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Marla Daily

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Marla Daily is an author and historian of the California Channel Islands. She is a prolific author and writer who will also write about the channel swimmers of the Anacapa Island.

Publications[edit]

Daily, Marla 2012. The California Channel Islands. Images of America. Arcadia Publishing: South Carolina, 128 pages

Daily, Marla 2011. Archaeological Evidence of Eagles on the California Channel Islands in Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 32:2 (186-193). Malkai Museum: Banning, CA

Daily, Marla, Paul W. Collins and Brian G. Burd. 2009. Clarence Brockman Linton (1880–1925): Channel Islands Entrepreneur, Ornithological Collector, and Pioneer Mariculturist in Damiani, C.C. and D.K. Garcelon (eds.). Proceedings ofthe 7th California Islands Symposium. Institute for Wildlife Studies, Arcata, CA. Pp. 99–112

Daily, Marla 2005. Richard Diebenkorn & Carey Stanton: A Private Collection Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 136 pages

Daily, Marla with Al and Russ Vail, et al. 1998. Santa Rosa Island Geologic Mapping and Oil Exploration On Dibblee, Thomas W. Jr., John J. Woolley & Helmut E. Ehrenspeck Geologic Map of Santa Rosa Island, Santa Barbara County, California. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Map #2

Daily, Marla and John Woolley, with Al Vail & Russ Vail 1998. Shaded Relief Map of Santa Rosa Island. Illustrated by Joann Tanner Rounds. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Map #1

Daily, Marla 1997. California's Channel Islands: 1001 Questions Answered. Shoreline Press: Santa Barbara, CA, Third edition, 270 pages (Second edition, EZ Nature Books, 1990; First edition, McNally & Loftin, 1987)

