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INDEX OF ARTICLES BY TITLE

Acebuches and Cueva del Águila, Two Pictograph Sites in North-Central Coahuila, Mexico, by Terry T. Sayther, Volume 9:19–32.

African-Americans in the West: A Short Story Tradition, by Laurie Champion and Bruce A. Glasrud, Volume 10:221–242.

African Americans in West Texas: A Selected Bibliography, by Bruce A. Glasrud, Volume 18:191–212.

Aguaverde: A Forgotten Presidio of the Line, 1773–1781, by Solveig A. Turpin and Herbert H. Eling, Jr., Volume 16:83–128.

American Red Cross Activities at the Battle of Ojinaga December 1913–January 1914, by Glenn P. Willeford, Volume 12:167–179.

Apache Slave Trade in Parral, 1637–1679, The, by Rick Hendricks and Gerald Mandell, Volume 16:59–81.

Archeological Data Recovery at Site 41BS908: A 9,000 Year-old Site in the Chisos Basin, Big Bend National Park, by Thomas C. Alex, Volume 11:1–21.

Archeological Investigations of Goat Cave, Jeff Davis County, Texas, by Robert J. Mallouf, Volume 10:37–61.

Aspects of Acculturation in the Lower Big Bend Region of Texas, 1848–1943, by Earl H. Elam, Volume 12:71–91.

Beeves and Baseball: The Story of the Alpine Cowboys, by Betty L. Dillard and Karen L. Green, Volume 11:171–188.

Big Bend and The Imagination, by Lonn Taylor, Volume 10:203–219.

Big Bend Christmas Composite: Recollections of Christmas, A, by JoAnn Pospisil, Volume 9:117–136.

Blacks in Northern New Spain, by John Klingemann Franco, Volume 16:47–58.

Boredom, Fatigue, Illness and Death: The United States National Guard and the Texas-Mexico Border, 1916–1917, by Troy Ainsworth, Volume 19:81–96.

Build a Railroad and They Will Come: High Hopes in the Big Bend, 1909–1913, by Gerald G. Raun, Volume 16:213–225.

Callahan Raid into Mexico, The 1855, by John Gesick, Volume 19:47–63.

Changes in the Statutory Boundaries of Big Bend Counties, 1850–1904, by Paul Wright, Volume 14:109–139.

Characteristics of Big Bend Mining Towns, 1885–1920, by Paul Wright, Volume 9:89–115.

Chiconics: Voice of The Barrio, by Abelardo Baeza, Volume 9:157–163.

Chinese Exclusion Agents and the Birth of the Border Patrol in the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas, by Christopher Giles, Volume 18:73–84.

Colonel “Winker” Valdés: “El Azote de los Indios,” by Ben E. Pingenot, Volume 9:33–43.

Comanche Springs Rock Art Documentation, by Erin Watson, Volume 19:215–221.

Comments on the Prehistory of Far Northeastern Chihuahua, the La Junta District, and the Cielo Complex, by Robert J. Mallouf, Volume 11:49–92.

Cradles, Cribs, and Mattresses: Prehistoric Sleeping Accommodations in the Chihuahuan Desert, by Solveig A. Turpin, Volume 9:1–18.

Dating of Annular Middens from Surface Artifacts: A Problem from the Northern Trans-Pecos Region in New Mexico, The, by Regge N. Wiseman, Volume 11:37–48.

Davis-Herrera Ranch Site (41PS622) Presidio County, Texas, The, by Brenda B. Whorton, Volume 19:223–250.

Death of a President and the Destruction of the Mexican Federal Army, 1913–1914, The, by Rubén Osorio, Volume 12:105–131.

Descansos: Markers to Heaven, by Anita Torres Smith, Volume 12:259–269.

Development of a City Preservation Plan Based on the Historical Analysis of Urban Settlement Patterns in Laredo, Texas, by Nina Nixon-Méndez, Volume 9:77–88.

Documentation of a Plains Indian Feather Headdress, by Sherida G. Tripp, Volume 14:163–183.

Dostoyevsky and the Big Bend, by Thomas Wilson, Volume 13:121–144.

Early Black Nationalist Movements in Texas, by Bruce A. Glasrud, Volume 11:159–169.

Edward Palmer’s Exploration of Mortuary Caves in Coahuila during the Nineteenth Century, by Leticia González Arratia, Volume 16:129–161.

