The Cochise County Historical Journal

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Index to Journals


1. VOL. I, No. 1 March 1971   O/P
Life and Times of Wyatt Earp John W. Gilchriese
Casas Grandes Water Control System Charles C. Di Peso
Prelude to the Battle of Cibicu John H. Monnett
Salado Culture in Cochise County Jack & Vera Mills

2. VOL. I, No. 2, June 1971    O/P
Early Hunters and Gatherers in Southeastern Arizona Ric Windmiller
From Rocks to Gadgets A History of Cochise County - Carl Trischka
A Cochise Culture Human Skeleton from Southeastern Arizona Kenneth R. McWilliams

3. VOL. I, No. 3 September 1971    O/P
A History of Cochise County, Arizona Carl Trischka
Lizzie Leake Never Owed But One Debt and Paid It Ervin Bond

4. VOL. I, No. 4 December 1971    O/P
The New Mexico Territorial Mounted Police Richard D. Myers
Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from Two Sites in Arizona T.M.J. Mulinski
The Jacob Scheerer Story Glenn G. Dunham

5. ---VOL. 2, No. 1 Spring 1972 (Printed in error Summer)
The Confederate Intrusion into Arizona Territory 1862 - Richard D. Myers

6. VOL. 2, No. 2 & 3 Summer/Fall 1972    O/P
The Cochise Train Robbery Glenn G. Dunham
Ghost Riders in The Sky Stan Jones and Capp Watts - Ervin Bond
The Battle of Cibicu John H. Monnett
The Life of Irene Glenn Brodie Lucille Wilbourn

7. VOL. 2, No. 4 Winter 1972    O/P
Cochise County Characters and Capers Archie L. Gee
Archaeological Problems Existed in the San Pedro River Valley Richard D. Myers
Tales of Early Bisbee Mrs. L. R. Peterson

8. VOL. 3, No. 1 Spring 1973    O/P
Some Ethnographic Notes on Mexican Pottery Richard D. Myers
Who Shot Johnny Ringo? Larry Christiansen
John Ringos Death Murder or Suicide? Ervin Bond
Cochise County Characters and Capers Archie L. Gee

9. VOL. 3, Nos. 2 & 3 Summer/Fall 1973   O/P
Butterfields Route John O. Theobald
Pioneers in Profile Glenn G. Dunham
The Amos Wien Family Pioneers in Profile Beatrice Wien
The Gadsden Hotel Kay Gregor

10.VOL. 3, No. 4 December 1973    O/P
The Last Cattle Drive Sally Powers Klump
Bisbee No Good for Chinaman Richard Stokes
Dos Cabezas Kay Gregor
Taped Interview Program at the Bisbee Civic Center and Mining and Historical Museum Roger N. Weller
Cowboy Garb and How It Grew Erma Laux

11. VOL. 4, No. 1 March 1974    O/P
Sweet Adaline Gladys E. Dunham
My Five Ways to See Cochise County from Douglas Ervin Bond
Pottery and Its Archaeology Significance Erma Laux and Shirley Fralie

12.VOL. 4, Nos. 2 & 3 June/September 1974    O/P
Introduction County School Records Ruth D. Elliott
Sketch of Tombstone Schools 1879 to 1974 Mary B. Price
Some of the Teachers in Bisbee from 1881 to 1908 Cora Thorp
A Pioneer School Wm. E. Moore
St. David Calvin S. Bateman
Benson Schools Clara Ann Eder
Buena District Schools Rosa Farrell
The First School at Fort Huachuca Rosa Farrell
Wilgus School Irene Knott Sproul
Forrest School Ruth D. Elliott
Double Adobe School District No. 45 Ruth D. Elliott
Lone Oak School Ruth D. Elliott
Senator A. R. Spikes of Bowie Nellie Decherd Spikes
Douglas Schools Kay Gregor
Those Were the Days Barbara Spark
Douglas 1911 Finding a Place to Live Helen B. Keeling
Early Rural Schools in Cochise County as told by Elsie Toles, County Superintendent, to Myriam Toles
Apache District No. 42 Ruth D. Elliott
Swisshelm School District No. 35 Ruth D. Elliott
Palominas School Mrs. Ruth Tripp (Liendecker)
Beatrice Wien Pioneer Teacher in Profile as told to Glenn G. Dunham
Parochial Schools in Arizona Ruth D. Elliott
Cochise College Ruth D. Elliott

