A.T.& S.F. railroad, xxvii, 187

Aaronstein, S., x, 111

Aaronson, Sigfried, xxx, 120

Abafoil, Macon County, Georgia, x, 23

Abandoned Terrazas Mansion Still Retains its Splendor,” art., by Douglas V. Meed, 41, 35

Abarca, Meredith E, rev., 50, 99

Abbo (San Gregorio), New Mexico, i, 137

Abbot, Charles, iii, 65, 66

Abbot, Justice (Eighth Court of Civil Appeals) William G., xxxvi, 130

Abbott, Alice, 39, 84-85; photo, 85

Abbott, Big Alice, xvi, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66

Abel, Mrs Alfred Jean, ii, 14

Abel, Patrick, xxvii, 164

Abernathy, Francis Edward, Julia Hambric and Bryan Wooley, Charreada: Mexican Rodeo in Texas, book note, 48, 212

Abersold, John N., xx, 23

Abersold, Mrs Ruth, xviii, 136

Abert, Lt. James W., iv, 142

Abert, Colonel John G., iv, 142

Abieta, Negrete, 47, 108

Abdu, Sammy, 49, 131

Abiquiu, New Mexico, x, 9

Abó, New Mexico, i, 135, 136, 137, 138

Above and Beyond. . . .: African-American Missourians of Colonel Alexander Doniphan’s Expedition,” art., by Phillip Thomas Tucker, xxxv, 133

Abraham, Arthur, 46,151

Abraham, Arthur and Lucia, 48, 201

Abraham Chávez: El Paso’s Maestro, by Neal Weaver, rev., xxxvii, 104

Abraham Chavez Theater, 44, 5

Acapulco, Mexico, 42, 14

Accounts of Travels Through the Pass of the North, 1580-1880,” art. by Cynthia Farah, xxxv, 181

acequia, 42, 80,82; 44, 21

Acequia Madre de Ysleta, 50, 182

Aceves, Bártolo, xxvi, 166, 171, 180

Aceves, José, xxvi, 165, 166, 171; 50, 31

Achim Nemonium, 40, 17

Achterberg, Mrs. John F., xxi, 135

Acme Saloon (El Paso), x, 9; xix, 120; xxii, 97; xxvii, 182; 48, 71, 74, 75, 76

Acosta, Manuel, 42, 47

Acosta, Manuel G(regorio), xviii, 83-85, 184; xxi, 114; xxii, 139; xxx, 21-26; photo, 20

Across Northern New Mexico with Wislizenus,” ed by Eugene O. Porter, arts., Part 1, xix, 82-88; Part 2, xix, 133-146; Part 3, xx,25-47

Across the Rio to Freedom, by Rosalie Schwartz, rev., xx, 39

Active Battalion of Chihuahua, 43, 56, 58

Activities of your El Paso County Historical Society, xx, 42-46, 137, 184; xxiii, 40, 76, 117, 154; xxiv, 92,133, 187; xxv, 40, 90, 136, 181

Adair, W.R., i, 111, 126

Adams, Professor Arthur K., xxviii, 104-105

Adams. Bill, xxvii, 166; 42, 46, 47, 48; 49, 85, 131

Adams, J.B., 47, 45

Adams, “Bull,” vii, 72

Adams, James M., xxv, 119

Adams, Lt. John, xvii, 61

Adams, Mrs. John, xvii, 61

Adams, John Quincy, ix, 65, 70, 72; 50, 12

Adams, Margo Burchell, art., “Tribute to Alice Pierce Barry,” xxxviii, 21

Adams, Samuel, xxi, 6

Adams, Shorty, xix, 116

Adams, Verdon R., Tom White: The Life of a Lawman, rev., xvii, 200-202; Methodism Comes to the Pass, rev., xx, 94; Border Patrol, rev., xxiii, 157; ed., Peeks at the Pass, rev., xxviii, 86, Methodism Comes to the Pass, xxix, 104; art., “A Church is Born,” xxx, 133; art., “Warden White recalls the La Tuna Years,” xxviii, 85

Adamson, Carl, xvi, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 57

Addams, Jane, xxii, 161

Adee, Alvey A., iii, 89

Adios Nuevo Mexico: The Santa Fe Journal of John Watts in 1859, trans., edited and annotated by David Remley, book note, 47, 102

Adobe Estancia (country home), 41, 71

Adobe Horseshoe Theater Restaurant, 41, 114

Aero Corporation of California, xvii, 112

African- American members of Col. Alexander Doniphan’s Expedition, xxxv, 8, 34

African American West: A Collection of Short Stories, by Bruce A. Glasrud and Laurie Champion, rev., 46,48

African Texans, The, by Alwyn Barr, rev., 49, 154

Agapito, Don, 43, 93

Agnew, Mrs. Frank J. (Helen Kettler), xii, 111; xiv, 8

Agnew, Pat, iii, 74

Agriculture, El Paso Valley (19th Cent. and previous), xxxi, 66-72 passim, 147-152 passim; (1872-1897), xxxii, 108-115 passim; early 19th century, xxxv, 184, mid-19th century, xxxviii, 78, 81

Agriculture in the El Paso Valley; 1821-1870,” by Helen Orndorff, art., x, 137-144

Agua Escondida paraje, 43, 163

Agua Fria, New Mexico, xviii, 25

Aguilar, Candido, 45, 79

Aguilar, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo, xvii, 194

Aguirre, Ben, xxvi, 127, 129

Aguirre, General Jesus Mariá, iii, 98, 101

Aguirre, General Simón, iii, 98

Aguirre, John art., “The House With Peace,” xxviii, 23

Aguirre, Steve, xviii, 42; 49, 67

Agustin de Iturbide, 50, 15

Ahearn, Mrs. D.C., xx, 143

Ahouse, John B., xxi, 34; xxii, 83

Ahumada, Governor of Chihuahua, xii, 120

Ahumada, Governor Miguel (Chihuahua), xviii, 102; 41, 131; 49, 139

Ahumada, Miguel, xxvii, 112

Aikman, Duncan, xxxvi, 40-42 passim

Ailman, Henry B., 47, 44

Ainsa, Alexander, 49, 110

Ainsa, Enid (Mrs. Eugene Callahan), xvii, 85; xxi, 13

Ainsa, Francis, xvii, 85

Ainsa, Mrs. Francis (Evelyn Fraser), xvii, 85

Ainsa, Mr. and Mrs. Francis, xxii, 176

Ainsa, Frank S., xvii, 84, 85; xxiii, 176; 49, 110, 113

Ainsa, Frank and Evelyn, 47, 190

Ainsa, Mrs. Frank S. (Roselle McNamee), xvii, 84, 85

Ainsa, Manuel, 49, 110

Ainsa, Marian (Winkie) (Mrs. John Breitling Coulter), xvii, 85; xxi, 73

Ainsa, Marion (Mrs J.B. Coulter), xi, 133

Ainsa, Patricia (Baroness Istban de Korranyi), xvii, 85

Ainsa, Richard, 49, 110

Ainsa, Richard and Desiré, 47, 190

Ainsa House, The, xvii, 84, xxi, 110

The Air Age Comes to El Paso,” art. ed. by Clinton Hartmann, xxxiii, 175

Air Mail Day” (October 15, 1930), xxxiii, 179-180

Airdome Theater, xxi, 110

Airlines serving El Paso area (1928-1988), xxxiii, 178, 184 passim

Akawa, Fukima, 42, 14

Ake, Jeff, xvi, 51

Akers, Bert, rancher, 42, 71

Akers, Jo-Bette, x, 117

Akihito, Crown Prince, 42, 161

Alabama Street, 42, 114

Alameda Avenue, 43, 143; 47, 87; 49, 9, 27, 30, 31, 33, 83; 50, 183

Alameda Street, 44, 97; 46, 45

Alamillo, New Mexico, i, 136

The Alamo, by Adina de Zavala, rev., iii, 124

The Alamo, by Walter F. McCaleb, rev., vii, 122

The Alamo, brief history, xxxviii, 176-180; photo, c., 1896-1912, 176

Alamo, Battle of, 42, 170

Alamo Express, newspaper, xx, 121

Alamo Mountain, iii, 135

Alamo Mountain Spring (Ojo de los Alamos), xxxi, 131, 133

Alamo Park, xxviii, 126

Alamo School, xxiv, 13; xxviii, 126; 44, 169

Alamo Springs, iii, 135

Alamogordo, New Mexico, xvi, 72; xxii, 156

Alamogordo-Cloudcroft Railway, xxiv, 37

Alamos (New Mexico), xviii, 73

Alarcón, Juan, 50, 43

Alarcon, Lorenzo, 41, 109, 114

Alarcon, Lorenzo G., xxii, 127; 40, 140

Alarcón, Mrs. Paca, i, 44

Alarcon, Richard, 42, 40

Alarcón, Teodora, 50, 39, 43

Alarcon Road, 50, 178, 179

Albers, A.K., xiv, 53, 54n; 44, 176

Albert Baldwin Health Resort, The, 42, 110

Alberts, Don. E., The Battle of Glorieta: Union Victory in the West, rev., 44, 44

Albillar, Victoriano, xix, 58

Albo, Agapito, 43, 166

Albuquerque, New Mexico, iii 17; iv, 106, 107, 11; v, 32, 105,133; vii, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30; x, 9, 32, 87; xvi, 14, 69; 42, 6,15

Alcala, Don José, xxv, 76

alcalde de aguas, 44, 21

Alcarjar, Manuel, xii, 82

Alcibar, José de, xvii, 102

Alconedo, Jose Luis Rodrigues, xvii, 102

Aldaco, Leigh Burges Mangan, art., “Into the Mysterious Basement in Sunset Heights,” 50, 189

Alden, Dr., vi, 92

Alden, Mrs. Charles, xxiii, 96

Alderete, Abe, 42, 141

Alderete, Benigno, xxiv, 101; xxix, 68; 41, 77; 50, 112

Alderete, Frank, 50, 146

Alderete, José de, 47,178, 180, 181

Alderete, Josefa, 47,179

Alderete, Luciana de, 47,180

Alderete, Martin C., xxiv, 102

Alderete family (Ysleta), xxviii, 159

Alderete-Candelaria House (Wyngs Restaurant), Ysleta, xxxvi, 165

Aldrich, Linda Harvey and John D. Wirth, Los Alamos: The Ranch School Years, 1917-1943, rev., 49, 103

Aldrich, W.H., 40,

Alearon, Luis, 49, 192

Alegria, xvii, 30

Alencastre, Spanish Governor of New Mexico, xvi, 97, 99, 100

Alessio, John, xxxiv, 9

Alex Sweet’s Texas—The Lighter Side of Lone Star History. ed. by Virginia Eisenhour, rev., xxxi, 218

Alexander, Bennie (Ben), xv, 92; xviii, 42

Alexander, David V., Arizona Frontier Military Place Names, rev., 44, 192

Alexander, Major E.B., 48, 28

Alexander, Lt. Col. Edmund B., xxx, 190

Alexander, Colonel Edmund Brooks, iv, 97, 104; viii, 18, 19, 21, 22.

Alexander, Dr. E.W., iv, 117n; xii, 82

Alexander, Dr. Edward, xxxii, 100

Alexander, Frank J., 47,109

Alexander, Henry, xviii, 51

Alexander, Jim A., photographer, 49, 81

Alexander, Stegar, xxviii, 28

Alexander’s Addition, 108-109

Alexandre Daguerre, Pioneer Trader at the Pass of the North,” art. by Nancy Hamilton, 48, 119

Alferez, Enrique, xxvi, 106, 118

Alferez Ranch (Mexico), xvi, 24

Alfonte, Mrs. James (Mary Gates Redmond), xi, 133

Alfonte, Mary Gate, 50, 109

Alger, R.A., xxiii, 9

Alguin, Phil (Benito Baca), xx, 99

Alias Billy The Kid by C.L. Sonnichsen and William V. Morrison, rev., i, 106-107

Alien Land Law of 1913, 42, 159,160

alien smuggling, 42, 9

Aliskey, Marvin, the Governors of Mexico, rev., xi, 40-41

“‘ALL ABOARD!’ The Interurban to El Paso High, 1913-1917,” art., by Martha Patterson Peterson, xxviii, 153

All is Well,” by Mary Means Scott, art., xx, 162

All Our Yesterdays,” by Conrey Bryson, art., xix, 169-171

All Saints Church, xxi, 150

Allaire, Colonel William H. xv, 62, 63

Allard, Father William J., x, 123

Allen, Buddy, 46, 151

Allen, Frank J., xix, 9

Allen, George, xxiv, 104

Allen, Captain James, xx, 17

Allen, G. “Cap” Falby Collection, The, xvi, 127-129

Allen, General Terry, 46, 200

Allen, Major Terry, 49, 23

Allen, Maj. Gen. Terry de la Mesa, xxxv, 172; as Maj. Allen, 171-176; photo (as Maj.), 175

Allen, Mrs. Terry La Mesa (Mary Francis Robinson), xi, 133

Allen, Jr. Mrs. Terry (Jean Ponder), xi, 133

Allen, William Frederick, xii, 46, 49, 59

Allentown, Pennsylvania, xvi, 7

Alleyton, Texas, x, 23

Alligators, San Jacinto Plaza, xxxiii, 132, 136n

Allis, Anne M., art., “The Cristero Revolt; The Mexican Revolution,” 48, 182

Allison, Captain James B., xxv, 63

Allison, L.R. (Riley), xxxiv, 7-8; photo, 8

Allred (Texas Governor) James, xxxiv, 180, 183

All-Mines Day, xvi, 162

Almanzan, Roman, xvi, 22

Almaraz, Dr. Felix Diaz, xvii, 104

Almaraz, Félix D., Tragic Cavalier: Governor Manuel Salcedo of Texas, 1803-1813, rev., xxxvii, 204

Almondrain, Josefá, 50, 70, 72

Almondrain, Juana, 50, 66, 68

Along the Early trails of the Southwest, by Wayne Gard, et al rev., xiv, 119

Alpine, Texas, xii, 72

Alta Vista Elementary School, 41, 163

Alta Vista School, xxvii, 34

Altamirano, Teresa de, 45, 109

The Altar Bell of La Trindad” by Richard T. Copenbarger, art., xiv, 22-24

Altar, Sonora (Mexico), iv, 91, 93

Alter, Judy, Elmer Kelton and West Texas; A literary Relationship, rev., xxxiv, 201

Altman, C.D., 49, 121

Altman Apartments (1620 Mesa Ave.), 49, 121

Alton, Illinois, xvii, 51

Altura, Texas, xxxiii, 83

Altura Boulevard, 49, 32

Alvarado, Fernando, xxiv, 180

Alvarado, Salvador, general, 45, 78,84

Alvarez, Joaquin, xi, 72, 74

Alvarez, Kate, 49, 74

Alvarez, Mateo Sanchez, 50, 6

Alvarez, Rafael I., 47,108

Alvarez, Mr., xviii, 25

Alvaro Obregón: Power and Revolution in Mexico, 1911-1920, by Linda B. Hall, xxxiv, 201

Alvedres, Manuel, 50, 45

Alvidrez, David, 46, 126

Alvin, Robert, x, 51n

Alvo, Antonio, 43, 62

Amador, Emilia, 43, 166

Amador, Maria, 48, 130

Amador, Martin, 43, 165,166; 46, 184

Amador, Don Martin, iv, 115n; xiv, 16

Amador, Richard, xxxi, 195

Amador Hotel (Las Cruces, New Mexico), iv, 115n

Amador y Trias, José, 50, 47

Amarillo, Texas, 42, 11

Amaya, Gabino, xvi, 22

Amberg, Jacob, 42, 168

The Ambidextrous Historian, by C.L. Sonnichsen, rev., xxvi, 190

Ambush at Cowboy Park,” art. by Art Leibson, xxxv, 195

Amen Wardy (Dress Shop), xvi, 177

America’s Abandoned Military Posts, 46, 145

American Airlines, xvii, 114; xxxiii, 180-184 passim

American Anti-Tuberculosis League, 43, 16

American Association For State and Local History, i, 143; vi, 21; xxiv, 3, 144; xxviii, 81, 151

American Association of University Women, xvii, 162

American Bank of Commerce (El Paso), xix, 218; xxi, 141

American Bank of Commerce Building, xxviii, 73; xxx, 89-94; photo (1909), 91; photo (1984), 92

American Boundary Commission, xxx, 16ff

American Brass Company, 49, 7

American Canal, vii; 14

American Candy Kitchen, 47, 34

American Climatological Association, xxi, 143

American College of Chest Physicians, xxii, 81; 42, 112, 113

American Contract Bridge League, Unit 159 (El Paso), xxx, 138-141 passim

The American Cowboy, by Joe Frantz and Julian Ernst Choate, Jr., rev., i, 73-74

American Dam, 47, 145

American Divisional Canal, vii, 14

American European Associates (A.E.A.), 46, 95

American Federation of Labor, v, 10, 14, 18

American Field Ambulance Service, xxiii, 71

American Grocery Company, xviii, 63

American Indian Food and Lore, by Carolyn Niethammer, rev., xix, 226

The American Indian: Then and Now, by Gertrude M Golden, rev, iii, 38-39

American Legion Home, 44, 72

American Mail Company, iv, 82

American Mercury, xxv, 69

American National Bank, xxvii, 140

An American Original: The Life of J. Frank Dobie, by Lon Tinkle, rev., xxx, 51

American Punitive Expedition, xxviii, 62, 127, 160-161

American Smelting and Refining Company, xxii, 186; xxiv, 19; xxx, 30-39 passim; 41, 186; (ASARCO), 42, 11, 55, 108, 125, 170; 44,181; 47,141; 49, 7

ASARCO, INC., xxii, 185; xxiv, 23, 57, 62

American Southwest: Its People and Cultures, The by Lynn I. Perrigo, rev., xvi, 175-176

American Wholesale Grocery Company (El Paso), xvi, 107

Ames, N.P. Foundry, 44, 55, 72

Amparan, Oscar, 48, 93

Ampudia, General, xx, 29, 37

An Old-Fashioned Christmas,” art., by Marilyn Gross, 43, 34

Anaconda Copper Mining Company, 49, 7

Anapara, New, Mexico, xi, 21

The Anatomy of a Historical Novelist,” art. by Francis L. Fugate, xxxvii, 75

Anchondo, Janie, 41, 180

Ancient Peoples of the Southwest; A.D. 1250, by Lawrence W. Cheek, rev., 40, 51

And All Through the House,” photo essay by Lea Vail, 44, 36

And God Said, ‘Build Fences,’” poem by Mary Caldwell, xxxii, 198

And the Rains Came,” by Marilyn Gross, 42, 186

Anderson, A.H., 49, 193

Anderson, Lt. A.L., v, 26

Anderson, Charles, x, 151

Anderson, Clifford, xix, 9

Anderson, Donald W., 48, 140, 141

Anderson, Mrs. F. David (Daurice Vowell), xiii, 121

Anderson, Mayor J.E., xxi, 136

Anderson, Mrs. J.E. (Georgiana), iii, 138

Anderson, J. Edward, El Paso mayor, 45, 57,127

Anderson, Joseph Q, com. and ed., With the Bark On: Popular Humor of the Old South, rev., xii, 59-60

Anderson, Marian, xxvii, 27

Anderson, Mark Cronlund, Pancho Villa’s Revolution by Headlines, rev., 45, 197

Anderson, Miss May, xxv, 72

Anderson, Sherwood, xxii, 157

Anderson, Walter H., i, 64, 64n

Andre, Ed, 46, 151

Andre, Major John, ii, 103

Andreas, Angustus G., xiv, 43

Andreas, Herman, v, 151

Andreas, V.B., xxv, 73

Andreas, Vince, ii, 15

Andreas, Vincent, 49, 124

Andrews, Otis, xxix, 96

Andrews, Rayma, L., photo by, xxiii, 63

Ange Street, 46, 86

Angel Alcazar de Valesco, xxii, 147

Angel, Frank Warner, 44, 135

Angelus Hotel, 47, 85

Angeles, Felipe, iii, 150, 152

Angeles, General Felipe, xxiv, 58, 64

Angelus Hotel (1911), xxxiii, 194, photo, 195

Angelus Hotel (El Paso), xvi, 139

Angerstein, Mrs. Cenobia M., vii, 44

Angerstein, Ernest, vii, 43, 44, 46, 47, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 61; viii, 45

Angerstein, Eugene, 46, 181

Angerstein, G. Edwin, 44, 173, 174-175

Anglo-American colonial period, Texas, xxxviii, 182-183

Anglos and Mexicans in the Making of Texas, 1836-1936, rev., xxxiii, 100

Angostura, Mexico, xvi, 117

Angrytown and its Beacon: A Reminiscence,” by Chris P. Fox, art., xvii, 106-109

Angus, Barbara J., and Rene Harris, art., “The Bottling Industries of Early El Paso,” xxxviii, 143 (See also Ardus, Barbara J.

Ankrim, Joel E., xxvii, 59

Ankrim, Joel L., xxiv, 155

Ankrim, Judge Joel L., iv, 98

Ankrim, Joel L. (judge), 48, 27

Annie Laurie Home, 42, 113

Annie Oakley, by Shirl Kasper, rev., xxxvii, 201

Anniversary of an Arrival: Samuel C. McVey of El Paso,” art. by Winifred McVey Middagh, xxxii, 193

Anonymous, “Thomas Calloway ‘Tom’ Lea,” 46, 23

Anstand, C.J., 42, 69

Antelope (Kent), Texas i, 103

Anthony, Mark, xxii, 18

Anthony, New Mexico, iii, 108; 42, 14

Anthony, Texas/New Mexico, xxxvi, 136

Antilla, v, 79

Anti-Saloon League, v, 16

Anti Slavery in the Southwest - William G. Kephart’s Mission to New Mexico, by Lawrence R. Murphy, rev., xxiii, 157

Antiques in Texas, by Mary Ellen Porter, rev., xxi, 40

Antone, Dr. Evan Haywood, xvii, 34, 47; xviii, 90, note, 93, 186; xix, 161, 164; xx, 39; “A Backward Glance,” art., xxv, 143; photo, xxv, 101; xxiii, 76; Border Boom Town, rev., xxiii, 159; xxii, 86, 134, 179, Down went McGinty, rev., xxii, 191; xxiv, 44, 133; Hall of Honor Address, xxiv, 143; The President’s Letter, xxiv, 99; rev., xxviii, 85; From Strength to Strength: A Centennial History of the First Presbyterian Church of El Paso 1882-1982, xxix, 72-78 passim; ed., Portals at the Pass, Area Architecture to 1930, revs., xxx, 49, 51; Tom Lea: His Life and Work, rev., xxxiii, 47, rev., xxxiv, 150; art., “Three Stopovers in El Paso,” xxxvi, 171; rev., 39, 101; rev., 41, 51; rev., 41, 102; Hall of Honor: Tribute to Dr. Diana Natalicio, 43, 121; Hall of Honor: Tribute to Major Jefferson Van Horne, 43, 119; art., “‘Quickie Divorces’—Do You Remember?” 50, 46

Antonio Bonilla, 41, 17

Antonio de Otermín, 50, 34

Antonio de Tejada, 50, 9

Antonio de Trespalacios, Francisco, 46, 64

Antonio de Zubiría, José, 50, 71

Antonio Trujillo: San Elizario’s Long-Term Constable,” art., by Bill Lockhart, 39 179

Antrim, Catherine, xvii, 173, 174

Anza, Juan Bautista de, ix, 138; xxi, 99

Anza, Juan Bautista de, governor, 45, 111; 46, 145; 47, 175

Aoy, O.V., xx, 16

Aoy, Olivas, Villanueva, xxvii, 26; xxxiii, 17; xxxv, 95-99

Aoy, Professor, 50, 114

Apache Annie (Waska-Na-Chay), iv, 83

Apache Canyon (New Mexico), iii, 16, 17; vi, 132, 133; 44, 59

Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver, by Frank Dobie, xx, 152

Apache Indians, xvi, 99; xxi, 48; xxiv, 76, 156; xxviii, 8-14 passim, 165-170 passim; 47, 43, 178 (See also Mescalero Apaches, San Carlos Apaches and Warm Springs Apaches).

Apache Jack Gordon: Desperado of the Pass,” art. by Wayne R. Austerman, xxxiii, 55

Apache Mothers and Daughters, by Ruth McDonald Boyer and Narcissus Duffy Gayton, rev., xxxviii, 102

Apache Pass (Arizona), xvi, 131; 41, 12

Apache raiders, 41, 11, 61, 62, 71, 76

The Apache Rocket, (Fort Davis newspaper), 40, 164

Apaches, ii, 81, 82, 84, 85, 107; ix 91; xviii, 161; 43, 77; 44, 91

Apaches (Mescalero), xiv, 109

The Apaches,” by Albin Smith, art., ii, 81-86

Apaches and Longhorns, ed. Frank C. Lockwood, rev., xxviii, 146

Apodaca, Desiderio, i, 7

Apodaca, Dolores, xii, 80

Apodaca, José, 45, 109; 46, 61

Apodaca, Rosa, xxx, 76-77

Apollinaris Company Mineral Water, 42, 98

Apostolides, Alex, art., “Wilderness Park Museum: Your Window on Our Yesterdays,” xxviii, 181

Applegate, Howard G. and C. Wayne Hamselka, La Junta de los Rios Del Norte y Conchos, rev., xix, 161

Applezoller, Jake, xxvii, 122

Arabic-Speaking Immigration to the El Paso Area, 1900-1935,” art. by Sarah E. John. xxxviii, 159

Aragon Draw, 47, 73-80

Aranda, Maximo, i, 4; xii, 58, 80

Arango, Doroteo (Pancho Villa), i, 14, 15, 16, 17; xiv, 94; xvi, 21

Arasim, Jo Anne, Mimbres Mythology, rev., xxiv, 190

Arbuckle Brothers, 40, 45

Arbuckle, Fatty, xxv, 72

Arbuckles: The Coffee That Won the West, by Thomas E. Sheridan, rev., 40, 43

Arce, Captain Don Francisco Antonio de, ix, 92, 137, 138

Arce, Jose Antonio de, xxxiii, 110

Arce, Governor José Antonio, 41, 136, 139

Archer, Bertha, 46, 41

Archer, Homer T., 48, 103

Archer, Jno., xii, 35

Archer, M.L. xv, 133

Archer, Mrs. O.L., xxi, 159

Archer, Rosita Partida, 46, 41

Archer, Captain Samuel, vi, 135; x, 30

Architects, early 20th Century, El Paso, xxxv, 74, 111-118 passim; xxxvi, 73-79 passim; see also 100, notes 1 and 5

Architects, El Paso, xxiv, 181

Archive of the Indies (Seville, Spain), xxxii, 178-182 passim

Archives of the Archdiocese of Durango, 44, 108

Archives of the Ayuntamiento of Cuidad Júarez (See Júarez Cathedral Archives)

Archivos del Arzobispado de Durango, 47, 131

Archuleta, Colonel Diego, vii, 97; 43, 180

Archuleta, Ed, 47, 187

Archuleta, Mike, xxiv, 87

Archuleta House, Ysleta, xxxvi, 170

Ardinger, William O., vii, 98

Ardus, Barbara J., art., “Museum Notes,” xxviii, 80; art., “Quilt Day in El Paso,” xxx, 44 (See also Angus, Barbara J.)

Arellano, Enrique, xxii, 187

Argonaut, The, 42, 88

Argonauts, xii, 14; xvi, 38

Arista, General, xvi, 118

Arizona, ii, 72

Arizona and Southeastern Railroad, ii, 78,79

Arizona Daily Star, xxii, 77

Arizona in the 50’s, by James H. Tevis, rev., i, 71-72

Arizona #1 and #2 (bars), 47, 37

Arizona Frontier Military Place Names, by David V. Alexander, rev., 44, 192

Arizona, A History, by Thomas E. Sheridan, rev., 40, 103

Arizona-Montana-Rio Grande Neighborhood, xxvii, 168

Arizona Star, 41, 17

Arizona Street, 42, 108; 48, 147

Arizona Street carline, 49, 34

Arizona Territory, 39, 88

Arizona, University of, Tree Ring Laboratory, xx, 51

Arizona’s Dark and Bloody Ground, by Earle R. Forrest, rev., xxx, 104

The Arizonian (newspaper), 39, 90, 92

Arkansas River, iv, 142; xvi 94, 95; xix, 29

Armendariz, Albert, Sr., xxxvi, 130

Armendariz, Christie C., art., “The First Japanese in El Paso, 1890-1914,” 3; art., “A Spy Among Us,” 42, 159

Armendariz, Filberta R., 41, 78

Armendariz, J.A. (Joe), xxxvi, 151

Armendariz, Juan, xxix, 68; 41, 76; 50, 43

Armijo, Charles, xviii, 184

Armijo, Manuel, 50, 66, 67

Armijo, Gov. Manuel, 43, 4,178,180; 44, 114,115

Armijo, Governor (New Mexico), xviii, 23

Armijo, Governor of New Mexico, vii, 9

Armijo Family, xxii, 119

Armijo House, (Las Cruces, New Mexico), xxxv, 167

Armitage, Selley, Bones/Incandescent: The Pajarito Journals of Peggy Pond Church, rev., 48, 112

Armitage, Susan and Elizabeth Jameson, eds., The Woman’s West, rev., xxxii, 199

Arms, Indians and the Mismanagament of New Mexico, by Donaciano Vigil, 1846, 1846, ed. and trans. by David J. Weber, rev., xxxi, 216

Armstrong, Bob, xix, 115, 116

Armstrong, Frank, xix, 115, 116

Armstrong, John, xix, 117

Armstrong, Reba Elliot, xix, 11, 12

Armstrong, Robert C., 42, 40

Armstrong Field, 43, 130

Armstrong’s Academy (Choctaw Seminary), iv, 17

Army and Navy News, The, xxv, 59

Army E Award, 47, 18

Army of the West (War with Mexico), xv, 82

Army Regulars on the Western Frontier, 1848-1861, by Durwood Ball, book note, 48, 211

Army Road - Building in New Mexico Territory: 1854-1961,” by Jack L. Cross art., v, 5-18

Army Town,” by Richard K. McMaster, art., vi, 132-133

Army Transport, General R.E. Howze, xii, 73

Arnall, Governor Ellis, xx, 86

Arnold, Alice C., xxiv, 124

Arnold, Hap, 45, 38

Arnold, Henry, vi, 142

Arnold, Philip, xviii, 107, 108, 109; 47, 93

Arnold, Sam’l P., Eating Up the Santa Fe Trail, rev., xxxvii, 103

Arnold, Wayne, xxv, 81

Arny, W.F.M., vii, 47, 59

Arredondo, Eliseo, Mexican ambassador to U.S., 42, 63

Arrierta, José Maria, 50, 9

Arrieta, Don José de, ix, 138

Arrieta, Don Josef Antonio de, xxi, 52

Arrillaga, Paredes, xvi, 117, 118

Arriola, Mayor of Juarez, xiii, 88

Arroyo de San Marcos de Cantarrecio, 48, 11

Arroyo Seco (Mexico), xviii, 174

Art By and For the Bilingual,” by José Cisneros, art., xvii, 99-105

Art Institute of Chicago, xx, 151

Arthur E. Stillwell: Promoter with a Hunch, by Keith L Bryant, Jr., noted, xvii, 37

Arthur, President Chester A., xiii, 88

Arthur Kline and Company, 49, 113

Artifacts, 41, 63

An Artilleryman in Mexico - 1916”, by Richard K. McMaster, xv, 58-71

Artillery and Guided Missile Center, 46, 134, 139

Arts & Crafts Guild (late 1920s), xxvi, 116-117

Arts and Crafts Study Club, xxi, 139

Arts Festival Plaza, 44, 5

As Good a Western Town as Can Be Found,” art. by Elizabeth Blanton Hill McAlmon, 45, 143

Asbury Methodist Church, xxviii, 107; 46, 130

Ascarate, Juana, 48, 20

Ascarate (El Paso), Texas, vi, 24

Ascarate Park, 47, 89, 49, 11

Ascarate, town of, 47,90

Ascarate, TX., 49, 5, 9, 11, 31, 56

Ascencio, Riza, xxi, 93

Ascensión, Mexico, xii, 6

Ash, A. Terrill, xxv, 81

Ash, Alvin, xix, 114

Ashburn, Frank D., xvii, 168

Ashburn, Colonel P.M., xvii, 168, 169, 172

Ashby, Nanette M., ix, 158

Ashcroft, Bruce, The Territorial History of Socorro, New Mexico, rev., xxxiv, 157

Ashford, Gerald, Spanish Texas: Yesterday and Today, rev., xvii, 91-92

Ashhurst, Senator Henry, xxi, 58

Ashley, William Henry, xxii, 54

Ashley-Henry Company, xxii, 54

Asian Texans, The, Marilyn Dell Brady, rev., 49, 154

Ask Ann Carroll” column, xxviii, 157

Associated Charities, The, xix, 159; xxii, 177

Association of Pioneer Women of El Paso, 50, 107, 108

Astor, John Jacob, 50, 48

Astor House (El Paso), vii, 21; xviii, 51

Astor, Mary, iii, 14

Atchison, Andrew, xxii, 19

Atchison, William J., xxii, 17, 19

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, i, 43, 60, 144; viii, 57, 61; xiii, 26su; xvi, 8, 9, 12, 67; xviii, 96; xxiii, 90; xxiv, 24; xxvi, 132; xxxi 90, 104ff passim; 46, 185

Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railroad, “Horny Toad Line,” 39, 97

Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, 48, 32, 35-39

Ateca, Salvador, xxiv, 180

Aten, Ira, 45, 161,165

Ateneo Porfirio Diaz, 45, 181

Atkins, Patricia, art., “A Movie Cowboy . . . Not!”, 39, 125

Atkins, William A., 39, 125-130; photo, 127

Atkinson, John, xxiv, 158; 50, 44

Atkinson, John G., i, 5; vii, 92

Atkinson, Tommy, xxiii, 56

Atlanta and Pacific Railroad, xvi, 42

Atlantic, xx, 177

Atlantic Monthly, v, 6, viii, 61

Atlantic Time Zone, xii, 47

Attempted Payroll Robber, The,” by Eugene O. Porter, art., xviii, 14-16

Attucks, Crispus, xvi, 7

Audencia. ii 20, 20n

Audubon, John Woodhouse, Audubon’s Western Journal, 1849-50, rev., xxix, 201

Audubon’s Western Journal, 1849-50, by John Woodhouse Aububon, rev., xxix, 201

Augur, General C.C., xi, 121

Augur, Ruth, xxvi, 103, 119, 164, 165

Augustino, Ernest, ii, 75

Augustus Koch’s ‘Bird’s-Eye View of El Paso Map: Observations and Oddities,” art., by Richard F. Bussell, 50, 23

Aull, James, trader, 43, 6,8

Aultman, Otis, 48, 146

Aultman, Otis A., xxvi, 146

Aultman Collection, xx, 118

Austerman, Wayne R., “Identifying a ‘Lost’ Stage Station in Jeff Davis County,” art., xxv, 3; “Bradford Daily, a Man of Many Epitaphs,” art., xxv, 118; arts., “Parker Burnham, an Expressman of Old El Paso,” xxvii, 5; “The El Paso Sharps: Arm of the Borderlands,” 68; “‘Old Nighthawk’ and the Pass of the North,” 115; art, “Tinaja de las Palmas, A Landmark on the El Paso Road,” xxviii, 7; 82; art. “Return to the Jornada,” 165; art., Ben Coons’ Santa Fe Passage,” xxx, 40; art., “James Longstreet Traveler from the Pass,; xxxi, 35; Sharps Riflesand Spanish Mules: The San Antonio-El Paso Mail, 1851-1881, rev. 47; art., “Van Horn’s Wells: Roadside History in Culberson County,” 161’ art., “Captain Madison and ‘The Brigands’,” xxxii, 25; art., “Apache Jack Gordon: Desperado of the Pass,” xxxiii, 55; art., “A Postscript on ‘Apache Jack’ Gordon,” xxxiv, 41; art., “The Ordeal of Jane Adeline Wilson,” xxxv, 19; art., “Seige at Hueco Tanks,” xxxvii, 27

Austin, Gene, xxv, 74

Austin, Grace Gertrude (Mrs. James Waren Laws), iv, 113, 114, 116n, 118n, 121n

Austin John, 50, 15

Austin, Lillian (Mrs. Thomas Hasam), xix, 219

Austin, Lucy (Mrs. James L. Marr), xix, 219

Austin, Mary, 50, 83

Austin, Mary, Land of Journeys’ Ending, rev., xxix, 101

Austin, Maude (Mrs. Hugh Crouse), xix, 219

Austin, Moses, viii, 120

Austin, Sidney O., 48, 103

Austin, Stephen F., xxxvii, 181-184 passim; photo, 182; 43, 70, 79; 50, 15

Austin, Mr. and Mrs. W.H., i, 43n; xii, 120

Austin, William H., xix, 218; xxi, 108

Austin & Marr, 42, 124

Austin High School, 43, 19; 47, 3, 4; 49, 23

Austin House, xix, 218

Austin Junior High School, 47, 3

Austin Terrace, xix, 218; 47, 13, 14; 49, 19

Austin Terrace (Government Hill) Historic District, xxx, 72-74f; map, 73

Auto de Fundación de la Mision de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de los Mansos del Paso Norte,” xxix 180-186; photo of Bandlier copy of, 182-3

Autobiography of a Durable Sinner, The, xxv, 70

Avalos, Chihuahua, 42, 170

Avelar, Ruben, 42, 42

Aveline, Bob, x, 47

Aveline, Robert, 49, 173

Aventura Mining Company, xxiv, 26

Averill, Blanche, x, 98

Averill, Mrs. A.P., xx, 133

Averish, Private, iv, 80, 81

Aviña, I.Z., xxiv, 62

Avlin (Avaline or Aveline), Bob, 48, 127

Award of Merit, iii, 84; xvi, 45

Axtell, Samuel (Governor of New Mexico Territory), xiv, 15

Axtell, Samuel B., xvi, 179

Ayala, Tadeo Ortiz de, xx, 38, 39

Ayer, Mrs. Edward E., xx, 16

Ayer, G.E., xviii, 96

Ayeta, Father Francisco, 43, 162

Ayeta, Father Francisco de, xxvi, 29; xxix, 146

Ayeta, Friar Francisco, i. 86. 87

Ayeta, Padre Fray Francisco, O.F.M., 50, 34

Aynes, Elsie, 42, 137

Aynes, J.W., 42,137

Ayoub, Salim M. and brother John F., photo, xxxviii, 165

Ayuntamiento de Chihuahua, xxiv, 131

Ayutla, Plan of, xvi, 119

Azcarate, Beatriz, 43, 166,168

Azcarate, Geronimo, 43, 166

Azcarate, Isabel, 40, 23

Azcarate, Juan, 43, 166

Azcarate, Juana, see also Stephenson and Hall of Honor

Azcarate Family, 40, 3, 23, 26

Azcarate Land Grant, 43, 166

Aztec Calendar Park, 49, 178

Azteca Films Company, 45, 187

Azuela, Mariano, xxiv, 65

 

Baba, Shotoku, Japanese consul in Chicago, 42, 17

Babbit, Jack, Jr., xxv, 116

Babbit’s Fall (Texas), iii, 62

Baber, Philip (British Consul, Chihuahua), x, 106; 42, 170

Babícora ranch, 47, 110

Babicora, W.R. Hearst’s Ranch, xxiv, 25

Babícora, Lake (Mexico), xii, 6

Baby Layette Society, 47, 26

Baby Sanitorium, xvii, 161; xviii, 123

Baca, Ángel, 50, 69

Baca, Benito (Little Phil Alguin), xx, 99

Baca, Padre, xii, 114

Baca, Father Juan José, 50, 68

Bachmann, Frederick W., ii, 97

Backdoor at Bagdad - The Civil War on the Rio Grande, by James A. Irby, rev., xxiii, 44

Background of a Bullfighter,” by Marshall Hail, art., vii, 127-135

Backus, Major E., iv, 106; xxvii, 57; 48, 25

Backward Glance,” by Dr. E.H. Antone, art., xxv, 44

Baclawski, Mrs. A.M., photo, xxv, 16

Bad Luck Island (Texas), x, 80

Badge and Buckshot: Lawlessness in Old California, by John Boessenecker, rev., xxxiv, 51

Badge of Military Enfranchisement in Texas, The,” by Leon W. Blevins, art., xx, 71-88

Badger, J.B., xxii, 182

Badgett Family, xxii, 81

Baer, E.C., xi, 138

Baeza, E.H., xxv, 101; xxviii, 182

Baeza, Eliseo H., 40, 31 photo, 32, also see Hall of Honor, 22

Bagby, Colonel A.P., v, 51

Bagby, R.H. 49, 192, 193, 194

Bail, John D., xii, 113

Bailey, B.B., xxiv, 174

Bailey, Mrs. Bessie, 50, 113, 114

Bailey, Bob (Sheriff, El Paso), viii, 35

Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. D.W., iv, 106

Bailey, Florence Merriam, xxiii, 99

Bailey, Fred, xxviii, 107

Bailey, Fred W., “The President’s Message,” art., xiv, 3-8; “Hall of Honor Address: The Heritage of Greatness,” art., xiv, 100-101; notes, xiii, 3sp 32su, 111; xiv, 32, 99, 123; xvi, 3; xviii, 3, 143; xxi, 4, 166

Bailey, Mrs. Fred W., xiii, 111; xiv, 99; xvii, 155; xviii, 143

Bailey, Frederick Homer, “Biographical Sketch of Ernest William Ulrick Krause,” art., x, 128-133; note, x, 156

Bailey, Mrs. Frederick Homer, x, 123

Bailey, George, art., “Red Metal on Rio Grande: How Phelps Dodge Came to El Paso,” 49, 3

Bailey, Harry H., vi, 71, 72

Bailey, Lt. Colonel J.C., xix, 201

Bailey, John, ii, 35

Bailey, Senator Joseph W., xxv, 58

Bailey, Josephine March, xxix, 135

Bailey, Kenneth K., vii, 76, 78; arts., “In the Interest of a Historic District: A Letter to the El Paso Plan Commission,” xxxv, 71; “Three Blocks of Federal Avenue: A Treasure Trove of History,” xxxvi, 73; see also 148

