For more information about the journal, please contact:
Malki Museum, Inc.
P.O. Box 578
Banning, CA 92220