Forty years at El Paso, 1858-1898; recollections of war, politics, adventure, events, narratives, sketches, etc., by W. W. Mills. Page: 4 of 163
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These writings are meant to be truthful, but they are
too rambling and egotistical to possess much historical
value. Few subjects are treated of except such as the
writer was personally connected with or in which he felt
a special interest. Much that he was tempted to write
has been omitted out of consideration for the living and
the dead and their relations.
The book will have little interest except for those who
know something of El Paso or of the men and events
treated of, or of the writer himself.
For such only is it written.
W. W. MILLS.
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Mills, William W. Forty years at El Paso, 1858-1898; recollections of war, politics, adventure, events, narratives, sketches, etc., by W. W. Mills., book, 1901; Chicago. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6112/m1/4/?q=Forty%20Years%20at%20El%20Paso,%201858-1898:%20Recollections%20of%20War,%20Politics: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .