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Roster of El Paso Area Tribal Leaders
Native American Water Use Chronology
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Tigua Participation at Texas State Fair
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Ysleta Land Grant Chronology
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Ten Kate, H.F.C., Jr.
1885    Reizen En Onderzoekingen In Noord Amerika, (Travels and Researches in North America), Leiden, Netherlands (Translated in letter by Ted J. Brasser, Rijks Museum Voor Vokenkunde, Leiden, addressed to Dr. Edward P. Dozier, University of Arjizona, 4 typed Pg., in Houser research file, Research note: irrigation P. 2).

Texas Almanac.
1871    El Paso County Description (P. 106). County seat at Franklin. Excellent salt in salt lakes. Hostile Indians prevent mining in the Organ Mts. "Isletta is occupied by the Pueblo Indians" (P. 227).

Thomas, Alfred Baraby
Forgotten Frontiers, A Study of the Spanish Indian Policy of Don Juan Bautista de Anza Governor of New Mexico 1777-1787, translated and annotated by Alfred Barnaby Thomas (Originally published 1932), Norman, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma Press.

*Thomas, Laura
1966    A Short History of Ysleta, Department of Planning, City of El Paso.

Timmons, W.H.
1977    The Population of the El Paso Area - A Census of 1784, New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. LII, No. 4, Oct. 1977, Pg. 311-316. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
1983a    The Church of Ysleta - Recent Documentary Discoveries, Password, fall 1983, 28(3):113-116, The El Paso County Historical Society.

1983b    American El Paso: The Formative Years, 1848-1854, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. LXXXVII, No. 1, July 1983, University of Texas at Austin, Pg. 1-36).

1988    The Presidio of San Elizario, 1789-1851, Password, fall, 1988, 33(3):107-115,141, The El Paso County Historical Society.

1990    El Paso A Borderlands History, Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso.

1992    The Spanish Census of Ysleta in 1790, With a List of Tigua Indians, The Colombian Quincentenary, El Paso Documentary, Pg. 137-136.

Trager, George L.
The Tanoan Settlement of the Rio Grande Area: A Possible Chronology. Pg. 335-350 in Studies in the Languages of the American Southwest. Dell H. Hymes with William E. Bittle, eds. The Hague and Paris, Mouton.

The Kinship and Status Terms of the Tiwa Languages, American Anthropologist, 45:557-571.

United Daughters of the Confederacy
1914    Seeing El Paso and the Valley, Wharton, Texas.

Vargas, Zapata y Luxán Ponze de León, Diego de
First Expedition of Vargas into New Mexico, 1692, José M. Espinosa, edited and translated by, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press.

Walz, Vina
1951    History of the El Paso Area, 1680-1692, unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation in History, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Webb, Walter Prescott
1935    The Texas Rangers: A Century of Frontier Defense, Houghton Mifflin, Boston (Research note: Three Tigua Indian scouts – Bernardo and Domingo Olguín and Aneceto Durán, see pp. 403-404. See page 395, George W. Baylor at El Paso. Victorio campaign, see page 399).

Whipple, A.W.
The Whipple Report, Journal of an expedition from San Diego, California, to the Río Colorado, from Sept. 11 to Dec. 11, 1849, by A.W. Whipple, Lieutenant United States Topographical Engineers, with introduction, notes and bibliography by E.I. Edwards, Los Angeles, Western Lore Press.

White, Alice
History of the Development of Irrigation in El Paso County, unpublished MA Thesis, El Paso, Texas Western College.

1959    The Development of Irrigation in the City of El Paso, Password, January 1959, 4(1):31-38, The El Paso County Historical Society.

White, Katherine
The Recognized Spanish and Mexican Land Grants of the El Paso Area, History Seminar Paper, History No. 3580, spring 1960, typed manuscript, 104 Pg., Special Collections, University of Texas at El Paso.    

Spanish and Mexican Surveying Terms and Systems, Password, winter 1961, 6(1):24-27, The El Paso County Historical Society.
The Pueblo of Socorro Grant, MA Thesis, June 1961, El Paso, Texas Western College.

White, Owen
Out of the Desert, The Historical Romance of El Paso, El Paso, the McMath Company.

Whiting, William H.C.
1935    Journal of William Henry Chase Whiting, 1849. From: Exploring Southwestern Trails 1846-1854, Edited by Ralph P. Bieber and Averam B. Bender, The Arthur H. Clark Co., Glendale, California  (Pp. 301-317 concern El Paso region).

Wilson, John P.
Quarai, Living Mission to Monument, reprinted In: El Palacio, 1973, 78(4):14-28.

Winfrey, Dorman, H., and James M. Day
1966    The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest, 1825-1916, Five Volumes, Austin, The Pemberton Press [Vol. IV: salt train attacked by Indians, Sept. 14, 1871; reference to Louis Cardis, report of Sept. 15 & 24, 1871, P. 395, re: Indian depredations in El Paso County].