13 VOL. 4, No. 4 December 1974    O/P
Bullets Across the Border Part I Larry Christiansen
Pioneer Judgment Sally Powers Klump
Elsie Toles author unknown
Miss Edith Stowe Gladys Woods

14. VOL. 5, No. 1 Spring 1975   O/P
Capt. John Gregory Bourke John A. Turcheneske, Jr.
Bullets Across the Border Part II Larry Christiansen
Marie Harr Leitch Vera Mills

15. --- VOL. 5, Nos. 2 & 3 Summer/Fall 1975
Christianity Came to Cochise County Dr. Charles C. Di Peso

Benson: The First Baptist Church Clara Ann Eder from materials supplied - Mary Lou Turner
A Brief History of the Catholic Church in Benson Msgr. F.D. Rosettie
The Episcopal Church in Benson Clara Ann Eder, aided by Helene Figy
The Community Presbyterian Church of Benson Clara Ann Eder from materials supplied by Rev. & Mrs. Gary Gard

Bisbee:
First Baptist Church, St. Patricks Catholic Church,
Christian Church, Latter Day Saints (Mormon),
Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church (An article on each church by Millicent W. Kasun)
St. Johns Episcopal Church Mila Johnson Jolley
Saint Stephen Nemanja Serbian Orthodox Church Nick Balich & Mamie Bugen

Douglas:
First Baptist Church copied from Anniversary Booklet, April 30, 1975
Immaculate Conception Church Ruth D. Elliott
St. Bernards Catholic Church Ruth D. Elliott
St. Lukes Church Ruth D. Elliott
Christian Science Society Paula Nietert
First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) no author given
St. Stephens Episcopal Church Alice E. Cooper
St. Pauls Evangelical Lutheran Church Rev. H.J. Hagedorn
Grace Methodist Church Garth Johnston
First Presbyterian Church Mrs. E.J. (Ann) Huxtable, Jr.

St. David:
The Mormon Church in St. David Gwen Mayberry from material supplied - Ruth Tilton

Pomerene:
Pomerene Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Shirley E. Barney

Tombstone:
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church Irene Sproul
St. Pauls Episcopal Church Irene Sproul
Other Tombstone Churches Irene Sproul

Willcox:
Willcox United Methodist Church
Elizabeth R. Craig

16. VOL. 5, No. 4 Winter, 1975   O/P
Bullets Across the Border, Part III Larry Christiansen
The Southwests Mounted Police Phyllis W. Heald
Good Guys N Bad Guys Jeanne L. Graham

17. VOL. 6, No. 1 Spring, 1976    O/P
GHOSTS OF THE PAST:
Don Ignacio and Dona Eulalia Elias and the History of their Hacienda on The Babocomari: Camp Wallen Robert W. Munson
Ghost Towns of Cochise County Charleston and Millville, Contention City, Sunnyside, Courtland, Fairbank, Dos Cabezas, Pearce, Bibliography Jeanne E. Graham

(N.B. There are NO other issues for 1976.)

