Economic Woman: From Eliza Pinckney to Oprah, January - February, 2003, edition of Harvard Magazine features Juana and other American businesswomen.
Walton E. Bean, California: An Interpretive History, (New York, 1973).
Albert Camarillo, The Legacies of Juana Briones, text of speech at the dedication of California Registered Historical Landmark No. 1024 in Washington Square, JBHF, 1997.
Albert Camarillo, letter to Wayne Donaldson, head of the State Office of Historic Preservation, Sacramento, California, February, 2005.
W. S. Clark, oral history interview, Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley.
William Heath Davis, Seventy-five Years In California, San Francisco, 1929.
Florence Fava, Los Altos Hills, Los Altos, 1976.
Melvyn Green and Associates, Inc., Final Report of Field Observations for Juana Briones Site. Prepared for City of Palo Alto. April, 1999.
Mills Act Restoration Report and Construction Cost Estimate Juana Briones Structure. April 6, 2000.
Tom Hunt, oral history interview, Lucretia Van Horne and Edith Cox Eaton, JBHF, 1999.
Juana Briones Heritage Foundation, Application to State Office of Historic Preservation for inclusion of the house on the California Register of Historical Resources, 2000.
Barbara Judy, Site of the Juana Briones House Historic Structure Report, draft, City of Palo Alto, 1997.
C. E. Lyman, Around the Horn, New Haven, 1924.
Mary Lou Lyon, Some More Pioneer Women of Santa Clara County California, vol. 2. Cupertino: Grandma Lyon Enterprises, 1999, pg. 1 - 21.
Signe Mayfield, Marjorie Eaton: Education and Memoir of the Artist, 1901 - 1940, pamphlet written by curator of Eaton exhibit at Palo Alto Cultural Center, 1991.
Marie E. Northrop, Spanish-Mexican Families of Early California: 1769-1850, vol. 1 & 2, (Burbank: Southern California Genealogical Society, 1987).
Palo Alto Weekly, Marjorie Eaton obituary, April 30, 1986.
Regnery collection, Palo Alto Historical Association archives, Palo Alto Main Library.
W. H. Thomes, On Land and Sea, Boston, 1884.
Thompson & West, Historical Atlas of Santa Clara County, San Francisco, 1876.
Barbara Lois Voss, The Archaeology of El Presidio de San Francisco: Culture Contact, Gender, and Ethnicity in a Spanish-Colonial Military Community. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 2002.
The Stories of Juana Briones, Alta California Pioneer by Glenda Richter, for grades 3-5. Bookhandler Press, Bonita, California. 2002
Outrageous Women of the American Frontier by Mary Rodd Furbee, published by Wiley, New York, 2002. Chapter on Juana Briones.
Photo of namesake niece, Juana Briones, daughter of
Painting of De Anza expedition courtesy of Tumacácori National Historical Park, Tumacacori, AZ.
Choris watercolor paintings of the Presidio and Native Californians courtesy of Bancroft Library.
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