Password LII, 2007

Password Volume LII, Numbers 1-4 from 2007

Volume LII, No. 1, Spring 2007

Revolutionary El Paso: 1910-1917 by Mardee de Wetter
El Paso’s Midwinter Carnival Carol Price Miller
Ten Years on the Trail of a Colossus by Nicholas P. Houser
Civil War Hispanics: The Other Side of the Story by Jose L. Gonzalez

Book Review

Albert Burnham, Old Guns and Whispering Ghosts: Tales and Twists of the old West, by Jesse L. “Wolf” Hardin

Volume LII, No. 2, Summer 2007

Major Teel’s Cannons by Nancy Hamilton
Who Was Dale Resler? by Bonnie Resler Karlsrud
Revolutionary El Paso: 19101-1917 Part II by Mardee de Wetter
Growing Up in El Paso: The Other Side by anonymous
Colonel Doniphan and Private Hughes Conquer New Mexico by John McVey Middagh
Sausage Time in the 1930s by Frank McKnight

Book Reviews

Hal Jackson, Following the Royal Road: A Guide to the Historic Camino Real De Tierra Adentro, by John Porter Bloom
Dietmar Schneider-Hector, Larger than Life: New Mexico in Twentieth Century, by Ference M. Szasz

Volume LII, No. 3, Fall 2007

An Early College of El Paso by Donald Fredrick Nelson
Old El Paso: A Thumbnail Sketch by Ruth E. Gillett
Revolutionary El Paso: 1910-1917 Part III from Pass Word, Volume III, No. 4, October 1958 by Mardee Belding de Wetter
Francisco Villa-The Man of Today in Mexico: The Revolution through the eyes of a teen-ager by Betty Mary Smith
The Eugene O. Porter Award

Book Reviews

Norman Love, Remember the Hacienda: History and Memory of the American Southwest, by Vincent Perez
Richard Baquera, Murder on the White Sands: The Disappearance of Albert and Henry Fountain, by Corey Recko
Richard Baquera, John B. Armstrong. Texas Ranger and Pioneer Ranchman, by Chuck Parsons
Richard Baquera, Captain J.A. Brooks: Texas Ranger, by Paul L. Spellman
Richard Baquera, Lone Star Lawmen: the Second Century of the Texas Rangers, by Robert Utley

Volume LII, No. 4, Winter 2007

Hall of Honor
Frank Mangan
Dr. Branwell fanning Stevens
John Hamilton McNeely
Onate and Our Un-Appreciated History of the Southwest by Jack W. Niland
Pedro Gonzalez Remembers the Revolution interview by Oscar J. Martinez
The Foster Women by Dee Birch Cameron
The Aunts by Judith Hevner


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.