El Paso Salt War: A Review of the Historical Literature, The, by Paul Cool, Volume 17:49–81.

Escobar Rebellion: A Consideration of “La Azonda Militar de 1929,” The, by Octavio Fernandez Perea, edited by Ruben Osorio, J. Tillapaugh, and Jaime Aguilar, Volume 14:185–212.

Eva Camúñez Tucker: Hispanic Philanthropist in the Concho Country, by Arnoldo De León, Volume 15:181–194.

Extracts From David M. Poor’s Military History of Company B, 2nd Regiment, Texas Cavalry Concerning Sibley’s Invasion of New Mexico, by Douglas N. Travers, Volume 15:83–99.

Factors Associated with Income: The Big Bend in 1930, by Paul Wright, Volume 19:125–161.

Fire-cracked Rock Features and Tentative Identification of Mescalero Apache Sites in the Indio Mountains, Hudspeth County, Texas, by David L. Carmichael and William L. Unsinn, Volume 12:37–49.

Firing at Blank Range: Cavalry Maneuvers at Grierson’s Gulch, 41RG77, by Solveig A. Turpin and Larry Riemenschneider, 13:107–120.

Fort Duncan: Frontier Outpost on the Rio Grande, by Al Kinsall, Volume 11:93–107.

Fort McKavett Community in 1889: Snapshots from the Original Fort McKavett Breeze, The, by Gloria Duarte, Volume 17:83–95.

From Griggs to Brewer: A Review of Black Texas Culture, 1899–1940, by Bruce A. Glasrud, Volume 15:195–212.

Gayle “Western” Cunningham: From Local Cowgirl to Hollywood Movie Star, by Gloria Duarte, Volume 19:163–173.

General Albino Aranda: Villista Leader on the Texas Border During the Mexican Revolution, by Glenn P. Willeford, Volume 10:149–161.

Graham Barnett: Legend in the Big Bend, by Jim Coffey and John T. Barnett, Volume 19:97–124.

Great Chihuahua Cattle Drive of 1868, The, by Douglas N. Travers, Volume 13:85–105.

Grierson’s Spring Military Outpost, 1878–1882, by Larry Riemenschneider and Solveig A. Turpin, Volume 10:89–123.

Henry B. du Pont: Industrialist and Rio Grande River Runner, by J. Raymond Skiles, Volume 19:175–200.

Henry Skillman: A Grizzly Texas Man, by David M. Seals, Volume 16:163–168.

Hispanic Texas Rangers Contribute to Peace on the Texas Frontier, 1838 to 1880, by David E. Screws, Volume 13:27–36.

History and Future of Adobe at La Junta de los Rios: Social Dimensions of Adobe Making, The, by Enrique R. Madrid, Volume 17:37–48.

Jora Dart Points from Cueva Encantada, Coahuila, Mexico, by Leslie F. Zubieta, Volume 11:23–36.

Josefa Lara Camuñez: Mexican American Businesswoman, by Gloria Duarte, Volume 18:121–134.

Jumano Diaspora: Some More Pieces to the Puzzle, The, by Regge N. Wiseman, Volume 14:97–107.

La Frontera del Cielo, by James Collett, Volume 14:85–95.

La Última Frontera: Photographs of West Texas, by Jason Reed, Volume 19:201–213.

Landmarks of Law West of the Pecos: Preserving Historic Courthouses of the Big Bend, by Dan K. Utley and Bob Brinkman, Volume 17:193–217.

Life and Times of Valeriano Torres, 1844–1898, The, by Anita Torres Smith and Donald E. Smith, Volume 13:37–64.

Lost Mission of El Polvo: Searching for the History of a State Archeological Landmark, The, by Enrique R. Madrid, Volume 15:55–68.

Love on the Rio Grande: The 1850 Exploration by Captain Love, by Matt Walter, Volume 19:35–45.

Luis and Melchor de Valdés, 1641 to 1666: A Case Study in Administrative Ingenuity, by Rick Hendricks and Gerald Mandell, Volume 19:7–33.

Madero Revolution, The, by Gerald G. Raun, Volume 18:85–120.

Madero Revolution and the Bloody Bend, The, by Earl H. Elam, Volume 13:167–193.

Manufacture and Age of Toyah Arrow Points from Big Bend National Park, Texas, The, by Donald W. Corrick, Volume 12:1–12.

Mays Fight: A Reappraisal of a Neglected Action, The, by Neil C. Mangum, Volume 9:45–56.