Bailey, May, xxiii, 103

Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. P.H., vii, 141

Bailey, Lt. Colonel T.N., xix, 188

Bailey, Vernan, xxiii, 99

Bailey School, xxv, 124

Bailey’s Beads,” xxiii, 109

Baines, George W., xvii, 43

Baines, Rev. George W. Jr., xxvii, 103, 105; xxxii, 91-99; photo, 94; 136

Baines, Rev. George W., 50, 116

Baird, Betty, xi, 43

Baird, James A., xvi, 51, 58

Baird, Mr. and Mrs. John Marcus, 49, 118

Baird, Spruce M., iii, 25n; vii, 97, 99n, 114

Baker, Lt. E.M., v, 131; vi, 124

Baker, Hollie, xi, 43

Baker, Mary Ellen (Mrs. Eugene O. Porter), xx, 4

Baker, Phil, 48, 71

Baker, Lt. Col. & Mrs. Ronald L., xxvi, 185

Baker, Rosa Mae Egbert, 42, 117

Baker, T.L., Blades in the Sky: Windmilling Through the Eyes of B.H. Burdick. rev., 39, 51

Baker, T. Lindsay, Ghost Towns of Texas, rev., xxxii, 102

Balderas, Guillermo, Sr., xx, 22

Baldwin, Albert, xxi, 150; Health Resort, xxii, 81

Baldwin, David C., xxii, 80; 42, 110

Baldwin, Jo Gwyn, ed., Southwestern Mosaics, rev., xiv, 119-120

Baldwin, Percy M., ii, 5n, 56n

Baldwin Boarding House, xxviii, 28

Baldwin’s Boarding House, xxiv, 85

Baldwin Sanitarium, 42, 6

Bale O’Cotton: The Mechanical Art of Cotton Ginning, by Karen Gerhardt Britton, rev., xxxviii, 154

Ball, Durwood, Army Regulars on the Western Frontier, 1848-1861, book note, 48, 211

Ball, Flora, x, 123

Ball, Mrs. Kate, 49, 69

Ball, Kate K., xvi, 36; xxv, 22, 106

Ball, Kate Krause, xxvii, 102, 119, 120, 175, 176

Ball, Mrs. Kate Krause, x, 123

Ball, Larry D., Elfego Baca in Life and Legend, rev., xxxviii, 48

Ball, Preston, xvi, 36

Ball, W.H., and sons (George, Russell, and Joe), xxxv, 143-147 passim

Ballad of Sam Bass,” xxviii, 55

Ballantyne, Colonel John, ii, 2

Ballantyne, John L., xxi, 73

Ballantyne, Mrs John (Margaret Neff), xi, 133; 49, 67

Ballantyne, Margaret Neff, “Heritage Homes: The Beall House,” art., xvii, 39-40; note, xvii, 47

Ballard, Lucien, 50, 46-47

Balliew, Jeff, 46, 138

Ballinas, Salvador, xxviii, 83, photo, 84; art., “The View from the Second Ward,” xxviii, 125

Baltz, Mrs. Barbara H., viii, 119

Balzar, Charles, v, 71

Banco Mercantil de Chihuahua in Juarez, Mexico, 46, 134

Bancroft, Herbert Howe, ii, 107n; xxxi, 59

Bandelier, Adolph, 48, 8, 15

Bandalier, Adolph F.A. (quoted), xxi, 6

Bandelier, Adolph F.A., xxix, 180-186 passim; xxxi, 59

Bandelier (Bandalier), Adolf (Adolph), xx, 50, 56

Bank of Scottsdale, Arizona, xxi, 141

Banks, General Nathaniel, v, 51, 52

Banks, Jimmy, xi, 158

Bannell, Genevieve (Worsham), xix, 12, 14

Banner Building, xviii, 34

Banning, Captain William, ii, 91n

Baptist Chinese Mission, xxvii, 107, 108

Baptist Journalism in Nineteenth Century Texas, by Tom Berger, rev., xv, 108-109

Baptist Spanish Publishing House, 42, 114

Baquera, Richard, art., “El Paso del Norte: Regional Election Center, 1813-1821,” xxxvi, 107; rev., xxxvii, 204; rev., xxxviii, 103, 201; revs., 39, 102, 204; rev., 41, 49, 50; rev., 42, 102-3, 145; rev., 45, 96; rev., 46, 103, 152; rev., 47, 98; book notes,100, 155, 199; book notes, 48, 113, 163; rev., 48, 159; rev., 49, 103, 151-155; art., “José Felix Trespalacios,” 50, 3; rev., 50, 153

Bar Cross Ranch, xxii, 153

Bar Sevilla (Missouri St.), 42, 41,44

Barasch, Dr. Allan, xviii, 144

Barba, Francisco Perez, 48, 7

Barbary Coast (San Francisco), i, 38

Barbed Wire, i, 104, 104n

Barber, Susan McSween, 41, 39; 47, 32

Barberena, R.R., xxviii, 106

Barcenas, Felix (Mayor of Juárez), iii, 90, 93; xxix, 118; 50, 143

Barela, Anastasio, vii, 50; 46, 181

Barela, Francisco (Chico), xxiv, 158

Barela, Perfecto Romulo, 43, 61

Barendo Springs (New Mexico), xix, 65

Barilla (New Mexico), xviii, 73

Barilla Springs, xx, 7, 8; xxv, 6; xxviii, 9

Barker, Lt. E.M., xxviii, 168

Barker, Elliott S., art., “Historic Forest Ranger Examination,” xxvii, 78

Barker, Eugene C., xxvii, 188

Barnard, Upton, Livery Stable Days, rev., iv, 167

Barnes, John, iii, 73

Barnes, Margaret, 48, 104

Barnes, W.C., xix, 116

Barnes, Mrs. W.C., xxi, 130

Barnett, Joe (Dago Joe), xii, 24

Barnhard, Dr. John D., i, 116

Barnum, Phineas T., xxii, 18

Baron, Jake, xxix, 129

Baronial Forts of the Big Bend: Ben Leaton, Milton Faver and Their Private Forts in Presidio County, by Leavitt Corning Jr., rev., xii, 124-125

Barq’s Bottling Company, 42, 131; 49, 39, 40, 47

Barq’s Dr. Pepper Bottling Company, 48, 107; 49, 39, 47

Barq’s Bottling Company and Double Cola Bottling Company,” art., by Bill Lockhart, 49, 39

Barr, Alwyn, Charles Porter’s Account of the Confederate Attempt to Seize Arizona and New Mexico, rev., x, 34; Black Texans - A History of African Americans in Texas, 1528-1995 (Second Edition), rev., 42, 149; The African Texans, rev., 49, 154

Barranca del Cobre, 42, 49-50

Barragan, Hector “El Pipo”, 42, 40,41,44,45

Barragan, Lauro, xxxi, 194

Barreiros, Francisco, 50, 172

Barrel Springs, xxv, 7

Barrelo, Mariano, 43, 77

Barrera, Maestro Orlando and Georgia, 43, 41

Barrera Taurina, 42, 40-52

Barrett, Dr. F.O., xvii, 27

Barrett, Laurence, v, 66

Barrett, Mildred A., and McConville, J. Laurence, Guest Editors, “Southwest Archives; The Amador Collection,” xvii, 196-197; notes, xvii, 205

Barrett, Mrs. Robert, xxiv, 13

Barrett, Russell, xxvi, 160

Barri, León, x, 106

Barrias, Rosita, viii, 148

Barrick, Nona and Taylor, Mary, The Mesilla Guard, rev., xxii, 42

Barrio, Alejandra, art., “Lions and Tigers and Alligators? Oh My!,” 48, 153

Barrio, Francisco, 46, 66, 67

Barrio, Francisco Manuel de, 45, 112

Barrio, José Francisco de, 45, 112

Barrios, Rafael, 48, 133

Barrios, Refugio, 48, 133

Barron, Samuel A., xxii, 110

Barrosse, Marc, 42, 42

Barrough, Millard H., xxiii, 31

Barry, Alice Pierce, xxxviii, 21-24; photo, 22; 185

Barry, John G., iii, 12

Barry, Mrs. John G., (Alice), xvi, 135; xxi, 65

Barry, John Gerald, xxxvi, 75-76, photo, Alice, 75; xxxviii, 21- 24 passim

Barry County (Michigan), xix, 118

Barry Scobee Mountain, xxv, 8

Barrymore, Ethel, xvi, 85

Barth, Nathan, viii, 55

Barth, Solomon, viii, 44, 55

Barthlemess, Richard, xviii, 43

Bartlett, John Russell, i, 37; ii, 55n; vii, 10; viii, 83, 84, 122; xi, 67; xii, 15; xxvii, 51, 52, 68-70, photo, 70; 136, United States Boundary Commission, xxix, 68; xxx, 60, xxxi, 127-128; xxxiii, 60, 114; xxxvii, 173-185 passim; 39, 159-168; 41, 62; 43, 182; 44, 145; 46, 107, 178, 180; 48, 19, 20, 122; 49, 96; 50, 174

Barton, David R., xxv, 82

Barton Museum of Whiskey History (Bardstown, Kentucky), iv, 44

Bartz, Alexine, “Smallpox and the El Paso Pest House,” art., xxii, 25

Basave, Eduardo Prieto, xxiii, 131

Bascom, Captain, vi, 131

Bascom, F.H., xvi, 52

Bascom, 2d Lt, George N., 41, 11

Bascom, George Nicholas Owings, 41, 12

Bascom, Sylvanus Clarke, 41, 12

Bascom Affair, Jan 1861, 41, 11

Baseball in Early El Paso, xxix, 188, photo (c. 1881) xxxi, 100; (1887), xxxii, 141, 191

Bashore, Mrs. Frank M., xx, 143

Basket-Makers, vi, 162

Bass, C.N., v, 72

Bass, Ernest Carleton, vii, 127

Bass, Colonel Leroy P., xxiv, 186

Bassett, Arthur, 49, 22

Bassett (Sun Queen) Barbara, xxxiv, 183

Bassett, C.N., 49, 9, 19; 50, 137

Bassett, Charlie, 49, 22

Bassett, Charles N., xxii, 112; xxiv, 29; xxv, 134

Bassett, Charles Nebekar, xxx, 186; and family, xxxii, 38; xxxv, 74, 141, 142

Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N., 48, 201

Bassett, Mrs. Charles N., xxi, 135; xxv, 134; 45, 60

Bassett, Rev. George H. (First Christian Church, 1927), xxxvi, 42

Bassett, Julian L., 42, 159

Bassett, O.T., xi, 152; xxix, 139; xxx, 87, 108, 109, 167, 185 and Mrs. 186; 46, 38

Bassett, Otis T., 44, 165

Bassett Center, 49, 56

Bassett Middle School, 46, 128

Bassett Tower, xxvi, 153; 48, 201

Bastrop County (Texas), xix, 18

Basurto, Rudy and Barbara, 46, 199

Bates, J. Mike, 46, 94

Bataan Memorial Trainway, xxx, 91; 43, 19; 47, 142

Batchelder, General R.N., xix, 203, 208

Batchley, Lou, 49, 69

Bate, Captain J.H., ii, 120, 121; iii, 5; v, 93; xxix, 187

Bate, J.H., xviii, 150

Bate, Jorge, xvii, 95

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, iv, 157

Batson, Merle, xxiv, 177

The Battle of Brazito - Where was it Fought,” by George Ruhlen, art., ii, 53-60

Battle of Brazito, 43, 24, 29, 55, 61; 46, 177

Battle of Glorieta, The: Union Victory in the West, by Don E. Alberts, rev., 44, 44

Battle of Glorieta Pass, 46, 159

Battle of Glorieta Pass, The: A Gettysburg in the West, by Thomas S Edrington and John Taylor, rev., 44, 44

Battle of Juarez, 42, 178-179; 45, 121

Battle of Mesilla (Civil War), xv, 18, 20

Battle of New Orleans, 45, 20

Battle of Sacramento, 43, 6, 24, 63

Battle of San Jacinto, The, Part II,” art., by William Squires, 50, 21

Battle of the Alamo, 42, 171

Battle of Valverde, 41, 21

Baughman, James P., Charles Morgan and Development of Southern Transportation, rev., xiii, 94-95

Bauman, Albert, xii, 31

Bauman, Betty, 42, 169

Baumann, Albert, xx, 37

Baumann, Paul, 42, 173

Baumgarten, J. Frank, 46, 44

Baumgarten and Wyler (foundry and machine works), 46, 44

Baur, John E., Christmas on the American Frontier, 1800-1900, rev., vii, 155-157

Baxter, Sylvester, viii, 62

Bayard, Thomas F., ii, 76

Baylies, Frank, photo, xxii, 72

Baylor, George W., xxviii, 8, 9, 13

Baylor, Colonel George, xxiv, 103, 159

Baylor, Captain George W., 43, 176,183

Baylor, George Wythe, 45, 159,168

Baylor, Captain George Wyth, xiv, 110, 111, 113, 114; xv, 16, 17, 18, 112

Baylor, Captain Henry Weidner, xix, 71

Baylor, Lt. Colonel (General) John R., i, 93, 97; iii, 14, 19n; v, 24, 50, 84, 85, 86, 88; vi, 123; vii, 127, 128, 129, 130, 132, 134; viii, 30; ix, 113; x, 148, xi, 112; xiii, 11sp; xv, 16, 20, 112; xxvii, 118-122; xxxii, 25; xxxvii, 109; 43, 185; 48, 125

Baylor, Lt. Gen. John R., 46, 183

Baylor, Colonel John, 44, 57; 49, 175

Baylor, Colonel (Lt. Colonel), John Robert, xvii, 13, 21, fn. 18, 78; xix, 72; xx, 117; xxi, 69; xxv, 17, 122

Baylor, Dr. John Walker, xv, 17, 112

Baylor at Independence, by Lois Smith Murray, rev., xviii, 89-90

The Baylor-Kelley Fight: A Civil War Incident in Old Mesilla,” by Martin Hardwick Hall, art., v, 83-90

Baylor University, xiv, 107; xvii, 138; xx, 155

Bayon Pierre (Louisiana), v, 31

Bayona, Gastón de, ix, 157

Bazan, Zeferino, xxiii, 61

BBB store, 42, 170

Beach, Flora, x, 129, 131

Beach, Flora (Mrs. Ernest William Ulrich Krause), xvi, 36

Beach, Henry S., x, 98

Beacom, Colonel John H., xv, 58, 68

Beal, John, xvi, 51

Beale, Edward Fitzgerald, vii, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30; x, 15

Beale, Florence, x, 36

Beale, Tom, xv, 89

Beale, Mrs, T.J., v, 72

Beall, Nancy, xxiii, 74

Beall, T.J., 50, 114

Beall, Captain T.J., v, 69

Beall, Captain Thomas J., 41, 131

Beall, Captain Thomas Jeremiah, xvii, 39, 40; xix, 208; xxii, 36; xxiii, 74; xxviii, 100, xxxiv, 17-20; photo, 18; and wife, Margaret Ragsdale, xxxiv, 20

Beall House, The, xvii, 39-48

Beall School, xxiii, 74; xxviii, 126; 45, 148

Beamon, Bob (Olympic Champion), xvi, 111

Bean, Macie, i, 103

Bean, Risley, i, 103

Bean, R.P. (Perry), i, 103

Bean, Judge Roy, ii, 36; viii, 105; x, 66, 67; xv, 74; xviii, 168; xxvii, 114

Bean, Sam, 47, 45

Bean, Samuel G., 39, 87, 90

Bean, Virginia, xxxiii, 166, 167

Bear, Captain Firman E., 41, 165

Bear, The, play by Chekhov, 43, 42

Bear Canyon (New Mexico), xvi, 47, 49

Beard, Mrs. A.F., x, 105

Beard, Jane, xxvii, 95

Beard, L.F., xxiii, 78, 154; xxiv, 187

Bearden, Leon, viii, 129

Beardsley, J.R., vi, 60

Beasley, Joe, xvi, 59

Beaudett and Cropper, xxii, 80

Beaumont, Frank, xxiv, 161

Beaumont Club, Chicago, xxii, 165

Beautiful Flowers of the Maquiladora, by Norma Iglesias Prieto, rev., 44, 43

Beaver City, Utah, vii, 53

Beck, Mrs. Robert, x, 105, 109

Beck, Steve, xxix, 196

Becker, H., xix, 9

Becker, William, xxiii, 78

Becker, Mrs. William, xvii, 155; xviii, 143; xx, 143

Beckmann, Josefina, 47, 68

Beckmann, William, 47, 71

Becknell, William, xxxi, 78; 46, 181

Becknell, Captain William, xviii, 30 fn.1

Beckwith, Hugh M., xxi, 70

Beene, Gregory, xxiii, 161

Beer in El Paso: The El Paso Brewing Association,” art. by Bill Lockhart, 50, 142

Beers, Carl, xxi, 109

Beers, Henry Putney, Spanish and Mexican Records of the American Southwest, rev., xxiv, 190

Beezley, William H., ed. with David E. Lorey, Viva Mexico! Viva La Independencia!: Celebrations of September 16, book note, 47, 155

Before the Turn of the Century,” by Alma North Ferguson, xx1, 27

The Beginning and Development of Irrigation in the El Paso Valley,” by Alice White, art., ii, 106-114

Behr, Louis F., x, 96

Behra, James, xix, 96

Behrman, Lena Galatzan (Mrs. Irwin), xxxiii, 77-83; photo (as a child), 76

Bel Air High School, 46, 127

Bel Air Junior High School, 46, 127

Belasco, David, xvi, 85

Belcher, Jack, xxii, 68

Belding, Betty Safford (Mrs. Charles DeLap), xxxiii, 93; photo, 96; 43, 190

Belding, Mrs. C.D. (Betty Safford) vii, 5; viii, 4; x, 123, 124; xv, 117

Belding, Charles, 43, 190

A Beleaguered People: The Mennonites of Mexico,” by Walter Schmiedehaus, tr. by J.B. Jackson, art., x, 147-160

Belen, Texas, xxxiii, 85

Belez, Ernesto, xxii, 13

Belgian Bakery, xxiv, 173

Belgian Bakery (El Paso), xv, 14

Belk, Fletcher, xxv, 127

Belknap, William W., vii, 51, 53

Bell, Alexander Graham, xiii, 115

Bell, Billy, x, 26

Bell, Charles, 47, 45

Bell, Governor P.H. (Texas), 48, 27

Bell, General George, xxv, 63

Bell, J.L., xvi, 70

Bell, P.H., xxvii, 59

Bell, Peter Hansborough (Governor of Texas), ix, 143

Bell, Wanda, xxiii, 40, 77; xxv, 90, 104

Bell Ranch (New Mexico), xxxii, 80

Bell Ranch: Cattle Ranching in the Southwest, 1834-1947, by David Remley, rev., 39, 100; 47, 103

Bell Ranch Wagon Work, by Mattie Ellis and Mark Wood, rev., xxxi, 49

Bell System Credit Union Building, 46, 130

Beloved Mechanical Horses,” by Julian N. Breck, xxi, 101

Beloved Vagabonds, xxi, 139

Beltran, José, xvi, 22

Ben Coons’ Santa Fe Passage,” art., by Wayne R. Austerman, xxx, 40

Ben Dowell and Civil War Days,” by Nancy Hamilton, xxi, 68

Ben Dowell, El Paso’s First Mayor, by Nancy Hamilton, rev., xxi, 122

Ben Williams, Lawman,” art. by R.A. Suhler, xxvii, 19

Benavides, Alonso de, ii, 107n; 50, 172

Benavides, Fray Antonio de, Memorial (1630), xxxvii, 38-40; reproduction of title page, 39

Benavides, Father Alonso de, xx, 16, 48; 48, 5

Benavides, Fray Rafael, 47, 175

Bender, Ted, xxxiii, 71

Beneke, Henry, 50, 25

Benfield, Al, xxii, 167

Benigna’s Chimayo: Cuentos from the Old Plaza, by Don J. Usner, rev., 47, 96

Benjamin, Senator Judah, vii, 110

Benner, Judith Ann, Sul Ross: Soldier, Statesman, Educator, rev., xxviii, 144

Bennett, Frank, xvi, 158

Bennett, Rev. Hobart, xxix, 75

Bennett, Professor Howard F., i, 109

Bennett, Dr. J. Travis, xvii, 26

Bennett, Captain Joseph L., xix, 71

Bennett, Mildred (Mrs. Frank C.) xxviii, 120-124 passim

Bennett, Nehemiah V., xii, 111, 112, 113, 116

Benoit, James, xxvii, 165

Bent, Charles, xix, 28

Bent Brothers (William, Charles and George), xiv, 66

Bent’s Fort, xiv, 66; xix, 29; 43, 89, 92, 180

Bentley, Barbara Pearce Hooten, 48, 92

Bentley, Bonnie, xxiv, 35

Bentley, Debra Norman, xxiii, 137

Bentley, Fred A., xxiii, 117

Bentley, Mark T., arts., “The Padre Silver Mine,” xxxvi, 83; “On the Trail of the Naja,” xxxvii, 71

Benton, Thomas Hart, 43, 179

Benton, Senator Thomas Hart (Missouri) vii, 9, 17; xvi, 170

Benton, William, xxiv, 58

Benton, William L., xx, 100

Benton, William S., iii, 145, 152; xvi, 24

Bentzoni, Captain, xi, 114, 118, 119

Bercu, Steven, 47, 189

Berg, Julius, ii, 49n

Berg, Sol I., ii, 49n

Berger, Tom, Baptist Journalism in Nineteenth Century Texas, rev., xv, 108-109

Bergey, Richard T.S., iv, 94

Bergman, Ingrid, 50, 47

Berkman, Anton H., 44, 102

Bergmann, Capt. Edward (First New Mexico Cavalry, 1862), xxxvi, 42

Bergshire, W.S., xiii, 13su

Berkenfield, Elmer, xxx, 138

Berkshire, Frank, xxiv, 72

Berlioz, Hector, xxii, 84

Bermejo, Antonio, 47, 175, 176

Bermejo, Juan, 47, 180

Bermuda Grass, Origin of, xvi, 130-131

Bermudes, Sebastian, 48, 122

Bermudez, Antonio (Mexican Politician), iii, 138

Bermudez, Antonio, Juarez mayor, 45, 130

Bermudez, Antonio J., xxii, 175; 45, 183,185

Bermudez, Señora Antonio, x, 109

Bermudez, Jaime, 43, 131

Bermudez (Prefecto of Paso Del Norte), Sebastian, xxx, 57

Bermundez family, 42, 170

Bernal, Fray Cayetano, xxi, 50

Bernal, Francisco Javier, 45, 109,113

Bernal, Francisco, 45, 109

Bernal, Tomás Ignacio, 45, 113

Bernalillo, New Mexico, x, 82

Bernard, Ruben, 41, 11

Bernhardt, Sarah, x, 67

Bernheim (or Burnham), D.H., xx, 41

Berninghaus, Oscar, xxvi, 114, 115

Bernstein, Olga (Mrs. Ernst Kohlberg), xxii, 177

Berrier, Rene, xxiii, 68

Berruchow, Pete, xiv, 51

Berry, Curtis, 46, 46

Berry, Lawrence P. “Paul”, 46, 45, 46

Berry, Colonel Lucien G., i, 9, 9n; xv, 58, 62, 65, 66, 70

Berry, Nellie May (Mrs. Joseph F. Friedkin), xvii, 166

Berry, Steve, xxiii, 40

Berry, Mrs. Vernon, photo, xxx, 140

Berta, Reness, poems, “The Desert Dreams,” xxxv, 140; “Two Hundred Million Years Ago,” xxxvii, 12

The Bestial Murder of the Frome Women,” art. by Art Leibson, xxxv, 81

Beta Sigma Phi, xxiv, 150

Bethel’s Bridge (Louisiana), x, 30

Bethume, Mrs. Philip H., xix, 168; xx, 143; xxi, 3; xxii, 125, 139; xxiv, 5

A Better Fighter: The Spirited Forays of Julia North Breck,” art. by Judy Breck, xxxvii, 145

Beutell, H.B. architect, 49, 117

Beutel and Hardy architectural firm, xxx, 116

Bevans, Bruce, v, 151

Beyer, Sandra, rev., xxxvi, 203

beverage brands, list of, 43, 145

beverages bottled by Houck & Dieter, list of, 42, 94

Beys, Andrew, 47, 34

Beys, John, 47, 34

Beys, Samuel, 47, 34

Beys Brothers & Company, 47, 35

Bianche, Gus, 46, 192

Bianchini, Jenene, “The Significance of the Southwestern Expedition of Lieutenant Pike,” art., xvi, 91-105; note, xvi, 132

Bias, James, xxv, 71

Bias, Robert B., xviii, 104, 105

Bibb, Dr. Richard H.L., ii, 61, 62, 62n

Bibliography of Writings and Illustrations by Tom Lea, comp. by Glennis Hinshaw and Elizabeth Lovelace, rev., xvii, 33-34

Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin, 47, 68

Biblioteca Mejicana, 45, 180

Bibo, Nathan, vii, 48

Bibo, Solomon, vii, 48

Bibo Brothers, vii, 43

Bibo Mercantile Company (Laguna, New Mexico), vi, 58

Bicentennial El Paso, ed. by W.H. Timmons, xxi, 6, 47, 99, 153

Bicentennial Pride,” by William I Latham, xxi, 131

Bicycle Shop That Made Good, A,” art. by James W. Gibson, 46, 43

Bidding at the Pass: The Development of Duplicate Bridge in El Paso,” art. by Robert M. Esch, xxx, 135

Biddle, Nicolas, ii, 117; xxviii, 176-177

Bieber, Ralph P., ii, 5n

Biefer, George, xiv, 81; xxi, 148

Bielaski, A. Bruce, 45, 79

Bierhorst, H.W., xx, 103

Big Bend, 159-168; map, 39, 162

Big Bend Country, 41, 87

The Big Bend Country, by Virginia Duncan Madison, rev., i, 18-19

Big Bend National Park, the Formative Years, by John R. Jameson, rev., xxvi, 46

Big Bend National Park (Texas), vii, 150

Big Chow (Indian Army Scout), v, 102, 103

Big Dry Wash (Arizona) ii, 85

Big Kid, Juarez, xxii, 165

Big Lake Oil Co., xxvi, 46

Big Men Walked Here: The Story of Washington-on-the-Brazos, by Stanley Seigal, note, xvii, 37-38

Big Mose(s) Carson in El Paso,” by Nancy Hamilton, art., xxii, 53

Big Spring State Hospital, 46, 134

Big Thicket: A Challenge for Conservation, The, by A.Y. Gunter, rev., xvii, 145-146

Biggs, Lt. James B., xxxiii, 177

Biggs, James “Buster,” xix, 9

Biggs Field, xxi, 91

Bigheart, Jim, Osage Indian Chief, 43, 125

Bignell, G.E., xxviii, 106

Bigneria, Theodosia, xxiv, 22

Bilingual program, El Paso Public Schools, xxx, 63-77

Billington, Monroe L., Gerald W. Thomas and Roger D. Walker, Victory in World War II: The New Mexico Story, rev., 40, 101

Billington, Monroe Lee, arts., “Black History and New Mexico’s Place Names,” xxix, 107; “A Profile of Blacks in New Mexico on the Eve of Statehood,” xxxii, 55; New Mexico’s Buffalo Soldiers, 1866-1900, rev., xxxvii, 152

Billman, C.A., xix, 114

Billy the Kid, vi, 67; xi, 97; xv, 40, 128; xvi, 46, 180; xvii, 173; xxi, 60; xxii, 103; 41, 40; 47, 45

Billy the Kid (Bill Bonney), xxvii, 186

Billy the Kid: The Legend of El Chivato, by Elizabeth Fackler, rev., 40, 155

Bin, Man (El Paso Chinese Politician), v, 15

Binion, Charles H., An Introduction to El Paso’s Scenic and Historic Landmarks, rev., xvi, 33; xxiii, 45

Binkley, Betty, xxvi, 118, 119, 173

Binkley, J.B., 49, 70

Binkley, Jesse B., i, 31; xiv, 5; xxv, 22

Birch, James, xxv, 4; xxvii, 7

Birch Street, 46, 88

Birchfield, “Uncle” Billy, xxvi, 128, 129

Birchville (Smith’s Ranch - El Paso, xii, 11sp

Bird’s Eye Canyon (El Paso), xvi, 110

Bird’s-Eye View of El Paso” map, 50, 23, 26-27

Bird’s Eye View of El Paso Circa 1885,” art. by Millard G. McKinney, xxviii, 35

Birney, Hoffman, i, 21, 28

Birney streetcars, 49, 35

Births, Deaths and Marriages from El Paso Newspapers Through 1885, ed. Jane Beard, xxviii, 35

Bisbee, Arizona, xix, 108

Biscailuz, Eugene (Sheriff, Los Angeles, California), iii, 139

Bishop, E.W., xxiv, 130

Bishop Lamy’s Santa Fe Cathedral, by Bruce T. Ellis, rev., xxxi, 168

Bishop Salpointe’s Visitation of 1877,” edited by Francis J. Fox, S.J., art., xx, 59-70

Bittick, Harriett (Bottoroff), xix, 12

Bitticks, Charles A., xviii, 14; xxii, 11

Bivins, Harry, 46, 151

Blachly, Ella McKelligon, xxi, 58

Blachly, Harlan, xxi, 54

Black, Dr. Arthur, xvii, 26

Black, G. Paul, vi, 117

Black, Gordon L., M.D., arts., “Tribute to D. Harold Wiggs, Sr.,” xxxiv, 177; “Tribute to Willard Warren Schuessler, M.D.,” xxxv, 127; 45, 119

Black, John, vii, 43

Black, S.L., vii, 44

Black Andalusian cattle, 47, 60

Black Beans and Goose Quills, by James M. Day, rev., xvi, 31-32

Black Bridge” (“puente negro”), xxxvi, 30-32; photo, 31

Black Community, early El Paso, xxxv, 5-16

Black Cowboys Also Rode,” art. by Barbara J. Richardson, xxxi, 29

Black Frontiersman: The Memoirs of Henry O. Flipper, First BlackGraduate of West Point, compiled and edited by Theodore D. Harris, rev., 42, 146

Black History and New Mexico’s Place Names.” art. by Monroe Billington, xxix, 107

Black Military Experience in the American West, The, ed. and anno., by John M. Carroll, rev., xvii, 90-91

Black Range (New Mexico), xvi, 25; xix, 64

Black Range Museum, Hillsboro, New Mexico, photo, xxxviii, 11

Black Texans - A History of African Americans in Texas, 1528-1995 (Second Edition), by Alwyn Barr, rev., 42, 149

Blacker, Judge Allan, i, 4, 41, 42, 67; ii, 35; ix, 60, 64n; xix, 197; xxi, 14

Blacker, Judge and Mrs. Allan, xvii, 194

Blacker, Allen, xxvii, 137, 156; xxx, 113

Blacker, Mrs. Allen, 50, 118

Blacker, Mrs. W.B., xxx, 10

Blackesley, Oscar, xxi, 116

Blackfeet Indians, xxii, 54

Blackham, Sam, 48, 150

A Blacksmith Forges a Church: The Early Years of El Paso’s First Christian Church.” art. by Frances Marchbanks St. Clair, xxxi, 211

Blackwelder, Bernice, Great Westerner, The Story of Kit Carson, rev., vii, 38

Blackwell, Sallie Orgain, xxiv, 11

Blackwell, W.T., xxxii, 21; xxxiii, 67-70 passim; photo, 69

Blackwell School, 41, 55

Blackwood’s Ediburgh Magazine, xxix, 55f, 159ff

Blades and Barrels: Six Centuries of Combination Weapons, by H. Gordon Frost, rev., xviii, 133-134

Blades in the Sky: Windmilling Through the Eyes . . . , by T.L. Baker, rev., 39, 51

Blair, C.E., xiii, 14su

Blair, Joy (Julia Burnett), viii, 135, 137, 138, 139

Blair, Karen J., xxiv, 48

Blair, Nan and Bill, 42, 89

Blair, Captain Thomas, i, 6

Blair, William (alias William McElroy) xxxiii, 62-63

Blair’s Landing (Louisiana), v, 31

Blake, Dr. Benjamin Franklin Morris, viii, 55

Blake, Beth, xxvi, 164

Blake, Lt. E.D., xi, 109

Blake, Major George A.H., iv, 105

Blake, J. Warner, Don Caliche’s Gardening Book: Especially for the Southwest, rev., xvii, 147-148

Blakeman, Roy, 48, 106

Blakeslee, Freeman and Fenell, xxii, 20

Blanchard, Ward, vii, 90

Blanco, General de la Luz, iii, 56, 145

Blanco, Jacobo, xxi, 22; xxiii, 133

Blanco, José, 50, 70

Blanco, José María, xxv, 16

Blanco, General Lucio, viii, 50

Blanco, Margarita, xxii, 139

Blanco, Mrs. Serafina Orozco vda. de, “My Recollections of the Orozco Family and the Mexican Revolution of 1910,” art., xxv, 11; photos, xxv, 15,16

Blanco, Servando, xxv, 16

Blanco, Tomas F., xxii, 38

Blanton, Mrs. A.W. (Jean), v, 38

Blanton, Lena Wicker, 45, 143

Blanton, Oscar, 45, 143

Blaylock, Sheriff (Greer County, New Mexico), x, 60, 61

Bledsoe, W.S., xxxii, 21; xxxiii, 66-70 passim

Blessed Sacrament Church and School, xxi, 113

Blessed Sacrament School, xxii, 133, 150

Blessing, Carmen, xxiv, 176

Blevens, Leon, rev., 45, 102

Blevins, Leon W., “The Badge of Military Enfranchisement in Texas,” art., xx, 71-81, 97

Blintzes and Flautas, Kabbala and Cost Codes,” by Floyd S. Fierman, art., xxv, 51

Bliss, Major William W.S., xxvii, 60; 48, 28

Bliss, Lt. Colonel William Wallace, iii, 128

Bliss, Lt. Colonel William Wallace Smith, xxiii, 144

Bliss, Lt. Zenas R., xi, 107, 109, 110, 111

Bloch, Herman, 45, 64

Bloch, Louis M., ed. Overland to California in 1859: A Guide for Wagon Train Travelers, rev., xxix, 46

Blocker, William (Consul General, Juárez), x, 109; 47, 190

Blocker, Mr. and Mrs. William, xxii, 178

Bloodworth, Lloyd, 45, 57

Bloody Valverde: A Civil War Battle on the Rio Grande, by John Taylor, rev., 40, 202

Bloom, Jo Tice, art., “Well-Traveled Land: A History of Pioneer Park and Camp Pioneer,” 49, 91

Bloom, John Porter, “Johnny Gringo at the Pass of the North,” art., iv, 134-140; notes, ii, 130, 133; iv, 168; v, 114; ix, 158; art., “Johnny Gringo at the Pass of the North,” 43, 24-32

Bloom, Lansing B., ii, 55n

Bloom, Lansing E., ed., History of the Mesilla Valley, A, by Maude Elizabeth McFie Bloom, rev., 45, 49

Bloom, Maude Elizabeth McFie, History of the Mesilla Valley, A, edited by Lansing E. Bloom, rev., 45, 49

Bloom, Maude McFee (Mrs. Lansing B.) ii, 8n

The Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives,” art. by Abraham S. Chanin, xxxviii, 119

Bloomberg, G.E. xxvi, 66

Bloss, Margaret Varner, xxxv, 145-147 passim; photo, 146

Blower, Mrs. Norman, xxi, 65

Bloys, Rev. William B., xviii, 165, 166, 168

Bloys, Mrs. William B., xviii, 166

Bloys Cowboy Camp Meeting, xviii, 166

Blue, Dorothy (Davidson), xix, 12

Blue Flame Building, 46, 132

Blue Mountain, xxv, 10

Blue Whistler, cannon, 44, 72,73

Bluebonnet and Cactus: An Album of Southwestern Paintings, by Porfirio Salinas, rev., xiii, 96-97

Blumengart, Mexico, xi, 52

Blumenthal, Mrs. Alfred, xi, 154

Blumenthal, B. Schwartz, xix, 12

Blumenthal, Louise (Mrs. Stuart N. Greenbert), xiii, 28sp

Blumenthal, Maurice, xix, 9; xxix, 134

B’nai Zion Cemetery: The Holocaust Memorial,” art. by Hymer E. Rosen, 40, 17

B’nai Zion Orthodox Hebrew Community, 40, 6, see also Congregation B’nai Zion

B’nai Zion Synagogue, xix, 6

A Boarding House Saga,” art. by Laura Scott Meyers, xxviii, 28

The Bob Fitzsimmons - Peter Maker Fight,” by Virginia Ridont Klaus and Opal Cranor Wilcox, art., x, 63-67

Bob Kleberg and the King Ranch, by John Cypher rev., 40, 156

Bobby Fuller Four, 48, 147

Boca Grande, Mexico, xv, 58

Bocanegra, José Mariá, ix 66, 67, 68, 71

Bockoven, Helen Hunter, art., “Frank Eckley Hunter: El Paso Attorney,” 47, 133

Boddeker, Vivian (Mrs. J. Carl Hertzog), xiv, 106

Bode, Elroy, Texas Sketchbook, rev., xii, 124; Elroy Bode’s Sketchbook: Portraits in Nostalgia, rev., xvii, 146-147; Home and Other Moments, rev., xx, 135; To Be Alive, rev., xxv, 45; Home Country: An Elroy Bode Reader, rev., 43, 199

Bodega de la Frontera, S.A., Zaragosam Chih; photo, 39, 57

Bodies, Winston, x, 72

Boeing Drive, 48, 137, 139, 143

Boelens, Dr. Jack, 48, 94

Boer Settlers in the Southwest by B.M. Du Toit, rev., 40, 201

Boessenecker, John, Badge and Buckshot: Lawlessness in Old California, rev., xxxiv, 51

Boffinger, J.N., xvi, 13

Bohnaker, Joseph, 42, 40

Boland, Paul, 49, 193

“‘Bold’ Emory Surveys the Border,” art., by Robert Cunningham, 39, 159

Bolens, Rev., Jack, xxix, 76

Boles, Colonel Henry M., xvi, 71

Boley, Tommy J., ed. Ella Elgar Bird Dumont, An Autobiography of a West Texas Pioneer, rev., xxxiv, 48

Boling, Barton, 41, 109

Bolivar, Texas, 42, 135

The Boll Weevil Comes to Texas, by Frank Wagner, xxvii, 96

Bolling, C.M., xx, 162; “Happenings of the Past,” art., xxi, 75

Bollinger, Sharon, rev., 42, 149; rev., 43, 197

Bolton, Herbert E. (quoted), xxi, 6

Bolton, Herbert Eugene, The Mission As A Frontier Institution in the Spanish Colonies, rev., v, 74-75; note, i, 89n; xxvii, 188; xxxi, 59-61

Bolton, John, 44, 131

Bolton, Dr. William S., xxvii, 19, 20, 21

Bomford, Captain, xi, 108

Bonavía, Bernardo, 50, 6

Bonadaile, Mrs. Rebecca, xxx, 10

Bond, Ira M., xiv, 14

Bones, Charley (Indian Army Scout), v, 102, 103

Bones/Incandescent: The Pajarito Journals of Peggy Pond Church, edited with essays by Shelley Armitage, rev., 48, 112

Boniface, Jack, 49, 19

Bonilla, Alberto, sketch, xxxi, 112

Bonillas, Ygnacio, ambassador, 45, 83

Bonita Valley (New Mexico), iv, 113, 121

Bonito Lake, New Mexico, xxx, 132

Bonney, Bill (Billy the Kid), xxvii, 186

Bonney, William, xxi, 60

Bonneyville, Colonel B.L.E., xxiv, 76

Book Club of El Paso, xxxiii, 97

Book Notes,” by Mary Ellen B. Porter, xxiv, 139, 193; xxv, 43, 93, 137, 183; xxvi, 93, 143, 188; xxvii, 45, 147; xxviii, 94

Booknotes,” by Leon Metz, xxviii, 43

Books, Willard G., art., “East Meets West: El Pasoans of Chinese Descent.” xxviii, 58

Boomers (Oklahoma), xvi, 131

Boone, Daniel, xvii, 158

Boone, Elmer L., xxvi, 101; photo, 110; 175, 177

Boone, Sheriff G.H., xviii, 55

Boone, Sheriff (El Paso), iii, 75

Booneville, Colonel B.L.S., v, 131, 134; vi, 125

Booneville, Missouri, xix, 87

Booth, Benjamin A., 42, 124

Booth, Edwin, v, 66

Bootlegging, South El Paso, 1920s, xxviii, 127-128; xxxvi, 28

Boquillas Canyon (Texas), iii, 64

Borcherding, Henry, xxv, 81

Borden, Joseph, 49, 40

Border Air Patrol, xxxiii, 176

Border Boom Town - Ciudad Juarez Since 1848, by Oscar J, Martinex, rev., xxiii, 158

Border Boss: Captain John R. Hughes-Texas Ranger, by Jack Martin, rev., xxxvi, 51

Border Children’s Health Center, 46, 130

Border City Bank, 47, 167

Border Folk Festival, 46, 144

Border Fury: A Picture Postcard Record of Mexico’s Revolution and U.S. War Preparedness, 1910-1917, by Paul J. Vanderwood and Frank N. Samponaro, rev., xxxiii, 152

Border National Bank (El Paso), xix, 150; xxiii, 30

Border Patrol, xxii, 6; xxiv, 84

Border Patrol, by Clifford Alan Perkins, rev., xxiii, 156

Border People: Life and Society in the U.S. Mexico Borderlands, by Oscar J. Martinez, rev., 39, 204

Border Regional Library Association, xxv, 162

Border Trials: Ricardo Flores Magon and the Mexican Liberals, by Thomas C. Laugham, rev., xxvii, 91

Border: The U.S.-Mexico Line, by Leon Metz, rev., xxxv, 49

Border Visions: Mexican Cultures of the Southwest United States, by Carlos G. Velez-Ibanez, rev., 42, 145

The Borderer of Las Cruces,” by S.H. (Bud) Newman III, art., xii, 111-117

Borderlander: The Life of James Kirker, 1793-1852, by Ralph Adam Smith, rev., 47, 48

Borderlands Sourcebook: A Guide to the Literature on Northern Mexico and the American Southwest, ed., Ellwyn R. Stoddard and others, rev., xxviii, 92

