Password XVII, 1982

Password Volume XXVII, Numbers 1-4 from 1982

Volume XXVII, No. 1, Spring 1982

Parker Burnham, An Expressman of Old El Paso by Wayne R. Austerman
Contemporary Civil Rights Issues As Affected by Events in El Paso by Conrey Bryson
An Interview With Mrs. Enriqueta Lopez by Janet Brockmoller
Texas capitol Centennial by R.R. Fehrenbach

Historical Memories Contest

A Treasure Hunt by Frank Hunter
Ben Williams, Lawman by R.A. Suhler

Book Reviews

Fort Bliss, Metz

Volume XXVII, No. 2, Summer 1982

The Merchants and the Military, 1849-1854 by W.H. Timmons
The Slaters by Carl Hertzog
The El Paso Sharps: Arm of the Borderlands by Wayne R. Austerman
Historic Forest Ranger Examination by Elliott Barker
El Paso Memories by Edna Mae Lyons
Aunt Lottie by Roberta T. Wilcox

Book Reviews

Border Trials, Langham
The Red River in Southwestern History, Tyson
Revoltosos by Ratt and Alvaro Obregon by Hall
Slim Buttes, Greene

Volume XXVII, No. 3, Fall 1982

Early El Paso Churches by William I. Latham
“Old Nighthawks” and the Pass of the North by Wayne R. Austerman
A Sad Day for El Paso by Hesper MacMillen

Book Reviews

Powell, Mexico and the Spanish Civil War
Hulse, Texas Lawyer
Meketa, Louis Felsenthal, Citizen Soldier
Johnson, Flipper’s Dismissal

Volume XXVII, No. 4, Winter 1982

Hall of Honor Address 1982 by James M. Day
Tribute to Dr. William Martin Yandell by Janet Y. Brockmoller
Tribute to Margaret Schuster Meyer by Frances Guynes
Preservation Comes Alive in El Paso by Dr. Martin R. Rice, Coordinator Office of Historic Preservation City of El Paso, Texas
Oh, Those ‘Soldier Songs’ by E.C. Starnes
Water in the Courts by Conrey Bryson

Book Reviews

The Mexican Frontier, 1821-1846 by David J. Weber
Santos and Saints: The Religious Folk Art of Hispanic New Mexico by Thomas J. Steele
Texas Vistas: Selections from the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Edited y Ralph A. Wooster and Robert A. Calvert

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.