Memories of a Revolution, by Curtis Tunnell, Volume 12:181–185.

Mexico 1910–1920: The Lost Revolution, by Rubén Osorio, Volume 9:57–68.

Mexico-North Research Network: Origins of a Binational Consortium, The, by William L. Merrill, Volume 15:213–237.

More Phantom Surveys Come Home to Roost: The Search for the True “Gano Corner,” by Paul Wright, Volume 17:97–141.

Naming Practices among the Black Seminole of the Texas-Mexico Border Region, by Mischa B. Adams, Volume 11:119–144.

Observations at a Trans-Pecos Rock Art Site, by Eileen Thompson, Volume 10:1–23.

Ore Terminal in Big Bend National Park, The, by Joel Greenberg, Volume 18:47–71.

Overview of the Canon Ranch Archeological District, An, by George M. Canon, Volume 10:63–76.

Pancho Villa, the Columbus Raid, and the El Paso Jail Fire, by Gerald G. Raun, Volume 15:163–180.

Past and Present at the Chispa Creek Folsom Site, Culberson County, Texas, by John D. Seebach, Volume 16:1–30.

Pecos River in Literature and Folklore, The, by Doug Braudaway, Volume 18:165–182.

Peso Devaluations, American Business, and American Responses: 1982 and 1984, by William A. Boone, Volume 14:213–231.

Peyote Religion and Mescalero Apache: An Ethnohistorical View from West Texas, The, by Stacy B. Schaefer, Volume 12:51–70.

Phantom Surveys Come Home to Roost: The Brewster-Pecos County Boundary Dispute, by Paul Wright, Volume 15:127–162.

Phantom Surveys: The Search for the True Gano Corner, Part II, by Paul Wright, Volume 18:135–164.

Prehistoric Ritual Destruction of Some Lower Pecos River Style Pictographs: Making Meaning out of What We Do Not See, by Timothy E. Roberts, Volume 17:1–35.

Punto de los Muertos (LA 116471): A Possible Late Archaic Cemetery in the Northern Trans-Pecos of Southeastern New Mexico, by Regge N. Wiseman, Volume 15:1–26.

Pushing the Mules through Guadalupe Pass: Pinery Station on the Butterfield Overland Mail, by James T. Matthews, Volume 11:109–118.

Radiocarbon Date and X-ray Diffraction Analysis of Pictograph Samples from Tall Rockshelter, Davis Mountains, Texas, by Amber Jensen, Robert J. Mallouf, Tom Guilderson, Karen L. Steelman, and Marvin W. Rowe, Volume 16:31–46.

Recuerdos de la Caballeria, by Anita Torres Smith, Volume 10:189–202.

Refugees or Prisoners of War: The Internment of a Mexican Federal Army after the Battle of Ojinaga, December 1913–January 1914, by Gerald G. Raun, Volume 12:133–165.

Rise and Decline of the Mexican Revolution in Muzquiz, Coahuila, The, by Daniel R. Miller, Volume 12:187–258.

Rock Art in Isolation: The Black Mountains and Red Hills of Hudspeth County, by Solveig A. Turpin, Volume 14:1–31.

Rock Art of Coahuila: Pictographs of the La Linda Area, by Terry Sayther and Deborah Stuart, Volume 10:25–35.

Rough Run Burial: A Semi-Subterranean Cairn Burial from Brewster County, Texas, The, by William A. Cloud, Volume 14:33–84.

San José de Parral: Colonial Trade of Parralenses with Nuevo México and El Paso del Rio del Norte, by Oakah L. Jones, Jr., Volume 13:11–26.

Search for the San Elizario Salt Road, by Stephen M. Carpenter, Volume 14:141–162.

Search for the “True San Martin Springs,” The, by Paul Wright, Volume 16:169–211.

Servants at Frontier Military Posts: A Glimpse at ‘Domesticity’  through the Letters of Alice Kirk Grierson, by Mary L. Williams, Volume 11:145–157.

Short History of Pecos Spring, A, by Glenn P. Willeford, Volume 9:69–75.

Silent Voices: Philipp Rondé Meets Mangas Coloradas, by R. B. Brown, Volume 13:65–84.

Some Thoughts About Bedrock Mortars and Subsistence Group Size in the Northern Trans-Pecos, by Regge N. Wiseman, Volume 12:13–36.

Spanish and Mexican Origins of Ranching in Texas, The, by Joe S. Graham, Volume 10:77–87.