Borders, Mr. and Mrs. James A., xxv, 178

Bordertown: The Life and Times of El Paso del Norte, by Frank J. Mangan, rev., x, 33

Borglum, Gutzon, xxvii, 67; 50, 29-31

Borica, Diego de, xxxiii, 107; 47, 178

Born in Old El Paso,” art., by Joe Maciel, 43, 36

Borrajo, Father, ix, 144

Borrajo, Father Antonio Severo, 50, 74

Borrett, Ross O., xxiii, 154; “Tribute to Dr. J.M. Hanks,” art., xxv, 151; arts., “An On-going Construction” (Hall of Honor Address, 1984), xxx, 12; “The President’s Message,” photo, xxix, 13

Borrett, Ross and Lloyd, 49, 131

Borromey, Captain Romero J., iii, 140, 142, 143

Borunda, Isidro A., 48, 189

Borunda, José, xv, 104

Borunda, Jose and Teofilo, 45,

Borunda, Teofilo, 48, 133

Borunda House, Ysleta, xxxvi, 167-168; photo of doorway, 168

Bosque Bonito: Violent Times Along the Mexican Borderlands During the Mexican Revolution, by Robert Keil, book note, 208

Bosque Gang, 45, 168

Bosque de Cordova, xxx, 17

Bosque Redondo (New Mexico), x, 32; 44, 132

Boss, Elizabeth (Mrs. R.M. McMaster), i, 8

Bosse, Henning von, Hennig’s Story: An Autobiography of Henning von Bosse, rev., 39, 200

Bosseau, Don L., xviii, 131

Bosselier, Julius, 50, 133

Bossong, H.G., xxiv, 61

Boston, Massachusetts, xii, 17

Boston Academy of Art, 42, 172

Boston American, xxv, 61

Boston and Montana Consolidated Copper and Silver Mining Company, 49, 7

Bostrom, H.O., xiii, 11su

Bosworth, Hobart, xv, 92

Botanical Studies, El Paso area, mid-19th century, xxxvii, 55-69; 171-187

Bottle Club, The,” art., by Carlisle Coldwell Navidomskis, 43, 41

Bottle exhibit, El Paso Museum of History (1993), xviii, 136-140

bottles, photo of Houck & Dieter, 42, 98,130

The Bottling Industries of Early El Paso,” art. by Barbara J. Angus and Rene Harris, xxxviii, 143; photos, early 20th- cent. soda pop bottles, 148

Bottoroff, Harriett (Bittick), xix, 12

Boudreau, Eugene H., art., “Tarahumara Uprising, 1918,” xxxi, 175

Boudreaux, Andrew J., xx, 137

Boudreaux, Albert, 45, 30

Boudreaux, Dr. Gary, xxiv, 130

Bougent, Bessie Routledge, xix, 11

Boulder Dam, v, 6

Bouldin, Henry Clay, 46, 84-86

Boulevard Street, 47, 25, 191

Bound for Santa Fe: The Road to New Mexico and the American Conquest, 1806-1848, by Stephen G. Hyslop, book note, 48, 207

Boundary Commission, xxiv, 130

Boundary dispute (U.S.-Mexico, mid-19th century) xxxvii, 178-180 passim

Bounds, Maude (Mrs. Zach T. White), xiii, 118

Bouquet, “Buck,” xxi, 73

Bourgade, Father Peter, xx, 62

Bourgade, Bishop Pierre, 50, 32

Bourke, Captain John Gregory, iv, 24; viii, 64

Boverie, Robert F., M.D., xxxv, 27

Bow, Clara, xxii. 168

Bowden, Debbie, xiii, 100

Bowden, J.J., “The Magoffin Salt War,” art., vii, 95-121; The Ponce de Leon Land Grant, rev. xiv, 118; notes, vii, 124; viii, 39; “The Captivity and Suffering of Mrs. Jane Wilson,” art., xvii, 51-67; Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in the Chihuahua Acquisition, rev., xvii, 92-93, 96; “Title Cloud Over the Texas Capitol,” art., xix, 15-26, note, 49

Bowden, J.K., xx, 22

Bowdry, J.J., vii, 98

Bowen, Mrs. Joseph T., xxii, 161

Bowen, Levi K., iv, 8

Bowen, Lt. T.S., xii, 6

Bowen, Nellie Mae (Mrs Patrick), vi, 112

Bowen Home, xxii, 179

Bower, Clinton, xxviii, 159

Bowie, Colonel George W., xvii, 188, 190 fn. 135

Bowie, Mrs. Gordon S., xvi, 135

Bowie, Rev, Gordon S., xvi, 135; xxix, 76

Bowie, James, 43, 176

Bowie, Jim, 50, 68

Bowie Grammar (later High) School, xxviii, 126, 129

Bowie High School (El Paso), ix, 135; xxx, 63-71 passim; 46, 128, 140

Bowling, Mary, arts., “Lincoln Park School: A Brief History from Notes by Lillian Scott and ‘The Clock,’ a Fictional Memoir,” xxxiv, 25; “The Valentine,” xxxv, 37

Bowman, Special Agent D.A., 42, 81

Bowman, E.R., “My First Job,” art., xxiii, 28

Bowman, Evelyn, xxiv, 115

Bowman, John Bryan, 42, 78-85

Bowman, Mary Young, photos, xxiii, 31, 32, 33

Boy from Hull House, The,” by Frank Quartell, art., xxii, 161

Boy Scout camp, 49, 115

Boy Scouts of America, xxiv, 70

Boy Scouts of an Earlier Day at El Paso,” by Robert N. Mullin, art., xxiv, 70

Boyakin, Lt. Colonel Henderson P., xix, 29, 30

Boyce, Mrs. Charles, xxviii, 137

Boyd, Cecil, xix, 10

Boyd, Eva Jolene, Noble Brutes: Camels on the American Frontier, rev., 40, 156

Boyd, Milton, xvi, 51

Boyd, Dr. Nathan, xii, 43

Boyd, Dr. Nathan E. Boyd, 45, 42

Boyd, Nellie, xi, 167

Boyd, Olive, xvi, 48, 50

Boyd, William D., xxvii, 167

Boyer, Ruth McDonald and Narcissus Duffy Gayton, Apache Mothers and Daughters, rev., xxxviii, 102

Boyers, C.W., vii, 98

Boyhood in Early El Paso - 1903,” by Bryan W. Brown, art., Part One, xv, 4-15; Part Two, xv, 42-57

The Boyhood of Billy the Kid, by Robert N. Mullin, rev., xii, 59

Boykin, Colonel Jess G., viii, 4; xiii, 111; xiv, 39; xxv, 179

Boykin, Mrs. Jess (Mary White), viii, 4; xi, 133; xiii, 111, 117; xvi, 178

Boykin Estate, 44, 31

Boyle, Colonel John, 47, 94

Boyle, General John, xviii, 109

Boyle, Colonel William, xviii, 109

Boynton, Judge Charles, xxxii, 162

Boy’s Impression of El Paso in the 1880’s,” by Louis H. Hubbard, art., xi. 87-105

A Boy’s View of El Paso, 1888-1889,” art. by R. Noel Longuemare, Sr., with Joanne D. Ivey, xxxvii, 89

braceros, 42, 131

Bracken, Uncle Bill, xxvii, 172

Bracito Grant, 43, 75, 79, 163

Braddy, Dr. Haldeen, Cock of the Walk: The Legend of Pancho Villa, rev., i, 20-21; “Pancho Villa’s Gold,” art., ii, 14-19; “Feathered Duelists,” art., xii, 70-74; “Lady Bullfighters,” art., viii, 135-148; Pancho Villa at Columbus: Pershing’s Mission in Mexico, rev., xi, 172; “Pershing’s Air Arm in Mexico,” art., xii, 5-9; “General Scott on Pancho Villa, art., xiii, 3-4su; Pancho Villa Rides Again, rev., xiii, 25-26sp; “Pancho Villa’s Capitulation: An Inside Look,” art., xiv, 9-12; notes, i, 141, 142; ii, 28; vii, 76; viii, 152; ix, 40, 158; x, 152; xii, 32; xiii, 35su; xiv, 32, 94; xvi, 21; xvii, 87, 104; Pershing’s Mission in Mexico, rev., xviii, 135-136; The Paradox of Pancho Villa, rev., xxiii, 157; Pancho Villa, rev., xxiii, 44; xxvii, 50; 42, 60

Bradford, Miss, x, 95

Bradford Daily, a Man of Many Epitaphs,” by Wayne R. Austerman, art., xxv, 118

Bradley, Ed., xii, 21, 24

Bradley, John, xii, 21, 24

Bradley, Lucy, xxii, 156

Brady, Dr. J.D., iv, 93

Brady, Dr. James B., xvii, 69; xxii, 114

Brady, Marilyn Dell, The Asian Texans, rev., 49, 154

Brady, William, 44, 126, 132, photo 133

Brady, Lt. William (Fort Stanton, 1862), xxxvi, 15, 16

Bragg, Bea, rev., xxxvii, 152; rev., xxxviii, 102; revs., 39, 49, 100

Bragie, Lt. L.A., xxviii, 169-170

Branahan, Mike (also rendered Branagan), xxxi, 91-92

Brand, Anna, xxviii, 159

Brand names of soft drinks, list of, 47, 36

Brandegee, Frank, senator, 45, 82

Branding, 45, 107-114

Brandon, Gordon, 46, 181

Brandt, Mrs. B., iii, 19

Brandt, Charles J., art., “Center Chapel One at Fort Bliss,” xxviii, 186

Brandt, Everett J., architect, 44, 98

Branham, Tedrick L., 42, 40, 42

Branigan Memorial Library, Las Cruces, xx, 157

Brann, C.A., xx, 111

Bransford, Jeff, xxii, 156

Braun, Father Albert, xxvi, 31, 35, 36

Braunton & McGhee (architects), 49, 13

Brave Bulls, The, by Tom Lea, xx, 153

Bravo, Fray José, xxxiii, 19-38; 47, 176

Bravo, Vicente, 46, 62

Bravo beer, 50, 137

Bravo 1795: An Inventory of Missions of Senecú, Ysleta, and Socorro by Fray José Bravo in the year 1795,” introduced by Rex E. Gerald, Ph.D.; transcribed and translated by Rex E. Gerald and Olympia Caudillo, xxxiii, 19

Bray, E.M., xxi, 23

Bray, Mrs. E.M., x, 96

Brazel, Jesse Wayne, xvi, 46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 57, 58

Brazito, 46, 177

Brazito acequia, 43, 72

Brazito Battle of (War with Mexico), iv, 134; xiv, 82; xix, 85; xxxiv, 159-170f; 40, 107, plan, 110; 44, 115

Brazito battlefield, 43, Vasquez map 57, 88

Brazito Battleground (New Mexico), ii, 5, 7

Brazito Remembered One Hundred Fifty Years Ago: Another Look,” art, by Enrique T. Vasquez, 43, 55, 56, 57

Brazito (Land) Grant, ii, 4

Brazito Land Grant, 43, 163,164

Brazito School (New Mexico), ii, 4

Brazito schoolhouse, 43, photo 54,56

Brazito Tract, 40, 4

Brazito - The Only Battle in the Southwest Between American and Foreign Troops,” by George Ruhlen, art., ii, 4-13

Brazos Apartments, 49, 110

Brazos Building, xviii, 53

Brazos Flats (514-6 Mesa Ave.), 49, 111

Brazos River (Texas), xvii, 53

Brear, Holly Beachley, Inherit the Alamo: Myth and Ritual at an American Shrine, rev., 40, 203

Breck, Carolyn, “President’s Message,” 46, 3

Breck, Carolyn Radcliffe, art., “The Brides of Burges House,” 48, 79

Breck, Judy, art., “A Better Fighter: The Spirited Forays of Julia North Breck,” xxxvii, 145

Breck, Julia, xvii, 95; xix, 14; “Beloved Mechanical Horses,” art., xxi, 101

Breck, Julia North (Mrs. Louis W.), xxxv, 85, 89; xxxvii, 145- 151; photo, 147

Breck, Mrs. L.W., 50, 107, 110

Breck, Dr. Louis Merrick, xxxv, 83-88; photo, 85

Breck, Louis W., M.D., art., “Four Generations in the Wild West: The Story of L.M. Breck and His Descendants,” xxxv, 83; xxxvii, 148-151 passim; xxxviii, 25-28; photo, 26

Breck, Mrs. Louis, xvii, 155; xviii, 143; xx, 162

Breck, Marrick B., xix, 9

Breckenridge, Jack, xxi, 74

Breeden, William, xvi, 179

Breese, Mrs. E.W., xxiii, 153

Breese, Kneeland and Company (Jersey City, New Jersey) ii, 78

Breese, Virginia Luckett, art., “A Mexican Holiday,” 45, 150

Brehm, Ronald and Catherine, 46, 200

Breihan, Carl W., Younger Brothers, rev., viii, 149-150

Breitling, Mrs. John (See Coulter, Mrs. John Breitling)

Brenk, Frank, 50, 134

Brenk Apartments, 50, 134

Bremme, Constantine, 50, 132

Brennand, Jack, 47, 17

Brennand, Mr. and Mrs. W.H., and grandsons Bob and Jim, xxxii, 42

Brenner, Mrs. Aaron, xvii, 155

Brent, Robert T., xxviii, 166-167 (New Mexico Territorial Legislator), xxxiii, 61

Brent, Captain Thomas L., 48, 22

Brettler, H., 49, 121

Bretz, Dorothy, xxix, 119

Brevoort, Elias, xxxviii, 32, 38-39; 46, 72

Brewster, Geoffrey and Jeanne, British liaison officer, 43, 41,44

Brewster, Robert, viii, 12sp

Brewster, Weldon, 44, 102

Brewster County, Texas, vii, 149

Brick, Bernice, xvi, 111, 113; xix, 6; xx, 162; “The Lodge Burns Down in Cloudcroft,” art., xxi, 30

Brick, Loretta, xxii, 116

Brick, P.F., 48, 57

Brick, Stella, vi, 112

Brickerhoff, H.R., v, 68

Bridal Chamber mine, 49, 147-148

Brides of Burges House, The,” art. by Carolyn Radcliffe Breck, 48, 79

bridge, international, 42, 56

Bridgers, Hal, Lee’s Maverick General: Daniel Harvey Hill, rev., vii, 157-158

Bridgers, Melissa Caroline Tinsley, xxx, 62; and son W.W., 62

Bridgers, W.W., xxviii, 99-100, 101; xxxviii, 137-142; photo, 140; 44, 182; 46, 91

Bridges, Sarah, vi, 112

A Brief History of the Origin of Elephant Butte Dam,” by Helen Orndorff, art., xii, 43-44

Briggs, Charles L., The Wood Carvers of Cordova, New Mexico, rev., xxxvi, 52

Briggs, Moses Carson, xxii, 56

Briggs, Thomas, xxviii, 167

Brigham, G. Harvey, ii, 75

Brinck, Flora (Mrs. James P. Hague), xx, 146

Brinck, Stella, viii, 99

Brinckerhoff, Sidney B., Metal Uniform Insignia of the Frontier U.S. Army, 1846-1902, rev., xviii, 39-40

Brinster, Joseph, iii, 68, 69, 70

Brion, John P., ii, 124n

Briscoe, Joe, x, 57, 58, 59

Bristol, Captain Henry B., vi 135, 140; x, 31, 32

Brite Ranch, 41, 55, 87

Brittain, Dan L., “A Civilian with Pershing in Mexico,” art., xiv, 49-51; note, xiv, 64

Brittick, Mrs. Martha, xi, 31n

Brittin, Frances, xxi, 107

Britton, Karen Gerhardt, Bale O’Cotton: The Mechanical Art of Cotton Ginning, rev., xxxviii, 154

Brixner, Berlyn, xxii, 14

BRLA Southwest Book Awards, xxv. 162

Broaddus, Francis, xviii, 182

Broaddus, Francis C., Sr., 48, 81

Broaddus, Francis C., Jr., “Tribute to Robert Randolph Jones,” xxiv, 7; xxix, 127

Broaddus, Mrs. Francis C., x, 123

Broaddus, Francis Cole, “Skip”, Jr., 48, 87-88

Broaddus, Helen, 48, 88

Broaddus J. Morgan, rev., xxviii, 192; xxix, 152; xxx, 48; xxxi, 47, 216; xxxii, 49, 203; xxxiii, 104, 200; xxxiv, 153; xxxv, 48, 203

Broaddus, Jr, J. Morgan, The Legal Heritage of El Paso, rev., ix 38-39; notes, i, 72, 77; v, 43

Broaddus, Marian, xviii, 182

Broaddus, Marian Howe, ix, 127; 48, 87

Broaddus, Martha Lou, art., “Thy Name Forever - Historic Preservation at El Paso High School,” xxxi, 157

Broaddus, Nancy Jane, 48, 88

Broadhurst, John R., 48, 107

Broadway of America,” 47, 87

Broadway Street, xxviii, 128

Broberg, W.E., ii, 78n

Brocius, Curly Bill, xviii, 111

Brockmoller, Hans E., xxvii, 176

Brockmoller, Judge Hans E., x, 123

Brockmoller, Mrs Hans E. (Janet), x, 123; xiv, 99; xxi, 87; “Dr. William M. Yandell,” art., xxi, 10; xxii, 139; xxiii, 154; xxiv, 143; xxv, 181

Brockmoller, Janet, arts., “An Interview with Mrs. Enriquetta Rubio López,” xxvii, 34; “Tribute to Dr. William Martin Yandell,” xxvii, 152; A Music of Two Spheres: The Story of Margaret Conklin, xxx, 143

Brockmoller, Sunny Leigh, rev., xxix, 46

Brody, J.J., xxiii, 160

Bronco, Empire beverage, 42, 126

Bronimann family, 42, 170

Bronson, Edgar B., xix, 197, 202

Bronson Block, 42, 191

Bronson Building, 50, 25, 125

Bronze Street, xxii, 114

Brooks, Brevet Lt. Colonel H., iv, 104

Brooks, Lt., vi, 89, 91

Brooks, Lt. Edwards J., xvii, 17, 22 fn.28

Brooks, S.P., xvii, 43

Brooks Hotel, Ysleta, xxxvi, 166; photo, 167

Brothers on the Santa Fe and Chihuahua Trails: E.J Glasgow and W.H. Glasgow, 1846-1848, edited and annotated by M.L. Gardner, rev., 39, 48

Brotherson, Mrs. G.M., xxii, 81

Brotherton, Captain David H., vi, 132; viii, 30; x, 32

Browder, B.M., vii, 104, 106

Brown, Mrs. A.A., x, 109

Brown, Dr. A.E., xvi, 87

Brown, B.F., vii, 53, 54

Brown, Beulah, xxi, 73

Brown, Bryan W., “Boyhood in Early El Paso - 1903,” art., Part One, xv, 4-15; Part Two, xv, 42-57; notes, xv, 36, 80

Brown, Mrs Bryan, xxxii, 100

Brown, Dr. C.C., xvi, 87

Brown, Dr. C.P., xvii, 27

Brown, Charles P., M.D., xxxvi, 81

Brown, D.C., 42, 137

Brown, Dale, xxiv, 43

Brown, Eric, xxvii, 135

Brown, Esther R., xxx, 136

Brown, Ethal, vi, 113

Brown, Frances Earle, xix, 12, 14

Brown, Frank E., xxiii, 153

Brown, Frank Wells, xv, 44; xvi, 65; 49, 119

Brown, Mrs Frank Wells, x, 109

Brown, George, xxv, 113

Brown, Gerald B., “The El Paso and Southwestern Railroad.” art., i, 55-59’ “Protestantism Comes to El Paso - St Clement’s Episcopal Church,” art., i, 127-133; notes, i, 76, 142

Brown, H.S., xxvii, 182

Brown, J. Porter, xix, 18

Brown, J. Wylies, x, 99

Brown, Miss Jane Ann, xviii, 143

Brown, Miss Joanne, xvii, 155

Brown, Congressman John (Kentucky), xvi, 92

Brown, John C., xxx, 109

Brown, Governor John C., xvi, 10

Brown, Julia, 48, 201

Brown, Julia A., x, 100

Brown, Kate Moore (Mrs. W.R.), xxxiii, 161-162, 166, 171, 173n, 174n

Brown, Lea, 49, 74

Brown, Major Lytle, xv, 58

Brown, Nellie May, xxi, 73

Brown, Bishop Orsen Pratt (Mormon), xi, 139

Brown, Postmaster General, xvii, 112

Brown, R.B. art., “John Potts of Chihuahua,” 43, 3

Brown, Mrs. R.H., i, 43n

Brown, Ray, xi, 139

Brown, Mrs. Ruby Spilsbury, xxv, 11; “My First Trip to El Paso,” art., xxv, 112

Brown, Shirley, 40, 188

Brown, Sonia and Morris, 48, 201

Brown, Ted, vii, 143

Brown, Volney, 47, 136

Brown, W.B., xviii, 25; xxi, 152

Brown, W.D., 47, 92

Brown, Dr. W.L., vii, 75; xviii, 25; xxi, 152

Brown, W.R., xi, 72, 189

Brown, Mrs. W.R., v, 72; x, 96; xiii, 129; xx, 133; 50, 110, 113

Brown, Warren, E., Hall of Honor: Tribute to Dr. Lawrence Nixon, 47, 163

Brown, Colonel William C., xii, 8

Brown, William R. xxxiii, 162, 173n

Brown, Mrs. William R., 48, 83

Brown Bess muskets, 43, 61

Brown Scare,” 42, 55

Brown Street, 45, 148

Brown Street Reservoir, xxiii, 36

Brownfield, A. Dee, 47, 31, 32

Browne, Kenneth, 46, 151

Browne, C.W., xxi, 23

Brownell, General Herbert, xxii, 145

Brown’s Hotel (Washington, D.C.), xvii, 119

Broyles, Paul, xix, 10

Broyles, Paul V., xiv, 81;

Bruce, Alfred W., ii, 78n

Bruce, Major G. Gordon, xix, 219

Brucker, General Wallace A., xiii, 3su

Brucker, General Wallace H., xvi, 135

Brucker, Mrs. General Wallace H. (Ann), xvi, 135; xvii, 155

Brucker, Sergeant Wilber M., vi, 7, 13

Bruhn, Henning, 42, 99

Bruhn, Minna, 42, 99

Brukardt, Dr. Herman, 41, 172

Brum, Captain John, iii, 30

Brunner, Florence G., art., “Upson’s Last Stand,” xxx, 95

Brunner, Rev. Francis, xxvii, 107; xxxi, 213

Brunner, Dr. George, xvii, 26

Brunner, Mrs. George, i, 3, 46n, 144; ii, 2; xxv, 23; 49, 68

Brunner, John, xxii, 182; xxiii, 131

Brunner, Newcomb, vii, 135

Brusuelas’ Land Grant, 43, 163

Brusuelas, Juan, 46, 61

Bryan, Lt. Francis T., xxxi, 129-130

Bryan, Hilliard, xxxii, 40

Bryan, Irene, xix, 12

Bryan, James, 43, 73,77

Bryan, Mabelle, xxiv, 147

Bryan, Marilyn T., “The Economic Political and Social Status of the Negro in El Paso,” art., xiii, 74-86; note 108

Bryan, W. Joe, xviii, 15; (Attorney), xxxii, 161

Bryan, William Jennings, iv, 118n; xx, 173; Secretary of State, 42, 17

Bryant, Stanley, 46, 125

Bryant, Bob, xvii, 106

Bryant, Ed., iii, 72

Bryant, Keith L., Jr., Arthur E. Stillwell: Promoter with a Hunch, noted, xvii, 37

Bryson, Conrey, “The El Paso Tin Mine,” art., iii, 4-13; “El Paso and the Poll Tax,” art., iv 46-52; “Biographical Sketch of Lawrence M. Lawson.” art., vii, 23; “The President’s Message,” art., viii, 13; “The Reverend B.M.G. Williams,” art., viii, 15-17; “Hall of Honor Address: Vast Horizons,” art., ix, 124-126; “What Time is it in El Paso,” art., xii, 45-47; notes, iii, 42; iv, 85; v, 78; vii, 5, 39, 143; viii, 152; ix, 39, 42, 79, 119, 123; xii, 64, 100; xvi, 45; “Tribute to Judson F. Williams,” art., xviii, 154-158; notes, xviii, 143, 197; “The President’s Message,” xix, 3-4, “In Skagway They Still Remember Pete Kern,” art., xix, 126-132; Hall of Honor address, “All our Yesterdays,” art., xix, 164, 169-171; Dr. Lawrence A. Nixon and the White Primary, rev., xix, 225-226; note, xix, 231; “Eugene O. Porter-1899-1975,” art., xx, 4-6; 76; xxi, 1, 125; Desert River Crossing, rev., xxi, 39; Horny Toad Man, rev., xxi, 86; xxii, 44, 105, 179, 190; Down Went McGinty, rev., xxii, 191; xxiii, 40, 79, 161; Forty Years Among the Indians, rev., xxiii, 81; Cities of the American West, rev., xxiv, 192; Tribute to Mrs Willard W. Schuessler, xxiv, 149; xxv, 40, 99; Hispanic Culture in the Southwest, rev., xxv, 45; The Women Who Made the West, xxv, 140; rev., xxvi, 44; art., “Tribute to Abraham Chávez, Jr.,” 158; rev.xxx, 99; arts., “Contemporary Civil Rights Issues as Affected by Events in El Paso, xxvii, 26; “Water in the Courts,” 172; revs., 47, 186; xxviii, 90; xxix, 99; art., “Carl Herzog; His Colophon is in our Hearts,” 141; photo, xxxi, 28, 42; art., “Three Decades of the Word from the Pass,” 43; rev., 218; xxxii, 17; rev., 103; art., “Progress Report: A Letter from Dr. L.A. Nixon to the NAACP, 1952,” 183; rev., 202; xxxiii, 71; rev., xxxiv, 104; xxxv, 47; art., “A Man Named Aoy,” 95; rev., xxxvi, 49; rev., xxxviii, 100; 39, 141-144; photo, 142; art., “Downtown El Paso,” 145; “Tom Lea, Artist,” art., 40, 160

Bryson, Mrs. Conrey, ix, 123

Bryson, Mrs. Conrey (Fay G.), xix, 168; xx, 184-185; A Guide to Ancient Mexican Ruins, rev xxii, 131; xxviii, 82

Bryson, Maurice, xix, 126

Bryson, Maurice C., art., “Remembering My Dad,” 39, 141

Buchanan, Francis, xxi, 112

Buchanan, Monsignor Henry D., iv, 95n; xxi, 111; Tribute to, by Francis J. Smith, xxii, 148; xxiii, 127

Buchanan, James, xxvii, 39

Buchanan, Julia (Koon), xxviii, 159

Buchanan, S.H., xi, 74; xiii, 12sp; xxii, 182

Buchanan’s Hardware and Grocery Store (Ysleta, Texas), xxviii, 154

Bucher, W.H., xxiii, 34

Buchoz, Lillian, xxiv, 173

Buckaloo, Miss May, xxv, 72

Buckenhofer family, 42, 170

Buckler, J.A., i, 43n; ii, 31

Buckler, Judge, xix, 197

Buckler, Judge C.N., 44, 40

Buckler, Patterson and Teel, xxiv, 103

Buckler Building, xxvii, 140; photo, 141

Buckley, William F., 45, 87

Buckner, Hugh, xxxiv, 82

Buckskin Frank Leslie, by Colin Rickards, rev., x, 69-70

Budd Lee House, The, xvi, 46

Buena Vista, Battle of (Mexico) v, 148; xiv, 83; xvii, 81

Buena Vista, (U.S./Mexican War), 40, 117

Bueno, Father, iii, 70

Buffalo Bones, xv, 111

Buffalo Soldiers, xix, 60; 40, 163

Buffington, Ann, ed., Memoirs of a Country Doctor, by James W. Louis, M.D., rev., xxxviii, 101; art., “Bumming a Ride on Mr. Eddy’s Railroad,” 39, 65; Introd. to Old Lincoln County Pioneer Stories: Interviews from the WPA Writer’s Project, 39, 202; rev., 200

Buford, Anne, 44, 169

Bugbee, H.D., ix, 158

Builders of El Paso,” KTSM radio program, 44, 108

Builders of El Paso, The,” radio drama series, 49, 187

Bull, Thomas, 46, 184

Bull Durham Tobacco, xxii, 153

Bull” Montana (Movie Star), xiv, 122

Bull Run, Battle of, v, 105, 107; vi, 83

Bullard, Leonard, 48, 108, 109

Bullet Holes in the Buick,” art. by Eleanor Ida McCamant Lyon as told to Eleanor Lyon Duke, xxxiii, 41

Bulletin (El Paso Newspaper), ii, 74

Bullfights on the Border: A History of Barrera Taurina, El Paso’s Aficionado Club,” art. by Charlcie Joan Zavala, 42, 39

The Bullion (mining journal published by Charles Longuemare, 1883-1893), xxxviii, 90; 39, 28, 32; 40, 185

The Bullion of Charles Longuemare,” by Dorothy Durham Hale, xxxi, 137

Bullis, General John L., iv, 84

The Bungalow and its Place in El Paso,” art., (and photos) by Partrick Rand, xxxi, 173

Bunton, U.S. District Judge Lucius, xxix, 87

Burch, Albert, 47, 31

Burch, R.M., vii, 69

Burchell, Tom, viii, 71, 73

Burckhalter. Marietta Mills, xvii, 80

Bureau of Reclamation, xxvii, 173; 44, 88

Burges, Alfred Rust, 44, 39, 40

Burges, Bettie Rust, 44, 39

Burges, James Fenner, 44, 38, 39-42

Burges, Jane (Mrs. Jane Perrenot), xv, 84

Burges, Jane Rust, 48, 81, 82

Burges, Richard, 50, 130

Burges, Richard F., 43, 34; 44, 183; 46, 108; 49, 27

Burges, Richard Fenner, xvii, 87; xviii, 181, 182; 47, 190; 48, 81, 83

Burges, Richard Fenner (State) Representative, xxvii, 154, 156; xxviii, 101, 108; xxxvi, 94-95

Burges, Major Richard Fenner, viii, 7, 122; x, 98, 127; xii, 102, 120; xiii, 111; xv, 99; xv, 83; xx, 100; xxi, 12, 120; xxiii, 127; xxv, 24

Burges, Major Robert, xvi, 15

Burges, W.H., Sr., xxi, 12

Burges, Mrs. W.H., xxi, 12

Burges, Will H. (Billy), iv, 92; viii, 99, xv, 83, 84

Burges, William H., 44, 39, 183

Burges, William H. Jr., 44, 39, 40

Burges, William Henry, xxvii, 154; xxviii, 62, xxxi, 17-21, photo, 16; xxxii, 119; xxxiv, 82

Burges, William Henry Jr., xxvii, 154, 156, 157

Burges Home, xviii, 181-183; xxii, 179

Burges House, 39, 111, sketch facing 107; East Portico, photo, 42, 54; 47, 187; 48, 79-95; 49, 72; 50, 189

Burges House, sketch by “Ricardo,” xxxv, 3

Burges House, The,” art. by Lea Vail, 44, 38

Burges House Commission, 43, 34

Burges Open House, 44, 36

Burges Papers, xxvi, 141

Burgess, Don, xxii, 83; Raramuri: A Tarahumara Colonial Chronicle, 1607-1791, rev., xxiv, 137

Burgess, Chief Packer, xix, 58

Burgett, Emily and William, art., “Historic Tours Along the Sunlit Trail,” xxx, 115

Burgett (Bourgett), Sarah (The Great Western), xii, 122

Burgett, Sarah, (Great Western), xx, 37

Burgett, Capt. (Ret.) William A., xxii, 179; xxiii, 143; xxi, 166; xxii, 133; xxiii, 78, 117, 154; xxiv, 187

Burgett, Mrs. William A., xvi, 135; xvii, 155; xviii, 143; xxi, 166; xxii, 133; xxiii, 78, 117, 154; xxiv, 187

Burgett Foundation, xxiii, 118

Buried Treasure of Chief Victorio, The,” by Leon Denny Moses, art., xix, 184-187

Burk, Robert, xxvi, 103

Burkburnett, Texas, viii, 135

Burke, Msgr. Andrew, xviii, 144

Burkhart, John W., 42, 40

Burks, Mrs. J.L., ix, 128

Burleson, Aaron, xix, 18

Burleson, Edward, xix, 10, 18

Burleson, Postmaster M.L., xvii, 114

Burleson, Marianne, 47, 74

Burleson, Milton L., “An Incident of the Escobar Revolution,” art., ix, 147-151; notes, ix, 155; xiii, 3sp

Burleson, Mrs. Milton L., xiv, 99

Burleson, Rufus, xvii, 41

Burlingame, Margaret K., revs., xxix, 101; xxxiv, 102

Burlingame, Robert, poems, “El Paso Morning,” xxxiii, 46; Desert, not Wasteland,” xxxi, 84

Burnet, President David G., xx, 77

Burnett, Bernice, xxx, 137-138; photo, 140

Burnett, David G, xi, 129

Burnett, Lt. George, xix, 64

Burnett, Georgellen, We Just Toughed It Out; Women in the Llano Estacado, rev., xxxv, 201

Burnett, John G., 50, 12

Burnett, Julia (Jay Blair), viii, 135, 137, 138, 139

Burnham (See Berheim)

Burnham, Cornelia, xxvii, 11

Burnham, Daniel, xxx, 105-110 passim; architechural sketches by, 106, 109; 47, 150

Burnham, Parker, xxvii, 5-14; photo, 7

Burns, Earl, xxiii, 79

Burns, Ruby, xvi, 84, 88; Josephine Clardy Fox, rev., xix, 100- 101; “Pat Garrett’s Daughter and El Paso’s Song,” art., xxi, 60, 131; xxxii, 13; rev., xxxv, 103; EP Times society editor, 41, 6

Burns, Mrs. Ruby, ix, 123

Burr, Aaron, xvi, 92, 93, 94, 100, 101

Burr, Elizabeth, xxx, 136; and daughter Ruth, xxxii, 42

Burro Canyon, 41, 18

Burro, The, xxv, 85

Burros Range, xviii, 107

Burrows, Mrs. George, xxiii, 103

Burrows, Jack, John Ringo: The Gunfighter Who Never Was, rev., xxxii, 200

Burrows, Mary Harper, art., “Jim Harper, My Father,” 42, 135

Burrus, Ernest, J. S.J., The Missions of Mexico Since 1776, rev., xxv, 186; rev., xxxviii, 143; 175; art. “An Historical Outline of the Socorro Mission,” xxix, 145, 179; xxxi, 148; (Jesuit scholar), 44, 13

Burshell, Tom, 49, 131

Burt, W.O., ii, 117

Burton, Bill, Hall of Honor: Tribute to Richard Warren Mithoff, 45, 9

Burton, Clarence, xiv, 35

Burton, J.B.W., xxii, 182; xxiii, 131

Burton, Col. Jonathan R., 43, 130

Burton Lingo Lumber Company, xxii, 112

Busalacchi, Mrs. Anthony, xviii, 143

Bush, Dr. I.J., iii, 50, 51, 54, 57n

Bush, Dr. Ira J., 44, 72

Bushong, J.C., xii, 122

Business and Industry, El Paso, 1890, xxxvii, 3-12

Business/Corporate Members, EPCHS, xxxviii, 42, 74, 136, 194

Bussell, Richard F., art., “Augustus Koch’s ‘Bird’s-Eye View of El Paso Map: Observations and Oddities,” 50, 23

Bustamente, Pedro de, xxvii, 99

Bustillos, Leonides, 50, 39

Bustillos, Leonides Alarcon, 50, 41

Busy Bee Confectionery, 42, 124

Butler, Dr. Arthur, xxix, 35-38 passim

Butler, Douglas, xxxiv, 182

Butler, Steady, xxiii, 30

Butler, Traci D., xxiii, 117

Butler, William, xiv, 25

Butt, Captain Archibald, iii, 130, 131, 132;

Butterfield, John, iii, 130, 131, 132; 50, 174

The Butterfield Overland Mail, 1857-1869, by Roscoe P. and Margaret B. Conkling, xxx, 145-147 passim

Butterfield - Overland Mail Company, ii, 83, 84, 84n; iv, 82; xi, 108; xv, 132

Butterfield Overland Mail Company (Stage), xvii, 6; xviii, 5; xxiii, 39; xviv, 87; xxv, 4, 120

Butterfield-Overland Mail Line, 50, 179

Butterfield Overland Mail Stage Station, Hueco Tanks, xxix, 68

Butterfield Overland Stage, xvi, 86

Butterfield Overland Stage Company and El Paso,” art. by Dawna Hubert, xxviii, 26

Butterfield Stage Co., xxxi, 124-133 passim; 162-166 passim

Butterfield Stage Line, 47, 92

Butterfield Trail, i, 3; xxv, 23

Butts, Pearl, xxiv, 175

By Wagon From El Paso to the Bonita Valley in 1894,” by Eugene O. Porter, art., iv, 113-122

Byers, Annie Brady, 48, 145

Byers, Dr. Ballad, 48, 145

Byers, Dr. Earl Pious, 48, 145

Byers, Mary Elizabeth, 48, 146

Byrd, Bobby, poem, “To My Wife, While She Gardens,” xxviii, 42

Byrd, Admiral Richard E., xxii, 163

Byrne, Archbishop Edwin V., vi, 47

Byrnes, General J.J., xi, 121

 

CA-Bar Cattle Company (New Mexico), xxxviii, 196

Cabal, Juan, xx, 49

Cabal, Fray Juan, xxix, 179-180

Cabal, Father Juan, 48, 6, 9

Caballero, Cesar, The Chicanos of El Paso: An Assessment of Progress, rev., xxv, 96

Caballero, Juan Pablo, 50, 9

Caballero y Barrio, Juan, 47, 107

Caballo Dam, 44, 90

Caballo Reservoir (Dam), v, 28; vii, 14; iv, 107, 111; xii, 44

Cabell, Lt. Colonel De Rosey C., xiv, 50; xv, 62, 71n

Cabeza de Vaca, i, 82; 50, 30, 31

Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar Nuñez, xxvii, 99

Cabeza de Vaca, Nunez, 46, 176

Cabeza de Vaca’s Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America, trans. and ed. by Cyclone Covery, rev., xxx, 51

Cabeza de Vaca (Commemorative Coin), xvi, 83

Cabeza, Santa María de la, x, 19

Cabrera, Miguel, xvii, 102

Cabinet, the Old (Miller’s Place, El Paso), ii, 46

Cachupín, Tomás Vélez, governor, 45, 108; 46, 58

Cactus Club of El Paso, xxxi, 92

Cadelo, Fray Isidro, 47, 176

Cadiz Constitution of 1812, 50, 5

Cadwallader, E.F., 50, 112

Cadwallader, Virginia, xxviii, 157

Cadwallader Orchard, xxiv, 122

Cady, W.M., xix, 149

Caffey, David L., Land of Enchantment, Land of Conflict New Mexico in English-Language Fiction, rev., 45, 203

Cahero, Emilio García, xxvi, 164, 167, 168

Calaway, Sgt., 43, 60

Calbert, Robert A., ed., Texas Vistas, rev., xxvii, 188

Caldarella’s Market, 46, 45

Caldarella, Jack, 47, 89

Calderon, Pasqual, 49, 192

Calderon, Ralph, 46, 151

Caldwell, Captain Neal, xiv, 115

Caldwell, John W., xix, 116, 117

Caldwell, Mary, poem, “And God Said, ‘Build Fences’,” xxxii, 198

Caleb, Walker F., The Alamo, rev., vii, 122

Calhoun, James, viii, 85

Calhoun, U.S. Indian agent James S., xxxiii, 60-61, passim

Calhoun Opera Company, iv, 90

California, State of, ii, 91

California Column (Volunteers), i, 98; iii, 17; iv, 79; v, 28, 33, 108, 134; vii, 90; x, 30; 44, 66, 132; 46, 184

California Column in New Mexico, by Darlis A. Miller, rev., xxviii, 43

California Pipe Organ Company, xix, 148

California Volunteer Cavalry, 44, 132

California Wine Company, 50, 135

Calisher, J., i, 43n; 50, 25

Calisher’s Department Store, xxvii, 140

Callaghan (Callahan) Eugene, xvii, 85; xxi, 73

Callaghan, Mrs. Eugene (Enid Ainsa), xvii, 85

Calle Comercio (Calle Dieciseis de Septiembre), 48, 130

Calle del Comercia and Avenida Lerdo (Cuidad Juarez), 42, 98

Calleja, Felix Maria, 50, 4-5

Calleros, Benita Blanco de, xxii, 144

Calleros, Carlos, 47, 195

Calleros, Cleofas, i, 2, 31, 113, 116, 143; viii, 35; xiv, 3; xvii, 87, 135; xxi, 34; xxii, 128, 143, 174; Tribute to, by Jesus B. Ochoa, xxii, 142; xxiii, 127; xxv, 21; xxviii, 116; xxxi, 62-63; photo, 62; The Mother Mission, 148, 155; 39, 107-108; photo, 108; 47, 27; 48, 48, 189; 49, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 185; 50, 32, 33, 185

Calleros, Cleofas and Graham, Marjorie E., El Paso - Then and Now, rev., ii, 27

Calleros, Mrs. Cleofas, xvii, 135

Calleros, Ismael, xxii, 142

Calleros, Maria del refugio Perales de, xxii, 143

Calles, General Putarco Elias, xx, 107

Calles, Plutarco Elias (President of Mexico), ii, 98, 101, 104; see Elias Calles, Plutarco, 40, 23; 48, 188

Calley, Jay T., rancher, 42, 132

Callis Baker Players, xxii, 30; xxv, 128, 129

Callis-Baker theatrical group, 47, 85

Calnan, Dr. G.B., vii, 75; 49, 191, 192, 193

Calnan, Marian (Nicoll), xix, 12

Calubre River (New Mexico), iv, 105

Calumet Oil Company, xx, 8; xxiv, 71

Calumet and Arizona Copper Company, 49, 5

Calvert, Dacia Ann, xi, 170

Calvert, Justice Robert, xx, 81

Calvo, Gov. José Joaquin, 43, 8

Camacho, Andres de Jesús, 50, 74

Camacho, Fray Andrés de Jesús, xxviii, 115

Camacho, Avila, x, 3

Camacho, Sebastian, xxiv, 114

Camargo, Chihuahua, 42, 163

Camel Corps, U.S. Army, xv, 39; xvi, 81

Camels, xxvii, 128

Camerone, Hacienda de los, xix, 78

Camerone: A Wee Bit of Franco-Mexican History,” by Eugene O. Porter, art., xix, 78-81

