History of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo
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Roster of El Paso Area Tribal Leaders
Native American Water Use Chronology
Tigua Military History
Early Accounts & Bibliography
Tigua Participation at Texas State Fair
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Ysleta Land Grant Chronology
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Gatschet, Albert S.
1882    Indian Languages of the Pacific States and Territories and of the Pueblos of New Mexico, Magazine of the American History, 8(4)254:263 (Page 259 concerns Ysleta del Sur and Senecú del Sur).

Gerald, Rex E. (See Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives)
*N.D.    Archaeology of the Finlay Mountain Area, unpublished manuscript, 7 Pages [identified use by Tigua Indians].

Janos Archives by Rex E. Gerald and Virginia Gerald, 1954, July-August, Microfilm, University Museum, Philadelphia, Penn., Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania (Research note: Janos Archives in Bibliography for specific references. Houser Apache de Mexico Bibliography contains specific references to San Elizario Presidial Company, Apaches and Comanches, etc. These references from Microfilm Collection, Janos Archives, University of Texas at El Paso).

1966    Portrait of a Community, The American West, 3(3):38-41.

1968    Spanish Presidios of the Late Eighteenth Century in Northern New Spain, No. 7 Museum of New Mexico Research Records, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, 59 Pages.

State of the Mission of San Lorenzo El Real, Town of Zumas, (translation) unpublished manuscript, 3 Pages.

*1974    Aboriginal Use and Occupation By Tigua, Manso, and Suma Indians, in Apache Indians III, A Garland Series, American Indian Ethnohistory, Indians of the Southwest, compiled and edited by David Agee Horr, New York and London, Garland Publishing Inc.

1982    The Old Socorro Mission Site, Test Excavations - 1981-82, August 31, 1982, A Report Prepared for the Mission Heritage Association, El Paso, Texas, and the Texas Historical Commission, Austin, Texas (40 Pg. manuscript).

Gibson, George Rutledge
1935    Journal of A Soldier Under Kearny and Doniphan 1846-1847, edited by Ralph P. Bieber, The Arthur H. Clark Company, Glendale, California.

*Gillett, James B.
1921    Six Years With The Texas Rangers, 1876-1881, Von Breckman-Jones Company, Austin, (1925 & 1963 editions, Yale University Press).

*Goldblatt, K.A.
Scout to Quitman Canyon, Report of Captain Geo. W. Baylor of the Frontier Battlalion, Texas Military History, summer 1967, 6(2):149-159.

Granger, A.H.
1876    Southern and Western Texas Guide, Chicago, Rand, McNally and Company, (Research note: P. 33, Fort Quitman populated by Mexicans and Pueblo Indians, the latter a reference to Tigua Indians of Ysleta de Sur Pueblo).

Green, Thomas Aaron, Jr.
1974    Yo Soy Indio: An Analysis of a Contemporary Nativisitic Movement, The University of Texas at Austin, unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, 190 Pg., Department of Anthropology.

Hackett, Charles Wilson
1914    “Beginnings of Spanish in the El Paso District by Anne E. Hughes, a review by Charles W. Hackett”, Old Santa Fe, October 1914, 2(6):188-192.

1915    The Location of the Tigua Pueblos of Alameda, Purary, and Sandia in 1680-81,” Old Santa Fe, April 1915, 2(8):381-391.

“Otermin’s Attempt to Reconquer New Mexico, 1681-1682”, Old Santa Fe, January, April, 1916, 3(9):44-84, 3(10):103-132.

1918    Delimitation of Political Jurisdiction in Spanish North America to 1535, Hispanic American Historical Review, Feburary, 1918, 1:40-69.

Historical Documents Relating to New Mexico, Nueva Vizcaya, and  approaches thereto, to 1773, collected by Adolph F. Bandelier and Fanny R.; Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication, Three Volumes, 1923, 1929, 1937.

Revolt of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, and Otermin's Attempted Reconquest, 1680-1682, Two Volumes: VIII, IX, originally published in 1942 and republished in 1970, Introduction & Annotations by Charles Wilson Hackett, translated by Charmion Clair Shelby, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Hamilton, Nancy
1976    Ben Dowell and Civil War Days, Password, summer, 1976, 21(2):68-71, The El Paso County Historical Society.

Ben Dowell El Paso First Mayor, Southwest Studies, Monograph No. 49, Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso (Research note: contains photograph of Albert French, P. 53).

Hammond, George P. (edited by)
1945    Fray Alonso de Benavides, Revised Memorial of 1623, Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press.

Hankins, Russell L.
Fray Francisco de Ayeta in the Service of New Mexico, 1673-1683, MA Thesis, History, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. [References to the Saline Pueblos and the Salineros; see P. 34].

Harrington, John P.
1909    [Piro Vocabulary with Added Words in the Sima Dialect of Sandia and Tiwa Language of Ysleta del Sur], [7 Manuscript pages Typed, M.S. No. 2292 [Missing since 1964- in National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Instition [N.P. Houser has photocopy from Smithsonian of the original].