18. VOL. 7, No . 1 Spring, 1977    O/P
(Printed in error as Vol. 8, No. 5, Please correct your copy.)
The Story of Fort Bowie author not listed
The Willcox Dry Lake The Miracle Maker Ervin Bond and Larry D. Christiansen

19. - VOL. 7, No. 2 Summer, 1977
Heritage 76, chronology author not listed
November Seven (Nacozari) Jeanne L. Graham

20. VOL. 7 No. 3 Fall, 1977    O/P
The Old Douglas International Airport Ruth M. Reinhold
(Reprinted from the Journal of Arizona History Vol. 15, No. 4)

21. VOL. 7, No. 4 Winter, 1977    O/P
(Printed in error as Vol. 8, No. 4 Winter, 1977. Please correct your copy.)
The Gadsden Hotel Douglas Most Enduring, Magnificent Frontier Showplace in the West author not listed
A History of Benson David Dyer
Arizona, The Land God Forgot Charlie Brown

22. VOL. 8 Nos. 1 & 2 Spring/Summer, 1978   O/P
(Printed in error as Vol. 9, Nos. 1 & 2 Winter/Spring, 1978. Please correct your copy.)
Saga of a Southeastern Town (Douglas) author not given.
The Merger and Other Phelps Dodge Activities author not given
Rodeo Days in Douglas, Arizona author not given

23.VOL. 8, Nos. 3 & 4 Fall/Winter, 1978 AND VOL. 9 No. 1 Spring, 1979 (Triple Issue)   O/P
Henceforth and Forever Aimee and Douglas Larry D. Christiansen

24. - VOL. 9, No. 2 Summer, 1979 The Canyon Named For a Hero Jeanne L. Graham
Apaches A Lost Nation A Lost People Jeanne L. Graham

25. ---VOL. 9, No. 3 Fall-Winter, 1979    O/P
The History of Bisbee Earl Simmons and eleven additional articles concerning Bisbee first published in the Brewery Gulch Gazette.

26. - VOL. 10 Special Annual Edition
(99 photos with captions) all four issues in one volume. Fun and Good Times in Cochise County in the Early Days.

27. VOL. 11, No. 1 Spring, 1981    O/P
Tenth Anniversary of the Cochise Quarterly
Earp-Clanton Gunfight (Tombstone) Bibliography Charles K. Mills
Hiking Nell Ida K. Meloy

28. ---VOL. 11, No. 2 Summer, 1981
The Line Rider Diana Sanford
History of Elfrida Diana Sanford
The Fort Bowie Story Wilton E. Hoy

29. VOL. 11, No. 3 Fall, 1981    O/P
Foreward
Douglas History as Recalled Back in 1936 - Dr. L Tuttle
The Deans Tale - Dr. E. W. Adamson

30. ---VOL. 11, No. 4, Winter, 1981
Foreword
National Register of Historic Places in Cochise County
Old Fort Huachuca
A Fort Bowie Christmas
The Brewery Gulch Gazette and the Cochise Quarterly
A Brief History of the Brewery Gulch Gazette of Bisbee, Arizona
The Cochise Quarterly Contents, Listed Chronologically Note on the Gringo

31. VOL. 12 No. 1 Spring, 1982
Ranch Life, The Border Country, 1880-1940:
The Way It Really Was. A partial catalogue of The Cowbelles collection of historic ranch photographs.

32. VOL. 12 No 2, Summer, 1982 O/P
ARCHAEOLOGY ISSUE:
Traces of Early Man in Cochise County (with bibliography) John L. Kurdeka
The Amerind Foundation
Cochise College Archaeology Resource Center
Digging for History Diana M. Wakefield-Sanford
Join the crusade to Preserve Arizonas Past Cathy Wertz
What You Can Do as an Untrained Amateur Interested in Archaeology

33. VOL. 12 Nos. 3 & 4 Fall/Winter, 1982   O/P
Cochise County, Cultures in Conflict Charles K. Mills

34. VOL. 13, Nos. 1 & 2 Spring/Summer 1983    O/P
The Making of a Boundary Between the United States and Mexico: A Study in Political Geography Don Bufkin

35. VOL. 13. Nos. 3 & 4 Fall/Winter 1983   O/P
The Mormon Battalion in Cochise County and Adjacent Areas Larry D. Christiansen
Some Recollections of Marvin L. Follett oral history transcript (edited)

36. - VOL. 14, No. 1 Spring, 1984
When the West Was Young Ann L. Bright
The Apache Scare of 1924 Beth Noland Willis