Camilli, Mrs Sam, xxiii, 153

Camino Real, xxxviii, 165; xxxi, 76-78; 43, 4, 177; 44, 14, 17, 19; 46, 176, 177, 181-182; 47, 55, 143-144

Camino Real (Santa Fe - Chihuahua Trail), ii, 59; ix, 103

Camino Real at the Pass, The: The Economy and Political Structure of the Paso Del Norte Area in the Eighteenth Century,” art. Dr. Rick Hendricks, 44, 13

Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, 50, 169-185

Camozze’s Ice Cream Parlor, xxi, 109

Camp, H.D., xxiv, 74

Camp, Jack, xxiv, 74

Camp, John D., 48, 141

Camp, William H., xxiii, 31

CAMPS (MILITARY)

Apache (Arizona), viii, 48

Carrizo (operated by NMMI), xxxvi, 190

Concordia (El Paso), viii, 30; xxiii, 145

Cotton (El Paso), vi, 107; photo, xxv, 60

Floyd (also Camp Wheeler and Ft. McLane, New Mexico), v, 132

Howze (Texas), xii, 73

Lee (Virgina), x, 54

Morton, xvii, 119

Reynolds (later Ft. Shaw, Montana), x, 57

Rice (Ft. Hancock, Texas), iv, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25; xi, 122; xxix, 162

Verde (Bandura, Texas), xvi, 83

Wichita (later Ft. Sill, Oklahoma), iv, 157

Camp Broadway, 49, 85

Camp Concordia, 44, 70

Camp Dale Resler, 49, 165

Camp Del Norte, 49, 85

Camp Deluxe, 47, 87

Camp Floyd, Utah Territory, 41, 12

Camp Franklin, 47, 88

Camp Grande, 49, 81-88

Camp Grande Revisited,” art. by Judy and Frank Mangan, with Minnie Earp Travis and Robert Earp, 49, 81

Camp Pioneer, 49, 91, 94, 95, 98-100

Camp Rock, 49, 85

Campa, Arthur L., Hispanic Culture in the Southwest, rev., xxv, 45

Campaign in New Mexico With Colonel Doniphan, A, by Frank S. Edwards, rev., 41, 152

Campbell, Mr., xviii, 28

Campbell, Albert H., iv, 7, 10, 13, 63. 68. 69; vii, 22, 24

Campbell, Mrs. Amador, iv, 115n

Campbell, Mrs. Bill, xviii, 143

Campbell, J.D., xxii, 113

Campbell, Mrs. J.M., xxii, 81

Campbell, James, i, 43n; xii, 17

Campbell, Rev. James Milton, xxxi, 214

Campbell, George, x, 22, 23, 24; xiv, 31

Campbell, Howard and Alexandro Silva, art., “Robert Zingg: El Paso Anthropologist,” 41, 117

Campbell, Leas, xxviii, 121

Campbell, R.F., xvi, 11, 15

Campbell, Richard C., revs., xxxv, 104; 155; Two Eagles in the Sun, rev., 40, 154

Campbell, Robert, 44, 163

Campbell, Col. Robert E., 49, 111

Campbell, Mrs. Robert F. xviii, 98

Campbell, Susie, x, 36

Campbell, Thomas M. (Governor of Texas), iii, 90, 93

Campbell, William S., 46, 84, 86

Campbell & Lancaster Saloon, 46, 86

Campbell & Truit Saloon, 46, 86

Campbell Street, 42, 123; 44, 166; 49, 4,33

Campo, Mrs. Ignacia de, 45, 188

Canada Dry Bottling Company, 48, 102, 141-142

Cañada, New Mexico, x, 9

Cañada-Alamosa Indian Agency (New Mexico), xii, 115

Canadian River, iv, 151; xvi, 12

canal, 42, 79

Canal Street, 48, 47, 50

Canales, General, xx, 32

Canales, David “Frito Bandito”, 42, 46

Canales. Representative Terry, xxi, 81

Cananea, Mexico, xx, 7

Canby’s Captain of the Southwest 1860-1862,” by Richard K. McMaster, art., Part One, vi, 79-95; Part Two, vi, 123-140

Canby, Colonel (General) Edward R.S., i, 92, 97, 98; iii, 15, 76, 77; v, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 85, 106, 107; vi, 82, 84, 89, 123, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134; vii, 4 7, 88; x, 29, 30, 145, 146; xi, 112, 113; xxvii, 121, 125-127

Canby, Colonel (General) Edward Richard Sprigg, xvii, 15, 21 fn. 23, 78; xvii, 122; xxv, 121

Canby, Colonel Richard, 44, 58

Canby, C.R., iii, 7, 8

Canda, Charles J., 41, 137, 140

Candelaria, Alex, xxix, 68

Candelaria Mining Company, xxiv, 25

Canesco, Cesar, xxii, 119

Cannon, Chuck, xxii, 184

Cannon, George Q., ix, 9

Cannon, Lowell, 49, 19

Cannon, Sister Mary Sheila, xx, 59

Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E., xxii, 181

cannon pieces, 43, 62

Cannon’s store on El Paso Street, 42, 6

Cañon (Canyon), Bonito (New Mexico), vii, 25

Cañon Carne (New Mexico), vii, 29

Cañon City (New Mexico), iv, 106

Cañon de los Lamentos (Quitman Canyon), xi, 109, 124

Cañon Diablo (New Mexico), vii, 29

Cañon (Canyon), Yellow House (Texas) x, 62n

CANTONMENT (MILITARY)

Burgwin (New Mexico), iv, 104, 110

Dawson (New Mexico), iv, 108

Garland (Colorado), v, 128

Cantu, Esteban, governor, 45, 85

Cantwell, Louise, xxvii, 164

Canutillo, New Mexico, iii, 73, vi, 24

Canutillo (Canutilla), New Mexico, xvii, 17, 22 fn.32

Canutillo, Texas, xxxiv, 46; 42, 14; 48, 20

Canutillo Grant, 44, 163

Canutillo (ranch) owned by James W. Magoffin) xxvii, 52, 59

Cap Mossman, Last of the Great Cowmen, by Frazier Hunt, rev., ii, 67-68

The Caparisoned Horse, by Richard K. McMaster, rev., xiii, 138

Cape of Good Hope, x, 83

Cape Hatteras, ii, 94

Cape Horn, ii, 92

Capell, Henry, xi, 99

Capitalists, Caciques, and Revolution: The Native Elite and Foreign Enterprise in Chihuahua, Mexico, 1854-1911, by Mark Wasserman, rev., xxx, 98

Caples, Dick, 42, 194

Caples, Edward A., xxxii, 126; 48, 56

Caples, Richard, i, 61, 125; 43, 16; 50, 130

Caples, Mayor Richard, xxiv, 110; xxxiv, 90; 145-146

Caples Building (El Paso), iii, 50; 46, 37

Capone, Al, xxiii, 19

Caprock Canyon: Journeys into the Heart of the Southern Plains by Dan Flores, rev., 42, 198

Capshaw, Kenneth, 48, 92

Captain George M. Frazer’s Arizona Rangers, C.S.A.,” by Martin Harwick Hall, art., xix, 71-77

Captain John H. Rogers: Texas Ranger, by Paul N. Spellman, book note, 48, 209

Captain Joseph C. Lea: From Confederate Guerrilla to New Mexico Patriarch, by Elvis E. Fleming, book note, 48, 210

Captain Madison and ‘The Brigands’,”, art., by Wayne R. Austerman, xxxii, 25

Captive Mountain Waters, by Dorothy Jensen Neal, rev., vii, 77-78

Captivity and Suffering of Mrs. Jane Wilson, The,” by J.J. Bowden, art., xvii, 51-67

Cara de Caballo,” (Murillo), xxviii, 128-129

Carajal, Francisco, iii, 147, 148, 149

Carajal, Saturnino, xxiv, 104

Carameros, George, 46, 151

Caraveo, General, iii, 104

Carbajal, Juan, 50, 182

Carbajal, Capt. Rafael, 43, 59,62

Carberry, Lt. J.E., xii, 7, 8

Carberry, Thomas, iv, 67

Carbine, Shirley, 42, 40

Cárdenas, Julio, i, 13, 13n

Cárdenas, Lazaro, viii, 127

Cardenas, President Lazaro, xxiii, 23

Cárdenas, Jr. Leonard, The Municipality in Northern Mexico, rev., viii, 150-151; “The Mexican Village - Then and Now,” art., ix, 99-104; notes, viii, 110; ix, 120

Cardero, Juan, xvii, 102

Cardiff Giant, xxii, 18

Cardis, Don Luis, xx, 147

Cardis, Luís (Louis), i, 5, 50, 50n, 119; vii, 92; 40, 122

Cardon, Alice, xx, 18

Cardon, Emanuel Gale, xx, 24

Cardon, Hettie, xx, 18

Cardozo, Justice Benjamin N., xxvii, 29

Caregivers, The: El Paso’s Medical History, 1898-1998, by Barbara Funkhouser, rev., 46, 103

Carey, Mrs. Etta, xxviii, 30, 31

Carey, James, xiii, 11su

Carey, Mrs. Ray, x, 105

Carey, Venus, xxxvii, 13-17; photo, 14; and Mary Louis, xxviii, 30

Carff, Louis, ix, 6

Carl Hertzog Award for Excellence in Book Design, 39, 99

Carl Hertzog Collection (The University of Texas at El Paso Library), xxix, 143

Carl Hertzog: His Colophon is in Our Hearts,” art. by Conrey Bryson, xxix, 141

Carleton, Colonel (General) James H., i, 98; ii, 43; iv, 79; v, 28, 108; vii, 46, 50, 51, 59; x, 30; xi 112

Carleton, General (Brigadier General) James H., xvii, 177, 189 fn, 98; xxv, 122

Carleton, General James H., xxxv, 162; xxxvi, 8, 16-18, passim; xxxvii, 108-123 passim; 44, 66; 46, 184

Carlsbad Caverns, 44, 41; 47, 191

Carlsbad Cavern Coaches, 49, 163

Carlson, Paul H., ed., Cowboy Way, The: An Exploration of History and Culture, book note, 48, 113

Carleton, Major I.H., iv, 103, 104

Carlisle, Robert, xix, 83, 87 fn.2

Carlisle Barracks (Pennsylvania), v, 148

Carlsbad Caverns (1925), xxxiii, 137-142

Carmen, Dr., 45, 118, 119

Carmichael, Dr. David L. and Dr. Carol Price Miller, art., “Pass to the Future, A: The Keystone Site,” 44, 29

Carmichael, Norman, xvii, 40

Carnegie Hero Medal, xxii, 14

Carnegie Square, 49, 173

Carothers, George C., iii, 145, 149, 155; xxii, 69

Carpenter, D.A., xxviii, 106

Carpenter, DeAnna, 49, 72

Carpenter, Dr. Eugene R., 42, 109

Carpenter, Gene, xii, 91n

Carpenter, Harry, xii, 122

Carpenter, Henry, x, 44

Carpenter, Captain L.H., xi, 121

Carpenter, Malcolm, xiii, 12su, 14su; xvii, 113

Carr, Aubrey, vi, 96

Carr, Frank, 48, 75

Carr, Fred, xv, 44

Carr, Harry, iv, 46; v, 78

Carr, Pat, Members Mythology, rev., xxiv, 190

Carr, Mrs. Ted (Jean Gilchrist), xvi, 111, 112, 113

Carr, Waggoner, xx, 76

Carrancistas, xxv, 31

Carranza, Venustiano, xxii, 28, 31; xxiv, 60; xxv, 60, 73; 42, 17; 48, 186

Carranza, General Venustiano, iii, 115, 116, 147, 148, 150, 157

Carranza, Señora Venustiano, iii, 146

Carranza, Ygnacio, xxi, 22

Carrasco, José, xviii, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19; xxii, 11

Carrasco, David L., 48, 177-181

Carrasco, Gonzalo, artist, 45, 183

Carrasco, Magdalena Galvan de, 43, 75

Carreon, Cathy, xxv, 116

Carreon, Teresa, 42, 51

Carrie Tingley Hospital for Crippled Children, 45, 35

Carriere, Bud, 42, 40

Carriere, Helen, 42, 40,42

Carrillo, O.P., Impeachment Papers, xxi, 80

Carrington, Sfc. Herbert N., xx, 71

Carrington, Johanna (Mrs. Herbert), xx, 73

Carrington vs Rash, xx, 71

Carrizal, Chihuahua, ix, 89, 90; 43, 61

Carrizal (hacienda), 44, 19

Carrizal, Mexico, xxi, 99; xxv, 32

Carrizo Lodge, xxxvi, 187-192; photo, 191

Carrizo Springs, Texas, iii, 74

Carrizozo, New Mexico, xvi, 10, 73; xx, 8

Carroll, Alyce Outlaw, xxviii, 159

Carroll, Ann, xxviii, 157

Carroll, Dr. H. Bailey, 41, 177

Carroll, Betty Ann, xviii, 17; xxi, 135

Carroll, Ed, 41, 108, 109

Carroll, Edwin W., 46, 125, 126, 137

Carroll, Capt. Henry, xxix, 31

Carroll, John, Custer in Texas, rev., xxi, 84

Carroll, John M., ed. and ann., The Black Military Experience in the American West, rev., xvii, 90-91; xvii, 154

Carroll, Mack, photo, xxx, 140

Carroll and Daeuble, Architects, firm, xxiii, 36, 46, 125

Carroll and Daeuble and Associates, 46, 135

Carroll, Daeuble, DuSang and Rand, 46, 136

Carroll, Daeuble, Hart and Rand, 46, 137

Carroll, Daeuble and Rand, 46, 137, 138

Carroll, DuSang and Rand, Inc., 46, 138

Carrolson (No first name given - a wealthy cattle man), xii, 23, 24

Carruth, Abner, xx, 8

Carruth, Rufus, xx, 9

Carruthers, George, xxiii, 75

Carson, Christopher Houston (Kit), xxii, 54

Carson, Colonel Christopher (Kit), i, 93, 97; iii, 60; iv, 147, 153; v, 21, 22; vi, 129, 134; vii, 28; viii, 85; xxvii, 127; xxxvi, 9, 12-18 passim

Carson, Dewey, xix, 9; xxi, 108

Carson, John M., xxx, 93

Carson, Moses, xxii, 53

Carson, Nick H., xxi, 108

Carson, William Oscar, xxviii, 18-21 passim

Carter, Amon, G., iv, 84

Carter, Charlie (Charley), xix, 12; xxiv, 177

Carter, Clara, xxx, 137, 138

Carter, Clarence E., ix, 158

Carter, Frederick T., 42, 40

Carter, Gilbert B., “The Ancient Art of Surveying,” art, xi, 127- 131; note, xi, 144; xvii, 80, 88

Carter, Mrs. Gilbert (Anita), i, 113

Carter, Rev. J.R., xxx, 4-11 passim; xxvii, 101; xxxii, 133-137 passim; photo, 136; 50, 116

Carter, County Engineer, J.W., xxxii, 128; 48, 60

Carter, W.H., 96; xiii, 13sp; 50, 25

Cartwright, Brad, rev., 43, 193

Cartwright, Lotta, 48, 104

Carty, Delia, 47, 14

Carty, Mother Praxedes, 48, 205

Carty, Susan, 47, 9

Caruso, Victor, xxiv, 42

Caruso House, xxiv, 42

Casa Magoffin Compañeros, 46, 113

Casa Oppenheim, Juarez, xxv, 53

Casa Ortiz (10167 Socorro Rd), 50, 182

Casa Ronquillo (The Palace of the Spanish Viceroy), 41, 109, 115; 50, 39, 42-45, 178

Casa Ronquillo in San Elizario,” art., by William W. “Bill” Lockhart, 41, 71

Casa Ronquillo,” art., by Bill Lockhart, 50, 42

Casad, Thomas, xxviii, 21

Casarez, Tomasa, 41, 178

Casas Amarillas (Man-made caves, Texas), x, 59n

Casas Grandes, Mexico, i, 8; iii, 105; xii, 6; xiii, 4su

Casasola, Alfonso, 47, 23

Casasola, Agustin, Jr., 47, 24

Casasola, Agustin Victor, 47, 24

Casasola, Estrellita, 47, 27

Casasola, Gustavo, 47, 24,26

Casasola, Ismael, 47, 24

Casasola, Mariano and Vicenta S., 47, 24

Casasola, Miguel, 47, 24

Casasola Legacy in El Paso, The,” art., by Samuel Sisneros, 47, 23

Casasola Photography Studio, 47, 23, 25

Casasola Studio Collection, 47, 23

Casciano, Biagio, xxii, 166

Casdorph, Paul, The Republican Party in Texas, 1865-1965, rev., xi, 143

Case, R.N., iv, 116n

The Case of the Missing Documents,” art., by Bud Newman, xxviii, 172

Casey, W.D., xix, 10

Casino de Chihuahua, 42, 167

Casner, Buck, and family, xxxii, 41

Casner, Edward Hunter, xxiv, 124

Casner, Edward V. (Pete), xxiv, 124

Casner, Lucille and Rainey, xxviii, 30

Casner Brothers, xxiv, 125

Casner Chevrolet Company, xxiv, 125

Casner Family, xxiv, 124

Casners, of El Paso, The,” by Paula Dziuk, art., xxiv, 124-127

Casselas, Pablo, v, 54, 56, 60

Cassidy, General (Lieutenant General, ret.) Richard, xvi, 7; xxv, 101

Casteñeda, Carlos E., ii, 106n, 107n

Casteñeda, Dr. Carlos, xvii, 104; xxi, 153

Casteñeda, Doroteo, xvi, 23

Castel Gap (Texas), i, 101

Castillo, General Maximo, xxiv, 61

Casteel, Martha, 45, 30

Castellano Drive, 46, 137

Castelli, Alicia B., 47, 70

Castillo, Al, 42, 40

Castillo, Henry, 42, 42

Castle Gap and the Pecos Frontier, by Patrick Dearen, rev., xxxiv 50

Castle Heights, 46, 196

Castle Heights Subdivision, xxii, 114

Castle Kern, xix, 126

Castle Mountain (Texas), vii, 150

Castro, Luis “El Soldado,” matador, 42, 41

Cathcart, Dr., xvii, 26

Cathcart, Dr. & Mrs. John W., xxvi, 42

Cathcart, John W., 45, 117, photo 118

Cathedral High School, 46, 128

Cathedral High School, founding of, xxxv, 125

Catholic Cemetery (El Paso), 40, 6, see Concordia Cemetery

Catholic Church, 39, 113-123

Catholic Community Center; xxi, 112

Catholic Conference, 48, 48

Catholic Diocese of El Paso, xiv, 122; xxvii, 107

Catlin, Ben S., xvi, 109; xxii, 182, xxiii, 131

Caton, W. Barnie, xi, 7

Catron, Thomas B., x, 65; xii, 113; xiv, 30

Catron, Thomas Benton, xvi, 179, 180; 44, 135

Catron, Tom, xxvii, 114

Cattle, Horses and Men of the Western Range, by John H. (Jack) Culley, rev., xxx, 201

Cattle Queen of New Mexico,” 41, 42

Caudillo, Olympia, co-translator, “Inventory of Fray José Bravo” (1795), xxxiii, 19

Causey, Barbara, “The Last Wild West Train Robbery,” art., vi, 74-78; note, vi, 101

Cavalier. Robert Sieur de la Salle, x, 83

Cavalry Museum, xxxiv, 46

Cavalry Museum of El Paso, xxi, 87, 133, 142; xxii, 52, 133, 141, 185; xxiii, 40, 76; xxiv, 44, 92, 144; xxv, 22, 40, 90, 99, 107

Cavalry Squadron of Veracruz, 43, 56

Cavalryman vs. Cowboy,” art by Thelma Cox Knoles and Jessie Peterson, xxxv, 171

Cave, Dorothy, Four Trails to Valor, From Ancient Footprints to Modern Battlefields: A Journey of Four Peoples, book note, 47, 101

Cavitt, S.H., xxvii, 19

Cawley, Heather, 47, 189

Cazneau, Mrs. William L., Eagle Pass or Life on the Border, rev., x, 78-79

Ceballos, Juan de Dios, 43, 9

Cebolla River (New Mexico), xviii, 95

Cebrián y Agustín, Pedro, 47, 122

Cedar Grove Elementary School, 46, 127

Cedarville Cemetery (White Oaks), 41, 42

Celebration on the Border: The Taft-Diaz Meeting, 1909,” art., by Robert Bruce Crippen, xxix, 115

celerity wagon,” 49, 177

Celis, Don Alonzo Vitares Rubin de, v, 145

Cement Lake, xxiv, 71

Cemeteries, El Paso Lower Valley, xxxiv, 137-144; photos, 139, 142, 144

cemetery, Juárez, 42, 71

The Cemetery Trail: A Tour of History and Traditions in the El Paso Valley,” art., by Marta Estrada, xxxiv, 153

Census, 1821 of Santa Fe, N.M., 44, 108

Census of 1841 for Ysleta, Socorro, and San Elizario, 43, 138

Census of 1841 for Ysleta, Socorro and San Elizario, ed. by Lucy F. West and Mary A. Sarber, rev., xxxiv, 153

Census, 1842 of El Paso de Norte, 44, 112

Centennial Marfa,” art., by Oliver R. Smith, Sr., xxix, 84

Centennial Museum, 44, 73; 50, 31; See also El Paso Centennial Museum, also El Paso Advisory Committee for the Texas Centennial

The Centennial of a Locomotive,” by Adolph A. Story, art., ii, 78-80

Center Chapel One at Fort Bliss,” art., by Charles J. Brandt, xxviii, 186-190; drawing, 186; photo, 189

Central Building and Improvement Co., xxix, 7

Central Cafe, Juarez, xxii, 163; 49, 12, 14

Central Fire Station, 46, 140

Central Hotel, xxvii, 105; 50, 24

Central Pacific Railroad, xxiii, 88

Central School, xxvii, 35; (1890), xxxv, 34; 44, 166

Central School of El Paso, xxiii, 128; xxiv, 13

Central Standard Time, xii, 47, 49, 50, 53, 55, 56, 57

A Century of Freemasonry in El Paso, by John W. Denny, rev., ii, 66

A Century of Growth: The El Paso Public Library, 1894-1994,” art. by Mary Sarber, 39, 5

Cerrillos, New Mexico, xvi, 69

Cerro Alto (Sierra Alta), 41, 136, 147

Cerro Alto (New Mexico), iii, 135

Cerro de Muleros (Mexico), iv, 55

Cerro Gordo, Battle of, xvi, 116, 117

Cerro Prieta, Mexico, xxv, 13

Cervantes, Ysidro, art, “World War II Memories,” 40, 135

Cerveceria Juarez S.A., 43, 169

Cerwin, Herbert, xiv, 25

Cessna, J.B., 43, 80

Cessna vs United States, 43, 70-71, 73, 74, 75, 77

Chabot, Frederick Charles, 50, 67

Chacon, Alicia, xx, 90

Chacón, Mariocita, xxv, 122

Chaffee, Captain Adrian R., ii, 85

Chaffee, H.B., 43, 80

Chagra, Patricia, viii, 148

Chalfant, William Y., Dangerous Passage: The Santa Fe Trail and the Mexican War, rev., 39, 150

Chalkley, John F., Zach Lamar Cobb: El Paso Collector of Customs and Intelligence During the Mexican Revolution, 1913-1918, book note, 48, 211

Chamber of Commerce Managers (El Paso), xiv, 48

Chamber of Commerce Presidents (El Paso), xiv, 48

Chamber of Commerce, Women’s Department, xvi, 43 (See also El Paso Chamber of Commerce)

Chamberino, New Mexico, xx, 63

Chamberlain, Ed, 49, 139, 141-144

Chamberland, Lavert, xxiv, 174

Chamberlin, Nancy Lackland, xxxii, 32

Chamberlin, Mrs. Nancy Lackland, iv, 72

Chambers, Colonel (Ret.) C.H., xxi, 130

Chambers, Chester Hall, “El Paso as seen by Fannie Chambers Gooch,” art., ii, 611-65; note, ii, 70

Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Earl L., xiv, 84

Chambers, Kathy, “A Man Without a Country,” art., xiv, 84-85; note, xiv, 84

Chambers, Lem, ii, 61, 62

Chambers, Stella J., xix, 21

Chambers, Thomas Jefferson, xix, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23

Chamizal, 44, 44, 111

Chamizal Arbitration, 50, 142

Chamizal Boundary, xvii, 165

Chamizal Case No. 4, 43, 168

Chamizal claim, 48, 132

Chamizal Controversy, xxx, 17-18

Chamizal dispute, 47, 169, 191; 50, 142

Chamizal Dump, xxviii, 136-140

Chamizal dumping, 50, 147

Chamizal Land Grant, 43, 166

Chamizal National Bank, 47, 167

Chamizal National Memorial, 46, 134, 140, 143

The Chamizal Settlement, by Gladys Gregory, rev., viii, 150-151

Chamizal ‘Tipping’ Point?, The, El Paso’s Garbage in 1910,” art. by Sarah Hill, 50, 142

Chamizal Treaty, 43, 168-169

Chamizal Treaty (1963), 48, 46

Champion, Laurie, and Bruce A. Glasrud, African American West: A Collection of Short Stories, rev., 46, 48

Champion, M., x, 51; 49, 173

Champion, M. (Matthew), 48, 127

Chamuscado-Rodriguez Expedition of 1592, xxxi, 127

Chan, Rev. Issac L., D.D., xxviii, 65, photo, 64

Chancellor, William, xxxi, 175

Chandler, Judge, xvi, 17

Chandler, Marie, xxviii, 121

Chandler, T.W., iii, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66

Chandler, (El Paso) County Judge, W.M., xxxii, 87

Chaney, Jack, xxvi, 8; 49, 186

Chanin, Abraham S., art. “The Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives,” xxxviii, 119

Chapa, Juan Bautista, Texas and Northeastern Mexico, 1630-1690, edited by William C. Foster, rev., 42, 102

Chapin, Lt. Gurden, 41, 13

Chaplin, Charlie, 50, 46

Chapman, Bob, xv, 90; xxi, 119

Chapman, Edith, xiv, 35

Chapman, Lt. C.G, xii, 7

Chapman, Jay, 46, 125

Chapman, Jack T., 47, 6

Chapman, Roy, 49, 131

Chapman, Roy T., 47, 3-8

Chapman, Roy, xxxiii, 71; and brother Jack, 71

Chapman, Lt. Colonel William V., vi, 82; x, 29

Chapultepec, Mexico, xvi, 117

Chapultepec Castle, iii, 95

Charity Union, The, xvii, 159; xxii, 177

Charles, Mrs. Tom, ix, 123; x, 123; 49, 69

Charles Ellis 1877 Salt War Victim—An Untold Story,” art. by Olga Trujillo Hernandez, 50, 38

Charles Leland Sonnichsen: An American Pragmatist,” art., by S. Gail Miller, xxxvi, 181

Charles Littlepage Ballard: Southwesterner, by James P. Baughman, rev., xiii, 94-95

Charles Porter’s Account of the Confederate Attempt to Seize Arizona and New Mexico, by Alwyn Barr, rev., x, 34

Charles Street, 48, 45

Charles Wright: Botanizer of the Boundary,” art., by Clinton P. Hartmann (Part I: “A Connecticut Yankee in Van Horne’s Train”), xxxvii, 55; (Part II: “At the Edge of the Power Struggle in the U.S. Boundary Commission”), 171

Charles III, King of Spain, ix, 93

Charles V, Emperor, xvii, 169, 171

Charleton, Major General Russell and Brig. General William A. Poe, The History of the National Guard of New Mexico, 1606- 1963, rev., ix, 37-38

Charman, Harry, xviii, 54

Charrote Mountain (Texas), vii, 150

Charlton, A.G., 48, 106

Charreada: Mexican Rodeo in Texas, essays by Julia Hambric, Bryan Wooley, Francis Edward Abernathy, book note, 48, 212

Charter member garden party, 42, 186

Chase, C.M., viii, 62, 63

Chase, Clarence C., xxii, 125

Chase building, 46, 134

Chastian, Lou, vii, 133

Chato (Chatto), ii, 86; viii, 131

Chaudoin, Joe, 48, 75

Chauvenet, Regis, iii, 6, 7

Chauvenet, S.H., xxiv, 28

Chauvet, Charles, 42, 39

Chavaret de Baeza, Mexico, 42, 60,62

Chaves, Espiridion, 50, 45

Chaveta Spring, Mexico, xviii, 172

Chávez, Abraham, xxxix, 150

Chávez, Abraham Jr., xxvi, 158-162; photo, 162

Chávez, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sr., xxvi, 158ff

Chávez, Alfredo (Governor of Chihuahua), x, 106, 107

Chávez, Father Angelico, vi, 48, 53

Chávez, Antonio José, xviii, 68

Chavez, Dr. Armando, xvi, 37

Chávez, Cesar, xviii, 185

Chavez, David, art., “World War II and El Paso’s Second Ward,” 40, 55

Chavez, Dennis, 45, 35

Chávez, Señora Elvira Vasquez de, x, 106, 107

Chavez, Eutemio, 50, 44

Chávez, Gómez, x, 106

Chavez, Inocente, xvi, 11

Chávez, John B., The Lost Land: The Chicano Image of the Southwest, rev., xxx, 200

Chávez, José Francisco, xii, 113

Chavez Leyva, Yolanda, rev., 43, 196

Chavez, Mariano, xviii, 68

Chávez, Señor Regina Wisbrun de, x, 107, 108

Cheek, Lawrence W., Ancient Peoples of the Southwest; A.D. 1250, rev., 40, 51

Chelmont Shopping Center, 46, 134; 49, 56

Chenoweth, Velma, xxiv, 175

Chenowith, Wayne, xiv, 81

Cherno, Milton, 46, 150

Chero-Cola Company, 48, 102

Cherokee Strip, xvi, 11

Cherry Land Dance Hall, xvi, 77, 78

Cherubusco Country Club, 45, 151

Chew, David and son, David Wellington, xxviii, 60

Chew, Eddie Wade, xxvii, 84; Edgar, 84

Chew, Herlinda Wong, xxxvii, 41-46; photo, 43; and family members, 46

Chew, The Honorable Wellington, ii, 15

Cheyenne, Wyoming, xvii, 112

Cheyenne Mountain, xvi, 96

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad, ii, 78

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R.R., xix, 111, 112

Chicago Opera Company, xxiv, 64

Chicanismo: The Forging of A Militant Ethos Among Mexican Americans by Ignacio M. Garcia, rev., 43, 51

Chicano,” xxvii, 34

Chicano Affairs, xxi, 35

Chicano Renaissance: Contemporary Cultural Trends, edited by David R. Maciel, Isidro D. Ortiz and Maria Herrera-Sobek, book note, 48, 164

Chicanos of El Paso, An Assessment of Progress, The, by Oscar Martinez, rev., xxv, 96

Chihuahua, Mexico, xvi, 99; xix, 82; xxiv, 19

Chihuahua, Chih, Mexico, 42, 15,17,168; 43, 3,181; 44, 19

Chihuahua Brewery, 50, 133

Chihuahua City, Mexico, ii, 14, 15, 53. 65; ix, 5, 6; x, 81, 105, 106, 108; xi, 134; xii, 8, 9, 11

Chihuahua Copper Mining Company, 47, 108

Chihuahua Dragoons, 43, 58

Chihuahua en 1910: Album del Centenario, 47, 109

Chihuahua Foreign Club, 42, 167; 47, 107-117

Chihuahua Foreign Club, The,” art. by James M. Day, 47, 107

Chihuahua Mail, xxiv, 19

Chihuahua Pacific Railroad, xxii, 37

Chihuahua Rangers,” 43, 25

Chihuahua-Santa Fe Trade, 48, 19

Chihuahua-Santa Fe Trail, 43, 56

Chihuahua Street, 48, 43, 45, 50

Chihuahua Trail, 48, 119-120; 50, 170

Chihuahuita, 42, 68; 48, 42-50

Chihuahuita: A neglected Corner of El Paso,” art., by Fred M. Morales, xxxvi, 23; 48, 42

Chihuahuita (Little Chihuahua), xviii, 96

Chihuahuita Historic District, xxxvi, 23-34; map, 26-27; photo, c. 1903, 29

Chihuahuita Improvement Association, 48, 49

Chihuahuita Youth Service Club, 48, 50

Child of Many Rivers: Journeys To And From The Rio Grande, by Lucy Fischer-West, rev., 50, 99

Child Stealers, The, by Fred Grove, rev., xviii, 186-87

Childhood Memories of Southern New Mexico,” by I.B. Goodman, art., xviii, 59-63

Childhood Memories: World War II and El Paso,” art. by Rosa Guerrero, 40, 61

The Children of the Sun, by Marcienne Rocard, rev., xxxv, 104

Chilins, Jack, xix, 116

ChilKoot Pass, xix, 126

Chinampas, Mexico, 42, 41

Chinatown of El Paso, xxviii, 60-63 passim

Chinda, Viscount Sutemi, Japanese Ambassador, 42, 17

Chinese, 42, 57, 140-41, 172; 46, 109

Chinese Benevolent Society of El Paso, xxviii, 63-64; 40, 10

Chinese Community, El Paso, 1881-1982, xxviii, 58-66, 138-139

Chinese Exclusion Act (1882) 42, 3

Chinese in El Paso, 39, 33-34

Chinese in El Paso, The, by Nancy Farrar, rev., xvii, 202-203

Chinese washhouses, 50, 25

Chinos Water Holes (Ponds), vii, 107, 118n

Chipewa (Chippewa), Battle of, xvii, 81

Chipman, Donald E., Spanish Texas, 1519-1821, rev., xxxviii, 201

The Chiricahua Apaches Return to the Southwest,” art. by Phillip G. Nickell, xxxviii, 185

Chiricahua Apaches, xiv, 68; xix, 55, 68

Chiricahua (Chokonen) Apaches, 41, 13

Chiricahua Range, xviii, 107

Chisholm Trail, xxvii, 188

Chisos Mountain (Texas), iii, 61, 63, 64, 67; iv, 84

Chisum, Frank, xxxi, 31

Chisum, John, 41, 40

Chisum, John Simpson, xxix, 109, xxxi, 31ff

Chisum Ranch, 42, 138

Chittenden, H.M., xviii, 30 fn.1; xxii, 55

Chivas Town, xxviii, 125

Chivington, Major John M., i, 96; vi, 133

Chivington. Maj. (later Col.) John, xxxii, 28-31 passim

Chloride, New Mexico, xvii, 87

Chocano, José Santos, xxiv, 64

Chocolate Paso (Mexico), iii, 145

Chocolate Shop, xxiii, 30

Choctaw Seminary (Armstrong’s Academy), iv, 17

Chope, Chester, xxii, 175

Chopin Hall (El Paso), v, 71, 72; xix, 155; xxii, 19

Chopin Music Hall, xxvi, 101; xxxiii, 164, xxxviii, 46

Chorpenning, George, iv, 8

Chris Fox Memorial Fund, xxix, 83, xxxviii, 52

Chris P. Fox, Inc., 49, 13

Christian, Garna L., “El Paso’s Splendid Little War,” art., xxiii, 5; Dissension in a Garrison Town: El Paso in 1898 and 1916.,” art., xxv, 56; The TexasHeritage, rev., xxv, 139; revs., xxvi, 47, 94, 147; xxvii, 142, 188; xxviii, 41

Christian, Jane M., The Navajo: A People in Transition, rev., ix, 152

Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, xxxv, 8

Christian Petrus Fox,” by H. Campton Jones, art ., xiii, 106-110

Christian Scientists (First Church of Christ Scientist), xxvii, 108

Christie, H.E. “Hal,” xxxv, 141-147 passim

Christie, Mrs. H.E., vii, 143

Christie, Mrs. Joe, xv, 117

Christie, Senator Joe, xv, 117

Christie, John, 42, 129, 130

Christin, Arthur, 44, 173

Christmas at Fort Davis,” art. by Lucy Miller Jacobson, 40, 162

Christmas on the American Frontier, 1800-1900, by John E. Baur, rev., vii, 155-157

Christmas reception, 43, photos 34-35

Christy, Lt. A.R. xii, 7

Christy, Hal, xxiii, 30

Chronicles of the Big Bend, by W.D. Smithers, rev., xxi, 163

Chulili, Pueblo of (New Mexico), i, 138

Church, Amelia Bolton, 44, 131

Church, Colonel G.S., xiv, 25

A Church is Born,” art., by Verdon R. Adams, xxx, 3

Church and Church, xxiv, 29

Church of Christ (3101 Montana), 46, 130

Church of Immaculate Conception, 44, 170

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon), xviii, 163; xx, 17

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of El Paso (Mormon), xxxi, 28

Church of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Juárez), xvii, 70

Church of Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de los Monsos del Paso del Norte, xxviii, 172-175 passim; photo, 173

Church of St Clement (Episcopal), viii, 15; xxvii, 101, 109; photo, 103; xxviii, 36; 44, 177; see also Pro Cathedral Church of St. Clement

Church of Tae, xx, 158

Church of Ysleta - Recent Documentary Discoveries,” art., by W.H. Timmons, xxviii, 113

Churches, El Paso, early 1890, xxxv, 34

Ciá, Pueblo of (New Mexico), x, 89

Cíbola, Seven Golden Cities of, x, 79, 80

Cielos, Señora L. W. de M., x, 107

Cigarito, José, xxvii, 129

Cimarron, New Mexico, xvi, 13

Cimarron Crossing, xix. 29

Cini, Count George, 50, 47

Circle K Corporation, xxi, 141

Circuit Rider of the Big Bend, by W.D. Smithers, rev. xxvi, 147

Cisna, Pedro, viii, 108

Cisneros, José, i, 29, 79; ix, 78, 158; x, 124; xiv, 107; Riders of the Border: A Selection of Thirty Drawings, rev., xvi, 123-125; note, xvi, 45; “Art By and For the Bilingual,” art., xvii, 99-105; note, xvii, 151; xviii, 128, 129, 130; xix, 4, 177-183; xxi, 86; Faces of the Borderland, rev., xxii, 84; xxiii, 127, 154; Teresita, ill., xxiii, 121; xxv, 23, 103; xxvi, 173, 180; xxvii, 41-2; Riders Across the Centuries: Horsemen of the Spanish Borderlands, rev., xxx, 46; xxxi, 43; Drawing (“El Adelantado Don Juan de Oñate, c. 1598”), 77; xxviii, 152; drawings, xxxii, 3,, 130-131; drawings, xxxiii, 18, 21, 26-27; drawing (“Don Francisco Vásquez de Coronado”), xxxiv, 5; 116, 201; xxxv, 47; drawings, 159, 185; drawings, xxxvii, 55ff, 115, 177, 182- 183; art., “My Life as an Illustrator in the Southwest,” xxxviii, 95; drawings, 94, 191; 41, 180; 49, 69

Citadel, the (South Carolina), i, 8

Cities of the American West, by John W. Reps., rev., xxiv, 191

Citizens Reform League (1893), xxvii, 157

Citrón, Conchita, viii, 146, 148

City at the Pass, by Leon C. Metz, rev., xxvi, 45

City-County Hospital, 42, 114

City Directory for 1886-1887, 50, 25

City Hall Flagpole Dedication, xxii, 181

City Hall Park, 44, 72; 49, 178

City National Bank (El Paso), xix, 150; xxiii, 75

City of El Paso, El Paso’s Forgotten Past, rev., xxiii, 80

city “scavenger,” 50, 145-146

Ciudad Chihuahua, xxv, 12, 30, 76

Ciudad Guerrero, Mexico, xxv, 12

Ciudad Juárez (see also Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe and El Paso del Norte), iii, 138; vii, 64, 65; ix, 99, 102, 103; xxiv, 17, 57; xxv, 13, 23, 30, 39

Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, 42, 6, 8, 9, 11, 17, 39

Ciudad Juárez and the Escobar Revolution,” by Daniel B. Cullinane, art., iii, 97-105

Civic Center Theater, 46, 140

Civic reform efforts in El Paso (1880s and 1890s), xxxii, 44, 133-140

Civil Defense Corps, 42, 174

Civil Rights Issues, El Paso, early 20th cent., xxvii, 26-31

Civil War, 44, 55

Civil War activities, El Paso area, xxxvii, 107-123

Civil War Diary of Major Charles Emil Wesche,” art. with intro. by Jerry D. Thompson, 39, 37

Civil War Engagements, El Paso Area, xxxviii, 112-116

Civil War in the Southwest: Recollections of the Sibley Brigade, by Jerry Thompson, editor, rev., 47, 50

The Civil War in the Western Territories, by Ray C. Cotton, rev., vi, 96-97

Civil War Operation in West Texas and New Mexico: 1861-62,” by Daniel A. Conner, art., i, 90-98

Civil War Period Cookery by Robert W. Pelton, rev., 48, 156

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), 48, 60

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), 47, 89

Civilian Defense Council and Canteen, xxi, 137

A Civilian With Pershing in Mexico,” by Don L. Brittain, art., xiv, 49-51

C.L. Sonnichsen: Grassroots Historian, by Dale L. Walker. rev., xvii, 199-200

Claiborne, H.S., iv, 8

Claiming Their Land; Women Homesteaders in Texas, by Florence C. Gould and Patricia N. Pando, rev., xxxvi, 203

Clair, Laurence E., xiv, 8

Clanton, Ike, xviii, 111

Clardy, Allie “Polly” (Mrs Zeno B.), xxxiii, 80

Clardy, Z.B., xvi, 62, 64, 65

Clardy tract, 49, 30

Clark, Governor Edward, xxv, 17

Clark, Ernest “Cowboy,” 49, 17

Clark, Etta, xvi, 62, 64, 65; 39, 84-85; photo, 85

Clark, F.H., xvi, 12

Clark, Judge George, xiii, 128

Clark, Gloria, viii, 144

Clark, Mrs. John, xviii, 143

Clark, Leigh, xii, 122; 49, 125

Clark, Judge Leigh, 41, 74, 81, 82; 42, 138

Clark, Mrs. Leigh, xiii, 128; xvi, 130

Clark, Margaret Hardage, xxv, 128

Clark, Mary Beth, x, 105

Clark, Meriwether Lewis, 40, 116; 43, 24

Clark, Major Meriwether Lewis, ii, 54n, 84; iv, 134

Clark, Major M. Lewis (son of above), xiv, 82

Clark, Myra Prater, 41, 82

Clark, Robert C., xxxi, 60

Clark, Mr. Vivian N., xiii, 26sp

Clark, William, xx, 15

Clarke, Anna, i, 128

Clarke, Frances Helen Corey, i, 127

Clarke, Gaylord Judd, xxiii, 55

Clarke, Judge Gaylord Judd, i, 127, 128, 130, 131

Clarke, J.I. xvii, 74

Clarke, Mary Whatley, David G. Burnet: First President of Texas, rev., xiv, 86-87