Starting Over: Impacts of Mexican Revolution Refugees on Big Bend Society, by Paul Wright, Volume 13:195–213.

Tejanos in West Texas: A Selected Bibliography, by Bruce A. Glasrud and Arnoldo De León, Volume 15:239–255.

Terlingua Ranch: A History of Land Development in Southern Brewster County, Texas, by Carolyn Ohl, Volume 9:137–155.

Tracks Lead South: An Underground Railroad from Texas into Mexico, The, by William A. Boone, Volume 15:69–82.

Transient Clergy in the Trans-Pecos Area, 1848–1892, by Robert E. White, Volume 18:7–45.

Traveling Over an Unknown Trail: Company H of the Tenth Cavalry at Fort Davis, 1875–1885, by James T. Matthews, Volume 12:93–104.

Trousset Travels the Lower Road: Five Pen and Ink Drawings from Early Texas, by R. B. Brown, Volume 19:65–79.

Trucks Along the Southwest Border: Army Motorization and Road Construction in the U.S.-Mexico Border Country, 1916–1926, by Thomas C. Buckley, Volume 13:215–234.

Tumultuous Decade: Changes in the Mexican-Origin Population of the Big Bend, 1910–1920, A, by Paul Wright, Volume 10:163–187.

Two Texas Rangers Needed: Pursuit of the Murderers of the Petty Family into Mexico by the Tenth Cavalry in 1884, by Franklin W. and Dorothy C. Daugherty, Volume 10:125–148.

Under-Appreciated Phenomenon: Small Non-Rock Thermal Features in Southeastern New Mexico, An,by Regge W. Wiseman, Volume 13:1–10.

United States Mobilization in 1911: The Maneuver Division, by Gerald G. Raun, Volume 17:143–156.

Update: The Great Chihuahua Cattle Drive of 1868, An, by Douglas N. Travers, Volume 18:183–190.

Vanishing Arches of the Texas Trans-Pecos, by Brenda B. Whorton, Volume 15:115–125.

Violent Times Along New Mexico’s Trans-Pecos Frontier, by Stephen D. Bogener, Volume 13:145–166.

Walking the Line: A Preliminary Sandal Chronology From Coahuila and Southwestern Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin, Volume 15:27–53.

Warriors on the Gridiron: The GI Bill, World War II Veterans, and Football at Sul Ross State Teachers College, by Thomas M. Hunt, Volume 17:157–192.

White Racial Identity in the 1930s Big Bend: The Texas Writings of Nelson Algren, byTodd M. Michney, Volume 13:235–252.

“Wired Wild West:” The U.S. Army and the Telegraph in the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas, 1870–1891, by James D. Lewallen, Volume 15:101–114.

INDEX OF ARTICLES BY AUTHOR

Adams, Mischa B.
Naming Practices among the Black Seminole of the Texas-Mexico Border Region, Volume 11:119-144
Ainsworth, Troy
Boredom, Fatigue, Illness and Death: The United States National Guard and the Texas-Mexico Border, 1916–1917, Volume 19:81–96.
Alex, Thom, Abelardo
Archeological Data Recovery at Site 41BS908: A 9,000 Year-old Site in the Chisos Basin, Big Bend National Park, Volume 11:1–21.
Baeza Abelardo
Chiconics: Voice of the Barrio, Volume 9:157–163.
Bogener, Stephen D.
Violent Times along New Mexico’s Trans-Pecos Frontier, Volume 13:145–166.
Boone, William A.
Peso Devaluations, American Business, and American Responses: 1982 and 1984, Volume 14:213–231.
The Tracks that lead South: An Underground Railroad from Texas into Mexico, Volume 15:69–82.
Braudaway, Doug
The Pecos River in Literature and Folklore, Volume 18:165–182.
Brown, R. B.
Silent Voices: Philipp Rondé Meets Mangas Coloradas, Volume 13:65–84.
Trousset Travels the Lower Road: Five Pen and Ink Drawings from Early Texas, Volume 19:65–79.
Buckley, Thomas C.
Trucks Along the Southwest Border: Army Motorization and Highway Construction in the U.S.‑Mexico Border Country, 1916–1926, Volume 13:215–234.
Canon, George M.
An Overview of the Canon Ranch Archeological District, Volume 10:63–76.
Carmichael, David L., and William L. Unsinn
Fire-cracked Rock Features and the Tentative Identification of Mescalero Apache Sites in the Indio Mountains, Hudspeth County, Texas,Volume 12:37–49.
Carpenter, Stephen M.
Search for the San Elizario Salt Road, Volume 14:141–162.
Champion, Laurie, and Bruce A. Glasrud
African Americans in the West: A Short Story Tradition, Volume 10:221–242.
Cloud, William A.
The Rough Run Burial: A Semi-Subterranean Cairn Burial from Brewster County, Texas, Volume 14:33–84.