Daily, Marla (ed.) 1993. Santa Barbara Island
Occasional Paper Number 6
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 112 pages
_____. (ed.) 1991. Chapel of the Holy Cross 1891-1991 Santa Cruz Island
Occasional Paper Number 5
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 115 pages
_____. 1991. Mission Santa Cruz Island
In Marla Daily (ed.), Chapel of the Holy Cross 1891-1991 Santa Cruz Island
Occasional Paper Number 5, Pp. 1-6.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1991. The Holy Cross Cemetery
In Marla Daily (ed.), Chapel of the Holy Cross 1891-1991 Santa Cruz Island
Occasional Paper Number 5, Pp. 28-55.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1991. Deaths on Santa Cruz Island
In Marla Daily (ed.), Chapel of the Holy Cross 1891-1991 Santa Cruz Island
Occasional Paper Number 5, Pp. 60-70.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla and Wm. B. Dewey 1991. Pictorial History of La Capilla de la Santa Cruz del Rosario
In Marla Daily (ed.), Chapel of the Holy Cross 1891-1991 Santa Cruz Island
Occasional Paper Number 5, Pp. 91-103.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla and Wm. B. Dewey 1991. Centennial Restoration of the Chapel of the Holy Cross
In Marla Daily (ed.), Chapel of the Holy Cross 1891-1991 Santa Cruz Island
Occasional Paper Number 5, Pp. 104-115.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla (ed.) 1990. A Step Back in Time: Unpublished Channel Islands Diaries
Occasional Paper Number 4
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 205 pages
Daily, Marla 1990. California's Channel Islands: 1001 Questions Answered
EZ Nature: San Luis Obispo, CA, Second edition. 284 pages
_____. 1989. The Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island: A New Hypothesis on Her Origin
In California History, Spring/Summer , Pp. 36-41.
California Historical Society: San Francisco, CA
_____. (ed.) 1989. Northern Channel Islands Anthology
Occasional Paper Number 2
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 177 pages
Daily, Marla and Al Vail 1989. Santa Rosa Island: Past, Present and Future
In Northern Channel Islands Anthology
Occasional Paper Number 2, Pp. 96-105.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla and Carey Stanton 1989. Santa Cruz Island: Spanish Period to the Present
In Northern Channel Islands Anthology
Occasional Paper Number 2, Pp. 54-69.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla (ed.) 1989. Santa Cruz Island Anthology
Occasional Paper Number 1
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 161 pages
Daily, Marla and Carey Stanton 1989. Historical Highlights of Santa Cruz Island
In Santa Cruz Island Anthology.
Occasional Paper Number 1, Pp. 79-87.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla 1987. California's Channel Islands: 1001 Questions Answered
McNally & Loftin: Santa Barbara, CA, First edition, 284 pages
_____. 1986. The Northern Channel Islands: Santa Barbara County's Protective Sentinels
In Santa Barbara County Bankcorp Annual Report: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla, with John Cushing, Adrian Wenner, and Elmer Noble 1986.
A Groundwater Hypothesis for the origin of 'Fire Areas' on the Northern Channel Islands
In Journal of Quaternary Research, V. 26, Pp. 207-217.
Daily, Marla 1986. This Little Piggie Stayed Home...
In Santa Cruz Island PreserveNews #22. Winter. Pp. 2.
The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1986. Historical Highlights of Santa Cruz Island
In Ventura Historical Society Quarterly 31: 4. Summer. Pp. 21-27.
_____. 1986. Buster Hyder Returns to Santa Barbara Island
In News Waves. Friends of Channel Islands National Park, V: 3.
_____. 1986. Santa Cruz Island in the Year 1880
In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #21. Fall. Pp. 3.
The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1986. Archive Preserves Island Heritage
In Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Bulletin #98, September
_____. 1986. Wild Turkeys Disappear. Will History Repeat Itself?
In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #20. Summer. Pp. 2.
The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1986. Santa Cruz Island Divided.
In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #19. Spring. Pp. 2.
The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1985. Christmas on Santa Cruz Island with Father Sherman.
In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #18. Spring. Pp. 2.
The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1985. Historical Highlights: Santa Cruz Island. In Southern California Local History Council XV: 1 #43.
_____. 1985. The Santa Cruz Island Company Brand In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #17. Fall. Pp. 3. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla, with John Cushing, Adrian Wenner, and Elmer Noble 1984. Fossil Mammoths from Santa Cruz Island, California. In Journal of Quaternary Research, V. 21. Pp. 376-384.
[Daily, Marla] Carey Stanton 1984. An Island Memoir With a Select Bibliography by Marla Daily Santa Cruz Island Company: Los Angeles, CA, 38 pages
Daily, Marla 1984. Castillero's Claim to Santa Cruz Island Continues In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #11. Spring. Pp. 3. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1983. Historical Highlights of Santa Cruz Island In La Reata. #5, Pp. 14-19. Santa Barbara Corral of the Westerners: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1983. Another Who Tried to Claim Santa Cruz Island In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #10. Summer-Fall. Pp. 3. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1983. The First Private Owner of Santa Cruz Island In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #9. Spring. Pp. 1. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1983. Mission Santa Cruz Island? In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #8. Winter. Pp. 1. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1982. The First Archaeology on Santa Cruz Island In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #7. Fall. Pp. 1 The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1982. Brush Fire Sweeping Santa Cruz Island-Big Blaze is Visible from City-1931 In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #7. July. Pp. 1. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1982. Making of The Rescue In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #5. April. Pp. 1. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1982. Films Made on Santa Cruz Island In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #4. January. Pp. 1. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1981. Fry's Harbor Quarry In Santa Cruz Island Preserve News #3. August. Pp. 2. The Nature Conservancy: Santa Barbara, CA
_____. 1981. Bibliography of the History of Santa Rosa and Santa Cruz Islands In Literature Review of the Resources of Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa Islands and the Marine Waters of Channel Islands National Park, California. Pp. 101-111. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History: Santa Barbara, CA
Daily, Marla and Carey Stanton 1981. Santa Cruz Island: A Brief History of Its Buildings Unpublished manuscript prepared for The Nature Conservancy. 22 pages

Contributions[edit]

Chiles, Frederic Caire 2011. Justinian Caire and Santa Cruz Island: The Rise and Fall of a California Dynasty. Foreword by Marla Daily. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK
Roberti, Betsy Lester. 2008. San Miguel Island: My Childhood Memoir, 1930-1942. Foreword by Marla Daily. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 10. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation.
Ehrlich, Gretel 2000. Cowboy Island: Farewell to a Ranching Legacy. Santa Rosa Island, California. Introduction by Marla Daily. Nita Vail, editor. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation. 136 pages
Petersen, Michele 1998. Once Upon an Island. Foreword by Marla Daily. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 9
Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation. 193 pages Hillinger, Charles 1998. Charles Hillinger's Channel Islands. Foreword by Marla Daily.
Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 8. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation. 256 pages
Gherini, John 1997. Santa Cruz Island. A history of Conflict and Diversity. Introduction by Marla Daily. Washington: The Arthur Clark Company. 265 pages
Allen, Kerry B. 1996. Island of the Cowboys. Foreword by Marla Daily. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 7. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation. 200 pages
Pinney, Thomas 1994. The Wine of Santa Cruz Island. Foreword by Marla Daily. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation. 101 pages
Caire, Helen 1993. Santa Cruz Island. A History and Recollections of an Old California Rancho. Foreword by Marla Daily. Washington: The Arthur Clark Company. 192 pages
Caire, Helen 1990. Señor Castillo. Cock of Santa Cruz Island. Foreword by Marla Daily. Occasional Paper Number 3 Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation. 75 pages

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