Clay, Henry, viii, 84, ix, 72

Clayton, Francis, xx, 162; “San Antonio Street as It Used To Be,” xxi, 107

Clayton, Frank, xxi, 107

Clayton, Lawrence, Historic Ranches of Texas, rev., 39, 151

Clayton, Rose, xxi, 107

Clayton, W.S., 48, 53

Clayton, Walter, xix, 9; xxi, 107; 49, 29

Clayton, William A., xiii, 30sp

Clayton, William E., xxi, 107

Clayton, Rep. William E., xxvi, 6; (Assistant District Attorney, later District Attorney), xxxii, 164; Justice (Eighth Court of Civil Appeals), xxxvi, 130

Clayton, New Mexico, xvi, 73

Clear Fork of the Brazos (Texas), xvii, 53, 54

Cleary, Jim, 49, 131

Cleaver, Captain William H., 46, 160-166

Clegg, Luther B., ed., Empty Schoolhouse, The: Memories of One-Room Texas Schools, rev., 42, 151

Clement, Shirley G., poem, “Shady Ladies,” 39, 84; art., “It Took a Car to Stop Him,” 44, 187

Clement, Shirley Gillett, art., “Power at the Pass,” xxxvii, 141

Clements, Charlcie Joan (Zavala), 42, 40,42,45,50

Clements, George H., xviii, 7

Clements, Joe, xxv, 73

Clements, Mrs. Joe, xxii, 105

Clements, Joe Hardin, 48, 150

Clements, Luke, 42, 40

Clements, Mannen, xvi, 112

Clements, Mannie, xvi, 53, 57

Clements, Tom, xix, 9

Clemons, Texas John, xxxv, 11

Clemont, Robert Vincent, “a Color Portrait of a Pioneer, Samuel B. Gillett,” art., viii, 33-34; note, viii, 40

Clendenin Elementary School, 46, 128

Cleveland, President Grover, i. 122; ii, 79; xvi, 107; xix, 212; xxi, 16; 44, 166; 45, 42

Cleveland, James, xiv, 37

Cleveland, Maeona, 44, 191

Cleveland Square, xxv, 22; 49, 173

Clifford, James, xxii, 182; xxiii, 131

Clifford, John B., xix, 107

Clifford, Craig and Tom Pilkington, Range Wars: Heated Debates, Sober Reflections and other Assessments of Texas Writing, rev., xxxiv, 150

Clifton, Henry and Sue, xxxii, 40

Clifton, Joe and Minnie, xxxii, 40

Clifton, Arizona, vii, 45

Climatological and Geological Data of the El Paso Area,” by Helen Orndorff, art., vii, 149-153

Clint, Texas, xxxiii, 17, 86-87

Clint High School, 40, 139

The Clock,” fictional memoir of Lincoln Park School and neighborhood, 1920s, by Mary Bowling, xxxiv, 30

Cloister Gardens (New York), xvii, 176

Cloudcroft, New Mexico, xvi, 162; xxiv, 36; 41, 162; 42, 162

Cloudcroft,” poem by Joseph Somoza, xxviii, 57

Cloudcroft Baby Sanitarium, xxii, 177

The Cloudcroft Baby Sanitarium,” by Estelle Goodman Levy, art., vii, 136-148

The Cloud-Climbing Railroad, by Dorothy Jensen Neal, rev., xii, 29

Club Taurino Juan Saldana Miranda (Cd Juarez), 42, 41, 51

Clum, John, xix, 53, 54

Clurg, George, “Trans-Pecos Landscapes,” art., vii, 149-153; History in the Open: Its Outdoor Sites and Landmarks - Graphic American and World History, rev., x, 155-156; note, vii, 160

Clymer, Kenton J., rev-essay, “Presbyterianism in El Paso: Histories of Two Churches,” xxix, 72

Coaches of America Life Insurance Company, xxi, 141

Coahuila, Mexico, x, 81

Coahuiltecan Indians, ix, 91

Cobb, Zach (U.S. customs chief), 42, 61,62

Cobb, Zachary Lamar, xxiv, 60

Coblentz, Luther, xxii, 31

Coblentz, Myrtil, xxii, 82

Coblentz, Mr. and Mrs. Myrtil, 48, 203

Coblenz, Germany, xvi, 171

Coburn, J.L., xii, 35

Coburn, J.S., iv, 8

Cocheu, Brig. General, iii, 105

Cochise, iv, 160; v, 101; x, 47, xii, 115, 116; 41; 15, 16, 17

Cochise, Chiricahua Apache Chief, by Edwin R. Sweeney, rev., xxxvi, 202

Cochran, Lillian (Mrs. Thomas Herren), xi, 133

Cochran, Mickey, xxxiii, 137

Cochrane, Alvis, xix, 12

Cochrane, Earl C., xiii, 11su

Cock of the Walk: The Legend of Pancho Villa, by Haldeen Braddy, rev., i, 20-21

Cockerell, T.D.A., xvii, 197

Codallas y Rabal, Joaquin, 47, 122

Code of the West: A Novel, by Aaron Latham, book note, 48, 114

Coe, George, xxviii, 54

Coe, Louise and husband (Wilbur F.), xxx, 131

Co-ed Dance. xvi, 160

Cofer, R.E., xix, 22

Coffin, C.O., iv, 36; vi, 115

Coffin & Company, 42, 94; 44, 173-174

Coffman, W., i, 43

Cofradía, 39, 113-123

Coggeshall, Helen Roberts, “The Happy Invasion of 1916,” art., vi, 107-114; notes, vi, 147; vii, 37

Cohen, Frieda (Mrs. Albert Mathias), xx, 92

Cohen, Mrs. Ray (Mrs. Sam Goodman), xviii, 60

Cohen, Rubin, xxvi, 57

Colbert’s Ferry (Red River), iii. 132

Coldwell, Ballard, 45, photo 19, 20, photo 24

Coldwell, Judge Ballard, xx, 133; xxii, 18; xxxv, 75-80, photo, 77

Coldwell, Mrs. Ballard, viii, 4, 106n; ix, 56n

Coldwell, Mrs. Ballard (Eleanor), 43, 41

Coldwell, Mrs. C.N., xxii, 84

Coldwell, Carlisle, 48, 89

Coldwell, Colbert, vii, 91; viii, 31, 101; x, 123; xxii, 18, 179; xxiii, 78; art., “William Michie Coldwell,” 40, 27, see also Hall of Honor; art., “Gentle Musing: My Early Memories,” 45, 19; 48, 89

Coldwell, Judge Colbert, art., “The Message,” xxxiii, 3; photo, 3

Coldwell, Colbert and Ida, 43, 41, 43

Coldwell, George, xvii, 76

Coldwell, Harold, xix, 9; xxii, 81; 45, photo 19, 21

Coldwell, Commander Harold, viii, 101; ix, 56n

Coldwell, Mrs. Harold, ix, 57

Coldwell, Hugh, xxii, 18; 45, photo 19,21

Coldwell, Ida W., art., “William Michie Coldwell, Pioneer Lawyer and Civic Leader,” xxxiv, 121

Coldwell, Jennie, ix, 57

Coldwell, Jimmie, ii, 15

Coldwell, Katherine (Mrs. Frank Kruesi Slutter), art., “The Sunday Furies,” xxxv, 75

Coldwell, (Mattie) Elizabeth (Mrs. John A. McCain), ix, 56

Coldwell, Nathaniel Colbert, xxxiv, 26, 121; 45, 20

Coldwell, Philip, xxii, 18; 45, 21

Coldwell, Stella (Brinck), 45, 20, photo 21

Coldwell, Thomas, 45, 20

Coldwell, Valdez (Buddy), ix, 60

Coldwell, Judge William M., xx, 148; xxii, 18; xxiii, 131; xxiv, 110; 46, 108

Coldwell, William Michie (Billy), vii, 93, 94; viii, 99; xxxiv, 121-126f, photo, 123, xxxv, 76-78; 40, 27, photo, 29; 45, 19, photos 19, 20

Coldwell School (El Paso), xvi, 76; 49, 19

Cole, John, xvii, 194

Cole, Martha, xxviii, 120

Cole, Samuel, 50, 124

Cole, Tom, 46, 162-164

Coleman, Barry O., “The President’s Message,” art., xiii, 3sp; Hall of Honor Address: The Past is Prologue,” art., xiii, 112-113; notes, x, 123,; xi, 3; xiii, 32sp; iii, 143; xiv, 5; xvi, 45, xviii, 3

Coleman, Mrs. Barry O., xiii, 111; xiv, 99; xv, 117; xvi, 135; xx, 143; xxi, 131, 166; xxii, 139, 179; xxiii, 154

Coleman, Principal (Douglass School) William, xxxv, 11-12

Coles, A.P., xiv, 104; xxi, 18, 22; xxvii, 83; xxxii, 121-122, 126; 42, 193; 48, 52, 56

Coles, Mrs. A.P., xx, 134

Coles, Alfred P., 44, 183

Coles, Mr. and Mrs. David, and son Jack, xxxii, 42

Coles, J.F., 48, 56

Coles, J. Frank, vii, 140; x, 98; xviii, 104; xxii, 114; xxxv, 111; 46, 196

Coles, Mrs. J. Frank, xxi, 108

Coles, O.C., 48, 56

Coles, Otis C., iv, 115n, 118n; x, 109; xii, 48; xviii, 104; xxii, 103, 114, 182; xxvii, 83; xxviii, 35; xxxv, 106, 111; 44, 183; 46, 196, 199; 50, 23

Coles, Mrs. Otis C., x, 105

Coles Brothers Real Estate Agency, xxvii, 83

Coles Brothers Realty, xxii, 103, 114

Coles Building and Real Estate Company, 46, 196; 49, 124

Colfav, Schuyler, v, 48

Coliseum, 46, 132

collector of customs, 44, 166

College of Mines (El Paso), xvi, 146; 49, 183, 184

Colligan, John D., The Juan Paez Hurtado Expedition of 1695, rev., 41, 49

College of Mines, Woman’s Auxiliary, xxvi, 6-20 passim

College of Mines and Metallurgy, xxiv, 24

Colliers, xxv, 69

Collier’s Weekly, iii, 46

Collingsworth Road, 47, 87

Collingwood, Lillian, iv, 84, 86; v, 76, 77; vi, 32, 33, 144, 147; viii, 112, 115; xi, 39. 41, 44, 102, 144, 172; xii, 61; xiv, 88, 96; xvi, 32; xvii, 90, 96, 203, 206; SOUTH-WEST ARCHIVES - “The John J. Middagh Collection,” art., xviii, 86-88; “A Paradise for Scholars,” art., xviii, 131-132; “An Interview about Interviewing - The Institute of Oral History,” art., xviii, 184-185; ed. and doc., “Mama De: Tower Builder,” art., xviii, 6-13; note, xviii, 93; “The El Paso Branch Geneological Library,” xix, 41-42; “The News of the Day: The Microfilm-Newspaper Index.” xix, 92- 93; “Eventful Years: The Diaries of the Reverend Mayo Cabell Martin,” xix, 152-156; “To Reconstruct the Past: The Sanborn Map of El Paso (March 1902),” xix, 220-223; “Regional Historical Resources Depository Program,” xx, 89- 90, 97; “Records of the Women’s Auxiliary, U.T. El Paso,” xx, 133; “Grand Slam - The S.L.A. Marshall Collection,” xx, 177; “1957 List of Archival Accessions,” xxi, 34; “O.P. Carrilo Impeachment Papers,” xxi, 80; “Love in Return - The Dudley Collection,” xxi, 119; “Record of a Controversy,” xxii, 127; “Letters of Eugene Cunningham,” xxii, 34; “The Joseph K. Parrish Collection,” xxiii, 38; “The Allen G. Falby Collection,” xxiii, 110; xxviii, 3; rev., 86; rev., xxx, 46; revs., xxxiv, 47, 154; xxxviii, 52; art., “Many Happy Returns: The El Paso County Historical Society Celebrates its Fortieth Birthday,” 39, 107; Introd. to “Growing Up with El Paso in the Late 19th Century,” 39, 27; rev., 39, 202; essay, “The Winning Ways of Francis Fugate,” 40, 43; introd. to “Fields of Endeavor,” 40, 185; rev., 41, 103

Collins, Bill, 45, 30

Collins. James L., xxi, 73

Collins, Mrs. James L. (Virginia Stewart), xi, 133

Collins, Julia Coldwell, 45, photo 19,20

Collins, Michael, xxi, 73

Collins, Major Michael, xi, 133

Collins, Mike, 48, 73

Collins, Tom, 50, 45

Collins, Vernon, Sr., M.D. and Jr., M.D., xxxv, 13

Collins, Jr., Mrs. William R., ix, 56n

Collin’s Creek (Arkansas), v, 16, 17

Collinson, Frank, xv, 73

Colmenero, Damasio, 50, 32

Colmenero, Cacique Damasio, 49, 187

Colmenero, Pedro Angel, 44, 20

Colmenero House, Ysleta, xxxvi, 165-166

Colon Theatre, xxii, 29

Colon Theater, 47, 84

Colonia Chuichupa (Mexico), ix, 17

Colonia Diáz (Mexico), i, 9, 9n; xv, 59

Colonia Dublán (Mexico), iii, 157; viii, 107; xv, 60, 68, 70

Colonia Garcia (Mexico), ix, 17

Colonia Juárez (Mexico), ix, 17; xi, 138; xx, 17; xxv, 112

Colonial Terrace, xxviii, 30, 32; photo, 31

A Colony on the Move - Gaspar Castaño de Sosa’s Journal: 1590- 1591, tr. by Dan S. Matson, ed. and an. by Albert H. Schroder, rev., x, 114-115

Color Camera Club, xxi, 139

Colorado, Lorenzo, 47, 179

Colorado (Rodey) acequia, 42, 82

Colorado River, vi, 128; vii, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27; xvii. 165, 166

Colorado Volunteers (Civil War), v, 21

Colorado Volunteers (Pike Peakers), xvii, 82

Colosio, Luis Donaldo, 45, 67

Colossal Hamilton of Texas, by John L. Waller, rev., xiv, 87-88

Colquitt, Oscar B. (Governor of Texas), iii, 107

Coltharp, Lurline, The Tongue of the Tirilones, rev., x, 151-152; “Names in a Pawn Shop - a Study of Navajo Names,” art., xi, 7-15; notes, xi, 44; xiii, 26sp, 32 sp

Coltharp, Lurline H., art., “Street Names; An Index to the History and Personality of El Paso,” xxxiv, 77

Colton, Ray C., The Civil War in the Western Territories, rev., vi, 96-97

Columbia Behavioral Center, 42, 111

Columbia Mine, xxii, 113

The Columbian Quincentenery,” series of arts., by W.H. Timmons (See Timmons, W.H.)

Columbus, Indiana, xxi, 15

Columbus, New Mexico, vi, 5, 20, 107, 112, 113; xii, 5; xx, 7, 163; xxvi, 127ff; xxviii, 160

Columbus (Ohio) News, xxv, 61

Columbus raid (New Mexico), i, 8

Colunga, Elijas, viii, 35

Colvin, Bessie, xvi, 63, 64

Colvin, Robert, xvi, 158

Comanche County (Texas), viii, 35

Comanche Indians, ix, 91; xiv, 68; xvi, 94, 99; xxi, 48; 42, 135

Comanche Springs (Fort Stockton), 43, 113

Comanches, 44, 91

Comanches in the New West, 1895-1908: Historic Photographs by Stanley Noyes, assisted by Daniel J.Gelo. Forward by Larry McMurtry, rev., 44, 198

Comancheros, xvii, 59

Comacho, Fray Andrés de Jesús, xxix, 148, 149

Comer, Dan, 47, 45

Comet Creek, vii, 28

Coming of Age in the Great Depression: The Civilian Conservation Corps Experience in New Mexico, 1933-1942, by Richard Melzer, book note, 47, 102

Commentary on the El Paso Valley (1807-1848),” art., by Nancy Lee Hammons, xxxi, 65

Commercial Hotel, xxvi, 127; photo, 128; 50, 125

Committee of Public Safety (Texas Secessionists), i, 90

Communities of Religious Women (El Paso Catholic Diocese), xvii, 45, 46

Community Chest, xxi, 137; xxiii, 112

Community Development Steering Committee, xxvii, 166

Como, Perry, xxii, 168

Companari, Constantino, iv, 92

Compañia Minereo de Rio de Plata, 47, 108

Company A, Texas Rangers, 45, 160

Company C, Texas Rangers, 45, 160

Company D, Texas Rangers, 45, photo 158,160.161

Company E, Texas Rangers, 45, 160

Company F, Texas Rangers, 45, 160

Company of Santa Fe Gamblers” (‘The Brigands’), xxxii, 27-28

Comparing Cowboys & Frontiers, by Richard W. Slatta, rev., 42, 197

Compromise of 1850, xxviii, 72

Comstock, Deputy (El Paso), iii, 75

Conception Street, 49, 27, 30, 31

Conches dam, 45, 36

Concho, Professor Trinidad, xviii, 8, 12 fn.10

Concordia, xxiv, 94; 40, 4; 43, 80,181; 44, 70; 48, 21

Concordia Cemetery (El Paso), ii, 95, 124; xiii, 78; xxii, 91; xxviii, 73; xxxiv, 29, 30-31 passim; map, 40, 8, burials, 14 passim; 42, 99; 43, 37; 48, 76; 50, 74

Concordia Cemetery,” art. by Patrick Rand, 40, 3

Concordia Heritage Association, 40, 12; 47, 187

Concordia Ranch (El Paso), x, 140

Concordia School (later Lincoln Park School), xxxiv, 26; 43, 145

Concordia, Township of, xxvii, 35, 36, 40, 105, 106

Concha’s Orchestra, xxxi, 110

Conde, Francisco Garcia, 50, 71

Conde, General Pedro Garciá, viii, 83; 50, 174

Conde (Mexican Boundary Commissioner, mid-19th cent.), Pedro Garcia, xxxviii, 173-180 passim

Conde, Tony, xxvii, 167

Condon, Dale and Marshall, 43, photo 144, 150

Condon, Dale, May, and Marshall, 43, photo 146

Condon, Dr. Edward, vii, 136, 137

Condon, James Leslie (Les), 43, 147,151

Condon, John C., 43, 147,148,151

Condon, Margaret, 43, 145,147

Condon, Marshall, 43, 147,150

Condon, May, 43, 147,148,151

Coney Island Saloon, xvi, 112

Confederate Letters of Benjamin H. Freeman, The, comp & ed. by Stuart T. Wright, rev., xix, 227

Confederate New Mexico Campaign 1861-1862, (map) 44, 54

Confederate Soldier’s Letter from Fort Bliss, July 6, 1861,” art., by Martin Hardwick Hall, xxv, 17

Confederate Victories in the Southwest: Prelude to Defeat, ed. by Horn and Wallace, rev., vii, 24sp

Confessions of a Fiddlefoot, by Carlysle Graham Raft, rev., xiii, 24sp

Congregation B’nai Zion, xxvi, 68; xxvii, 111; 40, 17ff; 46, 130

Congregational Training School, 42, 109, photo 118

Conklin, Bill, xvii, 76

Conkling, Colonel and Mrs., i, 43n

Conkling, Margaret, xxx, 143ff

Conkling, Roscoe Platt, xxx, 144-147 passim

Conkling, Roscoe and Margaret, 50, 174

Conkling Roscoe P. and Margaret B., ii, 84n; xxv, 5

Conley, Richard, 49, 140

Connally, John (Governor of Texas), xiv, 108

Connell, J.M., xviii, 122

Connell, Mrs. Jesse, xi, 147

Connelley, William E., ii, 5n, 52n

Connelly, Henry, trader, 43, 6

Connelly, Henry, NM governor, 46, 184

Connelly, Dr. Henry, xvii, 178, 189 fn.107

Connelly, Milda, 46, 93

Connelly, One-Eyed, x, 63

Conner, G.E., “Telling It Like It Was,” art., xxv, 71; xxv, 11; photo, xxv, 16

Connor, Daniel A., “Civil War Operations in West Texas and New Mexico,” art., i, 90-98; notes, i, 108; ii, 38n 98, 101

Connor, G.E., 46, 87

Connor, Jack, 42, 128

Connor, John, xiii, 17sp, 20sp, 21sp

Connor, Seymour U., ed., Dear America: Some Letter of Orange Cicero and Mary America (Aikin) Connor, noted, xvii, 38

Connors, Mr. and Mrs. Carl, viii, 4

Conor, Harry, xvi, 85

Tne Conquest of Don Pedro, by Harvey Fergusson, rev., i, 22-23

Conquistadors in North American History, by Paul Horgan, rev., xxix, 154

Conroy, Stephanie, 49, 73

Conry, “Paco” and Eileen, 42, 49, 51

Consejo de Indias, ii, 22n

Constable, W.H., xxv, 73

Constellation (Warship), iii, 138

Constitution of the El Paso County Historical Society, xi, 32-36

Consumers Ice and Cold Storage Company, 50, 126, 132

Consumers Ice Company, 42, 99

consumption,” 42, 107

Consumption Heights,” 42, 108

Contemporary Civil Rights Issues as Affected by Events in El Paso,” art., by Conrey Bryson, xxvii, 26

Contested Ground: Comparative Frontiers on the Northern and Southern Edges of the Spanish Empire, edited by Donna I. Guy and Thomas E. Sheridan, rev., 44, 46

Continental Airlines, xxxiii, 180

Continental Oil Company, 42, 129

Continental National Bank, 46, 151

Contreras, General Calixto, xxv, 29

Contreras, Catalina, 42, 51

Contreras, Cesar “Silver”, 42, 45,46,47,51

Contreras, Don Juan Manso de, 48, 6

Contreras, Sergeant Prudencia, iv, 137

Convalescent Home for Tuberculosis, 42, 113

Convent of Jesus y Maria, 45, 184

Convention for the Elimination of Bancos, 44, 88

Cook, General George, ii, 81, 84

Cook, Karl R., “Dear Old Times, Spring of 1880,” art., xxiv, 112

Cook, N.P., iv, 8, 16

Cook, Capt. Phillip St. George, 43, 180

Cook (Cooke), Lt. Colonel (Colonel) Philip St. George, xvii, 61; xx, 18

Cooke County (Texas), viii, 127

Cooke Lt. Colonel P. St. George, iv, 141, 146; x, 47

Cooke (Cook), Captain Philip St. George, xix, 27, 28

Cooke, William, xxiv, 74

Cooke, William A, 50, 47

Cooke’s Canyon (New Mexico), iv, 141, 146; x, 47; 49, 175, 176

Cooke’s Peak, 49, 175

Cooke’s Spring (New Mexico), vii, 23, 24; x, 46, 47; xvii, 6; 48, 127; 49, 175

Cooley, Louise, 49, 131

Cooley, Winchester, xii, 122; xxiv, 177; xxviii, 108; xxxv, 116, 141, 142; 44, 183; 49, 28, 29, 82

Cooley, Mrs. Winchester, vii, 142; xxi, 33

Cooley School, 47, 88

Coolidge, President Calvin, v, 8, 17

Coonly, William J., xviii, 122

Coons, Benjamin Franklin, i, 66, 67n; x, 48n; xii, 38, 40; xxii, 21; xxiii, 143; xxvii, 52-59 passim; xxx, 40-43, 59; Wagon Train, xxxi, 129; xxxiii, 57, 60; xxxiv, 55-68; photo, 61; Coon’s Ranch, xxvii, 52-57, passim; 43, 107; 48, 19, 22, 24-26, 122; 50, 174

Coon’s Ranch (El Paso), i, 66

Cooper, Etha, rev., xxxv, 154

Cooper, “Old Price,” xxiii, 39

Cooper, Price, xxviii, 168

Cooper, Robert, xxii, 53

Cooper, William Price, 43, 76,80

Coopwood, Ben, xxvii, 116, 131

Coopwood, Bethel, xxvii, 115-132; photo, 117; Captain (and the San Elizario Spy Company), xxxii, 25-27

Coopwood, Davis, xxvii, 116

Cope, W.D., 50, 136

Copeland, Ed, i, 43n

Copia, 49, 32, 49

Copia Street, 42, 114

Copenbarger, Richard T., “The Altar Bell of La Trinidad,” art., xiv, 22-24; “The Lost Conducts of the Tarahumara,” art., xiv, 67-71; notes, xiv, 32, 96

Coppenbarger, Amalda H., art., “The Plaza Theater,” xxxvi, 135; art., “Liberty Hall: A Personal Memoir,” 40, 87

Copper City Brewery (Douglas, Arizona), 42, 96

copper mine (Engle), 43, 163

Copper Mines of Santa Rita del Cobre (New Mexico), xii, 37

Copper Queen, xix, 111

Copper Queen Mine (Bisbee, Arizona), i, 55, 56; 49, 5

Copper Street, xxii, 114

Copperfield Industrial Park, 49, 11

Corbett, Gentleman Jim, xxvii, 111

Corbett, James J., xxv, 72

Corbett, Jimmy, viii, 141; xi, 94, 95

Corbin, Rev, John F., xxxiv, 108, 112-113

Corcoran, Lillian Hague, “He Brought the Railroads to El Paso - The Story of Judge James P. Hague,” art., i, 45-54; notes, i, 75; ii, 35n, 120; viii, 122; xii, 123; xx, 149

Corder, Caroline, xxii, 100

Corder, Mr. and Mrs. W.N., xxii, 100

Cordoba, Jesus, Mexican matador, 42, 41

Córdova, Fr. Juan , S.J., xxix, 149

Cordova Cut, xviii, 99, 102

Cordova Island, 46, 143

Cordova Island (El Paso-Juárez), iv, 35; xii, 93

Cordova Island (Mexico), xviii, 99

Cordova Island,” art. by Pete G. Flores, 40, 35

Cordula, Sister M., xvii, 134

Cornell, Esther Thompson, art., “The El Paso Centennial Museum, 1935-1946, xxvi, 5

Corning, Jr., Leavitt, Baronial Forts of the Big Bend: Ben Leaton, Milton Faver and Their Private Forts in Presidio County, rev., xii, 124-125

Cornudas Spring, xxxi, 129-134 passim

Corona, Don Rafael, 41, 75

Coronado, Francisco Vasquez de, x, 80, 81, 85; xxxiv, 3; sketch by José Cisneros, 5

Coronado Baptist Church, 46, 130

Coronado High School, 46, 128

Coronado’s Children, by J. Frank Dobie, quoted, xx, 10

Cornoado’s Land: Easys on Daily Life in Colonial New Mexico, by Marc Simmons, rev., xxxvii, 153

Corps of Engineers, xvii, 165

Corpus Christi Caller, xxi, 81

Corpus Christi de la Ysleta de los Tiguas, mission 50, 182

Corral, Luz de (Senora Pancho Villa) xviii, 125; xxiii, 59

Corralitos Land and Cattle Company, xxiv, 25; 47, 110

Corralitos Ranch (Mexico), xv, 59

Correa, Frank, xxvii, 164

Correspondence of James K. Polk: 1817-1832, ed. by Herbert Weaver and Paul H. Bergerson, rev., xv, 31-32

Corridos and Calaveras, by Edward Larocque Tinker, tr. by Americo Paredes, rev., vii, 35

Cortéz, Hernán, ix, 87, 100; x, 83

Cortez, Hernando, 47, 55

Cortez Building, 46, 133, 140

Cortez Hotel, xviii, 9; xxviii, 119-124; xxxi, 196

Cortina, Juan Nepomueceno, vii, 71

Corto Way, 47, 189

Cosihuiriachi (Mexico), xix, 82, 83, 84, 85

Cosnino Caves (Arizona), vii, 29

Costa, Father Lourdes F., xvii, 134

Costa, Rev. Fr. Lourdes F., xxvi, 167; xxvii, 107

Costales, Jose Maria, 46, 177

Costales, Maria del Carmen, 45, 113

Costello, Robert, 41, 172

Costillo County (Colorado), vii, 113

Cotillion Hall, xxix, 134

Cotner, Robert L., ed. The Texas State Capitol, rev., xiv, 56-57

Cottle, Ted, xxviii, 32

Cotton, Cabell, 48, 89, 92

Cotton, Dr. Eleanor (Eleanor Greet), xix, 155, 156

Cotton, Frank B., xiii, 105; xiv, 8

Cotton Addition (El Paso), xvi, 15, 16, 17; 49, 30; 50, 143

Cotton Industry, Tornillo (Texas) area, xxxi, 112-113

Cotton Street, 42, 108,110,113,128; 49, 33; 50, 24

Cotton Street carbarns, 49, 30, 33

Coues, Elliot, xvii, 98

Couffer, Jack and Mike, xxiii, 160

Coulter, Brietling, xxi, 73

Coulter, Mrs. J.B. (Marian Ainsa), xi, 133

Coulter, James H., xxvii, 118

Coulter, Mrs. John Breitling (Marian [Winkle] Ainsa), xvii, 85

Council Bluff, Iowa, xx, 17

Council of El Paso Garden Clubs, xxi, 138

Council of Jewish Women, xxi, 136

Council on Abandoned Military Posts, xxvii, 169

County Courthouse, 50, 25

County Judges, List of El Paso, xii, 58

County Road No. 1, 49, 31

Courchesne, A., xxi, 22

Courchesne, Alfred, i, 61; xiv, 103; 50, 123

Courchesne, Tommy, xiv, 81

Courier, 47, 45

The Court Martial of Lt. Henry Flipper, by Charles M. Robinson, III, rev., 40, 100

Court of Private Land Claims, 41, 138, 140, 141, 147

Courting Mother Earth: A Brief History of the Sunset Heights Garden Club,” art., by Lea Vail, xxxiv, 71

cousining,” 42, 116

The Covered Wagon (Movie), xv, 89

Covey, Cyclone, trans, ed., Cabeza de Vaca’s Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America, rev., xxx, 51

Cow Heaven (Texas), iv, 83

Cow Spring (Ojo de la Vaca), New Mexico, x, 50n

Cowboy Folk Humor, by John O. West, rev., xxxvi, 104

Cowboy of the Pecos, A, by Patrick Dearen, rev., 42, 143

Cowboy Park, xxxiv, 6-7; xxxv, 195-197 passim

Cowboy Park (Juárez), xvii, 71

Cowboy Riding Country, By John L. Sinclair, rev, xxviii, 43

Cowboy Way, The: An Exploration of History and Culture, edited by Paul H. Carlson, book note, 48, 113

Cowboy Writer in New Mexico: The Memoirs Of John L. Sinclair, A, Foreword by Gov. Bruce King, Introduction by Frank Waters, rev., 41, 197

Cowell, Sharon C., art., “A Man for All Seasons,” 48, 145

The Cowgirls, by Joyce Gibson Roach, rev., xxxvi, 155

Cowperthwait, Desiwer and Butler (Map of Texas publishers), i, 15

Cox, Cornelius C., xii, 15

Cox, H.A., vi 78

Cox, Harry, xxvi, 19

Cox, Holly Thurston and Carol Price Miller, art., “El Paso in the Fifties,” 49, 55

Cox, Jane (Smith), xvii, 51

Cox, Jim, x, 60

Cox, Lena. xvi, 50

Cox, O.A, 48, 72

Cox, Patrick, Ralph W. Yarborough: The People’s Senator, book note, 48, 163

Cox, William W., xvi, 47, 48, 52, 53, 54, 55

Coxe, Captain James M., vii, 89

Coyuntura, brother of Cochise, 41, 16

Cracker Barrel Chronicles: A Bibliography of Texas Town and County Histories, by John H. Jenkins, rev., x, 152-153

Craig, Camille Kibler, iii, 96; xix, 12; xxvi, 166

Craig, Col. H.K., xxvii, 73

Craig, Lt. General Howard W., Sunward I’ve Climbed, rev., xx, 94

Craig, Lt. Colonel Louis S., iii, 36n

Craige, Dr. Branch, vii, 140, 142; xvii, 27, 155, 162; xxii, 178

Craige, Mrs. Branch, xvii, 155; xxi, 131; xxvi, 5

Craige, Dr. Branch, Sr., xvii, 161

Craige, Mrs. Branch, Sr. (Else or Elsa Kohlberg), xvii, 162, xxiii, 103

Craige, Dr. Ernest, xvii, 162

Craigie, Sergeant Frank, vi, 114

Craigin, Charles C., iii, 12, 13

Cramer, Laura, art. “Radford School, The First 75 Years of Excellence,” xxx, 123

Cramp, Postmaster H.C., xvii, 114

Crampton, C. Gregory, Desert River Crossing, rev., xxi, 38; The Zuñis of Cibola. rev., xxiii, 120

Crane, William Carey, xvii, 41

Craver, Rebecca, rev., 43, 103

Craver, Rebecca M., rev., xxxviii, 51

Craver, Rebecca and Adair Margo (eds) Tom Lea, An Oral History, rev., 40, 200

Crawford, Charlotte, “The Border Meeting of Presidents Taft and Díaz,” art., iii, 86-96; note, iii, 125

Crawford, Clifton, xvi, 85

Crawford, Emma, xvi, 85

Crawford, Ethel (Mayfield), xix, 12

Crawford, John, xviii, 126

Crawford, L.M., v, 70, 71

Crawford, L.M. (owner of Crawford Theater), xxxi, 197, (1911), xxiii, 194; photo, xxxiii, 195

Crawford, L. Wiley, viii, 22

Crawford, Thomas, v, 45

Crawford House, xviii, 124

Crawford Theater (El Paso), vi, 71; xxii, 31; 44, 7; 47, 85

Crazy Women in the Rafters, by Paul Patterson, rev., xxii, 41

Creager, R.B., x, 55

Crede, Colorado, xvi, 69

Creel, Enrique, 47, 107, 110

Creel, Enrique C., (Henry Clay), xxix, 18; 45, 179

Creel, Enrique (Governor of Chihuahua), iii, 90, 93; xiv, 45

Creel, Juan, 45, 181

Creel, Juan A., 47, 110

Creel family, xxv, 14; 45, 176

Cremony, Captain J.C., xi, 113

Cremony, John C., xxvii, 69, 70; photo 70

Crescent Circle, 49, 19

Crespo y Monroy, Bishop Benito, 47, 123, 171

Creswell, Lt. Francis James, vi, 89, 92, 94n

Crews, Seth Floyd, xxvi, 109-117, passim; 164-166; 178

Crimen, Dr. John C., xxi, 151

Crimens, Dr. John, 42, 110

Crinoline, Curriculum and Cannons: The story of Radford School for Girls,” by Phillis A. Mainz, art., x, 95-103

Crippen, Robert Bruce, art., “Celebration on the Border; The Taft-Diaz Meeting, 1909,” xxix, 115; revs., xxxi, 49; xxxii, 50

Crisis Pregnancy Services, 42, 111

Cristero Rebellion, 48, 182

Cristero Revolt; The Mexican Revolution, The,” art. by Anne M. Allis, 48, 182

Cristo Rey, Monument by Urbici Soler, xxxi, 185-190, passim; photo, 184

Critchett, Belle C., 47, 82

Critchett, O.A., ii, 109n; O.A., 47, 82

Critchett, Otis A., 44, 181

Critchett, Mrs. Otis A. (Belle), 44, 183

Critchett & Ferguson, xxi, 35; 44, 181,182

Critchett & Ferguson Custom Assay Office, 47, 81

Crittenden, Lt. Colonel, vi, 124

Crittenden, Major George B., i, 90

Crocker, Charles, i, 38, 42, 43; xiii, 17su, 19su

Crocket, Pearl, xvi, 76

Crockett, Dave, xxii, 102

Crockett Carriage House, xvi, 126

Crockett County (Texas), xiii, 5su

Crockett Elementary School, 43, 19

Crockett School, xxxv, 114; photo of 1920 architectural drawing, 115

Croix, Teodoro de, 47, 177, 178

Croix, Commandant General Teodoro, xxxiii, 107de

Croix, Coronel Teodoro de, 43, 8

Crombie, William S., 49, 121

Crombie & Company, 42, 126

Crombie, W.S., x, 99

Cromie, Alice, Tour Guide to the Old West, rev., xxii, 132

Cromwell, Carl, xxvi, 62

Cromwell, O.E., viii, 59, 60

Crook, Brigader General George, xxviii, 68

Crook, General George, xiii, 102

Crook, James J., xiii, 3sp, 142; xiv, 7, 93; xvii, 155; “Hall of Honor Address: “Silent Voices from the Past are Knocking at our Door,” art., xviii, 145-147; notes, xviii, 47, 143; xxii, 129, xxv, 100

Crooks, General George, xx, 38

Croom Construction Company, 46, 94

Crosby, J.F., 50, 28

Crosby, Jeff, xxii, 182

Crosby, Josephine, xxii, 182

Crosby, Josiah F., 44, 163; 50, 125

Crosby, Judge Josiah F., v, 49; vii, 85, 89; x, 148; xi, 112

Crosby, Judge Josiah Fraser, xvi, 10, 11; xvii, 8, 20 fn.6, 63; xix, 197; xxii, 182; xxiv, 134; xxix, 169; xxx, 3, 14, 193; xxxi, 163

Crosby, Pearson and Mary Ann (T or C, N.M.), 42, 51

Crosby, W.G., xv, 90, 93

Cross, H.M., 49, 191, 192

Cross, Jack L., “The El Paso-Fort Yuma Wagon Road: 1857-1860,” art., Part One, iv, 4-18; Part Two, iv, 57-70; “The Pre- Road Building Period in New Mexico: 1846-1860,” art., vii, 16-34; “Army Road-Building in New Mexico Territory: 1854- 1861,” art., x, 5-18; notes, iv, 41, 86, 128; v, 152, 154; vii, 39; x, 38

Crossing Rio Pecos by Patrick Dearen, rev., 41, 150

Crossing the Pond: The Native American Effort of World War II, by Jeré Bishop Franco, rev., 45, 96

Crossroads of History,” art., by Dr. James M. Day, xxix, 3

Crouch, Brodie, Jornada del Muerto; A Pageant of the Desert, rev., xxxvii, 100

Crouch, John, xxviii, 21

Crouch, Captain John S., xii, 112

Crouse, Dr. Hugh, xvii, 26; 49, 115

Crouse, Mrs. Hugh (Maude Austin), xix, 219

Crouse, Maude, xxvi, 116

Crouse, W.H., vii, 75

Crouse Galleries, xxvi, 116

Crouson, J.O., xix, 122

Crowell, D.C., xxi, 152

Crowell, Mrs. Robert, xi, 147

The Crowing of a Rooster Drove My Family to West Texas,” by Joe M. Evans, art., i, 99-105

Crown Cork & Seal Company, 47, 39

Crozet, Lt. Alfred, viii, 22, 23

Crozier, N.R., 50, 114

Cruey, Robert P., “The Hot Wells Site: The Extension of Mogollon Culture into El Paso County,” art., xv, 130-140; note, xv, 149

Crump, W.G., vii, 104

Cruz, Gilbert R., Let There Be Towns: Spanish Municipal Origins, in the American Southwest, 1610-1810, rev., xxxiv, 149

Cruzate (Cruzat) Don Domingo Jirongo, i, 87, 138; x, 88

Cruzate, Don Domingo Jironza Petriz de, 48, 11

Custody of Saint Paul, 47, 123

Crypto-Jews of New Mexico, xxxv, 55-70

Crystal Bottling Works, 42, 125

Crystal Saloon (El Paso), iv, 49, 50

Cuarón, Lorenzo Antonio, 46, 64-67

Cuerra, Marcelo, xvi, 22

Cuilty, Col Gabino, 43, 62

Cuilty, Ignacio, 47, 110

Cuilty, Juan Terrezas, 45, 178

Culberson, Charles A., xxvii, 111

Culberson, Senator David, xx, 146

Culberson County (Texas), i, 4

Culley, John H. (Jack), Cattle, Horses and Men of the Western Range, rev., xxx, 201

Culligan, Frances, xxxiv, 27

Cullinane, Daniel B., “Ciudad Juárez and the Escobar Revolution,” art., iii, 97-106; “General B.H. Grieson - Indian Fighter,” art., iv, 168; v, 116; “The Last Indian Scouts,” art., v, 101-104; notes, iii, 125; iv, 168; v, 116; xi, 177; xxiv, 178

Cullros Price, v, 82

Cullum, General George W., xii, 35

Cultures Across Borders: Mexican Immigration and Popular Culture, edited by David R. Maciel and Maria Herrera-Sobek, rev., 43, 196

Culver, A.B., station manager’s brother, 41, 18

Culver, Charles, station manager, 41, 17

Cumberland Circle, 48, 201

Cumberland Gap, xvii, 158

Cumbre Pass (Mexico), xii, 6

Cumbre Railroad Tunnel (Mexico), iii, 145

Cumbre Tunnel, xxviii, 77

Cummins, Dr. E.L. xxiv, 11

Cummings, “Doc,” v, 23, 24

Cummings, Dr. and Mrs., i, 43n

Cuniffe, Henry, 44, 162

Cuniffe, Henry, H., xvii, 6; xxiii, 150

Cuniffe, Henry J., vii, 46, 87, 88, 90, 91; 48, 128

Cunliffe, (U.S. consul at El Paso del Norte, 1862), Henry J., xxxvii, 110

Cuniffee (Cuniffe), Henry Joseph, xvii, 125, 131

Cunningham, Bob, art., “The Mystery of the Missing Train,” xxxviii, 29

Cunningham, Eugene, xxii, 34; xxiv, 92; xxvi, 122; xxviii, 47-57; photos, 49, 52; Triggernometry: A Gallery of Gunfighters, rev., 41, 103

Cunningham, Jonathan, xxv, 108

Cunningham, Mrs. Mary S., xvi, 130; The Woman’s Club of El Paso, rev., xxiv, 48

Cunnungham, R.E.., xxxii, 117-120, passim

Cunningham, Judge R.E., “Biographical Sketch of Dr. Lucinda de Leftwich Templin,” art., x, 133-135; notes, x, 123, 156

Cunningham, Robert, art., “‘old’ Emory Surveys the Border,” 39, 159; art., “How a ‘Catch-22’ Blocked Law and Order in the West,” 39, 87

Cunningham, Judge Robert E., xviii, 15

Curd, J.W., xxiv, 174

Curd, John, xxvi, 117

Curd, Mrs. John W., xxiii, 160

Curlin, Mrs. Jack (Barbara Price), xvi, 36

Curran, D.H., 43, 148

Current Topics Club,” xvii, 161; xix, 155

Currie, J.R., v, 93

Currie Street (Rim Road), 48, 53

Curry, George, 44, 135

Curry, Governor George (New Mexico), xvi, 58

Curtis, Sidney, xvii, 174

Curtis, Wickliffe R., M.D., xxxv, 27

Curtis, Mrs. Wickliffe R., xix, 168

Curtiss, John, and family, xxxii, 40

Cusenberry, Major, viii, 90 (see viii, Page 93, footnote 13)

Cusihuiriachie, Chihuahua, ii, 20

Cusihuirachi (Cusi) Mining Company, 42, 55, 58, 62

Custer, General George A., xxi, 84

Custer in Texas, by John Carroll, rev., xxi, 84

Cutler J., xxi, 55

Custodia Chimney Construction Company, 49, 15

Custom Assay Office, 44, 181

Customs House, 50, 24

Cutting, A.K., ii, 74, 75, 76; xviii, 150; xxi, 40, 95, 152-154, 201

Cutting, Bronson M., 45, 33

Cutting Imbroglio,” xxxi, 40, 94-95, 152-154

Cypher, John, Bob Kleberg and the King Ranch, rev., 40, 156

 

Dad Lea, Attorney and Mayor,” by Sarah D. Lea, 46, 35

Daeuble, Louis, xviii, 122; xxxi, 199, xxxiii, 13

Daeuble, Louis, 46, 125, 126, 137

Daeuble, Jr. Louis, i, 62

Dago Joe” (Joe Barnett), xii, 24

Daguerre, Alexandre, 49, 176, 177

Daguerre, Alejandro, vii, 85

Daguerre, Alejandro Librado, 48, 120, 125, 129

Daguerre, Alejandro Nicolas, 48, 122, 129, 130, 132, 133

Daguerre, Ana (Anita), 48, 122, 128, 129, 133

Daguerre, Antonio, 48, 129

Daguerre, Arturo N. Flores, 48, 133

Daguerre, Eugenia, 48, 122, 130

Daguerre, Guadalupe Andrea, 48, 129

Daguerre, Guillaume Alexandre, 48, 119-134

Daguerre, Gustavo Flores, 48, 133

Daguerre, Hortencia, 48, 122, 128, 133

Daguerre, Josefina, 122, 133

Daguerre, Julio Ogarrio, 48, 133

Daguerre, Manuel Ogarrio, 48, 133

Daguerre, Maria, 48, 122, 133

Daguerre, Paul Michel, 48, 119

Daguerre, R.P., xxi, 34, 80

Daguerre, Raymond, 48, 124

Daguerre, Raymond Peter, 48, 129

Daguerre, Raymundo Manuel, 48, 129

Daguerre, Refugio, 48, 122, 128, 129

Daguerre, Rodolfo Ogarrio, 48, 133

Dailey, Maceo Crenshaw, Jr., rev., 42, 146; rev., 46, 48

Daily, Bradford, xxv, 118

Daily Worker, xxii, 159

Dairies, El Paso Area, 1892-mid 1930’s, xxxviii, 147-150

Daklugie, Asa (Ace), xxxviii, 187-189; photo, 188

Dale, Randolph, 49, 131

Dale, William, 47, 108

Daley, Edward J., Colonel (Ret.), xxii, 179; xxiii, 78; xxx, 50

Daley, Mrs. Edward J., xix, 168

Dalhart, Texas, xvi, 73

Dallas Stoudenmire: El Paso Marshal, by Leon Metz, rev., xiv, 55

Dallas Stoudenmire: El Paso’s Most Famous Marshall,” by Stephen D. Harper, art., x, 21-28.