Coffey, Jim, and John T. Barnett
Graham Barnett: Legend in the Big Bend, Volume 19:97–124.
Collett, James
La Frontera del Cielo, Volume 14:85–95.
Cool, Paul
The El Paso Salt War: A Review of the Historical Literature, Volume 17:49–81.
Corrick, Donald W.
The Manufacture and Age of Toyah Arrow Points from Big Bend National Park, Texas, Volume 12:1–12.
Daugherty, Franklin W., and Dorothy C. Daugherty
Two Texas Rangers Needed: Pursuit of the Murderers of the Petty Family into Mexico by the Tenth Cavalry in 1884, Volume 10:125–148.
De León, Arnoldo
Eva Camúñez Tucker: Historic Philanthropist in the Concho Country, Volume 15:181–194.
Dillard, Betty L., and Karen L. Green
Beeves and Baseball: The Story of the Alpine Cowboys, Volume 11:171–188.
Duarte, Gloria
The Fort McCavett Community in 1889: Snapshots from the Original Fort McKavett Breeze, Volume 17:83–95.
Josefa Lara Camúñez: Mexican American Businesswoman, Volume 18:121–134.
Gayle “Western” Cunningham: From Local Cowgirl to Hollywood Movie Star, Volume 19:163–173.
Elam, Earl H.
Aspects of Acculturation in the Lower Big Bend Region of Texas:1848–1943, Volume 12:71–91.
The Madero Revolution and the Bloody Bend, Volume 13:167–193.
Fernandez Perea, Octavio, edited by Ruben Osorio, J. Tillapaugh, and Jaime Aguilar
The Escobar Rebellion: A Consideration of “La Azonda Militar de 1929,” Volume 14:185–212.
Gesick, John
The 1855 Callahan Raid into Mexico: Pursuing Indians or Hunting Slaves?, Volume 19:47–63.
Giles, Christopher
Chinese Exclusion Agents and the Birth of the Border Patrol in the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas, Volume 18:73–84.
Glasrud, Bruce A.
Early Black Nationalist Movements in Texas, Volume 11:159–169.
From Griggs to Brewer: A Review of Black Texas Culture, 1899–1940, Volume 15:195–212.
African-Americans in West Texas: A Selected Bibliography, Volume 18:191–212.
Glasrud, Bruce A., and Arnoldo De León
Tejanos in West Texas: A Selected Bibliography, Volume 15:239–256.
González Arratia, Leticia
Edward Palmer’s Exploration of Mortuary Caves in Coahuila during the Nineteenth Century, Volume 16:129–161.
Graham, Joe S.
The Spanish and Mexican Origins of Ranching in Texas, Volume 10:77–87.
Greenberg, Joel
The Ore Terminal in Big Bend National Park, Volume 18:47–71.
Hendricks, Rick, and Gerald Mandell
The Apache Slave Trade in Parral, 1637–1679, Volume 16:59–81.
Luis and Melchor de Valdés, 1641–1666: A Case Study in Administrative Ingenuity, Volume 19:7–33.
Hunt, Thomas M.
Warriors on the Gridiron: The GI Bill, World War II Veterans, and Football at Sul Ross State Teachers College, Volume 17:157–192.
Jensen, Amber, Robert J. Mallouf, Tom Guilderson, Karen L. Steelman, and Marvin W. Rowe
Radiocarbon Date and X-ray Diffraction Analysis of Pictograph Samples from Tall Rockshelter, Davis Mountains, Texas, Volume 16:31–46.
Jones, Oakah L., Jr.
San José del Parral: Colonial Trade of Parralenses with Nuevo México and El Paso del Rio del Norte, Volume 13:11–26.
Kinsall, Al
Fort Duncan: Frontier Outpost on the Rio Grande, Volume 11:93–107.
Klingemann Franco, John
Blacks in Northern New Spain, Volume 16:47–58.
Lewallen, James D.
“Wired Wild West:” The U.S. Army and the Telegraph in the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas, 1870–1891, Volume 15:101–114.
Madrid, Enrique R.
The Lost Mission of El Polvo: Searching for the History of a State Archeological Landmark, Volume 15:55–68.
The History and Future of Adobe at La Junta de los Rios: Social Dimensions of Adobe Making, Volume 17:37–48.