37. VOL 14, No. 2 Summer 1984    O/P
THE CHANGING LANDSCAPES OF SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA:
The Day the Valley Shook Loraine Mackintosh
The Upper San Pedro Valley Richard V. Francaviglia
The Wonderland of Rocks Enid C. Howard

38. VOL. 14, No. 3 Fall 1984   O/P
Douglas Under Fire: An Account of Villas Battle for Agua Prieta Carl H. Cole
Ervin Bond Mr. Cochise County Larry D. Christiansen
An Historic Landmark The Cochise Hotel Enid C. Howard
Book Review by Tom Vaughn of Mining Town Trolleys:
A History of Arizonas Warren-Bisbee Railway, author Richard V. Francaviglia

39. VOL. 14, No. 4 Winter 1984    O/P
EARLY BISBEE and the Region, 1899-1918 Tom Vaughn

40. --- VOL. 15, No. 1 Spring 1985 
On the Search for the Hidden History of Naco School Jesus Rubio
Some Cochise County Pioneers: As Seen by One of Them Edited by Winifred G. Meskus

41. VOL. 15, No. 2 Summer 1985    O/P
A Different Look at Some Pioneers by Glenn G. Boyer and Betty A. Boyer
Merchant and Miner Two Serbs in Early Bisbee Mary Nicklanovich Hart

42. VOL. 15, No. 3 Fall 1985    O/P
ARCHAEOLOGICAL ISSUE
Rock Art and Its Presence in Cochise County Jane Kolber, Art by Jane Kolber
The Amerind Foundation, Inc., Dragoon, Arizona Anne I. Woosley
Archaeology on Foot: The San Bernardino Valley Survey - John E. Douglas
Anthropological Research Center, Cochise College, Update 85 Diane Langston
The Christiansen Border Village Site (AZ:FF:9:1) John L. Kurdeka, Art by Irma F. Andrews

43. - VOL. 15, No. 4 Winter 1985 (photocopy only)
The San Bernardino Ranch Reba B. Wells
Slaughter Ranch Outpost Reba B. Wells
The Mormon House Reba B. Wells
The Camp Smile Harriet O. Warning
Frankie Howell Stillman Manuscript
Memories of San Bernardino
Apache May

44. VOL. 16, No. 1 Spring 1986    O/P
Streetcars to the Smelters: An Historical Overview of the Douglas Street Railways, 1902-1924 Richard V. Francaviglia

45. VOL. 16, No. 2 Summer 1986    O/P
From Hell Itself: The Americanization of Mexicos Northern Frontier, 1821-1846 David J. Weber
The Sosa/Soza Family of Arizona Sharon Johnson Mariscal

46. - VOL. 16, Nos. 3 & 4 Fall/Winter 1986
A Memory Helon T. Hendrix
40-Odd Years Ago Robert D. Ellis
Absolam Benton Harveys Diary (February-September 1864)

47. VOL. 17, No. 1 Spring 1987 O/P
Rogue of the Mascot Mine Edward H. Saxton and Phil C. Bowman
Apache Indians in Eastern Sonora (during the first half of the 1900s) -Alvin Fenn

48 --- VOL. 17, No. 2 Summer 1987
Cochise-Graham Cattle Growers Association (1912-1987)
75 Years of Dedication to the Cattle Industry in Southeastern Arizona -Terry McNair McEuen

49. --- VOL. 17, No. 3 Fall, 1987
Border Boom Town Douglas, Arizona (1900-1920) Diana Hadley

50. - VOL. 17, No. 4 Winter 1987
How the Spring of Contention Got its Name As told by Stewart August Pug English to Mary B. Magoffin
The Power Affair of 1918 and Cochise Countys Part in Arizonas Greatest Manhunt Dan R. Roberts
A Tribute to Winifred Meskus Cindy Hayostek