Dallas Stoudenmire Day,” xxix, 82

Daly, George, xix, 65, 66, 67

Dampin, V.W., xxiv, 161

Dan Stuart’s Fistic Carnival by Leo N. Miletich, rev., 40, 99

Dangerous Passage: The Santa Fe Trail and the Mexican War by William Y. Chalfant, rev., 39, 150

Daniel, Jr. Price, ix, 158; xiv, 107

Daniels, Dan, “The Second Ward’s Godfather,” xxxv, 9

Daniggelis, Paul Dean., art., “The Sculpture of Cristo Rey,” xxxi, 185; Rodant Pel Mon: Roaming About the World with Urbici Soler - Sculptor (1890-1953), rev., 41, 98

Danjon, Captain, xix, 81

Danson James, v, 56

Darbyshire, Benjamin Franklin, xvii, 193

Darbyshire, Esther (Mrs. Kenneth W. McCallum) xvii, 194

Darbyshire, Jack, xvii, 195

Darbyshire, Oliver, xvii, 195

Darbyshire-Harvie Iron Works, xxii, 114; xxiv, 28

Dargue, Lt., xii, 8, 9

Dark Canyon (Dog Canyon), New Mexico, i, 35, 79; iv, 121, 121n; xiii, 24 su

Darling, Rodell Clay, art., “William Deane Hawkins, Nonpariel Texan,” 41, 161

Darling, Walter, viii, 55

Darnell, Al, 42, 39

Darnell, Linda, xvii, 4

Daroca, Don Antonio de, xxi, 99; xxvi, 78

Daroca, Antonio María Sánchez Alonso de, 47, 177

Darrow, Professor, xi, 164

Darst, Abraham, 43, 74,80

Darst, Edmond or Edward, 43, 80

Darst, Emery H., 43, 81

Darst, Jacob O., 43, 73, 74, 81

Darst, John, 43, 81

Darst, Lorena, 43, 81

Darst, Mary, 43, 81

Darst, Patrick E., 43, 81

Darst, Tabitha, 43, 81

Darty, Joe, x, 57

Dato, Pablo, Sr., 45, 85

Daugherty, H.M. viii, 35

Daugherty. H.M., Jr. and Mrs., xxv, 134

Daugherty, Hal, Jr., xxiv, 13

Daugherty, Harrison A. “Hal,” 48, 202

Daugherty, Harrison M., xviii, 132; xxii, 105

Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison M., xxv, 134

Daugherty, Harrison M., Jr., xxxv, 74

Daugherty, Myra Bassett, xviii, 132; 48, 202

Daugherty Mansion, The, xxv, 133

Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, 42, 108

Daughters of the American Revolution, xvii, 141

Daughters of the the American Revolution, National Society, i, 100n

Daughters of the American Revolution (ref. to organization in Texas), xxx, 62

Daughty, Howard H., xxviii, 131-132 passim, 176-177

Dávalos, Señor, iii, 89

Davenport, F. Garvin, The Myth of Southern History: Historical Consciousness in Twentieth Century Southern Literature, rev., xv, 141-142

Davenport, Joe, xxii, 8

David G. Burnet: First President of Texas, by Mary Watley Clarke, rev., xiv, 86-87

David Meriwether, The Territorial Governor of New Mexico: A Sidelight on Mexican Boundary Controversy of 1853,” by Robert N. Mullin, art., viii, 83-98

Davidson, Doris Hanson, xxviii, 159

Davidson, Dorothy Blue, xix, 12

Davidson, Nelson, xxix, 90

Davidson, Mrs Roy, iv, 29

Davila, Arlene, Latinos Inc.: The Marketing and Making of a People, book note, 48, 114

Davis, Captain, {collector of customs). 42, 194

Davis, B.H., iii, 5

Davis, Judge B.H., xvi, 10, 13, 16; xix, 197, 202; xxii, 110; xxiv, 28

Davis, Maj. B.H., xxxiv, 19

Davis, Maj. B.J., xxxii, 93

Davis, Bell, xxiii, 36

Davis, Bette, 50, 47

Davis, Blanche, xxvi, 102

Davis, Britton, xxiv, 25

Davis, Charles, iii, 10; xi, 162; xiv, 103; xv, 29; 41, 131; 44, 183; 47, 191; 49, 111

Davis, Captain Charles, xxviii, 100; 50, 117

Davis, Captain (Mayor) Charles, xvi, 10, 11, 19, 68; xviii, 56; xix, 203; xx, 105; xxiii, 10

Davis. Charles, Sr., xix, 120

Davis, Charles, Jr. (Mayor), xxvii, 35; xxx, 79; xxxii, 127

Davis, Mayor Charles, Jr., 48, 58

Davis, Chris, James Stephen Hogg: The Short Step From Printer to Editor, rev., xv, 109

Davis, Colleen, viii, 144

Davis, E.J., i, 46; vii, 91

Davis, Edmund J., xxiv, 26

Davis, Mrs. Frank, xviii, 143

Davis, Captain George B., xviii, 98

Davis, Graham, Land! Irish Pioneers in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas, book note, 48, 167

Davis, J.R., xxix, 69

Davis, J.W., xv. 28

Davis, Jane, xxi, 74

Davis, Jane (Mrs. Richard K. McMaster), xi, 133

Davis, Jeff, xvii, 78

Davis, Jefferson, iii, 14; iv, 8; v, 88; vii, 23, 24; x, 8, 9, 13, 71, 146; xv, 39; xxii, 130

Davis, Jenny-Mae, xxix, 119

Davis, John Edward, Jr., 48, 95

Davis, Kathleen M., “Hueco Tanks Rock Art - A story of our Past,” art., xix, 97-98; note, xix, 96

Davis, Kim, 47, 193

Davis, L.H., xxviii, 106

Davis, Lamar, iii, 5, 9, 10; xxiv, 28; 49, 29

Davis, Lamar P., 47, 45

Davis, Llewellyn H., ii, 34, 34n

Davis, Lucille, xii, 120

Davis, Mrs. M.B., xi, 163; xiii, 24su

Davis, M.L., vii, 72

Davis, Mary Margaret, The Receiving Line was 11 years Long, rev., xx, 180

Davis, Marguerite, xxviii, 182

Davis, Mrs. Michael (Gladys McQuarters), xi, 133

Davis, Mike, xxxii, 184; and family, 188

Davis, Myron, xiii, 78

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Myron, xxxii, 184

Davis, Colonel Nelson H., vii, 46, 49, 50

Davis, Norman, xiii, 9su

Davis, Paul A., xiii, 100

Davis, Pauline Hart, vi, 65

Davis, R.M., i, 122

Davis, Ray V., xxxiii, 138

Davis, Richard, xxx, 144

Davis, Robert Murray, The Ornamental Hermit: People and Places of the New West, rev., 50, 50

Davis, Thomas A., xi, 30n; xiv, 78, 79

Davis, General Thomas F., xxi, 118

Davis, Tom, xxvii, 129

Davis, W.M., x, 95

Davis, W.M. and Mrs., xxx, 10

Davis, W.W.H., ii, 95, 95n; vii, 108; El Gringo: New Mexico and Her People, rev., xxviii, 194; xxx, 187ff; photo, 191; 39, 91

Davis, Walter, xviii, 54

Davis, Waters, i, 122, 124; xxi, 108; xxix, 188

Davis, William Watts Hart, xvii, 61

Davis and Foster (architectural firm), xxxv, 29

Davis Antique Shop, 47, 194

Davis, Beall & Kemp (law firm, 1881-1899); later in succession, Beall & Kemp; Beall, Kemp & Nagle; Kemp, Nagle & Smith; Kemp, Smith, Goggin & White; Kemp, Smith, White, Duncan & Hammond; Kemp, Smith, Duncan & Hammond, xxxiv, 19; xxviii, 44

Davis Mountains (Texas), i, 99, 100, 102, 103; iv, 159

Davis Mountains State Park, xxv, 8

Daw, Harold E., xx, 24

Dawson, Arizona, ii, 79

Davison, Eddie, 49, 15

Dawson, Jack, xv, 90

Dawson, Joshua, essay, “Papa and Me,” 42, 87

Dawson, New Mexico, xix, 113

Dawson, Ron, art., “The Interurban to Ysleta: The Rio Grande Valley Traction Company, 1913-1929,” 49, 26

Dawson, Steve, xxii, 7

Dawson Ranch, xix, 112

Day, Alan and Sandra Day O’Conner, Growing Up on a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest, rev., 47, 198

Day, James M., comp. by, Handbook - Archival and Manuscript Depositories, rev., xii, 124-125; notes, xii, 138, 143; xv, 143, 149; President’s Message, xxvii, 3, 90, Hall of Honor Address 151, 184; “President’s Message,”, xxviii, 3, photo 3; art., “Crossroads of History” (1983 Hall of Honor Address), xxix, 3, photo 8; rev., xxxi, 219; Editor’s Note, 41, 3, 97, 191; art., “Rangers of the Last Frontier of Texas,” 45, 159; rev., 47, 48; art., “The Discovery of Family Papers Near Hidalgo del Parral: the Hyslop-Beckmann Papers 1896-1938,” 47, 67; art., “The Chihuahua Foreign Club,” 47, 107; rev., 48, 158

Day, Dr. James M., Black Beans and Goose Quills, rev., xvi, 31- 32; note, xvi, 76; xvii, 99, 155; xviii, 4; xxii, 179; xxiii, 78, 119, 154; xxiv, 35, 82; “El Paso, Mining Hub of Northern Mexico,” art., xxiv, 17; “El Paso’s Texas Rangers,” art., xxiv, 153; xxv, 40, 92

Day, Mrs. James M., xviii, 143

Day, James Milton, 50, 56-60, 80-81

Day, Jim, 50, 61-63

The Day the Sun Rose Twice, by Ferenc Morton Szasz, rev., 40, 156

Day to Remember, A,” by Jane Burges Perrenot, art., xxii, 116

Dayton, Jonathan, xvi, 100

De Aláez, Muriel Feiner, 42, 47

De Anda, Don Edmundo, 42, 44,45,46,52

De Anda, Miguel, 42, 44,46

De Godinez, Maria Luisa de, 43, 163

De La Barra, Francisco, iii, 58

De La Barra, Ignacio, iii, 88

De la Candelaria, Blas, 45, 109

De la Carrera, Juana, 45, 109

De la Cruz, Domingo, 45, 109

De la Peña, Don Manuel, xvi, 118

De la Pena, José Enrique, With Santa Anna in Texas: a Personal Narrative of the Revolution, rev., xxxviii, 103

De La Rosa, Alberto, viii, 135

De la Sierra, José, 46, 58

De la Vega, Florencio, xx, 107

De la Vega, Roberto F., 49, 73

De Léon, Colonial Antonio Ponce, ii, 8, 11

De Loach’s Landing (Louisiana), v, 31

De Los Godos, Captain Farlan, xxxiii, 121

De Luca, Emile Patton, “Map of Texas, 1853, Art., i, 15-17; note, i, 28

De Mars, Mr. and Mrs. J., i, 34n

De Mille, Cecil B., xiv, 40

De Negri, Ramon P., Mexican consul general, 45, 80

De Voto, Bernard, xxii, 159

De Wetter, Charles Stafford, “The Smelting Works as remembered by Noel Longuemare,” art., viii, 133-134; note, viii, 152

De Wetter, Mardee, art., “Dr. Henry Towne Safford,” 41, 185

De Wetter, Mardee Belding, “Revolutionary El Paso: 1910-1917,” art., Part One, iii, 46-59; Part Two, iii, 107-119; Part Three, iii, 145-158; notes, iii, 82, 126, 162; xi, 5; art., “One Weekend in 1944,” 43, 190

De Wetter, Peter, photo, 42, 32,33

De Wetter, Mayor Peter, xxix, 82

Dead Man’s Curve, 49, 9

Dead Man’s Hole (El Muerto), xx, 7; xxv, 7

Deadman’s Camp (New Mexico), ii, 57

Deadman’s Curve (Texas), iv, 83

Dealey, Ted, xix, 181

Dean, Ida, xii, 120

Dean, J.M., viii, 99; xxi, 17; xxix, 85

Dean, J.T., xxvi, 129

Dean, James, viii, 144

Dean, John, district attorney, 42, 191

Dean, Karma, 46, 100

Deane, Captain, v, 32

Deane, Karma, vii, 135

Dear America: Some Letters of Orange Cicero and Mary America (Aiken) Connor, ed. by Seymour V. Connor, noted, xvii, 38

Dear Old Times - Spring of 1880,” by Karl R. Cook, art., xxiv, 112

Dearen, Patrick, Castle Gap and the Pecos Frontier, rev., xxxiv, 50; Portraits of the Pecos Frontier, rev., xxxviii, 203; A Cowboy of the Pecos, rev., 42, 143; Crossing Rio Pecos, rev., 41, 150; Portraits of the Pecos Frontier, rev., 46, 51

DeArment, Robert K., George Scarborough: The Life and Death of a Lawman on the Closing Frontier, rev., xxxvii, 154

Deas, Major George, xii, 37

Deason, Clara Belle, 42, 138,139

death mask of Pancho Villa, 42, 171

Death was the Black Horse, by Dale Walker., rev., xx, 95

Death Valley Slim, iii, 55

Deaver, Justice J.M., 49, 193

DeBlanc, Mrs., xxv, 127

Debona, Anthony, 42, 40

Debuchi, Katsuji (Japanese Ambassador), 42, 160,161

DeBusk, Will E., art., “Hard Rock Drilling Contests,” 49, 135; 178

A Decade of Disruption,” art., by Louise Gates, xxx, 30

Decatur, Texas, 42, 136

Decherd, Ben, xxiii, 36

Decker, Clarence V., xxx, 140

Deckered, Mrs. Ben (Isabelle Thomason) viii, 119, 129

Deckert, Myrna, Tribute to, by Charles H Leavell, Jeanne McCarty, Joyce Jaynes, 41, 23

Decorme, Fr. Gerard, S.J., xxix, 149; 49, 188

Dedication of the Cavalry Museum of El Paso,” by Hugh M. Milton II, art., xxv, 107

Dedman’s Photo Shop, xix, 127

Deen, Roy, xxviii, 184

Deerman, Charlie, 50, 82

The Defeat of Major I Lynde, U.S.A.,” by Kenneth A. Goldblatt, art., xv, 16-20

Deffendorfer, (United States Consul at El Paso del Norte), David H., xxxviii, 36-37

DeGroff, Alzina Allis Orndorff (Mrs. Charles), photo, xxviii, 118, 119-124

DeGroff, Mrs. Charles, xviii, 6, 11

Deisler, Paul F., xxxv, 29

Dejaire, Alejandro, x, 47

Dejitan, Benjamin, xv, 23

Del Arco, General Francisco, of Juarez, 42, 161

Del Buono, Frank, xxiii, 131

Del Camino Motel, 47, 89

Del Camino Motor Hotel, 42, 39,44,46-47

Del Camino Motor Hotel and Restaurant, 49, 85

Del Hierro, Alejandro, 42, 42

Del Norte Art Guild (late 1920s), xxvi, 116-117

Del Norte Jewish Historical Society, 45, 8

Del Olivar, Antonio, Mexican matador, 42, 41,44

Del Rio, Dolores, 45, 187

Del Rio, Dorotea, 45, 109

Del Rio, Juan Pedro, 45, 109

Del Rio, Texas, iii, 74; xvii, 165; 42, 5

Del Valle, Emma, 42, 52

Del Valle, Salvador, xxvi, 15

Delehanty, Captain Rudolf (Rudolph) D., xxi, 73, xxiii, 63

The Delmonico (French Restaurant, El Paso), ii, 44, 45

DeLeuw, Cather and Company, 47, 142

Delgadito, Indain chief, 48, 124

Delgado, Fernando, 44, 108,109

Delgado, Josefa, 44, 112

Delgado, Maria Josefa Jesus del Pilar, 48, 122

Dell’Olio, Sam, 46, 95; 49, 48

Delora, Hortencia Barragan, 42, 40

Deming, Anne, xxiii, 89

Deming, New Mexico, xvii, 6; xix, 108; xxiii, 89; (1881), xxix, 55-58; 48, 34

Deming, Mary Anne, 48, 34

Deming Air Base, 45, 150

Democratic Convention, El Paso County, 1944, xxxii, 117-120

Democratic Party of Texas, membership policies for blacks until 1944, xxvii, 27-30

Democratic “ring,” 50, 147

Dempsey, Jack, xxv, 73

Denison, Texas, v, 57; xx, 117

Denison Herald, newspaper, xx, 117

Denison News, xx, 117

Dennison, Dr. Charles, xxi, 143

Denny, John W., A Century of Freemasonry in El Paso, rev., ii, 129-130

Deno, Lottie, xxvii, 85-88

Densmore, R.A., xxx, 138

Dent, Barbara, art., “Lee Moor: The Man and His Legacy, 1870-1958,” 46, 189; art., “Monument to the ‘Seven Brave Men,’ The Massacre at Mimbres Springs,” 49, 173

Dent, Frederick, ix, 62

Dent, Paxton, xxxiv, 182

Dentler, Colonel Clarence E., vi, 11, 19, 20, 21

Denton, Lois, xxvi, 121, 179

Denton, Perry A., i, 31

Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, viii, 57, 65; xii, 78; xxiii, 87

Denver & Rio Grande Railway, 48, 32, 35-38

Denver, Colorado, ii, 76; xvi, 67

Denver, James, v, 47

Des Autels, Van, 47, 5

Des Autels, “Uncle” Van, xxxiii, 71

Department of Mining and Metallurgy of UT, 44, 184

Depot Brewery, 50, 133

Des Moines, Iowa, viii, 139

Desalinzation plant, 47, 143

Detention center on Santa Fe Street, 42, 11

Deseret Alphabet, xviii, 136

Deseret News, xviii, 136

Deseret University, xviii, 136

Desert Army: Fort Bliss on the Texas Border, by Leon Metz, rev., xxxiv, 155

Desert Art Shop, xxvi, 114

The Desert Dreams,” poem by Renee Berta, xxxv, 140

Desert Immigrants: The Mexicans of El Paso 1880-1920, by Mario T. Garcia, rev., xxviii, 37

Desert, Not Wasteland,” poem by Robert Burlingame, xxxi, 84

Desert River Crossing, by W.L. Rusho & C. Gregory Crampton, rev., xxi, 38

Desert Tiger: Captain Paddy Graydon and the Civil War in the Far Southwest, by Jerry D. Thompson, rev., xxxvii, 202

Desloge, F., xvi, 13

Dessar, Harry L., xxii, 111

Dessauer, William, xiv, 16

Dessert at the Globe Restaurant,” art. by Frances H. Hatfield, xxxiii, 88

Detroit Street, 44, 187

Detwiler, H.L., i, 118, 123, 125; xvi, 12, 16, 17, 68

Detwiler, Henry, 50, 24

Detwiler, T.N., xvi, 12, 16

Deuchesne, Amelia, xxvii, 39

Deus, Miss A., i, 43n

The Development of Agriculture in the El Paso Valley - The Spanish Period,” by Helen Orndorff, art., v, 139-147

The Development of Irrigation in the City of El Paso,” By Alice White, art., iv, 31-38

Deven, Sergent, viii, 108

Devil Ridge, xxviii, 7, 10, 11

Devil’s River, xxv, 17

Devore, Jack, xx, 75

Dewey, Ferdinand, xxxiii, 162, 164; xxxviii, 46

Dewey, Commodore George, xxiii, 10

Dewey, Mary (Gillespie), xix, 12

Dexter, Henry L., xxx, 61; xxxviii, 75-84; photo, 79

Dexter, Maria Soledad Lujan, xxxviii, 111, 116, 118

DeYoung, Harry, xxvi, 174

D’Hamel, Enrique B., xxvii, 118, 123

Diablo Mountains (Texas), i, 103; 45, 159

Diamond, Tom, xx, 79; xxx, 172-175 passim

Diamond Days: An Oral History of the University of Texas at El Paso, ed. Charles H. Martin and Rebecca M. Craver, rev., xxxvii, 51

Diamond Jubilee (The University of Texas at El Paso), xxxiii, 99

The Diary of C.R. Morehead,” ann. by Nancy Hamilton, Part I, xxx, 107; Part II, 159

Diary of the Jesuit Residence of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, Conejos, Colorado, December 1871-December 1875, edited and annotated by Marianne L. Stoller and Thomas J. Steele, S.J.; trans. by José B. Fernandez, rev., xxviii, 143

Díaz, Carmen R. de, ii, 63

Diaz, Felix, 45, 179

Díaz, General Felix, iii, 94

Diaz, Porfirio, xxvii, 35, 36; xxix, 17, 18, 115-122, passim; photo, 114; described by Taft, xxxvii, 189-192; 41, 178; 42, 178

Díaz, Porfirio (President of Mexico), ii, 63, 76; iii, 46, 48, 50, 52, 58, 59, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 151; vii, 63; xi, 50; xiv, 45, 77, 80, 103; xv, 22

Díaz, President Porfirio, xvii, 68; xviii, 56, 57; xx, 38; xxi, 26; xxii, 116; xxiii, 59; xxiv, 17; xxv, 12, 114; 42, 140; 43, 144; 48, 130, 185

Díaz, Jr., Colonel Porfirio, iii, 94

Diaz, Ricardo, xxvi, 167

Díaz Moradillos, Francisco, 46, 59, 61

Diaz Veanes, Pedro Joaquin, 47, 122

Díaz del Castillo, Bernal, xvii. 169

Diaz-Taft Meeting, El Paso, 1909, xxxvi, 68-72

Dichos from the Lower Valley,” art. by Marta Estrada, 40, 145

Dick, Captain William W., vi, 5

Dick, Katherine, x, 97

Dick, James A., xxv, 73

Dick, James and Orell, 41, 110

Dick, Mrs. James A., xx, 143

Dickerson, Donna Lee, A Typestick of Texas History, rev., xvii, 34-35

Dickey, Imogene G., “Religion in Texas as Seen in the Pages of The Frontier Times,” art., xviii, 159-168; note, xviii, 197

Dickinson, George, xvi, 71

Dickinson, J.H. (Secretary of War), iii, 90, 91

Dictionary of American Indian, by John L. Stoutenburg, rev., v, 152

Dictionary of the Old West, by Peter Watts, rev., xxii, 132

Did General Pershing Falsify his Birthday?” by Eugene O. Porter, art., xviii, 64, 65

Diebels, W.J., 43, 150

Diebels, William J., 49, 46

Diego, Antonio Flores, “Engine No, 625 - Mexican Railways, 1907,” tr. by Mary Ellen B. Porter., xi, 134-138

Diego de Aguirre, 50, 9

Dieguez, Edmundo Jr., xxvi, 159

Diepert, George A., 42, 56

Dieter, Henning, 50, 131-132

Dieter, J.T., i, 61

Dieter, J. Phillip, 50, 130, 131, 134

Dieter, John Philip, 42, 94, 96, 98, 99, 108, 125; 50, 131-132

Dieter & Sauer, 50, 134

Dieter & Sauer (Ciudad Juárez), 42, 97

Dieter & Sauer (El Paso), 42, 98, 99

Dietrich, Mrs. Louise, vii, 141

Diffenderfer (Diffendoffer), David R., xvii, 13, 21 fn.22

Diffenderfer (Diffendoffer), William L., xvii, 75, 83 fn.39

Diffenderfer (Diffendoffer) Brothers, xvii, 178, 189 fn.106

Dighton, Sarah Catherine (Mrs. Tom Lea, Jr.,) xx, 153

Dillard, Mr. and Mrs. George, xxx, 10

Dillon, Governor of New Mexico, v, 15

Dils, Lenore, xiv, 120; Horny Toad Man, rev., xxi, 85

Dils, Lenore Brown, 39, 95-98; photo, 97

Din, Chew, xxviii, 59; photo, 59

Dines, Johnny, xxii, 156

Dingdeldein, Betty (Bette Ford), viii, 136, 146, 147

Dinsmoor, Robert and Herb Marsh, Jr., art., “El Paso Courthouses: Past and Present,” 40, 75

Dinsmore, Charles A., iii, 7; xxiv, 24

Dipp, Michael and Family, xxv, 38

Dipp, Mike, 44, 8

Dipp Mansion, xxv, 38

The Disappearance of the Heberer and the Lorius Couples,” art. by Art Leibson, xxxiv, 189

Discovery of Family Papers Near Hidalgo del Parral, The: the Hyslop-Beckmann Papers 1896-1938,” art. by Dr. James M. Day, 47, 67

Dissension in a Garrison Town: El Paso in 1898 and 1916,” art., by Garna L. Christian, xxv, 56

Disturnell’s J. (Map of the United States), viii, 83

Dittmer, Bernice, The Reverend Uncle Bert: A Biography, rev., xv, 75-76

Dixon, Alves, xxx, 136

Dixon, Melba, xxviii, 30

Dixon, Peter, 46, 95

Dixon, Volney, v, 151

Dixon, Dr. William, xxii, 93

Do You Remember This?” essay by Dinny Breese, 46, 99

Doane, Maude B., xiii, 26sp

Doane, Rufus, xxi, 69

Dobie, J. Frank, 46, 23

Dockery, T.B., 50, 130

Dobie, J. Frank, iv, 28; vi, 39, xiv, 106; xvii, 87; xviii, 130; xix, 172, 184; xx, 7, 10, 152; xxii, 174

Dobson, J.C., xxiv, 43

Dr. Bush Recalls Days of 25 Years Ago in El Paso,” El Paso Times art. by Dr. I.J. Bush, 42, 190

Dr. Henry Towne Safford,” art. by Mardee De Wetter, 41, 185

Dr. Lawrence A. Nixon and the White Primary, by Conrey Bryson, rev., xix, 225-226

Dr. Mariano Samaniego (1831-1905), Citizen of the El Paso Valley,” art., by Manuel G. Gonzales, xxxv, 159

Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., 46, 95; 49, 39

Dr. William Martin Yandell,” by Janet Y. Brockmoller, art., xxi, 10

doctors, list of prominent turn-of-the-century, 42, 191

Doctors I have known,” by Anne Kemp White, art., xvii, 23-29

Doctors of Medicine in New Mexico: A History of Health and Medical Practice, 1886-1986, by Jake W. Spidle, Jr., rev., xxxii, 153

Dodd, Captain G.A., iv, 28

Dodd, Captain T.F., xii, 6, 7, 8

Dodd, Colonel George F., xv, 61, 70

Dodds, Mrs. Edgar B., xix, 168; xxiv, 94

Dodge, General D.C., xvi, 12

Dodge, General Grenville, iv, 22, 23

Dodge, H.L., xxiv, 76

Dodge, Henry, x, 44, 49n

Dodson, Barbara, 49, 161

Dodson, Mrs. Charles, xxii, 139, 179; xxiii, 78; xxiv, 143; photo, xxvi, 139

Dodson, Mary Ann, art., “The President’s Message,” xxxi, 3

Dodson, Stephanie Karr, 47, 189

Dog Canyon (Dark Canyon), New Mexico, i, 35, 79; iv, 121, 121n; xiii, 25su

Dog Canyon (New Mexico), xix, 57, 58

Dog Canyon: A Pageant of Bloodshed and Flowers,” art. by Joseph Leach, xxix, 29

Dohaney, Ed, 47, 29-30

Doheny, Edward L., xiv, 30

Doing What The Day Brought: An Oral History of Arizona Women, ed. Mary Logan Rothschild and Pamela Claire Hronek, rev., xxxviii, 202

Dolan, James J., 44, 123,126

Dolan, Captain Pat, 45, 160

Dolores, Father Francisco Mariano, xviii, 159, 160

Dolphin Terrace Elementary School, 46, 127

Domingo, Juan, 47, 178, 179

Domingo de Bustamante, Juan, 44, 21

Dominguez, Fray Atanasio, xxi, 47

Dominguez, Dixie L., art., “Hueco Tanks - A Vital Resource in Southwestern History,” xxxi, 123

Dominguez, Feliciano, xvi, 23, 24

Dominguez, Francisco B. 47, 34

Domínguez, Manuel, 45, 110

Dominguez de Mendoza, Antonio, 43, 162

Dominguez de Mendoza, Juan, 43, 160

Don, Dr. Rita, xxv, 131

Don Caliche’s Gardening Book: Especially for the Southwest, by J. Warner Blake, rev., xvii, 147-148

Don Juan: John Humphris on the Rio Grande Frontier,” art., by May Humphris Gillett, xxxii, 145

Don Santiago Magoffin,” art. by Robert W. Miles, 43, 175

Doña Ana, 43, 63,64,181; 46, 177

Doña Ana acequia, 42, 82

Doña Ana Bend Colony (New Mexico), vii, 107; 46, 177, 178

Doña Ana County (New Mexico), vii, 107; xvi, 12, 46, 47, 51, 60, 70; xxvii, 19; 39, 87-94

Doña Ana, New Mexico, ii, 7, 54, 83; v, 28, 29, 50, 105; vii, 19, 107; ix, 47n; xv, 128; xxviii, 165-170 passim

Donaldson, Major Israel B., xix, 29

Donaldson, Sam, xviii, 185; xxii, 175

Done, Joseph F., xx, 20

Doniphan, Alexander W., 40, 107ff; statue photo, 106; 41, 62; 43, 7, 24, 56, 58, 59, 63, 165

Doniphan, Col. Alexander, 44, 115; 46, 107, 177

Doniphan, Col. Alexander F., 49, 95

Doniphan, Colonel Alexander W., ii, 5, 6, 9n, 12, 13; iv, 134, 136; v, 115; viii, 90; xiii, 90; xii, 12; xiv, 82; xix, 27, 28, 32, 33, 86; xx, 27

Doniphan, Col. Alexander William, xxx, 40-42, passim; xxxi, 70- 72, 79; xxxiii, 112, xxxiv, 159-170 passim; photo, 161; xxxv, 136-137

Doniphan Drive, 49, 95

Doniphan Hotel, xxviii, 30, 32

Doniphan’s Expedition: An Account of the Conquest of Mexico, by John Taylor Hughes, rev., 43, 193

Doniphan’s expedition, 45, 20

Doniphan’s Shadow,” by Eugene O. Porter, art., xvi 170-173

Dooley, Judge Joe B., xxvii, 176, 177, 178

Dooley, K.M., 40, 9

Dooley, Tom, xxii, 100

Dorados (Villa’s body guard), i, 12, 13n

Dorantes, Andres, x, 80

Dorbandt, Robert J., 49, 28, 29

Dormand, Glorian (Mrs. A.L. Leavitt), xv, 90

Dormand, Mrs. Margaret, xv, 90, 91

Dorr, Bob, 42, 51

Dorr, William Meriwether, viii, 85

Dorsey, Blanche R., art., “My Personal Story of the Pancho Villa Raid,” xxvi, 127; photo, 131

Dorsey, Edmond, 42, 126

Dos Arroyos mine, 46, 71

Doty, N.E., xix, 59

Doty, William Patrick, xxix, 160

A Double Bicentennial: Stephen F. Austin (1793-1836) and Sam Houston (1793-1863),” art. by Robert L. Reid, xxxviii, 181

Double Cola Bottling Company, 49, 43

The Double Life of Edwin Bliss Hill,” by Kenneth A. Goldblatt, art., xiii, 4-10sp

Double Mountains (Texas), x, 57, 62n

Dougher, Joe, xiv, 75

Dougher, John, xxix, 139

Doughty, Mrs. Jerry, xxiv, 89

Doughty Case, xxv, 171

Douglas, C.L., The Gentleman in the White Hats: Dramatic Episodes in the History of the.Texas .Rangers, rev., xxxviii, 50

Douglas, David, xix, 83, 87 fn.3

Douglas, Jack, xiv, 75

Douglas, Dr. James, xix, 111, 113

Douglas, Dr. James S., i, 55, 56

Douglas, Senator Stephen A. (Illinois), iv, 8

Douglas, Walter, i, 56; 49, 3-5, 9

Douglas, William O., Fairwell to Texas: A Vanishing Wilderness, rev., xii, 73

Douglas, Arizona, vi, 107; xvii, 111; xix, 108, 111

Douglas, Arizona, 42, 13, 96

Douglas Elementary School, 46, 128

Douglas Street, xxii, 114

Douglass School, xxvii, 27; xxviii, 126; xxxv, 9-10, 11-13; photo (1909), 12

Dow, Antonio and Jane, 47, 194

Dow, Harry, xix, 114

Dow, Les, xxvii, 21, 22

Dowd, C.B., xiv, 52, 54n

Dowd, Charles, xxiv, 106

Dowdrigan, Christopher, v, 43

Dowell, Ben, ii, 93; v, 59, 60, 61, 62, 91; vii, 84, 85, 90; viii, 102; xxix, 139; xxxiii, 63; xxxvi, 57-64, passim; xxxviii, 17-20; photo, 16; 116, 118; 48, 124; 49, 97

Dowell, Benjamin S., xvii, 7, 20 fn.3, 129; xx, 13, 146; xxi, 68, 122, xxiii, 150

Dowell, James, xxi, 70

Dowell, John, xxi, 69

Dowell, Juana Marquez, xxi, 68

Dowell Mary, xxi, 69

Dowell, Nehemiah “Nim,” 49, 97

Dowling, John F., xvi, 12

Dowling, Winifred, rev., 43, 46-47

Down the Chihuahua Trail with Wislizenus.” intro & notes by Eugene O. Porter. Part One, xviii, 21-32; Part Two, xviii, 66-74; Part Three, xviii, 114-118; Part Four, xviii, 169- 180

Down the Santa Fe Trail and Into Mexico: 1846-1847, Susan Shelby Magoffin,” art., by M. C. Gross, 43, 88

Down Went McGinty, by Conrey Bryson, rev., xxii, 191

Downs, Doug and Paul, xxix, 119

Downs, Douglas, 42, 71

Downs, Fane and Nancy Baker Jones, Women and Texas History: Selected Essays, rev., 39, 205

Downtown El Paso,” art. by Conrey Bryson, 39, 145

Downtown El Paso (c. 1911), xxxiii, 194; photo, 195

Downtown Lions Club, xxiii, 112

Downtown Rotary Club, xxii, 185

Doyle, John (Jack), i, 35; x, 21

Doyle, R.E., ii, 93

Doyle’s Saloon (El Paso), i, 35; x; 21, 27

Drachman, Moses, 40, 46

Drachman, Philip, viii, 46, 50

Drachman, Samuel H., viii, 44, 47

Drachman Brothers (Businessmen), vii, 43

Dragnet” (TV series), xv, 92

Drake, Sir Francis, x, 83

Drake, Simeon J., 41, 137, 140

Drama in the Desert: The Hunt for Henry Skillman in the Trans- Pecos, 1862-1864,” art., by Jerry D. Thompson, xxxvii, 107

Dream - Elephant Butte Dam, The,” by Chris P. Fox, art., xxi, 21

Dreben, Sam, xx, 99; xxiv, 63; xxxvi, 89-96; xxxvii, 24-26

Dreben, Sam (Soldier of Fortune), iii, 109, 113, 115, 155

Dripping Springs, 45, 42

Driver, Carolyn Mayfield, art., “Genial Sociability,” 41, 5

Driscoll, Joseph Ignatius, 50, 32

drought years, 44, 90

Drug War, 45, 67

Drummers Special, The,” by Chris P. Fox, art., xxi, 21

Drury Lane Theater (London), xviii, 41

Du Toit, Brian, Boer Settlers in the Southwest, rev., 40, 201

Dublán, Mexico, xii, 7

The Dublin (British frigate), ix, 69

Dublin, Dick, vii, 128

Dubois (Du Bois), Lt. John V.D., iii, 76; viii, 24, 27

Dudley, Francis M., xiv, 90

Dudley, Mrs. Frances M., xxi, 119

Dudley, H.C. xv, 103

Dudley, Col. Nathan A.M., 41, 40

Dudley, Senator R.F., 42, 160

Dudley, R.M., 48, 54, 57

Dudley, Richard M. (State Senator), xxx, 119; xxxi, 198, xxxii, 124, 126; 44, 183

Dudley, Richard Moberly, xiv, 90; xxi, 119; xxii, 37; xxv, 125

Dudley and Orr (contractor), 49, 30

Dudley Bill of January 1921, 42, 160

Dudley Field, 44, 185

Dudley quarry, 48, 57, 60

Dueñas, Antonio, 47, 175-176

Duffus, Robert, xii, 11

Duffy’s Draft Beverages, 43, 149,153

Duffy’s Draft Beverage Company, 49, 49

Dugan, Richard A., art., “Our Sacrifices Will Be Little Enough: Rationing Comes to El Paso 1942-1945,” Part I, 45, 55; Part II, 45, 127

Duhalde, Pedro, 46, 181

Duke, Eleanor, art., “Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy,” 44, 99

Duke, Dr. Eleanor, Lyon, art., “Bullet Holes in the Buick,” xxxiii, 41: rev. 51

Duke, Luther, x, 57

DuMonde, Paul, sketch, xxxiv, 55

Dunbar and Company, 49, 15

Duncan, Captain, vi, 126

Duncan, Major, v, 21, 22, 27

Duncan, Dr. Ernest, xvii, 27

Duncan, George, 47, 43

Duncan, John, xvi, 66

Duncan, Philip L., art., “Recollections of Aragon Draw,” 47, 73

Duncan, Rushford and Clara, 47, 73

Dunigan, Chaplain Patrick, vi, 114

Dunlap, Ellen, xxvi, 119

Dunlap, Jim, art., “Outhouse Inserts,” xxxvi, 193

Dunn, Frances, 49, 131

Dunn, Hattie, xiv, 105

Dunn’s roadhouse, 50, 127, 129

Dunne, Anna Maria, xxvii, 35

Dunne, Bishop, 50, 32

Dunne, Key, xxxv, 171-176f, passim; photo, 175

Dunne, P.E., xxxiv, 26; and daughter Mamie, 27

Dunnegan, Carl, 50, 197

DuPont, Margaret Osborne, xxxv, 145-147 passim; photo, 146

Duquid, Edith, xxii, 81

Duran, Bernardo, 42, 71

Duran, Claude, xxvii, 25

Duran, Estela A., 42, 40

Duran, Federico, 42, 71

Durán, Maria Josefa, 45, 109

Duran, John, v, 54

Duran, Fr. Ramon, xxix, 150

Duran, Thomas R., 42, 40

Durán, Tomás, 45, 109

Duran y Chavez, Fernando, 43, 160

Durango Cathedral archives, 50, 66, 68, 75

Durango, Mexico, x, 81; xxiv, 131

Durazno Avenue, 48, 142

Durkee, Professor Pearl, 44, 101

Durnford, Lawrence A., xx, 23

DuSang, George, 46, 126, 136, 138

Dutch East India Company, x, 82

Dutchover, Diedrich, xxv, 9

Dutton, Laura, photo, xxvi, 125

Dutton, Lyman, xx, 119

Dutton, Oliver, 46, 43

Dutton, Simon, 40, 25

Duval, Capt. Isaac H., xxix, 167

Duval, Judge P.H., v, 59

Duval emigrant party, xxxi, 129

Duvallon, Jose, xxi, 22

Dwyer, Alice, x, 70, 74

Dwyer, Annette and Joseph, 44, 162

Dwyer, Florence French, 40, 5, 26

Dwyer, Hugh, x, 46, 51

Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. James Magoffin, xxvii, 40

Dwyer, John, 43, 186

Dwyer, T.J., xxviii, 106, 107

Dwyer, Tom, xxii, 18

Dwyer family, 40, 26

Dwyer Rancho, 43, 186

Dwyre, Carrol, xxvii, 79, 80

Dyer, J.P. “Jack,” 49, 12

Dyer Street, 44, 184

Dyetan, Benjamin, v, 94

Dyke, Bill, x, 46, 51

Dymsza, Robert E., xxii, 179; xxiii, 78

Dynamic Mrs. Frank: Pioneer Teacher, Pioneer Historian,” art., by Martha Patterson Peterson, xxxiii, 117

Dyo, Tsutomu, 42, 159

Dyrenforth, G.R., xii, 83

Dziuk, Paula, “The Casners of El Paso,” art., xxiv, 124

 

E. St. Merc and Co., (San Antonio wholesaler), 46, 183

Each Purple Curtain, by Wallace Perry, rev., i, 21-22

The Eagle and the Raven, by James A. Michener, rev., xxxvi, 49

Eagle Broadcasting Company, xxii, 32

Eagle Mountains, xix, 185

Eagle (Quitman) Mountains, 43, 113

Eagle Pass, TX, 42, 13

Eagle Pass or Life on the Border, by Mrs. William L. Cazneau (Cora Montgomery), ed. with intro. by Robert Crawford Cotner, rev., xi, 78-79

Eagle’s Pass (Texas), iii, 62, 66; xii, 17

Eagle Springs, xxii, 53; xxxviii, 9-13; (stage station), xxxi, 38

Eagle Springs Station (Texas), xiv, 109, 112, 115

Eagleton, N. Ethie, On the Last Frontier: A History of Upton County, rev., xvii, 32-33

Ealy, Mary E, 44, photo 127

Ealy, Rev. Dr. Taylor F., 44, 123, photo 126

Earhart, Walter, 50, 131

Earle, F.C., xv, 52

Earle, Frances (Brown), xix, 12

Earle, Katherine, xxi, 73

Earle, Katherine (Mrs Urban Niblo, xi, 133

Earle, Jack, see Erlich, Jake

Earlham, New Mexico, xiv, 117

Early Cowboys in New Mexico Chased More than Cows,” art. by Paxton Price, 49, 147

Early Days in the Mogollons: Tales from the Bloated Goat, by H.A. Hoover, rev., iv, 39-40

Early El Paso Artists, 1900-1940,” art. by Carol Ann Price, Part I, xxvi, 99; Part II, 163; rev., xxix, 155

Early El Paso Churches,” art. by William I. Latham, xxvii, 99

Early History of the Mesilla Valley and Its Mercantile Community, An ,” art., by Scott Edward Fritz, 46, 175

Early Livestock Brands in El Paso del Norte,” by Rick Hendricks, art., 45, 107

Early Postmasters in El Paso County,” art. by Frances Segulia, xxxiii, 81

Early Roads to El Paso,” art. by Bob Miles, xxxi, 75

Early Trail Drives in the Big Bend, by W.D. Smithers, rev., xxiv, 95

Early Trip to Elephant Butte, An,” by Patrick Rand, art., xx, 111-116

Earp, Dean, 49, 86

Earp, Pina Mae Hays, 49, 86

Earp, Robert, art. by Judy and Frank Mangan, with Minnie Earp Travis, “Camp Grande Revisited,” 49, 81

East, George, xix, 83, 87 fn.3

East El Paso addition, 50, 129

East El Paso Town Company, xxii, 110

East Meets West: El Pasoans of Chinese Descent,” art. by Willard G. Books, xxviii, 58

Easter, The Reverend Henry, vii, 139; x, 96

Eastland, Joseph G., xii, 15

Eastland, Thomas B., xii, 15

Easton, Lt. Colonel Alton R., xix, 29

Eastwood High School, 44, 55, 56; 46, 127

Eastwood Knolls Elementary School, 46, 127

Eastwood Middle School, xxviii, 22, 26

Eating Up the Santa Fe Trail, by Sam’l P. Arnold, rev., xxxvii, 103

Eaton, Brevet Lt. Colonel James H., iv, 107

Eats - A Folk History of Texas Foods, by Ernestine Sewell Linck and Joyce Gibson Roach, rev., xxxv, 50

Ebell, Wolfgang, 42, 162

Ebell, Dr. Wolfgang, xxxii, 159-168; photo, 162

Eccleston, Robert, xii, 14; xviii, 95; xxxiii, 59; photo, 61

Echallier, Andres, 39, 115

Echallier, Fr. Andrew, xxix, 149

Echaniz, Paul, xxv, 116

Echaniz, Pete A., 48, 107, 109, 139, 141

Echer, Jessie, x, 36

Eckles, Jim, art., “The Search for Treasure in Victorio Peak,” xxxviii, 123; rev., 39, 153

The Economic, Political and Social Status of the Negro in El Paso,” by Marilyn T. Bryan, art., xii, 74-86.

