Listing of a variety of books about Baja California and Baja California Sur, Mexico. Section One.
30,000 miles in Mexico
by Nell Murbarger
Adventures of two women and a pickup-camper in twenty-eight Mexican states
“Before returning home the adventurous pair had visited 28 Mexican states, had boosted the total of their Mexico ramblings to more than 30,000 miles, and had camped out every night — invariably by themselves in the open country.” 310 pages with index. Red cloth covers with black lettering on front and spine. – jat
Adventures in Baja
My 33 Years of Fascinating Exploration in Mexico’s Exciting Peninsula.
By Mike MaMahan – Revised 1983 edition
Paperback: 205 pages
Publisher: Distribution, McMahan Bros. Desk Co;
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.4 x 0.8 inches
Angler’s Guide to Baja California
The most detailed guide to fishing the Baja Waters ever written.
By Tom Miiler. Illustration by Charles Larson. Baja Trail Publications, Inc., Huntington Beach, California.
Paperback, 6 x 9 inches, 128 pages plus covers. Black and white photography, illustrated maps, and drawings of fish and other sea creatures from the area. There is a dedication to Ray Cannon. – jat
Baja California Mexico by Road, Airplane and Boat
(1970-71 Edition) Paperback – 1970
by Cliff Cross (Author)
Publisher: Cliff Cross (1970)
Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.3 x 0.6 inches. 170 pages, 60 maps of roads cities villages, detailed route logs, side trips, history, hunting fishing, 450 pictures points of interest, resorts hotels, trailer space, camping, important travel information. Very artistic hand drawn maps. – jat
More here: www.oldcabo.com/baja-california-mexico-by-road-airplane-and-boat/
by Marquis McDonald
with Glenn N. Oster
Hardcover: 161 pages
Publisher: Naylor Co; (1968)
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.6 x 1 inches. Shipping Weight: 1 pounds.
Several images by Mr. McDonald are featured on this site. – jat
“A guide to points of interest, tourist facilities and recretional opportunities along major highways and side routes in Baja California, plus detailed information on lodging, restaurants, and campgrounds and trailer parks.”
Paperback: 228 pages
Publisher: Automobile Club of Southern Ca (1995)
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches – jat
Text by Joseph Wood Krutch, Photographs by Eliot Porter
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Sierra Club
Product Dimensions: Paperback
9.4 x 6.4 x 0.5 inches – jat
Product Dimensions: Hardcover Version
10.75 x 13.5 x 0.55 inches – jat
by Tomas A. Robertson (Author)
President of the Committee for Conservation of the Missions of Baja California.
La Siesta Press, Glendale, CA,
Paperback – June, 1978
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: La Siesta Pr (June 1978)
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.4 x 0.4 inches – jat
New book by David Kier, available February 22, 2016.
This book, with over 125 photographs, maps, and drawings, provides the reader with a view of the actions of the Spanish Empire using missions to colonize California. The author’s research resulted in new discoveries and facts which are included in this look at the history and the present conditions of the twenty-seven peninsula missions; many relocated to multiple sites. The nearly 200 missionaries who served in Baja California between 1683 and 1855 are also named.
Neil Kelly and Gene Kira, 1997. Apples & Oranges Publishers, P.O. Box 2296, Valley Center, CA 92082. ISBN 0-929637-05-4. – jat
“The classic Baja fishing guide. Sixty large scale maps, 14 fishing calendars, how & where to fish, lures, rods, reels, launching, camping, driving down Mex 1, remote dirt roads, fish I.D., insurance & regulations, fishing Spanish, trip checklist.”
By Joe Cummings
Series: Moon Handbooks
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Moon Publications (1992)
Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.8 x 7.4 inches
(Sunbelt Cultural Heritage Books) Paperback – November 1, 2014 by Greg Niemann (Author) – jat
Greg Niemann, long-time Baja California journalist and author of Baja Fever, shares his extensive knowledge of the peninsula—its colorful past and booming present—in this easy-to-read reference book. Get to know the “founding fathers” of Baja, the padres, pirates, and pioneers who scratched a living from the desert and the sea, plus the world-famous faces and still-famous places that keep this tiny finger of land in the international spotlight.