    Notes on the Piro Language, American Anthropologist, Oct.-Dec., (New Series), 2(4):563-594.     

Hedrick, John A.
1971    Investigations of Tigua Potters and Pottery at Ysleta del Sur, Texas, The Artifact, 9(2):1-17, Journal of the El Paso Archaeological Society, Inc.

Hendricks, Rick (See also Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives)
N.D.    Translation of the 1825 Ysleta Boundary, 17 Pg. typed, unpublished (Ysleta del Sur Archives).

N.D.    Translation of Affidavit of Juan Severiano Gonzáles, Re: Ascarate Grant, March, 19, 1886, typed copy 3 Pages.

N.D.    Translation of Affidavit of Jose Maria Gonzales in Re: Ascarate Grant, March 19, 1886 [?], typed copy, 4 Pages.

1992a    The Spanish Colonial History of Socorro and San Elizario, Texas, March     31, Final Report, Center for Anthropological Research, New Mexico State University, 287 Pages.

        b    Two Spanish Colonial Censuses of the El Paso Area: 1784 and 1787, Draft Translation, Rick Hendricks, Las Cruces, Center for Anthropogical Research, New Mexico State University.
1995    The History of the Rancho de Ysleta Grant, 57 Pages, unpublished report, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Spanish-Indian Relations in El Paso del Norte in the Early Eighteenth Century: The "Rebellion" of 1711, a paper presented at the Proceedings of the 9th Jornada-Mogollon Conference, R.P. Mauldin and J.D. Leach, editors, Centro de Investigacions Arqueologicas, El Paso.

Hewett, Edgar L.
Handbook of Archaeological History - Landmarks of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Landmarks of New Mexico, Handbook of Archaeological History, 1940, Albuquerque.

1943    Mission Monuments of New Mexico, Handbook of Archaeological History, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Hickerson, Nancy Parrott
1994    The Jumanos, Hunters and Traders of the South Plains, University of Texas, Austin.

Hodge, Frederick Webb        
1896    Pueblo Indian Clans, American Athropologist, 9(10):345-352.

Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, Edited by Frederick Webb Hodge, 1907-10, Part I, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 30, Washington, Government Printing Office. [Re: Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico, Isleta del Sur, Texas; Socorro Pueblo, New Mexico; Socorro del Sur Pueblo; Texas; Senecú Pueblo, New Mexico, Senecú del Sur, Mexico].

1911    The Jumano Indians, Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society for 1909-1910, 20: 249-268, Worcester, Mass.

Houser, Nicholas P. (also see: Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives)
1966-    Interviews and field notes.

1970    The Tigua Settlement of Ysleta de Sur, The Kiva, winter 1970, 36(2):23-39, Arizona Archaeological Society, Tucson.

1979    Tigua Pueblo, In Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 9, Pg. 336- 42, Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution.

1994    Ysleta and El Paso del Norte Place Name File, unpublished manuscript.
1995    See: Leach, Houser, Harrison, Peterson and Ruth, 1995, Archaeological Testing Plan For The HUD Subdvision Blocks 48 and 49.

See: Leach, Houser, Harrison, Peterson and Ruth, 1995,Archaeological Testing for the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, Tigua Cultural Center, Ysleta.

1998    Hueco Tanks Research Bibliography with Critical Notes, unpublished, 60 Pages.

    Historic Settlement of the Ysleta Grant, A History of Tigua Indian Land Tenure and Encroachment, unpublished manuscript, 105 Pages.

Tigua Land Tenure Bibliography with Critical Notes, unpublished manuscript, 86 Pages.

1999    La Entrada por El Alto, The Significance of Tract 11, Block 49 of the Ysleta Grant, unpublished manuscript with critical notes, 151 Pg., selected bibliography, 45 Pages.

2004    “Tigua Indians and El Paso at the Texas State Centennial Exposition,” Part 1, Password, 2:4, Winter 2004, pp. 181-90, The County Historical Society.

2005    “Tigua Indians and El Paso at the 1936 Texas State Centennial Exposition”, Part II, Password, 50:1, Spring 2005, pp. 29-37, The El Paso County Historical Society, El Paso.

Houser, Nicholas P., Howard Campbell and John Peterson
Last of the Mansos, Nova, summer, 28(4)16-18, University of Texas at El Paso.

Hughes, Anne E.
1935    The Beginnings of Spanish Settlement in the El Paso District, Reprint edition  of 500 copies, Press of El Paso Public Schools, El Paso, Texas. [Originally  published by University of California Publications in History, 1(3), April 1914, Berkeley (See: Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, Vol. 4, 2001).

Hurt, Wesley R., Jr.
1952    Tortugas, An Indian Village in Southern New Mexico, El Palacio, April, Pg. 104-122.

Manzano A Study of Community Disorganization, AMS Press, New York.        
Hymes, Dell D. and William E. Bittle
1967    The Tanoan Settlement of the Rio Grande Area: A Possible Chronology, Chapter in Studies in Southwestern Ethnolinguistics, edited by Geroge L. Trager, The Hague and Paris, Mouton and Company, Publishers.