Economic Recovery Tax (1981), xxvii, 165

Eddy, Charles B., xiv, 20; 39 65

Eddy, Charles Bishop, xvi, 8, 16, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74; xix, 111; xxx, 185

Eddy, Clarence, xix, 150

Eddy, John A., xvi, 71

Eddy Brothers, xxiv, 36

Ederington, Mr. and Mrs. John T., xxx, 116

Edgar, James, vi, 64n

Edgar, John, ix, 64n

Edgar, Mary, xix, 72

Edgerton, Charles, 48, 130, 133

Edgerton, George, viii, 91; 48, 133

Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago, xxii, 162

Edgren, Charles, xxix, 87; 44, 31, 34

Edison, Thomas Alva, 49, 26

Editor Cutting’s War with Mexico,” by John Middagh, art., ii, 74-77

Editors Make War: Newspapers in the Secession Crisis, by Donald E. Reynolds, rev., xvi, 79

Editor’s Notes, 39, 3, 99, 149, 199; 40, 48, 151, 199

Edrington, Thomas, and John Taylor, The Battle of Glorieta Pass: A Gettysburg in the West, by Thomas S., rev., 44, 44

The Education of a West Texan, by Samuel D. Myres, rev., xxx, 198

Edward Burleson: Texas Frontier Leader, by John J. Jenkins and Kenneth Kesselus, rev., xxxvii, 48

Edwards, Ben, xvi, 79

Edwards, Dr. Charles, Up to My Armpits: Adventures of a West Texas Veterinarian, book note, 48, 209

Edwards, Judge D.F., xix, 197

Edwards, Dwight, 43, 41, 44

Edwards, Dwight Woodbridge, 48, 89

Edwards, Elizabeth, xviii, 106

Edwards, Eugene, 46, 41, 197

Edwards, Eugene T., xxvii, 176

Edwards, Frank S., A Campaign in New Mexico With Colonel Doniphan, rev., 41, 152; 43, 26,27,29

Edwards, Sergeant Frank S., iv, 136, 137, 139

Edwards, Colonel George, x, 109

Edwards, Mrs. George, x, 109

Edwards, H.B., vii, 28

Edwards, Haden Harrison, son Peyton Forbes Edwards and grandson Peyton James Edwards, xxxi, 74

Edwards, John F., ii, 123

Edwards, The Reverend John R., xiii, 14su

Ewdards, Colonel Ken, xxiii, 154

Edwards, Private M.B.., iv, 139

Edwards, M.C. xiv, 53, 54n

Edwards, Pvt. Marcellus Ball, 43, 29

Edwards, Nancy (Klopfer), xix, 11; xxiv, 177

Edwards, Judge Payton F., xiii, 17sp

Edwards, Sheriff Payton J., iii, 53, 108

Edwards, Judge Peyton F., xvii, 87; xxii, 145; xxiii, 37; xxiv, 15; 50, 125, 127

Edwards, Peyton R., 50, 125

Edwards, T.D., American Consul in Juarez, 42, 15,56

Edwards, Thomas, xxiv, 60

Edwards and Edwards, xxii, 112

The Effects of the Railroads Upon El Paso,” by Clyde Wise, Jr., art., v, 91-100

The Effects of the Railroads on New Mexico,” by Francis A. Ehman, art., viii, 56-70

Eft, Mrs. W. Franklin, xii, 99

Egan Dramatic School (Los Angeles), xx, 90

Egbert Edward, “Medical History of El Paso. Tuberculosis: The Beginnings of El Paso as a Medical Center,” with Werner E. and Cheri Spier, 42, 107

Egbert, Jessie Burroum, 42, 117

Egbert, Orville E., M.D., xxxv, 28; xxxvi, 80; and son Edward, M.D., 80

Egbert, Dr. Orville, 42, 111,112

Egbert, Rosa Mae, 49, 131

Egg, Norma, x, 105

Eggers, Theodore, xii, 21, 22; xiv, 52, 54n

Ehman, Francis A., “The Effect of the Railroads on New Mexico,” art., viii, 56-70; notes, i, 25, 28; viii, 80; ix, 118, 120

Eichwald, Hugo, 42, 97,125

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, ii, 47, 48n

Eickemeyer, Rudolph, xxxiii, 120-136; photo, 131; Letters from the Southwest, 129-136 passim

Eickhoff, Randy Lee, Exiled: The Tigua Indians Of Ysleta Del Sur, rev., 41, 198

Eidbo, O.E., xv, 144, 149

Eighteen-Mile Hole, xxviii, 7

An 1890 View of El Paso’s Business Prospects,” art. by Francis L. Fugate and Roberta B. Fugate, xxxvii, 3

Eighteenth Amendment, El Paso newspaper campaign calling, for repeal, xxxvi, 39-43

Eighth Court of Appeals, xxxvi, 125-133

Eighth Infantry, 48, 28

Eighth Street, 48, 45

Eisenhour, Virginia, ed., Alex Sweet’s Texas - The Lighter Side of Lone Star History, rev., xxxi, 218

Eisenhower, President Dwight D., viii, 129; xxii, 145; xxiii, 37; xxiv, 15

Eisenshtat, Sidney, xiii, 72

Ejidal program (of the Mexican government) xxix, 15-28, passim

Elder, Aileen O’Keeffe, xxvii, 40

Elder, Boyd, xxv, 8

Elephant Butte Dairy League, xxxviii, 149

Elephant Butte Dam, xxvii, 16, 39, 62; xxix, 189; xxxiii, 198- 199; photo of Dam site (c. 1911-1915), 199

Elephant Butte Dam (Reservoir), iv, 56; vii, 131; viii, 9; ix, 107, 109, 111; xi, 30n; xii, 78, 83, 85, 86; xviii, 62, 102; xx, 111; xxiii, 130; xxiv, 115

Elephant Butte project, xxviii, 105

Elfego Baca in Life and Legend, by Larry D. Ball, rev., xxxviii, 48

Elfers, E.B., xviii, 16

Elias (Mexican) General, José Maria, xxxiii, 59

Elite Confectionary, xxi, 74; xxii, 31; xxiii, 28; photos xxiii, 31, 32, 33; xxvi, 59, 104

Elite Confectionary (El Paso), xv, 9

Elizabeth I, Queen of England, x, 83

Elkins, Stephen B., xvi, 179

Elkins, W.H., xx, 134

Elkins, Dr. Wilson F., xviii, 155

Elks Club (El Paso), xxviii, 158

Ella Elgar Bird Dumont, An Autobiography of a West Texas Pioneer, ed. by Tommy J. Boley, rev., xxxiv, 48

Ellanay Theatre, xxiii, 31

Elliot, Brant, xxii, 125

Elliot, Maxine, v, 67

Elliot, Reba (Armstrong), xix, 11, 12

Elliott, George, xxv, 74

Elliott, J. McC., xiii, 20su

Ellis, Bruce T., Bishop Lamy’s Santa Fe Cathedral, rev., xxxi, 168

Ellis, Charles, i, 5

Ellis, Charles E., xxiii, 54

Ellis Fremont, viii, 12; xxvi, 104, 175, 176

Ellis, G.W., xx, 180

Ellis, Gertrude, xxxiii, 166, 173n

Ellis, Harriett, xxiv, 176

Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, xxv, 134

Ellis, Mattie and Mark Wood, Bell Ranch Wagon Work, rev., xxxi, 49

Ellis, Dr. R.H., xx, 101; xxxvi, 144

Ellis, Robert D., xix, 117

Ellison, Evelyn, xxix, 134

Ellsworth, Luther T., by Dorothy Pierson Kerig, rev., xxi, 39

Ellsworth, Thyrle, xxviii, 159

Elm Creek (New Mexico), vii, 28

Elmer Kelton and West Texas: A Literary Relationship, by Judy Alter, rev., xxxiv, 201

El Ancla, 42, 163

El Azcarateño, ranch, 43, 168

El Capitán, 47, 122

El Blanco (Gamecock), vii, 73, 74

El Bracito campsite, 43, 163

El Brazito, Battle of (New Mexico), ii, 88

El Camino Real,” art. by Santiago Nieves, xxvi, 126

El Camino Real, (The Royal Road), 40, 111; 42, 93; 49, 95

El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro through the Pass of the North,” art. by George D. Torok, 50, 169

El Casino Mexicano, 45, 180,188

El Centinela, newspaper, 48, 130

El Cerrito: New Mexico; Eight Generations in a Spanish Village, by Richard L. Nostrand, rev. 49, 151

El Chamizal (Disputed Territory), xii, 44

El Chato’s Buried Treasure,” by Eugene O. Porter, art., ii, 125-128

El Colorado (Rodey), New Mexico, xx, 64

El Concho, Arizona, xx, 65

El Conquistador, xvii, 3

El Continental, 47, 25

El Continental, newspaper, 48, 146

El Centro Mercantil, 42, 163

El Colegio de Señoritas de las Hijas de Jesus y Maria, 45, 180,184

El Colegio Palmore, 45, 180,184-186

El Contrabando de El Paso,” xxviii, 129

El Cristo Rey (Statue), xiii, 73

El Espia, Mexico, xv, 58

El Fanal de Chihuahua, newspaper, 43, 8

El Faro, newspaper, 43, 56, 61, 65

El Fronterizo (Las Cruces Spanish Newspaper), xii, 111

El Fronterizo, newspaper, 48, 146

El Gringo: New Mexico and Her People, by W.W.H. Davis, rev., xxviii, 194

El Molino” (Hart’s mill), 48, 19

El Morro (New Mexico), x, 6

El Morro National Monument (Inscription Rock), vii, 6

El Muerto (See Dead Man’s Hole)

El Muerto Canyon, xxvii, 72; phono, 75

El Negrito (statue), 46, 43

El Negro (Gamecock), vii, 73, 74

El Nogal (Mexico), ix, 94

El Nombre de Dios, New Mexico, xx, 63

El Paseño, Padre Ramón Ortíz: 1814-1896” art. by Samuel E. Sisneros, 44, 107

El Paso, ii, 30, 31, 23, 28, 42, 53

El Paso,” art. by Owen P. White, xxxvi, 55

El Paso: A Borderlands History, by W. Timmons, xxxvi, 45-48; see also 88, rev., xxxv, 152

El Paso Abstract Company, 50, 125

El Paso Abstract & Loan Company, 50, 125

El Paso Advisory Committee of the Texas Centennial, list of members and its work in selecting site of El Paso Centennial Museum, xxvi, 10-11

El Paso Aero Club, xvii, 113; xxxiii, 176-177

El Paso - A Healing Place for Skin Disorders,” art. by H.D. Garrett, M.D.., xxxiii, 185

El Paso and Juarez Traction Company, 43, 169

El Paso and Northeastern Railroad, xvi, 8, 12, 13; xix, 197; xxii, 110; xxiv, 37

El Paso and Northwestern Railroad, xxiv, 24

E.P. & S.W. Pumping Plant, photo, xxviii, 75

El Paso and Southwestern Railroad, ii, 79, 80; vii, 139; xxiv, 37; xxvii, 11; xxx, 89; sketch of first locomotive, xxxii, 3; xxxi, Building (1911), 109; photo, 195; 42, 194; (E.P.& S.W.), 49, 3

El Paso and Southwestern Railway (EP & SW), xix, 107, 111, 114, 116; 42, 56

El Paso and the Poll Tax,” by Conrey Bryson, art., iv, 46-52

El Paso and White Oaks Railroad, xxx, 109; xxxii, 97

El Paso Archaeological Society, xxvi, 18, 19; xxviii, 181-184 passim; xxix, 71

El Paso Artist’s Association, xxi, 139

El Paso Artists (Art) Association, xxvi, 176, 178

El Paso as a Health Resort, excerpts from the (1884) pamphlet by Charles T. Race, M.D., xxxii, 33-36

El Paso as seen by Fanny Chambers Gooch,” by Chester Hall Chambers, art., ii 61-65

El Paso Associated General Contractors of America, 47, 19

El Paso Automobile Club, xx, 111

El Paso Bakery, xv, 14

El Paso Bank & Trust Company, 42, 126

El Paso Bar Association, xxiv, 147

El Paso Bar Association, initial meeting (1901), xxxiv, 125

El Paso Benevolent Society (1890), xxxv, 35

El Paso Bicentennial Commission, xxii, 129

El Paso Birds, xxiii, 100

El Paso Board of Health, 43, 16

El Paso Board of Realtors, xxi, 142

El Paso Bottling Company, 44, 176

El Paso Branch Genealogical Library, xxviii, 175

El Paso Brewers Association, 42, 98

El Paso Brewery, xxxviii, 144-146 passim; photo, brewery, c. 1903, xxxviii, 145; 42, 99; 50, 125-127, 131, 133-136

El Paso Brewing Association, 50, 125, 127, 131, 138

El Paso Brewing Association, Successors, 50, 132

El Paso Brewing and Ice Co., 50, 123

El Paso Brewing Company, xxiii, 65; xxxii, 194-196; 50, 129

El Paso Brick Company, 44, 83; 50, 131

El Paso Brick Company from Past to Present,” art by Lorena Rodriguez, xxviii, 24

El Paso Brick Plant, xxi, 102

El Paso Browns (baseball team), xxx, 129

El Paso Bullion, xxiv, 20

El Paso Cancer Radiation Foundation, xxi, 142

El Paso Cancer Treatment Center, 42, 111

El Paso Canyon, iv, 56

El Paso Centennial Museum, xxv, 24; 44, 31

The El Paso Centennial Museum, 1935-1946,” art. by Esther Thompson Cornell, xxvi, 5; planning, funding, construction, dedication, early exhibits, xxvi, 5-23; photo of museum (1936), 9, of section of bas-relief over entrance, 13, of portion of Peak Room (c. 1960), 23: xxviii, 111

El Paso - A Centennial Portrait, xxii, 81; ed. Harriot Howze Jones, xxv, 24

El Paso Chamber of Commerce, iii, 89, 92; vi, 110; xxi, 142; xxiv, 27, 70; xxv, 61, 65; Woman’s Division, xix, 3; xxvi, 9, 10, 19, 103; xxviii, 101-102; 42, 5

El Paso Chamber of Commerce Building, (1909), xxix, 118-119; photo, 118; 46, 134

The El Paso Chamber of Commerce: Looking Backwards,” by Hal Tinker and Kenneth A. Goldblatt, art., xiv, 42-48

El Paso Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 46, 140

El Paso Chronicles: A Record of Historical Events in El Paso, Texas by Leon C. Metz, rev., 39, 101

El Paso Churches, c. 1850-1900, xxvii, 99-114

El Paso Cigar Manufacturing Company, 42, 99

El Paso Citizens Advisory Committe, xxiii, 112

El Paso City Charter, 44, 40

El Paso City-County Health Department, xxviii, 117

El Paso City-County Health Unit, xxiv, 15

El Paso City-County Hospital, 41, 65, 66

El Paso City-County Hospital,” by H.D. Garrett, M.D., xxix, 34

El Paso City-County Hospital in the Thirties,” by J. Leighton Green, art., xxv, 86

El Paso City Hall, photo 1888 building, xxvi, 65; photo, xxvii, 82; Park, 101

El Paso Civic Center, 46, 131, 136

El Paso Coke and Gas Co., xxx, 82

El Paso Community Concerts, organization of, xxxii, 16

El Paso Community Foundation, xxiii, 138, 142; xxiv, 93; 44, 9, 10, 11

El Paso Company, 44, 163

El Paso Computer Center, 46, 132

El Paso Corporation (1850s), xxx, 16

El Paso Cotton Industries, 49, 116

El Paso Country Club, xviii, 51; xxi, 3; 44, 177, 184; 46, 134

El Paso County Centennial Celebration, 41, 178

El Paso Country Club (Newman Road), 1909-1916, xxxii, 37-38; photo, 39

El Paso County, ii, 109, 110, 111n

El Paso County Commissioners Court, photo, 40, 123

El Paso County Courthouse, photo, xxvi, 145; photo of construction of the 1916 building around the 1886 building xxxi, 193

El Paso County Courthouses, photos, 40, 78, 79

El Paso County Fair, xxiv, 28

El Paso County Historical Commission, xxiv, 134; xxviii, 119; xxix, 145 (See also, El Paso Historical Commission)

El Paso County Historical Commission,” art. by Katherine Kistenmacher, xxviii, 71-73

El Paso County Historical Society, xxv, 21, 40, 104, 143, 161; xxvi, 3, 37, 39; xxvii, 89, 151; 39, 107-112; 41, 174; workshop for local social science teachers (1983), xxviii, 134-135 (See Historical Society)

El Paso County Historical Society’s Tour of Homes 2001,” art., by Lea Vail, 46, 196

El Paso County Historical Survey Committee, xxiv, 151

El Paso County Judges, Lists of, xii, 58

El Paso County Medical Society, xxii, 179; xxiv, 15; xxvii, 30; 41, 189

El Paso County Physician, 42, 114

El Paso County Sheriff’s Department, xxiii, 18

El Paso County Water Improvement District No. 1, xxvii, 173, 178, 180

El Paso Court of Appeals: Eighty Years of Judicial Service, 1911-1991,” art. by Hon. Charles R. Schulte and Hon, Hax N. Osborn, xxxvi, 125

El Paso Courthouses: Past and Present,” art. by Herb Marsh, Jr. and Robert Dinsmoor, 40, 75

El Paso Daily Herald, 46, 85

El Paso Daily Times, excerpts from scattered issues, April-Dec. 1883, xxviii, 67-70f; 130-133f; 176-179; xxix, 32

El Paso Dairy, xxviii, 157

El Paso Dairy Company, ii, 113

El Paso Defends Her Culture - Opera at the Pass of the North,” by Estelle Goodman Levy, art., iv, 90-95

El Paso del Norte, xxvii, 51, 53-55, 58, 99; (later Cd. Juarez) Mexico, xxix, 16, 60ff, 140, 146-148, passim. 189; 1760s, xxxviii, 55-63; 40, 107ff; 43, 24,55,160,161,162,181; 44, 13, 14, 19, 23, 111; 46, 56

El Paso del Norte, Historical Drama, xxi, 53; rev., xxi, 124

El Paso del Norte (Juarez), ii, 87; iii, 77; ix, 101; x, 85; xvi, 98

El Paso del Norte, Mexico (1854), xxx, 190

El Paso Del Norte Hotel, 42, 65

El Paso del Norte: regional Election Center, 1813-1821,” art. by Richard Baquera, xxxvi, 107

El Paso del Rio del Norte, xxv, 161

El Paso del Río del Norte (Juarez), ii, 106, 125, 126

El Paso Department of Museums, xxvii, 152, 181

El Paso Development Board, xix, 197

El Paso Distillery, 50, 133

El Paso Documentary,” series, (See Timmons, W.H.)

El Paso Downtown (circa 1940), photo 40, 182-83

El Paso Drive, 43, 143; 47, 4, 87; 48, 110; 49, 9

El Paso Electric Company, xiii, 117; xxii, 33; xxiv, 134; xxvii, 165; xxviii, 119; Rio Grande Power Plant, xxxvii, 142; photo, c. 1940, 143; 43, 169; 46, 133; 49, 9, 32

El Paso Electric Company, No. 1 Mule Car, photo 42, 2

El Paso Electric Railway Company, xxi, 149

El Paso Entertainment Corporation, 44, 8, 9

El Paso Farmers’ Market, 42, 14

El Paso Fire Department: A Pictorial History (1882-1982), rev., xxviii, 43, 130

El Paso’s First Municipal Airport,” by Stacy C. Hinkle, art., xiii, 1-16su

The El Paso-Fort Yuma Wagon Road: 1857-1860,” by Jack L. Cross, art., Part One, iv, 4-18; Part Two, iv, 58-70

El Paso Foundry and Machine Works, xxii, 112; xxiv, 28

El Paso Fuel Company, xxii, 112

El Paso Garden Club, 46, 88

El Paso Gas Company, 44, 166

El Paso General Hospital, xxix, 34

El Paso: Guided through Time, by Leon Metz, rev., 45, 199

El Paso Hall of Honor, xxiii, 78 (See also, Hall of Honor)

El Paso Herald, xx, 149; xxii, 116; xxiii, 6, 67, 69, 99; xxiv, 13, 29, 109; xxv, 58, 61, 73; xxviii, 61, 62, 99, 158, 176; xxix, 119-122 passim; xxx, 8, 9, 129; xxxi, 103-110, passim, 192-200 passim; xxxiv, 106, 191-194; xxxvi, 43, passim

El Paso Herald-Post, iv, 36; xxi, 93; xxii, 13, 34, 107, 127; xxiv, 183; xxv, 21,22; xxviii, 55, 157; xxxiv, 106, 127- 133, passim, 184; 42, 167

El Paso Heritage Commission, xxi, 142

El Paso Heritage Foundation, xxv, 99

El Paso High School, xv, 6; xvii, 163; xix, 5; xxi, 149; xxii, 31; xxiii, 127; xxiv, 7, 8, 14, 174; xxv, 125; & Stadium (photo), xviii, 100; xxvii, 82, 84; xxviii, 22, 29, 72, 153-163 passim; xxix, 123-137; photo, 130-131; 41, 163; 49, 34

El Paso High School Stadium, 44, 185

El Paso High School Historical Society, xxxi, 157-160

El Paso Historic Landmark Commission (See Historic Landmark Commission and Historic Landmark Ordinance)

El Paso Historic Preservation Venture: El Paso Landmarks, Inc., An,” by Rebecca T. Garrett, 41, 107

El Paso Historical Commission, xxiii, 138 (See also, El Paso County Historical Commission)

El Paso Holocaust Museum, 46, 134

El Paso Hook and Ladder Co., xxx, 82

El Paso Horseless Carriage Group, 47, 187

El Paso Housing Authority, xxi, 136; 42, 174

El Paso Ice and Refrigeration Company, xxii, 112; 42, 123

El Paso Ice and Refrigerator Company, 50, 24, 123

El Paso Immigration Bureau, 42, 11, 13

El Paso in 1911,” by H.D, Slater, an. by Eugene O. Porter., xi, 30sp

El Paso in Pictures, by Frank Mangan, rev., xvii, 32

El Paso in the Early 1900’s” by Nadine Hale Prestwood, art., xviii, 51-58

El Paso in the Fifties,” art. by Carol Price Miller and Holly Thurston Cox, 49, 55

El Paso Independent Railroad Company, xvi, 8

El Paso Independent School District, founding of, xxix, 139; Board, xxxiv, 178-179, passim

El Paso International Airport, xxxiii, 175-184; photo of Terminal Building completed in 1941, 181

El Paso International Museum, xxi, 135, 137; xxvi, 19

El Paso Irrigation Company, iv, 36

El Paso Jail Fire, The,” art., by Gerald G. Raun, 49, 191

El Paso Jewish Historical Society, 40, 19

El Paso-Juárez streetcar, xxxvi, 149; photo, 1902, 151

El Paso Junior Chamber of Commerce, xxv, 21

El Paso Kennel Club, 45, 187

El Paso Landmarks, Inc., 41, 107

El Paso Lawman: G.W. Campbell, by Fred R. Egloff, rev, xxviii, 44

El Paso Link, xviii, 149

El Paso Lone Star, xxviii, 148, 176, 177

El Paso Mail Company, xxv, 6

El Paso Masonic Lodge, xxii, 53

El Paso Masonic Lodge Number 130, 42, 110

El Paso Masonic Hospital, 42, 110, photo 112

El Paso, Mayors of, xii, 30sp

The El Paso Medical Center,” art. by Henry D. Garrett, M.D., xxxv, 28

El Paso Medical Museum, 42, 110

El Paso Medical Society, 43, 16

The El Paso Memories,” art. by by Edna Mac Lyons, xxvii, 83

El Paso Merchant and Civic Leader from the 1880’s Through the Mexican Revolution, by Samuel J. Freudenthal, an. by Floyd S. Fierman, rev., xi, 39-40

El Paso, Mexico, xvii, 10, 21 fn.15, 12

El Paso Military Institute, xi, 30n; xv, 4; xvi, 113; xix, 5, 9; xxiii, 154; xxviii, 100; photo of marching cadets, xxix, 120; 44, 184

El Paso Militia Dragoons, 43, 164

El Paso: Mining Hub for Northern Mexico,” by James M. Day, art., xxiv, 17

El Paso Mining Journal, xxiv, 24

El Paso Mission Heritage Association, xxiii, 117

El Paso Morning,” poem by Robert Burlingame, xxxiii, 46

El Paso Morning Times, 42, 61

El Paso Mother’s Health Clinic, xxi, 136

El Paso Municipal Election, Spring, 1889, xxxiv, 89

El Paso Municipal Rose Garden, 46, 196

El Paso Museum of Art, xxi, 135; xxvi, 19; xxvii, 167; xxviii, 18, 182; 42, 174; 46, 131

El Paso Museum of History, xxv, 40, 99, 143; xxvi, 151; exhibit of hand-blown bottles, (1983), xxvii, 136-140

El Paso National Bank, xxii, 3; 1887, xxxii, 45; 47, 167, 168

El Paso National Bank building, 46, 134

El Paso National Guard, 43, 60, 62

El Paso Natural Gas Company, iii, 12; xxiii, 36; xxviii, 163; 46, 132, 139, 140; 47, 168

El Paso Newspapers: The Bulletin, xxxi, 40; El Centinela (El Paso del Norte, Chih.), xxxi, 40; El Paso Herald, xxxi, 94, 103-110 passim, 192-200, passim; xxxiii, 5-9 passim, 17; El Paso Herald-Post, xxxiii, 8; El Paso Post, 5-8 passim; El Paso Times, xxxi, 39-41, 93-95, 103-107 passim, 152-154, 201-204; xxxiii, 5-8 passim; 15-17 passim; 89-92 passim; 189-192, passim

El Paso Nippon Gakuen Inc, (Japanese school), 42, 161,162

El Paso Novelty Company, 46, 43

El Paso Orthopedic Surgery Group, xxxviii, 27

El Paso’s Paramount-Publix Theatre,” art. by John Martin West,44, 3

El Paso Philatelic Society, xxiii, 128; xxiv, 16

El Paso Pioneer Negro Chorus, 49, 185

El Paso Pioneers Association, v, 33; xxii, 182; xxvi, 5, 6, 19; xxvii, 12, xxviii, 152; 44, 170

El Paso Planning Department, xxviii, 58

El Paso Police Academy, 48, 57

El Paso Police Department, xxvii, 11

El Paso Post, xxv, 74; xxxvi, 40-43 passim

El Paso Progressive Union, 44, 166

El Paso Public Library, ii, 84; xvii, 86-88; xix, 92, 93; xxi, 138; xxii, 177; xxiv, 25, 41, 181; xxv, 84, 135; xxvi, 5, 10, 12, 37, 116; xxvii, 182; West Branch, xxxiv, 54; sketch, 55, xxviii, 174; 39, 5-12 passim; photo, 6; 46, 139

El Paso Public Library Association, xxix, 9-12 passim

El Paso Public Schools, xxiv, 10; xxvii, 156; census of 1888, xxxiii, 91-92

El Paso Rapid Treatment Center, 42, 113

El Paso Real Estate and Immigration Company, xx, 147

El Paso residents, San Antonio Street neighborhood, 1888, 1889, xxxvii, 97-99

El Paso Rose Society, 46, 201

El Paso Saddlery, 48, 142

El Paso Salt War, xxii, 130, 188; 41, 79

The El Paso Salt War of 1877, by C.L. Sonnichsen, rev., vi, 141-142; xviii, 186

El Paso Sanitorium, xxi, 151; 42, 113

El Paso School Board, 43, 16-17

El Paso School for Girls, xxx, 123-124, 178

The El Paso Sharps: Arm of the Borderlands,” art. by Wayne R. Austerman, xxvii, 68

El Paso, sketches from Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper (October 18, 1890); Head of Irrigating Canal, San Antonio Street, Wells Fargo Bank Building, Court House, Lanoria Mesa, El Paso Smelting Works, Residence of Dr. W.A. Alexander, Vendome Hotel, El Paso Street, xxxvii, 7, 9

El Paso Smelter, xxiv, 23; xxxi, 144

El Paso Smelting Company (1888), xxxiii, 91

El Paso Smelting Works, xxviii, 102-103; 44, 181

El Paso Social Club (c. 1882) xxi, 92; 44, 168

El Paso song, xxi, 63

El Paso Symphony Orchestra, xxiii, 61; xxvi, 159, 160, 161

El Paso Stock Exchange, 44, 181

El Paso Street, 42, 6, 67, 68, 96; 47, 23, 25, 84; 48, 70; 49, 33; 50, 24, 25

El Paso Street Car Company, 44, 166

El Paso Street Railway, 49, 27, 32; 50, 24

El Paso Technical High School, xxix, 93

El Paso Technical Institute, 43, 44

El Paso Tennis Club (1921-1971), xxxv, 141-148; photo; original clubhouse, 143

El Paso Through Older Eyes,” art. by Marta Estrada, 48, 196

El Paso, Texas, xvii, 51; 39, 187-191, 193-198, photo, 147

El Paso, Texas: 400 Years of Engineering Progress at the Pass of the North,” art. by Ivonne T. Peralta, P.E., 47, 140

El Paso - Then and Now, by Cleofas Calleros with Marjorie F. Graham, rev., ii, 27

El Paso Times, i, 114, ii, 74, 75, 76, 77; xx, 149; xxi, 118, 121; milk fund, xxi, 135; xxii, 129; xxiii, 5, 66; xxiv, 13,19, 57, 63, 107; xxv, 22, 58, 74; xxix, 79, 119-21 passim; xxx, 8, 10, 24, 27-29, 85-88, 128-130, 183-186; xxxi, 39-41, 93-95, 152-154, 192-200 passim, 201-204; xxxii, 43-46 passim, 87-90 passim, 141-143 passim, 189-192 passim; xxxiv, 37-40 passim. 87-90 passim, 127-133 passim, 145-148 passim; xxxv, 33-36 passim, 91-94 passim, 149-151 passim, 191-194 passim; xxxvi, 40-43 passim, 97-99 passim, 197-199 passim; 47, 17

The El Paso Tin Mine,” by Conrey Bryson, art., iii, 4-13

El Paso Tin Mining and Smelting Company, xxiv, 28

El Paso to Dallas by Rail: Christmas-time, 1881.” art. by Emilia Gay Griffith Means, xxix, 159

The El Paso Train Robbery,” by C.L. Sonnichsen, art., vi 60-62

El Paso Union Depot, xx, 41; construction of, xxxi, 103-110; architect’s sketches, 106, 109

El Paso Union Depot Corporation, xxxi, 104-110 passim

El Paso Union Station, xxiv, 37

El Paso Valley, iv, 56, 57; xii, 44

El Paso Valley Irrigation District, ix, 107

El Paso Valley Water User’s Association, iv, 37

El Paso Visitor’s Center, 44, 8

The El Paso Volunteer Fire Department,” ed. and an. by Eugene O. Porter, art., xiii, 13-23sp

El Paso Water Company, ix, 105; xv, 23, 24, 26, 28; xx, 149; (1888), xxxiii, 90; 44, 166

El Paso Water Improvement District, 44, 40

El Paso - Where Texas History Begins,” art. by W.H, Timmons, xxxi, 55

El Paso White Truck Sales and Welding Supply, 49, 164

El Paso Wilderness Park Museum, brief history and early exhibits, xxviii, 181-184; photo, “Cave Dwelling” diorama, 183

El Paso World News, xxxiv, 182; 47, 25

El Paso-Ysleta Interurban, xxviii, 153-163 passim, photo 160

El Paso’s Copy of the Treaty of Velasco,” art. by Mary A. Sarber, xxxi, 73

El Paso’s Delightful Green Grocer,” by Chris P. Fox, art., xviii, 104-106

El Paso’s Durable Sinner,” by Carl Hertzog, art., xxv, 68

El Paso’s ‘Fifth Avenue:’ Mesa Avenue,” art. by Laura K. Hollingsed, 49, 107

El Paso’s Forgotten Past - Historic Preservation, by Departmentof Planning, City of El Paso, rev., xxiii, 80

El Paso’s Lost Colony,” art. by Albert Quillin, 43, 69

El Paso’s Missions and Indians, by Cleofas Calleros, rev., xxviii, 116

El Paso’s Municipal Airport; 1929-1936 - A Family of Firsts,” by Stacy Hinkle, art., xvii, 110-115

El Paso’s Navy,” by Frank B. Putnam, art., iii, 138-144

El Paso’s Pioneer Women,” art. by Nancy Hamilton, 50, 107

El Paso’s Petrified Giant, by Robert N. Mullin, art., xxii, 17

El Paso’s Splendid Little War,” by Garna L. Christian, art., xxiii, 5

El Paso’s Texas Rangers,” by James M. Day, art., xxiv, 153

El Paso’s Union Passenger Station,” by Addie Jo Sharp, art., i, 60-64

El Paso’s Water Shortage Problem,” by Alvin Wallace Past, art., ix, 105-112

El Patriarca y Señor San José mine, 46, 60, 71

El Pipo”, 42, 42

El Porvenir, Chihuahua, 48, 3

El Porvenir, xxii, 128

El Provenir (Mexico), ix, 89

El Rancho de Santa Teresa, 43, 165

El Rayado (New Mexico), x, 6

El Real de Dolores, New Mexico (Old Placer), xviii, 26

El Real de San Lorenzo, 43, 162

El Real de San Pedro de Alcantara, 43, 162

El Real del Santisima Sacramento, 43, 162

El Ríncon, Chih., Mexico (site of 1918 battle between Mexicans and Tarahumara Indians), xxxi, 176-182 passim

El Rosario copper mine, 47, 109

El Sabio Sembrado, newspaper, xxiii, 51; 40, 26

El Santisimo Sacramento (camp), 48, 10

El Tiempo (Newspaper, Mexican). ix, 16

El Tornillo (paraje), 46, 58

El Valle (Mexico), xii, 8; xv, 60, 69

Elbe, Julius, 40, 17

Elder, Dorothy, art., “No Housing Available,” 50, 97

Elder, Hal, 49, 131

Eldridge, Lena, 44, 102

Elephant Butte, 41, 44

Elephant Butte Dam, 42, 140; 44, 40, 90; 45, 43; 47, 143, 191

Elias family, 40, 23

Elías González, Francisco, 46, 61

Elias-Gonzalez, Isabel, see Azcarate, Isabel “Eliseo H. Baeza,” art. by Donald S. Henderson, 40, 31

Elías González, Juana Rita, 46, 61

Elite, confectionery, 46, 87

Ellanay Theater, 44, 7; 47, 84

Elliott, O.R., 49, 40

Elliott, Melinda, Great Expectations, rev., 41, 48

Elliott, Richard Smith, The Mexican War Correspondence of Richard Smith Elliott, Edited and Annotated by Mark L. Gardner and Marc Simmons, rev., 193

Elliott, William Kent, 42, 129

Ellis, Charles, 50, 38-40, 42, 43

Ellis, Charles E., 41, 73

Ellis Teodora, 50, 42

Elroy Bode’s Sketchbook: Portraits in Nostalgia,” by Elroy Bode, rev., xvii, 146-147

Elsberg, Gustav, 42, 168

E.P.M.S. - A Biographical Note of Elsie Pomeroy McElroy Slater,” by John M. Slater, edited by Winifred M. Middagh, xxiii, 96-103; photo, xxiii, 102

Elwin, Allen H., The Southwest of John H. Slaughter, rev., x, 115-116

Ely, Lucile Davis, xxii, 110

Ely: Too Black, Too White, by Ely Greer, ed. by Elizabeth N. and Arthur Ben Chitty, rev., xv, 31

Emberton, W.T., 50, 134

Emeree, Berla Ione, xxvi, 102, 116

Emile, Gonzalo, iii, 110

Emma Bunting Stock Company, xxv, 129

Emigrated to Another Star,” art. by Marilyn Gross, 50, 96

Emory, William Hemsley, 39, 159-168

Emory, Major William H., ii, 4, 4n, 5, 5n; iii, 61; xii, 16; 49, 96

Empire Bottling Company, 42, 129,132,133

Empire Bottling Works, 42, 93,97,125

Empire-Link Industries, 42, 126

Empire Moving & Storage Company, 42, 128

Empire of Sand: The Seri Indians and the Struggle for Spanish Sonora, 1645-1803, by Thomas E. Sheridan, rev., 45, 93