Wise, Nevin O.
Texas The Marvelous, Boston, The P. Company. (Re: Ysleta: “It was until quit recently, an Indian town – I am an Indian, was the remark of one of the inhabitants of Isleta, when I questioned him about the Indians living there. Isleta is one of the two places where any aboriginal race still dwell within the great State of Texas…”).

*Wright, William
1993    The Tiguas, Pueblo Indians of Texas, El Paso, Texas, Texas Western Press.

*Ysleta del Sur (Tigua Tribe of Texas)
2000    Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, January 2000, Volume 1: Reports by Rex E. Gerald, PhD: “Human Occupation of the Paso del Norte Area,” (June 15, 1970), pp. 9-18; “History of the Tigua Indians of Ysleta del Sur, Texas”, (July 15, 1970), pages 21-43; “The Modern Tigua Indians of Ysleta del Sur, Texas”, (July 15, 1970), pages 43-52; “The Suma Indians of Northern Chihuahua and Western Texas,” (July 10, 1970), pages 53-70; “Copy of the Dossier Advanced by the Indian Juan Domingo Asking that He be Named Chief General of the Suma Nation,” (containing translation, 71-86; “The Manso Indians of the Paso del Norte Area,” (June 1970), page 87-100.
    Report by Myra Ellen Jenkins, PhD: “History and Administration of the Tigua Indians of Ysleta del Sur During the Spanish Colonial Period,” pages 101-140.
    Report by Rick Hendricks, PhD: “Report on Land Tenure in Ysleta del Sur,” pages 141-208.
    Report by Adolph M. Greenberg, PhD with research materials by Nicholas P. Houser, MPH, MA: “Tigua Indian and Land Use Practices”, pages 209-394.
    Volume I Index, pages 395-408.

    Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, Volume 2, January 2000, Report by Nicholas P. Houser, MPH, MA, “The Ysleta Grant (To the Place of the Beginning)”, pages 1-358 with bibliography and exhibits; “Interview with Tom Diamond” (June 12, 1967) by Nicholas P. Houser, page 359-369; “Addendum To Houser Interview” by Tom Diamond, page 369-374.

Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, Volume 3, January 2000, Report by Nicholas P. Houser, MPH, MA and Layout by Perry I.Q. Houser, “Tigua Indians of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Historic Images of the Mission and Pueblo,” (also produced as a separate volume) pages 1-48; Report by Tom Diamond, “Pueblo de la Ysleta del Sur Chronology and Related Historical Material,” Compiled and Edited by Tom Diamond, pages 49-150.
By Ronald L. Jackson, “Select Digest of Archival Materials, pages 151-188.
By J. Walter Fewkes, “Diary Notes, 1901 – Covering A Trip Through Colorado, New Mexico, West Texas, and Chihuahua”, Edited by Tom Diamond, Transcribed by Irene S. Beckham, pages 189-305.
By Adolph M. Greenberg Phd. George S. Esber, Phd. with assistance of Tammy J. Alverson, “General Management Plan Hueco Tanks Park, The Tigua Indian Tribe of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, El Paso, Texas,” pages 307-377 with maps and exhibits.
2001    Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, Volume 4, April 2001, By Elsie Campbell (1950 MA Thesis, Texas Western College), Introduction by Dr. Rick Hendricks, page 1-90 with exhibits.
    Report by Malcomb Ebright and Rick Hendricks, “The Pueblo League and Pueblo Indian Land in New Mexico, 1692-1846,” pages 91-193 with exhibits and bibliography.
    By Vina Walz (1951 PhD dissertation, The University of New Mexico), “History of the El Paso Area,” with an introduction by Dr. Rick Hendricks, pages 197-395.

2003    Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, Volume 5, Introduction and edited Nicholas P. House, MPH, MA, “Early Accounts of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo by Surveyors, Civil and Military Officials, and Ethnologists,” 173 pages. Report by Nicholas P. Houser, “Tigua Indian Scouts in Defense of the Pass of the North – Three Centuries of Service,” pages 175-182.
    By Nicholas P. Houser, “Selected Oral History Interviews Made in Ysleta and the El Paso Region,” (summer of 1966), pages 183-384.
    By Adolph M. Greenberg, PhD., “Ysleta de Sur Pueblo and the Rio Grande – An Ethnographic Assessment of the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo’s Relationship with the Rio Grande”, pages 386-415.

Zinng, Robert M.
1956    The Importance of the El Paso Area In The Conquest and Reconquest of New Mexico, Password, August, November, 1956, 1(3), Part I, Pg. 82-92, 1(4) Part II, Pg. 134-138, The El Paso County Historical Society.