Mallouf, Robert J.
Archeological Investigations at Goat Cave, Jeff Davis County, Texas, Volume 10:37–61.
Comments on the Prehistory of Far Northeastern Chihuahua, the La Junta District, and the Cielo Complex, Volume 11:49–92.
Mangum, Neil C.
The Mays Fight: A Reappraisal of a Neglected Action, Volume 9:45–56.
Matthews, James T.
Pushing the Mules through Guadalupe Pass: Pinery Station on the Butterfield Overland Mail, Volume 11:109–118.
Traveling Over an Unknown Trail: Company H of the Tenth Cavalry at Fort Davis, 1875–1885, Volume 12:93–104.
Merrill, William L.
The Mexico-North Research Network: Origins of a Binational Consortium, Volume 15:213–237.
Michney, Todd M.
White Racial Identity in the 1930s Big Bend: The Texas Writings of Nelson Algren, Volume 13:235–252.
Miller, Daniel R.
The Rise and Decline of the Mexican Revolution in Múzquiz, Coahuila, Volume 12:187–258.
Nixon-Mendéz, Nina
The Development of a City Preservation Plan Based on the Historical Analysis of Urban Settlement Patterns in Laredo, Texas, Volume 9:77–88.
Ohl, Carolyn
Terlingua Ranch: A History of Land Development in Southern Brewster County, Texas, Volume 9:137–155.
Osorio, Rubén
Mexico 1910–1920: The Lost Revolution, Volume 9:57–68.
The Death of a President and the Destruction of the Mexican Federal Army, 1913–1914, Volume 12:105–131.
Pingenot, Ben E.
Colonel “Winker” Valdés: “El Azote de los Indios,” Volume 9:33–43.
Posposil, JoAnn
A Big Bend Christmas Composite: Recollections of Christmas, Volume 9:117–136.
Raun, Gerald G.
Refugees or Prisoners of War: The Internment of a Mexican Federal Army after the Battle of Ojinaga, December 1913–January 1914, Volume 12:133–165.
Pancho Villa, the Columbus Raid, and the El Paso Jail Fire, Volume 15:163–180.
Build a Railroad and They Will Come: High Hopes in the Big Bend, 1909–1913, >Volume 16:213–225.
United States Mobilization in 1911: The Maneuver Division, Volume 17:143–156.
The Madero Revolution, Volume 18:85–120.
Reed, Jason
La Última Frontera: Photographs of West Texas, Volume 19:201–213.
Riemenschneider, Larry, and Solveig A. Turpin
Grierson’s Spring Military Outpost, 1878–1882, Volume 10:89–123.
Roberts, Timothy E.
Prehistoric Ritual Destruction of Some Lower Pecos River Style Pictographs: Making Meaning Out of What We Do Not See, Volume 17:1–35.
Sayther, Terry T.
Acebuches and Cueva del Águila, Two Pictograph Sites in North-Central Coahuila, Mexico, Volume 9:19–32.
Sayther, Terry T., and Deborah Stuart
Rock Art of Coahuila: Pictographs of the La Linda Area, Volume 10:25–35.
Schaefer, Stacy B.
The Peyote Religion and Mescalero Apache: An Ethnohistorical View from West Texas, Volume 12:51–70.
Screws, David E.
Hispanic Texas Rangers Contribute to Peace on the Texas Frontier, 1838 to 1880, Volume 13:27–36.
Seals, David M.
Henry Skillman: A Grizzly Texas Man, Volume 16:163–168.
Seebach, John D.
Past and Present at the Chispa Creek Folsom Site, Culberson County, Texas, Volume 16:1–30.
Skiles, J. Raymond
Henry B. du Pont: Industrialist and Rio Grande River Runner, Volume 19:175–200.
Taylor, Lonn
The Big Bend and The Imagination, Volume 10:203–219.
Thompson, Eileen
Observations at a Trans-Pecos Rock Art Site, Volume 10:1–23.
Torres Smith, Anita
Recuerdos de la Caballería, Volume 10:189–202.
Descansos Markers to Heaven, Volume 12:259–269.
Torres Smith, Anita, and Donald E. Smith
The Life and Times of Valeriano Torres, 1844–1898, Volume 13:37–64.
Travers, Douglas N.
