The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 487
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February, 1957: "Brazito-The Only Battle in the Southwest
Between American and Foreign Troops," Part One, by George
Ruhlen; "Pancho Villa's Gold," by Haldeen Braddy; "Record
of a Land Survey in the Jurisdiction of Chihuahua," edited by
Luis Perez O.
May, 1957: "Major McMullen's Invasion of Mexico," by C. L.
Sonnichsen; "The World Was Their Oyster-Fine Eating in Early
El Paso," by Helen Whitener Somerville; "The Battle of Brazito
-Where Was It Fought?" Part Two, by George Ruhlen; "El Paso
as Seen by Fanny Chambers Gooch," by Chester Hall Chambers.
August, 1957: "Editor Cutting's 'War' With Mexico," by
John Middagh; "The Centennial of a Locomotive," by Adolph A.
Stoy; "The Apaches," by Albion Smith; "Light Artillery at the
Pass of the North," by Richard K. McMaster; "The Jackass Trail,"
by Emily Chase Giddings and Emmie Wheatley Mahon.
November, 1957: "The Beginning and Development of Irriga-
tion in the El Paso Valley," by Alice White; "Simeon Harrison
Newman-The Fighting Editor of The Lone Star," by John J.
Middagh; "El Chato's Buried Treasure," by Eugene O. Porter.
January, 1958: "The El Paso Tin Mine," by Conrey Bryson;
"The Journal of Ebenezer Hanna," by Martin H. Hall; "Recol-
lections of Old Fort Bliss," by Mrs. Robert Lee Howze; "Prince
John Magruder: At Fort Bliss-1855," by Richard K. McMaster.
April, 1958: "Revolutionary El Paso: 1910-1917," Part One,
by Mardee Belding de Wetter; "Science Explores the Big Bend,
1852-1853," by William H. Goetzmann; "Hanged by the Neck
Until Dead," by Joe K. Parrish; "The Saga of Captain McRae,"
by Richard K. McMaster.
July, 1958: "The Border Meeting of Presidents Taft and Diaz,"
by Charlotte Crawford; "Ciudad Juarez and the Escobar Revolu-
tion," by Daniel B. Cullinane; "Revolutionary El Paso: 19g 1o-
1917," Part Two, by Mardee Belding de Wetter; "The Evolution
of El Paso County," by Richard K. McMaster.
October, 1958: "Stage Coach Through the Pass-The Butter-
field Overland Mail Comes to El Paso," by Joseph Leach; "El
Paso's Navy," by Frank B. Putnam; "Revolutionary El Paso,
1910-1917," Part Three, by Mardee Belding de Wetter.
January, 1959: "El Paso-Fort Yuma Wagon Road: 1857-1860,"
Part One, by Jack L. Cross; "Fort Hancock-Last of the Frontier
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