Password Volume XLIX, 2004

Volume XLIX, No. 1, Spring 2004

Red Metal on the Rio Grande: How Phelps Dodge Came to El Paso by George Bailey
Growing Up Next to Fort Bliss by Frank G. McKnight
The Interurban to Ysleta: The Rio Grande Valley Traction Company, 1913-1929 by Ron Dawson
Etiquette of the Gay Nineties
Barq’s Bottling Company and Double Cola Bottling Company by Bill Lockhart

Volume XLIX, No. 2, Summer 2004

El Paso in the Fifties by Carol Price Miller and Holly Thurston Cox
The Origins of the Historical Society of El Paso by Monica Hunter
Idus Gillett-Organic Farmer: Employer of Unpaid Workers by Ruth E. Gillett
Camp Grande Revisited by Judy and Frank Mangan with Minnie Earp Travis and Robert Earp
Well Traveled Land: A History of Pioneer Park and Camp Pioneer by Jo Tice Bloom

Book Reviews

Los Alamos: The Ranch School Years, 1917-1943, by Richard Baquera

Volume XLIX, No. 3, Fall 2004

El Paso’s “Fifth Avenue”: Mesa Avenue by Laura K. Hollingsed
Them Was the Days: A Teenager on the Streets of Juarez During the 30s by Oliver Osborn
Hard Rock Drilling Contests by Will E. DeBusk
Early Cowboys in New Mexico Chased More than Cows by Paston Price

 Book Review

Ghost towns Alive: Trips to New Mexico’s Past by Linda G. Harris

Richard Baquera
El Cerrito: New Mexico; Eight Generations in a Spanish Village, by Richard L. Nostrand
Kit Carson and His Three Wives-A Family History, by Marc Simmons
The Indian Texans, by James M. Smallwood;
The Mexican Texans by Phyllis McKenzie;
The African Texans by Allan O. Kownslar;
The Asian Texans by Alwyn Barr;
The European Texans by Marilyn Dell Brady;
Texans All, general editor, Sara R. Massey
A Texas Anthology: Lone star Literature from the Red river to the Rio Grande, editor and introduction by Don Graham.

Volume XLIX, No. 4, Winter 2004

Hall of Honor
Frank W. Gorman
Dale Resler by Bonnie Resler Karlsrud
McKnight on Gorman by Frank McKnight
Eugene O. Porter Award, Nancy Hamilton
Monument to the “Seven Brave Men” The Massacre at Mimbres Springs by Barbara Dent
Tigua Indians and El Paso at the Texas State Centennial Exposition, Part I
The El Paso Jail Fire by Gerald G. Raun

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.