Password I, 1956

Password Volume I, Numbers 1-4 from 1956

Volume I, No. 1, Spring 1956

The Salt War of San Elizario by Albion Smith
Letters From Mexico by R.K. McMaster
Map of Texas, 1853 by Emilie Patton de Luca

Book Reviews

Duncan, The Big Bend Country, by Rex W. Strickland
Reeder, The MacKenzie Raid, by Eugene O. Porter
Braddy, Cock of the Walk, by Hoffman Birney
Perry, Each Purple Curtain, by Mary Ellen B. Porter
Ferguson, The Conquest of Don Pedro, by C.L. Sonnichsen
Wellman, Glory, God and Gold, by Francis Alan Ehmann
Smith, The First 100 Years in Cooke County, by Rex W. Strickland

Volume I, No. 2, Summer 1956

Farewell To Horse-back, Mule-back, ‘Foot-back’ and Prairie-Schooner: The Railroad Come To Town by Joseph Leach
He Brought the Railroad To El Paso-The Story of Judge James P. Hague by Lillian Hague Corcoran
El Paso’s Union Passenger Station by Addie Jo Sharp
On the Confusion Caused By the Name of El Paso by Brig. General William J. Glasgow
Map Number Two of Satterthwaite’s Addition To El Paso, 1884 by Eugene O. Porter

Book Reviews

Wilson and Taylor, Southern Pacific: The Roaring Story of a Fighting Railroad, by Eugene O. Porter
Tevis, Arizona in the ’50’s, by Morgan Broaddus, Jr.
Morelock, Mountains of the Mind, by Rex. W. Strickland
Frantz and Choate, The American Cowboy, by Joseph Leach

Volume 1, No. 3, Fall 1956

The Importance of the El Paso Area In the Conquest and Reconquet of New Mexico (part one of two parts) by Robert M. Zingg.
Civil War Operations In West Texas and New Mexico: 1861-2 by Daniel A. Connor
The Crowning of  a Rooster drove My Family To West Texas by Joe M. Evans

Book Reviews

Sonnichsen and Morrison, Alias Billy the Kid, by Jack C. Vowell Jr.
McNary, This is My Life, by Joe Leach

Volume I, No. 4, Winter 1956

Ballots, Bombast and Blackguardism: The El Paso City Election of 1889 by Jack C. Vowell, Jr.
Protestantism Comes To El Paso-St Clement’s Episcopal Church by Gerlad B. Brown
The Importance of the El Paso Area In the Conquest and Reconquet of New Mexico (part two of two parts) by Robert M. Zingg.

Book Reviews

Lackey, Stories of the Texas Rangers, by Joseph Leach
Harris, Pancho Villa and the Columbus Raid, by Haldeen Braddy

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.