Password XVI, 1971

Password Volume XVI, Numbers 1-4 from 1971

Volume XVI, No. 1, Spring 1971

“Proclaim Liberty Throughout the Land” – The Story of the Liberty Bell by Eugene O. Porter
On To White Oaks: The Story of the El Paso and Northeastern Railraod (part 1 of 2) by William T. Rabe
Vilifications of Francisco Villa by Ruth Elaine Vise

Book Reviews

Espinosa, Shawls, Crinolines, Filagre
Binion, An Introduction to El Paso’s Scenic and Historic Landmarks
Mullin, The Strange Story of Wayne Brazel

Volume XVI, No. 2. Summer 1971

Origin of the Society by Leon C. Metz
Who Killed Pat Garrett-And Why? by Robert N. Mullin
The Shooting of Big Alice Abbott by Kenneth A. Goldblatt and James Michael Russell
On To White Oaks: The Story of the El Paso and Northeastern Railraod (part 2 of 2) by William T. Rabe

History Writing Contest

Evolution of a Building by William Tullius

Book Reviews

Reynolds, Editors Make War: Newpapers in the Secession Crisis
Still, Iron Afloat
Thonhoff, San Antonio Stage Lines 1847-1881

Volume XVI, No. 3, Fall 1971

The Significance of the Southwestern Expedition of Lieutenant Pike by Jenene Bianchini
Growing Up In Sunset Heights by I.B. Goodman
The North American Invasion Tr. by Mary Ellen B. Porter

Book Reviews

Sonnichsen and McKinney, The State National Since 1881, The Pioneer Bank of El Paso
Cisneros, Riders of the Border: A Selection of Thirty Drawings

Volume XVI, No. 4, Winter 1971

Hall of Honor Address: To Be a Pioneer by Leon C. Metz
Tribute to Hugh Spotswood White by Russel W. Van Norman
Tributes to Charles Leland Sonnichsen by Leach, Metz, Schuessler, Hertzog
Traditions at the Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy by James L. Foster
The Lovely Luminarias by Harriot Howze Jones
Doniphan’s Shadow by Eugene O. Porter

Book Reviews

Thomason, The Autobiography of a Federal Judge, ed. & ann. by Joseph Ray
Perrigo, The American Southwest: Its People and Culture

Since 1954 the El Paso County Historical Society has been a driving force in the historic scene of El Paso. EPCHS strives to foster research into the history of the El Paso area; acquire and make available to the public historic materials; publish and encourage historical writing pertaining to the area; and to develop public consciousness of our rich heritage.