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*Jenkins, Myra Ellen
N.D.    History and Administration of the Tigua Indians of Ysleta del Sur During the Spanish Colonial Period, 61 P. unpublished report, Indian Claims Commission, Docket 22-C, Intervenor's Exhibit #47.

1961    The Baltasar Baca “Grant”: History of an Encroachment, Myra Ellen Jenkins, New Mexico State Records Center, El Palacio, spring, 1961, 68(1):47-64.

1966    Taos Pueblo and Its Neighbors, New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. XLI, No. 2, Albuquerque.

1973    A Brief History of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Published for the Cultural Properties Review in Cooperation with the State Planning Office.

1974    The Tigua Indians of Ysleta del Sur During the Spanish Colonial Period, in Apache Indians III, A Garland Series, American Indian Ethnohistory, Indians of the Southwest, complied and edited by David Agee Horr, New York & London, Garland Publishing Inc.

1989    The Pueblo of Ysleta del Sur, unpublished manuscript, 138 Pg., Santa Fé, New Mexico.

Jones, Oaklah L. Jr.
1963    Pueblo Indian Auxilaries and the Reconquest of New Mexico, 1692-1704, Journal of the West, July 19632(3):257-280, Los Angeles.

1966    Pueblo Warriors and Spanish Conquest, Norman University of Oklahoma Press.

1988    Nueva Viscaya: Heartland of the Spanish Frontier, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press.

Kaemlein, Wilma R.
An Inventory of Southwestern American Indian Specimens in European Museums, Arizona State Museum, Tucson, The University of Arizona (Research note: Ten Kate inventory of Ysleta del Sur cultural materials, also N.P. Houser research file contains photos of these items).

Kauffman, Barbara E., David G. Batcho, and Mary G. Canavan
1984    The Vista Hills Site: Eight Thousand Years at the Edge of the Hueco Bolson, The University Museum New Mexico State University. Occasional Papers, Number 11, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

1990    Results of Subsurface Survey and a Data Recovery Plan for Mitigation of Impact at the Ysleta Neighborhood Clinic and WIC Facility Site (41EP2840), In The City of El Paso, Texas, by Barbara E. Kauffman, David G. Batcho and Mary G. Canavan, David G. Batcho, Principal Investigator, Batcho & Kauffman Associated, Cultural Resources Report No. 98, January 1990, unpublished, 74 Pg. with appendix.

Kelly, Henry W.
1941    Franciscan Missions of New Mexico, 1740-1760, MA Thesis in History, April 1941, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press (printed in New Mexico Historical Review, 15(4): 345-368; 16(2):148-183).

1952    Factors Involved in the Abandonment of Certain Peripheral Southwestern  Settlements, American Anthropologist, 54, 346-387.

Kessell, John L.
Kiva, Cross and Crown, The Pecos Indians and New Mexico 1540-1840, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. [Map of Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco which shows saline pueblos and nearby salt deposits, plates between Pg. 166-167].

The Missions of New Mexico Since 1776, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

1989    Remote Beyond Compare, Letters of Don Diego de Vargas to His Family from New Spain and New Mexico, 1675-1706, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press.
Kessell, John L., and Rick Hendricks
By Force of Arms, The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1691-93, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
1995    To The Royal Crown Restored, The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1691-93, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Kinnaird, Lawrence (edted and translated by)
The Frontier of New Spain, Nicolas de Lafora's Description 1766-1778, The Quivira Society, 13, Berkeley, California.

Lange, Charles H., and Carrol L. Riley (edited by) (See: Bandeliers A. 1966-970)

Leach, Houser, Harrison, Peterson and Ruth
1995    Archaeological Testing Plan for the HUD Subdvision Blocks 48 and 49 of The Ysleta Grant, Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo, A Research Design, June, 1995, by Jeff D. Leach, John A. Peterson, Nicholas P. Houser and Sue M. Ruth, John A. Peterson, Ph.D, Principal Investigator, prepared for Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, Tigua Indian Reservation. Prepared by Archaeological Research Inc., El Paso, Texas.

Archaeological Testing for the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, Tigua Cultural Center, Ysleta, Texas, by John Peterson, Timothy B. Graves, Stephen A. Hall, Nicholas P. Houser, and Jeff D. Leach, May 20, 1995, prepared for Bureau of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo and BIA, US Dept of Interior, prepared by Archaeological Research Inc., 35 Pg.

Long, Grace
1931    The Anglo American Occupation of the El Paso District, unpublished MA Thesis, University of Texas at Austin.

McLaughlin, Walter V., Jr.
First Book of Baptisms in the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez Area, University of New Mexico, unpublished MA Thesis, August 1962, Albuquerque.

Metz, Leon C.
1980    City at the Pass, illustration editor, Mary A. Sarber, Winsdor Publications, Woodland Hills, California.

1986    Turning Points in El Paso, Texas, El Paso, Mangan Books.

1989    Border, The U.S.-Mexico Line, Mangan Books, El Paso.        

Miller, Myles R. III, and Beth Laura O'Leary Pd.D.
The Ysleta Clinic Site: A Spanish Colonial Period Native American Settlement in the Lower Valley of El Paso, El Paso, Texas, Batcho and Kauffman Associations, 1992. (Spec. Colls. University of Texas at El Paso, F392.E45 M55 1992). [Research note: See: Kauffman Report].

Mills, W.W.
El Paso, A Glance at Its Men and Constests for the Last Few Years: The Election Fraud, The Marshes, Williams, Pearson, Verney, Stine, and Fountain the Infamous, Austin, Republic Office (Research note: Political Phamplet, El Paso Public Library, Special Collections, Southwest Room).

1962    Forty Years at El Paso 1858-1898, edited by Rex W. Strickland, Carl Hertzog, El Paso. (Research note: see P. 11, Ftn. 19:George Wahl first post master at Ft. Quitman; salt references on P. 27 - salt at 27 cents per lb. during the 1860's; grape culture see P. 27, ftn #3).

Morrow, Herbert C. and Karen Morrow
1978    A Study of an Adobe Building in Ysleta, Texas - The Alderete-Candelaria House, The Artifact, El Paso Archaeological Society, Vol. 16, No. 3, 108     Pg. [Part I: Ethnohistory & Evolution by Herbert C. Morrow with Thomas Martin and Cynthia Martin as compilers; Part II: Recording an Old Adobe Building Architecture and Archaeology, by Herbert C. Morrow].

The Mission Trail, History, Architecture, Cultural Heritage, and Historic Preservation of the Lower Valley of El Paso, Texas, A Historic Preservation Plan, Dec. 1981, by Herbert C. Morrow and The Mission Trail Advisory Committee, 315 Pg. (binder in file).

The Ysleta Historical and Architectural Perspective, Password, 36(4):159-170, The El Paso County Historical Society.

Morrow, H.H.
1923    Spanish and Mexican Private Land Grants, San Francisco, Bancroft, Whitney Company.