51. --- VOL. 18, No. 1 Spring 1988
The Garfield Monument: An 1886 Memorial of the Buffalo Soldiers in Arizona Mark F. Baumler and Richard V. N. Ahlstrom
The Chiricahua Apaches: A Selected Bibliography Becky Orozco
The 1887 Earthquake William B. Loring

52. VOL. 18, No. 2 Summer 1988 O/P
My Father, The Doctor Adeline Greene Parks
Growing Up in Douglas, Arizona Charles B. Fleming
Taming Floodwaters: The SCS Effort in Bisbee Fred E. Johnson

53. --- VOL. 18, No. 3 Fall 1988
An Analysis of the Great Register of Cochise County, Arizona Territory, 1884 - James M. Crane
The Story of the San Pedro Valley During the Historic Period from 1535 to1853 - Larry D. Christiansen
A Brief History of Photographic Processes and Some Suggestions for Preservation of Old Photographs Joan Metzger and Barbara Bush

54. - VOL. 18, No. 4 Winter 1988
Some Observations Made on a Pack Trip into the Sierra Madre Mountains - Burt N. Smith
One View of the 1929 Battle at Naco Celina Sheppard The Back Pages

55. VOL. 19, No 1 Spring 1989   O/P
Introduction
The Camp at Bonita Canyon Cindy Hayostek
The Erickson Legacy: Faraway Ranch Eileen Rowedder
Working for the Lady Boss Larry Cannon
Bonita Canyon Reflections Cindy Hayostek
The Back Pages

56. VOL. 19, No. 2 Summer 1989    O/P
BISBEE MUSEUM PHOTOS
A Guide to the Photographic Archives of the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum Thomas Vaughn

57. VOL. 19, No. 3 Fall, 1989    O/P
Arizonas Forgotten Artist Mrs. A.Y. Smith O. Carroll Arnold
Pioneer Painter Myriam Toles
Douglass Copper City Brewery Largest in the State Cindy Hayostek

58. VOL. 19, No. 4 Winter 1989   O/P
SLAUGHTER PHOTO ALBUM
A Treasured Patchwork Quilt My Mothers Stories Adeline Greene Parks
The Slaughter Family Photograph Albums Reba N. Wells
The Family Photo Album Tom Vaughn

59. VOL. 20, No. 1 Spring 1990    O/P
Douglas Airman Survives 2,000-foot Fall Don J. Armand
Training at Douglas Army Air Field Don J. Armand
History of Tenth Street USO, Douglas Lewis Orrell
Mexican Crystals: A Douglas Contribution to the War Effort Lewis Orrell
Book Reviews Cindy Hayostek

60. VOL. 20, No. 2 Summer 1990    O/P
Teacher at Hilltop Maryan Stidham
Letters to the Editor

61. VOL. 20, No. 3 Autumn 1990   O/P
Badger Clark in Arizona Roy Sterrett and Harry Woodward
A Badger Clark Sampler
A Picnic to Remember Nicky Owenby
Letter to the Editor

62. VOL. 20, No 4 Winter 1990    O/P
(Printed in error as Vol. 19, No. 4, Winter, 1990)
Major Grahams Road Larry D. Christiansen
A Short, Tragic Life Lester L. Lawson
The History of Extension Homemakers in Cochise County, Arizona - Annette M. Firth

63. VOL. 20, No. 1 Spring 1991   O/P
(Printed in error as Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1991)
CELEBRATING OUR 20th (Articles and Excerpts over the Past 20 years)
Cochise County Cultures in Conflict (Fall/Winter 1982)
Excerpts from The Garfield Monuments: An 1886 Memorial of the Buffalo Soldiers in Arizona (Spring 1989)
Excerpt from Bisbees Transition Years: 1899-1918 (Winter 1984)
Excerpt from Streetcars to the Smelters: An Historical Overview of the Douglas Street Railways, 1902-1924 (Spring 1986)
The San Bernardino Ranch (Winter 1985)
Ghost Riders in the Sky Stan Jones and Capp Watts (Summer/Fall 1972)