Empire Products Corporation, 42, 126, 132; 43, 146; 47,33; 49, 39, 42, 43

Empty Schoolhouse, The: Memories of One-Room Texas Schools, collected and edited by Luther B. Clegg, rev., 42, 151

Enchillada luncheon, 41, 5

Encyclopedia of Frontier and Western Fiction, ed. Jon Tuska and Vickie Pickarski, xxix, 44

Encyclopedia of Lawmen, Outlaws, and Gunfighters, The, by Leon Claire Metz, rev., 48, 158

Encyclopedia of Western Gunfighters, by Bill O’Neal, rev., xxiv, 138

Endlich, Ben, xxii, 13

Endo, Tetsu, 42, 163

Enemark, Lt., viii, 73

Enemy Alien Board, 42, 163

Engelbrecht, Dr. Lloyd C., xviii, 34; xxiv, 182

Englebrecht, Lloyd C. & June Marie, Henry C. Trost, Architect of the Southwest, rev., xxvi, 44, 155; xxviii, 109

Engelhard, Tom and Edward T. Linenthal, eds., History Wars: The Enola Gay And Other Battles For The American Past, rev., 43, 46

Engine No. 1, xxv, 24

Engine No. 625 - Mexican Railways, 1907,” by Antonio Flores Diego, tr. by Mary Ellen B. Porter, art., xi, 134-138

Engine “Old Number One,” i, 31,110; xii, 3

Engineering Science Complex (UTEP), 46, 140

Engle, New Mexico, xxii, 151; 45, 43

Englemann, Dr. George, xvi, 170, 172

English, Hugh, 46, 135

English, Laura, ix, 115; xiv, 61

English, Major Paul X., xxv, 74

The English Kitchen (El Paso), xi, 75n, xii, 119

English (Only) Spoken Here,” art. by Ray Past, xxx, 63

An English Tourist Describes the ‘Booming’ Frontier,” art. by Emilia Gay Griffith Means, xxix, 55

Engloff, Fred R., El Paso Lawman, rev., xxviii, 44

Enriquez, Ann, xxxi, 28; photo, 28; 40, 124

Enríquez, Governor Ignacio (Chihuahua), 42, 61

Enriquez, Gaspar and (wife) Ann Garcia, xxx, 122

Enriquez, (El Paso County Clerk) Hector, xxxii, 183

Ensaye de Metales, 47, 108

Enterprise, The, xxiv, 19

Entrada: The Legacy of Spain and Mexico in the U.S., by Bernard L. Fontana, rev., 40, 49

epidemic, typhus in Juarez, 42, 70

Epstein, Jackie, xxx, 137

Erie Street, 42, 110

Erlich, Jake, xxv, 74; 40, 14, 17

Ernst Angerstein - Soldier, Merchant, Accused Secessionists and Post Trader,” by Floyd S. Fierman, art., vii, 61

Erwin, Brigadier General James B., xxiii, 62

Escajeda, Dona Gabriela, xx, 169

Escajeda, Encarnacion, xxx, 122

Escajeda, Frank, xxii, 13

Escajeda, J.A., 50, 42

Escajeda, Mrs. J.A., 41, 73

Escajeda, José A., iv, 46; v, 78, 79; xxiv, 62

Escajeda, Josefina, ix, 144

Escajeda, Manuel, xix, 9

Escajeda family (Lower Valley), 41, 187

Escalante, Fray Silvester Velez de, xxi, 47

Escañuela, Fray Bartolomé Garcia de, 47, 123

Esch, Robert M., xiv 120, 123; xv, 31, 36; xviii, 40, 47, 91, 93; art., “Bidding at the Pass: The Development of Duplicate Bridge in El Paso,” xxx, 135

Eschallier, The Reverend Andres, xiv, 16, 17, 18, 19

Escobar, Efren, xv, 103

Escobar, General José Gonsalo, iii, 98, 104, 105; ix, 147, 148, 149, 150

Escobar, General José González, xxiv, 178

Escobar, Sub-Lt. Jose Maria, 43, 60

Escobar Revolution, xxiv, 178

Escofier, Monsieur, xvi, 28

Escontrias, Mrs. Pilar, 50, 30

Escontrias, Silverio, xxix, 68, photo, 70; xxxi, 134; 41, 77

Escorza, Juan Bautista de, v, 142

Escoto, Miguel Angel, 42, 50

Escudero Column, xvii, 72

Escutia, Juan, xvi, 117

Espalin, José, x, 60, 61; xiv, 74, 75; xvi, 53, 55, 56; xxvii, 23

Espejo, Antonio de, xx, 47; 48, 3

Espejo, Chieftain, xxvii, 129

Espejo, Don Antonio de, i, 82; x, 82, xi, 127

Espejo-Beltrán Expedition, 1582-1583, xxxvi, 178-180

Esperanza, deserted settlement, 43, 114

Espinosa, Carmen, Shawls, Crinolines, Filagree, rev., xvi, 31

Espinosa, J. Manuel, ii, 107n; trans. and ed., The Pueblo Indian Revolt of 1696 and the Franciscan Missions of New Mexico, Letters of the Missionaries and Related Documents, rev., xxxv, 48

Espinosa, Miguel de, 47, 180

Espinosa y Alencaster, Captain Miguel de, 45, 109

Espiritu Santo Grant (New Mexico), xvi, 179

Espy Miller Ranch, 50, 34

Esquibel, Jose Antonio and Douglas Preston; photographs by Christine Preston, The Royal Road: El Camino Real From Mexico City To Santa Fe, rev., 44, 155

Esquivel, Martha (and brother Sandy), xxxi, 195

Esquivel, Martha and Joe, 46, 99

Esquivel, Father (Econonio) Pedro, xix, 151

Esquivel Sandy, xxv, 74

Esquivel, Servando I., 45, 185

Esquivel, Professor Servando I., 47, 188

Esquivel, Professor Servando T., xxx, 121

Essays on the Mexican Revolution, ed. by Wolfskill and Richmond, rev., xxvi, 94

The Establishment in Texas Politics: The Primitive Years, 1938-1956. by George Morris Green, rev., xxix, 151

Estancia de San Antonio, 43, 159

Estes, Billie Sol, viii, 109; xviii, 38

Estes, Mrs Frances, xxiii, 35

Estes, Herbert “Buck,” 41, 167

Estevanico (Arabian Negro Slave), x, 80

Estrada, Agustín, xxv, 11

Estrada, Eduardo, 48, 201

Estrada, Juan, xx, 7

Estrada, Juan de, 45, 113

Estrada, Juan O., 50, 43

Estrada, Marta, art., “The Cemetery Trail: A Tour of History and Traditions in the El Paso Valley,” xxxiv, 137; art., “Dichos from the Lower Valley,” 40, 145; art., “El Paso Through Older Eyes,” 48, 196

Estrada, Refugio, 50, 45

Estrada, Richard, “The Mexican Revolution in the Ciudad Juárez-El Paso Area,” art., xxiv, 55; xxv, 11, 40, 76; rev., xxvii, 91

Estrella Street, 43, 36

Etcheson, Nicole, rev., 42, 152,195-196; rev., 44, 44

The Eternal Light and the Cross: The Spirit of the Southwest,” by Floyd S. Fierman, art., xiii, 71-73

Etheridge, H.T., Jr., “Tribute to Fred Hervey,” art., xxi, 140

Etiquette of the Gay Nineties,” taken from Gay Nineties Cook Book, compiled, written and edited by F. Meredith Dietz and August Dietz, Jr., 49, 38

Etulain, Richard W., Writing Wester History: Essays on Major Western Historians, rev., xxxviii, 99

Eubank, Eleanor, 45, 23

Eubank, Maj. Eugene L., 45, 38

Eubank, Jesse Stanfield, 45, 21, photo 22

Eubank, John William, 45, 21, photo 22, 23

Eubanks, J.W., xxii, 112

Eugene Circle, xviii, 118

Eugene Cunningham and the El Paso Southwest,” art. by Carol Ann Price, xxviii, 47

Eugene O. Porter Memorial Award; xxvi, 39; xxvii, 41; xxviii, 82; xxix, 39, xxx, 26; xxxi, 51, xxxii, 12, xxxiii, 40; xxxiv, 12, xxxv, 26, xxxvi, 44, xxxvii, 22; xxxviii, 41, 93; 39, 47; 43, 85; 44, 79; 45, 126; 49, 170

Eugene Thurston, Cartoonist: Portait of an Artist Getting Started,” art. by Carol Price Miller, xxxvii, 159

European Texans, The, by Allan O. Kownslar, rev., 49, 154

Evans, Colonel A.W., ii, 85

Evans, George H., xix, 209, 210

Evans, George W., i, 102

Evans, Gertrude, xx, 151; 46, 23

Evans, Joe, 47, 85

Evans, Joe M., “The Crowing of a Rooster Drove My Family to West Texas,” art., i, 99-105; note, i, 109

Evans, John, vii, 90

Evans, Governor John (Colorado), xvi, 67, 68

Evans, Kate, i. 103

Evans, Mrs. Vaughn (Emma Hamilton), xi, 139; xiii, 13sp

Evelar, Laura Ann, xv, 72

Eveler, Catherine, “Mount Cristo Rey,” art., xvii, 134-136; note, xvii, 136

Eveler, John Francis, “Monsignor Henry Buchanan, Pioneer Clergyman,” art., xxi, 111

Eveler, Laura Ann, xvii, 134

Eveler, Peter, xvii, 134

Eveler, Mr. and Mrs. Peter V., xii, 92; xvii, 134

Eveler, Peter William, “The Southwest Ostrich Farm of Old El Paso,” art., xii, 90-91; notes xii, 92; xv, 72

Evenson, John, 47, 92

Evergreen Cemetery, xxvii, 12, 25, 38; 41, 187; 42, 164; 43, 17; 44, 170; 45, 19; 48, 133

Everson, John, xviii, 107

Everyday Life and Politics in Nineteenth Century Mexico; Men, Women, and War, by Mark Wasserman, rev., 46, 152; rev., 48, 159

Everyday Life of Late-Eighteenth-Century Ysleta,” art. by Dr. Rick Hendricks, 47, 171

Evolution of a Building,” art., xvi, 77-78

Ewell, Captain (General) Richard S., vi, 124; viii, 88, 91; xv, 97; xxiv, 77; xxv, 26; xxvii, 74, 75, photo 76; 41, 13

Ewing, A.L., xiii, 78

Ewing, Thomas, iv, 5,6

Excelsior Sanatorium, 42, 110, photo 115

Exchange, The,” by Chris P. Fox., xviii, 17-20

Executive Order No. 589, 42, 7

Exiled: The Tigua Indians Of Ysleta Del Sur, by Randy Lee Eickhoff, rev., 41, 198

The Exit of Toribio Huerta,” by Jack F. Findlay, art., vii, 63- 69

Exit - The Cavalry Museum, Enter - The Museum of History,” by William I. Latham, art., xxv, 99

Exploring the Hohokam: Prehistoric Desert Peoples of the American Southwest, ed. George J. Gummerman, rev., xxxvii, 203

Exploration of the Southwest; 1542-1706, xxii, 128

Extra Curricular Adventures: A Letter from Maren Jensen Oechsner,” art. reprinted from Moments in Time, by Frances Segulia, xxxv, 198-199

EXTRA! EXTRA! World War II Hits the Streets of El Paso,” art. by Robert L. Reid, xxxiv, 127

Eyde, David B., rev., xxxiv, 151

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, 42, 109

Eye-Brow Trail (New Mexico), i, 79

Eyes of Texas are Upon You, The (College Anthems) xvi, 164

Eylers, Judge A.S., xiv, 45

Eyre, Lt. Colonel E.E., iv, 79

Eyres (Eyre), Colonel E. E., xvii, 122

 

Fabens, Texas, x, 87

Faces of the Borderlands, by José Cisneros, rev., xxii, 84

Fackler, Elizabeth, Billy the Kidd: The Legend of El Chivato, rev., 40, 155

Fager, Ed 46, 151

Fair of St. Mark, 42, 45

Fair at San Juan de Los Lagos, 43, 6

Fairly, Callie, xxii, 3

Falby, Allan (Cap), xxxiv, 184

Falby, Captain Allen, 47, 89

Falby, Sheriff Allan G., iii, 138, 139

Falby, Mrs. Allan G., iii, 193

Falby, Captain Allen G. xxii, 13; xxiii, 18, 110

Falconer, Eleanor Dow, x, 97

Falconer, Thomas, xxxi, 69

Fall, A.B., 46, 38

Fall, Albert B., ii, 67; vi, 41; viii, 99; xiv, 9, 30, 76n; 41, 42; 48, 147

Fall, Albert Bacon, xxvii, 19, 21, 23; xxviii, 54, 56-57; xxxvii, 127-134, 190, photo, Fall residence in El Paso, 131

Fall, Senator, Albert Bacon, xvi, 52, 53, 77; xix, 120; xxii, 34, 113, 124; xxiv, 66; 45, 77,178,179; 47, 29-32, 111-112

Fall, Mrs. Albert B., xxvi, 11

Fall, Martha, xxi, 74

Fall Committee and Double Agent Jones, The,” art., by Michael Stone, 45, 77

Fall Family, xxii, 125

Fall Guy, The,” art. by J. Hal Gambrell, 47, 29

Fall House, xxii, 124

Falvey, T.A., 40, 80

Falvey, Mrs. T.A., 50, 112

Falvey, Judge Thomas A., i, 118; ii, 34, 35, 36; vii, 133; xii, 122; xvi, 19; xxiv, 103

Family Service of El Paso, xxii, 177

Fanning, Colonel, ix, 41

Fant, Carrie, xxx, 136

Fant, Jack, xx, 71

Fant, Katherine Kemp, 48, 93

Fant, Kathy, 48, 93

Fant, Samuel W., xxi, 109; xxiv, 130

Fant, Samuel W., Jr., xxxii, 81; and brother Jack N., 81

Far Out,” art. by Helen Gillett, xxxii, 37

The Far Southwest, 1846-1912: A Territorial History, by Howard Roberts Lamar, rev., xi, 140

A Far Trumpet, by Fred Grove, rev., xxx, 155

Farah, Cynthia, photos by, xxx, 20; xxxiii, 49; Literature and Landscape: Writers of the Southwest, rev., xxxiv, 154; art., “Accounts of Travels Through the Pass of the North, 1580-1880,” xxxv, 181; intro to “El Paso,” by Owen P. White, xxxvi, 55

Farewell to Horse-Back, Mule-Back, Foot-Back and Prairie- Schooner: The Railroad Comes to Town,” by Joseph Leach, art., i, 34-44

Farewell to Texas: A Vanishing Wilderness, by William O. Douglas, rev., xii, 93

Farfan de los Godos, Captain, xxii, 145

Fargo, William T., iii, 132

Farías, Marcos José, 50, 69, 75

Farias, President (of Mexico), Valentin Gomez, xxix, 15

Farley, James A. (U.S. Postmaster), iv, 151, 45, 35

Farley, M. Foster, “Waddy Thompson’s Mission to Mexico: 1842- 1844,” art., ix 65-74; notes, ix, 83; x, 35

Farmers Dairy, 45, 149

Farolitos, xvi, 168

Farr, W.L., ix, 4

Farrar, L.D., xix, 117

Farrar, Nancy, The Chinese in El Paso, rev., xvii, 202-203; xxviii, 59, 61, 62, 135

Farrell, Mike, xvi, 22

Farrington, Helen Seymour, 49, 65, 66, 67

Farris, Mrs. Edna, xxxii, 118

Farrow, Mia, 50, 48

Farwell, Lisa, Haunted Texas Vacations: The Complete Ghostly Guide, book note, 47, 101

The Fashion Saloon (El Paso), v, 97

Fasset, Mary, vi, 72

Fassett, C.W., xxii, 182

Fassett, Mr. and Mrs C.W., xvii, 194

Fassett, Charles W., xiv, 53, 54n

Fassett and Kelly (Liquor Dealers, El Paso), xiv, 54n

The Fate of Longstreet’s Guide,” by Lee Myers, art., xv, 96-101

Father’s Trip West,” art. compiled by Chester Lumpkins, xxxviii, 16

Fatman, Eugene B., xii, 121; xiii, 28sp

Fatman, Eugene and Clotida Ullmann, 49, 115

Faudoa, Miss Rita, xxv, 11

Faulk, John Henry, xxxiii

Faulk, Odie B., Land of Many Frontiers: A History of the American Southwest, rev., xiii, 137-138; The U.S. Camel Corps, rev., xxi, 85

Faulkner, Charles J., vii, 27

Faulkner, Rhea R., 48, 103

Fauset, Jerry, vi, 67

Fauset, Jimmie, vii, 143

Faust, Jimmie, xxxiii, 71

Favela, Juan, xx, 163; xxvi, 129

Faye, Alice, xxii, 168

Fayetteville, North Carolina, xi, 157

Feathered Duelists,” by Hadleen Braddy, art., vii, 70-74

Feather, G.A., “Los Pastores,” art., ix, 47-55; note ix, 83

Feather River Valley (California), vii, 137

Federal Avenue, El Paso, xxxvi, 73-82f

Federal Building, early 1890s, photo, xxxiii, 83; 42, 191

Federal Copper Company, xxii, 109; xxiv, 28; 46, 196; 49, 138

Federal Reserve Bank, xxii, 11; xxiv, 15

Federal Smelter, The,” by Patrick Rand, art., xxii, 109

Federal Smelter (1899-1907), xxxv, 110-111; map, 110; 45, 23

Federal Street, xxii, 114

Fehrenbach, T.R., art., “Texas Capitol Centennial,” xxvii, 43; Seven Keys to Texas, rev., xxviii, 141

Feldman All Stars, xxv, 65

Fennessey, Tom, 48, 71

Ferguson, Mrs. Alexander (Laura A.), 44, 183

Ferguson, Alma North, xx, 162; “Before the Turn of the Century,” art., xxi, 27

Ferguson, Captain, xxv, 118

Fergusson, Col. David, xxxvii, 112

Ferguson, Erna, Murder and Mystery in New Mexico, rev., iv, 40

Ferguson, George, 44, 181; 47, 82

Ferguson, Mrs. George, xxi, 105

Ferguson, Harvey, The Conquest of Don Pedro, rev., i, 22-23

Ferguson, John A., xxi, 27

Ferguson, John A. Sr., art., “The Texas School of Mines,” 44, 181; art., “Pastimes of the 1920s,” 47, 81

Ferguson, Mrs John, i, 113

Ferguson, Joy, “The First Cobblestone House in El Paso,” art., xviii, 119-120; note, xviii, 119

Ferguson, Ma (Governor of Texas), x, 54

Ferguson, Governor Miriam A., xix, 23

Ferguson, N.A. “Fergie,” xxxv, 141-145 passim

Ferguson, Norman and family, xxxii, 39

Ferguson, Private Philip G., iv, 138; 43, 27, 28, 29, 30

Fernández, Eugenio, lieut. governor, 45, 112,113,114

Fernández, Maria Rosa, 45, 109

Fernandez, Tony, 49, 41

Ferrell, John L., 42, 40

Ferris, Edna Scotten, “Girls’ Basketball Comes to El Paso,” art., xxiv, 173; xxv, 40

Fessinger, Reuben, 40, 18

Fethers, Kensie M., xix, 9

Feuille, Anne Aloise, 48, 85

Feuille, Eddie, 50, 82

Feuille, Frank III, “The President’s Message,” art., ii, 2-3; notes, i, 3, 30; iii, 80, 83, 159, 162; viii, 3; ix, 78, 79; xvi, 45; Backdoor at Bagdad, rev., xxiii, 45; Tibute to Thornton Hardie, xxiv, 145; xxv, 128; xxxi, 43

Feuille, Frank H. III, photo 42, 26; 48, 85

Feuille, Mrs. Frank III, viii, 119; ix, 123; x. 125; xix, 168; xx, 143

Feuille, Frank H. IV, Tribute to Frank H. Feuille III, 42, 27

Feuille, Frank, Jr., 49, 193

Feuille, Mrs Frank, Jr., xxi, 90

Feuille, Mrs. Frank, xviii, 143

Feuille, Richard H., Tribute to Frank H. Feuille III, 42, 27; Hall of Honor: Tribute to Daniel Roy Ponder – 1907-1965, 47, 17

Feuille, Richard H., Mrs., xxii, 39

Fewel. Adele, xxi, 108

Fewel, Chris, x, 95

Fewel, Euphemia C., 50, 109

Fewel, F.E., xi, 162

Fewel, Maj. & Mrs. W.F., xxvii, 102

Fewel, W.J., v, 98; xvi, 12

Fewel, Major W.J., xxix, 139; xxx, 79-84, photo, 81; Mrs., 3, 10, 80-84 passim; xxxii, 88, 92; 50, 117

Fewel, Mrs. W.J., 50, 115, 116, 118

Fewkes, Dr. Jesse Walter, anthropologist, xx, 56, 48, 15

Fiasco on the Gila,” by Richard K. McMaster, art., xxiv, 76

Fick, Alvin S. xvii, 147, 152

Ficklin, Ben, xxv, 6, 8

Ficklin, Benjamin F., ix, 63n

Ficklin, Benjamin Franklin, xxvii, 6

Fictional Images of 19th and early 20th cent., El Paso, xxviii, 49-53 passim

Fiebirger, Captain G.P., xxviii, 68

Fiege, Capt. Leonard V. xxxviii, 129

Field, Jimmy, 47, 3, 4

Field, W.C. (Coroner), xvi, 50, 52

Fielder, Helen, xxviii, 159

Fields, Jimmy, xxv, 75

Fields of Endeavor,” art. by R. Noel Longuemare, Sr., with Joanne D. Ivey, 40, 185

Fierman, Floyd S., Some Early Jewish Settlers on the Southwestern Frontier, rev., vi, 97-98; “The Triangle and the Tetragrammation - A note on the Cathedral at Santa Fe,” art., vi, 47-59; “Peddlers and Merchants - The Jewish Businessman on the Southwest Frontier: 1850-1880,” art., viii, 43-56; “Reminiscence of Frieda Freudential Mashbir,” art., ix, 25-33; The Spiegelbergs of New Mexico: Merchants and Bankers, 1844-1893, rev., ix, 76-77; “Biographical Sketch of Maurice Schwartz,” art., xi, 154-157; Samuel J. Freudenthal, El Paso Merchant and Civic Leader from 1880s Through the Mexican Revolution, annotated by, rev., xi, 39- 40; “The Eternal Light and the Cross: The Spirit of the Southwest,” art., xiii, 71-73; “Tribute to Eugene O. Porter,” art., xv, 125-127; notes, vi, 66; viii, 80, 119; ix, 42; xi, 39, 147, 175; xiii, 108; xv, 117, 149

Fierman, Dr. Floyd S., xvii, 155; xxv, 136; “Blintzes and Flautas, Kabbala and Cost Codes,” art., xxv, 51; The Schwartz Family of El Paso, rev., xxv, 186

Fierman, Rabbi Floyd S., art., “Haymon Krupp, Economic Adventurer in the Southwest,” xxvi, 51; rev., xxvii, 145; xxviii, 135

Fierman, Mrs. Floyd S., xi, 147; xv, 117

Fierro, Rodolfo, iii, 145

Fierro, Salvador, xii, 72

Fiery Cross, xxi, 121

Fiestas de la Revolución, 47, 25

Fiestas Mexicans: Menus and Recipes, by Elanor Ringland and Lucy Ringland Winston, rev., xi, 37-38

Fiftieth Anniversary of the Escobar Revolution,” by Chris P. Fox. art., xxiv, 178

5th Cavalry Regiment, 43, 130

Fifth Street, 48, 43

The Fifth United States Infantry in New Mexico,” by Richard K. McMaster., art., x, 29-30

Fifty-Two Years of a Newsman, by William J. Hooten, rev., xix, 224

Fifty Years of Architecture: Carroll and Daeuble,” art., by Patrick Rand, 46, 125

Fighting Words: Independent Journalist in Texas, by James McEnteer, rev., xxxviii, 100

Fillmore Canyon, 46, 71

Fin and Feather Club, 42, 139

Finch, Boyd, xx, 121

Findlay, C.H., 49, 193

Findlay, Jack F., “The Exit of Toribio Huerta,” art., vii, 63-69; “Tragedy at Chamberino,” art., xiii, 124-125; “The Bowman Bank Robbery,” art., xiv, 72-76; notes, iii, 84; vii, 76; ix, 158; xii, 143; xiv, 96; “Sadie Was a Character,” art., xvi, 25-30

Findlay, John F., 41, 44

Fine Arts Shop, xxvi, 105, 114

Finerty, John, 41, 62

Finerty, John F., Reports Porfirian Mexico, ed. by Wilbert H. Timmons, rev., xx, 38

Fink, Augusta, I-Mary, rev., xxix, 101

Fink, Clara Doane, 50, 109

Fink, E.M., xxiv, 110

Fink, Ed., xxii, 97

Fink, Laura Maude, xxiv, 173

Fink, Mrs. W.N., xxi, 130

Fink, William L., mining engineer, 42, 62

Finke, Gene, xxxv, 180

Finlay, C.H., xxviii, 102

Finlay, Texas, xxxv, 37-39 passim

Finlay Mountains (Texas), iv, 53; ix, 106

Finley, Lieutenant Leighton, xxviii, 13

Finn Sanatorium, 42, 113

Finnegan, Father John, xix, 182

firing squad execution, 42, 71

First Baptist Church, El Paso, xxvii, 102, 108, 114; photo, 104; xxviii, 64, 73, 188; photo, c. 1885, xxxi, 97; (1882-1885), xxxii, 91-99; photo of first building (c. 1885), 97; 44, 169

First California Volunteer Infantry, xxviii, 170

First Cavalry Division, xxviii, 187; 43, 127

First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), xxvii, 107, 114; photo, 112; (Myrtle Ave. Christian Church), xxxi, 211-215; 46, 130

The First Cigar Factory in El Paso,” by Leonard A. Goodman, III, art., x, 111

First Cobblestone House in El Paso, The,” by Joy Ferguson, art., xviii, 119-120

First Congregational Church, xxvii, 107

1st Dragoons, D Company, 41, 11

The First Fifty Years: The El Paso Tennis Club, 1921-1971,” art., by Robert W. Phillips, xxxv, 141-148, photos, 143, 146

First Fort Bliss School,” by Rosemary P. Taylor, art., xxv, 166

First Japanese in El Paso, 1890-1914, The,” art. by Christie C. Armendariz, 42, 3

First Methodist Church North, xxvii, 102-114 passim

First National Bank (El Paso), xix, 150; xx, 149; xxii, 37; xxiv, 22; xxv, 65; 42, 191; 44, 181

First National Bank Building, 46, 125; 50, 25

First New Mexico Volunteers, xxviii, 169

The First 100 Years in Cooke County, by A. Morton Smith, rev., i, 25-26

First Presbyterian Church of El Paso, xxvii, 102, 109, photo, 109; xxviii, 73, 188; xxix, 72-78 passim; 46, 130

First Railroad Bridge Across the Rio Grande, “by Chris P. Fox, art., xxv, 81

First State Bank, 47, 167

First Street, 45, 143; 50, 24, 28

First Texas Volunteer Infantry, 43, 16

First Twenty-Five Years,” by Betty Ligon, art., xxv, 21

Fischbein family, 42, 167

Fischer. Lucy Lara, 50, 80

Fischer-West, Lucy, art., “James Milton Day: Boss, Teacher, Friend,” 50, 80; art., “Food Between the Waters,” 50, 84; Child of Many Rivers: Journeys To And From The Rio Grande, rev., 50, 99

Fisher, Fred B., 49, 192

Fisher “King,” xxii, 100

Fisher, J.B., xxiv, 85

Fisher, Colonel W.S., ii, 61n

Fisher, General W.S., xx, 37

Fisk, Josiah, xix, 20

Fitch, Ed., xxiv, 161

Fitch, Henry Delano, Captain, xxii, 56

Fitch, Lt. J.R., xviii, 107

Fitts, Lt. Governor of California, v, 17

Fitzgerald, F. Scott, stopover in El Paso, 1927, xxxvi, 171-172, photo, 172

Fitzgerald, Gerald X., art., “Recuerdos,” xxviii, 74, 182; art., “Postcards from the Pass,” xxxiii, 193

Fitzgerald, John J., xx, 99

Fitzgerald, Leo, xxii, 168

Fitzpatrick, Alice, xxi, 150; 50, 113, 114

Fitzpatrick, Thomas E. and Gabriel H., 47, 192

Fitzsimmons, Bob, xi, 94, 95, 96; xiii, 26sp; xxvii, 111, 114

Fitzsimmons-Maher Fight, xxiv, 169

Five Points (Shopping Center) 1920s, xxxiv, 91-97

Five Points, 41, 56; 42, 191

Flagenheim, “Dutch Schultz,” xxii, 168

Flannagan, John, xix, 12

Fleck, Miss Grace, xxv, 72,

Fleck’s Well (New Mexico-Texas Line), iv, 118n

Fleming, Elvis E., and Ernestine Chester Williams. Treasures of History II: Chaves County Vignettes, rev., xxxvii, 49; J.B. “Billy” Mathews: Biography of a Lincoln County Deputy, rev., 45, 51; Captain Joseph C. Lea: From Confederate Guerrilla to New Mexico Patriarch, book note, 48, 210

Fleming, Judge James Richard, 48, 67

Fleming, J.W., 49, 143

Fletcher, F.B., xiii, 4su

Fletcher, Frank B. xxi, 136

Fletcher, Col. Roy and Onene Neve, 43, 41

Fleury, (Paso del Norte postmaster, 1888) Luis H., xxiii, 15-16

Flexner, Abraham, xii, 31

Flipper, Henry O., viii, 111, 112; xxv, 174

Flipper, Henry Ossian, xxviii, 133, 178; xxxv, 10-11; xxxvi, 131- 132, 133; 40, 100

Flood, María Elena, xxx, 71-74

Flood, Noch, ii, 35

Flood, Peter H., xxiii, 35

Flood of 1862, 46, 184-85

Flood of 1865, 46, 184-85

Flood of 1885, 49, 97

Flood of 1897, 46, 119; 48, 54

Flood Control Project, Tijuana, xvii, 165

Floods in El Paso, xx, 6; 44, 87,88,89,159,163

Florence Street, 42, 125,128; 43, 144; 45, 143, 49, 4

Flores de Casasola, Emma, 47, 23, 27

Flores, Antonio, iii, 68, 71, 75; xvi, 22; 45, 171

Flores, Celso S. and Maria C. de Flores, 47, 27

Flores, Dan, Caprock Canyon: Journeys into the Heart of the Southern Plains, rev., 42, 198

Flores, Dan L., ed. Jefferson and Southwestern Exploration: The Freeman and Custis Accounts of the Red River Expedition of 1806, rev., xxx, 48

Flores, Mrs. E.F., xviii, 143

Flores, Enrique, 45, 189, 47, 192

Flores, Enrique F., ii, 20

Flores. Mrs. Enrique F., x, 123; xiv, 99; xvi, 135; xxii, 103

Flores, Enrique T., xxvi, 115; xxx, 121

Flores, Judge Eugenio Calzada, 50, 47

Flores, Gaspar, 50, 72

Flores, Gustavo, Juarez mayor, 42, 161

Flores, J.J., xxi, 118

Flores, José Mariá, vii, 54; xxvii, 39, 40

Flores, Juan, xxvii, 116

Flores, Lucita Escajeda, xxix, 135; xxxiv, 76

Flores, Margarita Stephenson, xxvii, 40

Flores, Manuel Soto, 48, 47-48

Flores, Mrs. Manuel E., 40, 6

Flores, Maria Emma, 47, 27

Flores, Mrs Maria Luisa, xviii, 144

Flores, Nicolas, 48, 133; 50, 72

Flores, Governor Oscar, 50, 49

Flores, Bishop Patrick F., xxiii, 139

Flores, Pete G., art., “Cordova Island,” 40, 35

Flores, Teresa, xxii, 133

Flores family, 40, 26

Florilla Mining Company, xxiv, 28

Flowered Hat and White Gloves,” by Gladys Strickland Hawkins, art., xiii, 5-7su

Floyd, John B. (Secretary of War), vii, 30; x, 9, 11

Floyd’s Peak (New Mexico), vii, 29

Flynn, Catherine, xxviii, 155; xxix, 129

Flynn, Curtis, art., “The Wax Lady of West Yandell,” 47, 197

Flynn, Curtis and Lidia, 47, 191-192

Foix, L.A. Drug Store (Ysleta), xxviii, 156

Foley, Neil, The White Scourge: Mexicans, Blacks, and Poor Whites in Texas Cotton Culture, rev., 44, 48

Folk, Robert G., xiii, 115; xvii, 113

Folk shrines, xxxii, 3-11

Folklore and Culture on the Texas Mexican Border, by Americo Paredes, rev., 39, 102

Follansbee, Jack G., 47, 110

Follett, Lt. Frederick M., viii, 22; xv, 97, 98, 100

Follett, W.W., xxiii, 132

Following the Santa Fe Trail: A Guide for Modern Travelers, by Marc Simmons, rev., xxxii, 203

Fonseca, Edward and Vera, 46, 79

Fontana, Bernard L., Tarahumara, Where Night is the Day of the Moon, rev., xxiv, 136; Entrada: The Legacy of Spain and Mexico in the U.S., rev., 40, 49

Food Between the Waters,” art. by Lucy Fischer-West, 50, 84

Foote, Senator Henry Stuart, xxviii, 71; xxxi, 57

For a Cowboy Has to Sing, by Jim Bob Tinsley, rev., xxxvii, 103

For all Those Pupils Whose lives Touched Mine, by Stella Gipson Polk, rev., xxxiv, 202

Foraging in the Mesilla Valley: The Last Confederate Fight in New Mexico,” art., by Frank Jenkins, 46, 159

Forbes, Mrs. Stewart, xvii, 134

Forbis, Mrs R., xiv, 84

Ford, Bette (Betty Dingdeldein), viii, 136, 146, 147

Ford, Bill, xxi, 71

Ford, John, xxii, 165; xxvii, 170

Ford, John Salmon (Rip), xxiv, 155

Ford, Dr. (Col.) John Salmon (“Rip”), xxvii, 10, 11; xxix, 66; xxxi, 82-83

Ford, Mrs. John (Rip), xiv, 109, 110

Ford, William (Bill), xxxvii, 124

Ford, William, sheriff, 43, 182

Ford, Sheriff William M., v, 54, 58; vii, 107; xiv, 31

Ford-Neighbors Expedition, xxxi, 82-83

Ford’s Saloon (San Elizario, mid-19th century), xxxiii, 63

Fordyce Sanatorium, 42, 114

Forelich, Anne Marie, 42, 169

Forest Rangers, xxvii, 78-81

Forestdale Valley (Arizona), xv, 137

Forging the Tortilla Curtain: Cultural Drift and Change Along the United States-Mexico Border from the Spanish Era to the Present, by Thomas Torrans, book note, 48, 115

Forgotten Color: Black Families in Early El Paso,” art., by Charlotte Ivy, xxxv, 5

Forgotten Site of Fort Bliss, The,” by Millard G. McKinney, art., xxiii, 143; xxiv, 44

Forgotten Texas Leader: Hugh McLeod and the Texas Santa Fe Expedition, by Paul N. Spellman, rev., 45, 99

Fornoff, Fred, xxvii, 25

Fornoff, Frederick W., xvi, 52

Forrest, Earl R., xiii, 7sp; Arizona’s Dark and Bloody Ground, rev., xxx, 104

Forrest, Suzanne, The Preservation of the Village, rev., xxxv, 155

Forrester, Calvin, xiii, 13sp, 20sp

Forster brothers, 50, 133

Forsyth, Colonel W.W., ii, 85

Forts (Military)

Apache (Arizona), viii, 48

Atkinson (Kansas), iv, 103

Barrancas (Florida), xii, 16

Bayard (New Mexico), x, 54

Belknap (Texas)., iv, 16, 18, 67; x, 145

Bellefontaine (Missouri), xvi, 94, 97

Bliss (Texas), i, 6, 7, 8, 31, 77, 88, 89, 90; iii, 14, 30, 34, 35, 78, 88, 94, 102, 103ff; iv, 21, 79, 80, 131; v, 28, 84, 85, 106, 131, 132; vi, 9, 108, 124, 135; vii, 51, 52, 53, 54, 61; viii, 26, 71, 74, 89, ix, 127; x, 32, 109, 148, 150; xi, 62, 110, 112, 114, 115, 119, 120, 122, 132, 153; xii, 71, 72, 75, 120; xiii, 11sp, 82; xv, 96, 97, 100; xvi, 7, xvii, 6; xix, 72, 188-217; xx, 71, 78; xxi, 69, 72, 82; xxii, 31, 110; xxiii, 5, 62, 143; xxiv, 77, 81; xxv, 15, 17, 30, 56, 73, 166; photo xxv, 57; (Old) xvii, 157; xviii, 97; xxvi, 185-187; xxvii, 60, photos, 54, 57; 125, 127, 134, xxviii, 67-69 passim, 72, 100-108 passim, 161, 178, 186-190 passim; xxx, 16, 17; xxxi, 91, photos (“Fort Bliss at Magoffinsville” and “Hart’s Mill Post”), 98; (1887), xxxii, 143; 1861, xxxviii, 38, 112, 116; old, 41, 188 42, 163; painting circa 1849, 43, 108; 44,57,70, 83,84,97,160,166,187; 48, 28; 49, 21

Bowie (Arizona), xxx, 114

Breckenridge (Arizona), vi, 84; xi, 16, 25; 41, 11

Buchanan (Arizona), v, 24; vi, 82, 83, 89; 41, 11, 15

Chadbourne (Texas), iii, 134; viii, 21

Clark (Texas), iii, 76, 87, 94; iv, 109, 110; xi, 118, 120; xxv, 9; 49, 21

Columbus - Governors Island, 41, 12

Concho (Texas), iv, 107, 111, 143; vii, 52; ix, 57, 58, 113; xi, 117, 119; xxx, 110; photo (c.1881), 111

Conrad (New Mexico), iv, 107, 111, 143; v, 106, 127; x, 12

Constitution (New Hampshire), v, 149

Craig (New Mexico), i, 90, 92, 93, 97, 98; iii, 16, 17, 19, 76, 77; iv, 79; v, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 85, 127, 135; vii, 83, 92, 123, 127, 129, 132, 134, 135; viii, 88; x, 12, 29, 30, 148, 149; xi, 112, 113, 161; xvii, 9, 21 fn.14, 116, 120, 121; xix, 59, 60, 61;, xxiv, 77; xxv, 26, 121; xxvii, 121-123, 125-128; xxxviii, 30-31, photo Officers’ Quarters, 1867, 31; 44, 58; 46, 159

Cummings (New Mexico), xix, 65, 192; 49, 175

D.A. Russell, 49, 21

Davis (Texas), iii, 68; iv, 17, 19, 25, 159, 160, 161; viii; 27, 99; ix, 57, 59; xi, 23, 24, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118, 121, 122; xviii, 165; xxv, 3; map, xxv, 5,7; xxvii, 8, 9; xxviii, 11; xxx, 111, 112; National Historic Site, xxxi, 205-210, photo of restored officers’ quarters, 209; xxix, 85; xxxi, 201- 210, photo, 207; 40, 162ff, photo, 163; 45, 160

Defiance (New Mexico), iv, 96, 106, 107, 111; v, 106, 134; vi, 82, 83, 84; vii, 24, 25, 26

Duncan (Texas), iii, 66

Fauntleroy (New Mexico), vi, 126; x, 29

Fillmore (New Mexico), ii, 59, 71; iii, 14, 128; iv, 96, 107, 108, 109, 111, 143; v, 25, 50, 59, 85, 102, 127, 132, 133, 134; vi, 83, 84, 89, 123, 127; viii, 26; x, 148; xiii, 11sp; xv, 18, 19; xvii, 6, 7, 9, 21 fn.11, 16, 74; xix, 72, 189; xx, 121; xxiv, 77; xxv, 18, 26; xxvii, 55, 58, 74, 118, 119; xxx, 189; 44, 57; 46, 159, 183; 48, 23, 26, 124; 49, 175

Graham (Texas), x, 145

Grant (Arizona), iv, 29

Griffin (Texas), x, 57, 58; xiii, 87;

Hancock (Texas), xi, 92; xix, 213; 42, 8

Hidalgo (Mexico), iii, 102

Huachuca (Arizona), v, 101; xix, 214; 49, 21

Hudson (Texas), xi, 111

Inge (Texas), iv, 109; xi, 111

Kearny (Nebraska), v, 47

Lancaster (Texas), xi, 159; xxvii, 129

Leavenworth (Kansas), iv, 103, 113, 155; vi, 135; xix, 29, 30

Lowell (Arizona), xiii, 19su

Marcy (New Mexico), iv, 104, 106, 110; v, 25 26; x, 29, 32; 44, 61

Massac (Illinois), xvi, 100

Massachusetts (Colorado), xii, 71; xxii, 56

McHenry (Maryland), v, 148

McKavett (Texas), iv, 158

McLane (New Mexico), vi, 83, 84; 44, 57; 49, 175

McRae (New Mexico), iii 78; xii, 16, 115; xxviii, 170

Oglethorpe (Georgia), xii, 71

Pickens (Florida), xi 83; xii, 16

Quitman (Texas), ii, 30; iv, 22, 27, 56, 79; v, 86; xiv 109, 110, 112; xvii, 128; xix, 57, 213; xxviii, 11, 13; xxx, 111, 112

Richardson (Texas), 42, 135

Riley (Kansas), iv, 155, 157; xix, 214; xxi, 76; 49, 21

Rincon (New Mexico), ix, 80

Sam Houston (Texas), iii, 87, 94

Selden (New Mexico), iv, 56; vi, 108; x, 32; xi, 120; xix, 190; xxviii, 170; xxx, 17; 42, 82; 45, 45

Sill (Oklahoma), ii, 86; iv, 155, 158; xxii, 148

Smith (Arkansas), iii, 130, 132; iv, 151; vii, 18, 23, 27, 30

Stanton (New Mexico), i, 90, 93; iv, 113; v, 51, 129, 134; vi, 123; viii, 26; x, 19, 29; xix, 55, 58, 72; xxv, 28; xxviii, 13; (Territory, 1862) xxxvi, 8-18 passim; map, Fort Stanton area, 1862, 11, 189; xxx, 131-134 passim; 39, 106; photo, 66; 41, 40; 44, 126,130