The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 486
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Recent Texas Gulf Coast Historical Association Publications
include March, 1958, "H. Kempner: The First One Hundred
Years," by I. H. Kempner; April, 1959, "The Early History Of
The Houston Oil Company of Texas, 1901-1908," by John O.
King; December, 1960, "Letters From The Colonel: Edward M.
House to Frank Andrews, 1899-190o," edited by James A. Tins-
ley; April, 1961, "A Short History of the Sugar Industry in Tex-
as," by William R. Johnson; August, 1961, "The Value of Busi-
ness History in Oilfinding," by Wallace E. Pratt.
In the constant effort to note all recent publications on Texas
history oversights inadvertantly creep in from time to time. This
has been the case in the Quarterly's failure to mention articles
published in Pass-word, the quarterly journal of the El Paso
Historical Society, edited by Eugene O. Porter of Texas Western
The "Texas Collection," with great pleasure, listed the articles
in the opening issue of Pass-word in February, 1956. Here, then,
is the up-to-date continuation of that compilaton.
May, 1956: "Farewell to Horse-back, Mule-back, 'Foot-back,'
and Prairie-Schooner: The Railroad Comes to Town," by Joseph
Leach; "He Brought the Railroad to El Paso-The Story of Judge
James P. Hague," by Lillian Hague Corcoran; "The El Paso and
Southwestern Railroad," by Gerald B. Brown; "El Paso's Union
Passenger Station," by Addie Jo Sharp; "On the Confusion
Caused by the Name of El Paso," by William J. Glasgow; "Map
Number Two of Satterthwaite's Addition to El Paso, 1884."
August, 1956: "The Importance of the El Paso Area in the
Conquest and Reconquest of New Mexico," Part One, by Robert
M. Zingg; "Civil War Operations in West Texas and New Mexi-
co: 1861-2," by Daniel A. Connor; "The Crowing of a Rooster
Drove My Family to West Texas," by Joe M. Evans.
November, 1956: "Ballots, Bombast and Blackguardism: The
El Paso City Election of 1889," by Jack C. Vowell, Jr.; "Protes-
tantism Comes to El Paso-St. Clement's Episcopal Church," by
Gerald B. Brown; "The Imporance of the El Paso Area in the
Conquest and Reconquest of New Mexico," Part Two, by Rob-
ert M. Zingg.
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