The Great Chihuahua Cattle Drive of 1868, Volume 13:85–105.
Extracts from David M. Poor’s Military History of Company B, 2nd Regiment, Texas Cavalry Concerning Sibley’s Invasion of New Mexico, Volume 15:83–99.
An Update: The Great Chihuahua Cattle Drive of 1868, Volume 18:183–190.
Tripp, Sherida G.
Documentation of a Plains Indian Feather Headdress, Volume 14:163–183.
Tunnell, Curtis
Memories of a Revolution, Volume 12:181–185.
Turpin, Solveig A.
Cradles, Cribs, and Mattresses: Prehistoric Sleeping Accommodations in the Chihuahuan Desert, Volume 9:1–18.
Rock Art in Isolation: The Black Mountains and Red Hills of Hudspeth County, Volume 14:1–31.
Walking the Line: A Preliminary Sandal Chronology from Coahuila and Southwestern Texas, Volume 15:27–53.
Turpin, Solveig A., and Herbert H. Eling, Jr.
Aguaverde: A Forgotten Presidio of the Line, 1773–1781, Volume 16:83–128.
Turpin, Solveig A., and Larry Riemenschneider
Firing at Blank Range: Cavalry Maneuvers at Grierson’s Gulch, 41RG77, Volume 13:107–120.
Utley, Dan K., and Bob Brinkman
Landmarks of Law West of the Pecos: Preserving Historic Courthouses of the Big Bend, Volume 17:193–217.
Walter, Matt
Love on the Rio Grande: The 1850 Exploration by Captain Love, Volume 19:35–45.
Watson, Erin
Comanche Springs Rock Art Documentation, Volume 19:215–221.
Whorton, Brenda B.
Vanishing Arches of the Texas Trans-Pecos, Volume 15:115–125.
The Davis-Herrera Ranch Site (41PS622) Presidio County, Texas, Volume 19:223–250.
Willeford, Glenn P.
A Short History of Pecos Spring, Volume 9:69–75.
General Albino Aranda: Villista Leader on the Texas Border during the Mexican Revolution, Volume 10:149–161.
American Red Cross Activities at the Battle of Ojinaga December 1913–January 1914, Volume 12:167–179.
Williams, Mary L.
Servants at Frontier Military Posts: A Glimpse at ‘Domesticity’ through the Letters of Alice Kirk Grierson,Volume 11:145–157.
Wilson, Thomas
Dostoyevsky and the Big Bend,Volume 13:121–144.
Wiseman, Regge N.
The Dating of Annular Middens from Surface Artifacts: A Problem from the Northern Trans-Pecos Region in New Mexico, Volume 11:37–48.
Some Thoughts about Bedrock Mortars and Subsistence Group Size in the Northern Trans-Pecos,Volume 12:13–36.
An Under-Appreciated Phenomenon: Small Non-Rock Thermal Features in Southeastern New Mexico, Volume 13:1–10.
The Jumano Diaspora: Some More Pieces to the Puzzle, Volume 14:97–107.
Punto de los Muertos (LA 116471): A Possible Late Archaic Cemetery in the Northern Trans-Pecos of Southeastern New Mexico, Volume 15:1–26.

Wright, Paul
Characteristics of Big Bend Mining Towns, 1885–1920, Volume 9:89–115.
A Tumultuous Decade: Changes in the Mexican-Origin Population of the Big Bend, 1910–1920, Volume 10:163–187.
Starting Over: Impacts of Mexican Revolution Refugees on Big Bend Society, Volume 13:195–213.
Changes in the Statutory Boundaries of Big Bend Counties, 1850–1904, Volume 14:109–139.
Phantom Surveys Come Home to Roost: The Brewster-Pecos County Boundary Dispute, Volume 15:127–162.
The Search for the “True San Martin Springs,”Volume 16:169–211.
More Phantom Surveys Come Home to Roost: The Search for the True “Gano Corner,” Volume 17:97–141.
Phantom Surveys: The Search for the True Gano Corner, Part II,Volume 18:135–164.
Factors Associated with Income: The Big Bend in 1930, Volume 19:125–161.
Wright, Robert E.
Transient Clergy in the Trans-Pecos Area, 1848–1892,Volume 18:7–45.
Zubieta, Leslie F.
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