64. VOL. 20, No. 2 Summer 1991   O/P
Outlaw Baseball in the Old Copper League Lynn Bevill
The Back Pages

65. VOL. 20, No. 3 Autumn 1991   O/P
The Untimely and Unnecessary Deaths of Two Famous Army Officers - Richard A. Wood
Mabel Magill Brown interviewed by Sherry McWilliams
Alicia Gomez interviewed by Henry Wilkinson
Herlinda Tafoya interviewed by Michelle Irey
Rose Smith interviewed by Cheryl Cox
A Dogs Best Friend Adeline G. Parks

66. VOL. 20 N. 4 Winter 1991    O/P
Vignette of Huasabas, Sonora Francis Paco Leyva

67. - THE COCHISE COUNTY HISTORICAL AND ARCHAELOGICAL SOCIETY 1992 CALENDAR

68. - VOL. 21, No. 1 Spring 1992
Douglas As I Remember It, 1904-1919 A. Knickerbocker
A Letter to Tenna - Pearl Melissa Blackburn
The Superintendents Daughter Ellen L. Patton
The Back Pages

69. VOL. 21, No. 2 Summer 1992    O/P
Depression Days on the Ranch Maryan Stidham
The Back Pages

70. ---VOL. 21, No. 3 Autumn 1992   O/P
Murder at NO Springs Homer Ferguson
The Day Amelia Landed Peter Middleton
The McNeal Ladies Aid Society Mabel Brown
Maria and Her Boys Lannie Hardesty Hartman
Cochise, Zwing and RingoIdeas, Markers and Myths Larry Christensen

71. VOL. 21, No. 4 Winter 1992    O/P
Comments on Weldon F. Healds Sky Islands or Chiricahua Mountains - Vincent D. Roth
How I Went to Portal Myriam Toles
An 1864 Scout Through the Chiricahuas Allen C. Hayes
The Back Pages

72. VOL. 22, No. 1 Spring 1993   O/P
Honoring the Mosons Grace McCool
The Gateway Times: 1959-1967 Richard Dick W. Fulton
Fort Huachucas Role in World War II James P. Finley
The Back Pages

73. VOL. 22, No. 2 Summer 1993   O/P
The Bascom Affair Charles K. Mills
Two Forgotten Photographers of Arizonas Gilded Age Bruce Hooper
The Back Pages

74. ---VOL. 22, No. 3 Autumn 1993

Arizona Days (An excerpt from The Twilight of the Cavalry: Life in the Old Army, (1917-1942) Lucian K. Truscott
Two Camp Jones Officers Who Boarded at our House Charles B. Fleming
Narrative Batt. B 6 F.A. - Edgar H. Yule
The Back Pages

75. VOL. 22, No. 4 Winter 1993    O/P
A Letter to a Niece - Millard Haymore
The Life and Times of Rex McDonald Mary Magoffin
Family Information in Two Bibles Belonging to CCHAS
The Back Pages

76. - VOL. 23 No. 1 Spring 1994
Stronghold Memories Richard Shaw
The Back Pages

77. - VOL. 23, No. 2 Summer 1994
A Few Years on the OB Ranch, 1917 to 1936 Ellen Thompson Quimby
The Back Pages

78. VOL. 23, No. 3 Autumn 1994
Aimee in Douglas: A Portfolio Larry Christiansen and Cindy Hayostek
The Life of John W. Light Robert E. Yarmer
An Archaeological Survey of the International Border in the Douglas-Naco Area Rick and Sandy Martynec
The Back Pages

79. - VOL. 23, No. 4 Winter 1994
The Flying Tortilla and Other Stories H.C. Groton
The Back Pages

80. VOL. 24, No. 1 Spring 1995    O/P
Roots of the Calumet and Arizona H. Mason Coggin
A Potato Chip Factory in Douglas Junior Historian, Christopher Magoffin
Jefferson Davis Milton Junior Historian, Ginger C. Lee
The Story of my Great-Great Grandmother and Geronimo Junior Historian, Cynthia Margaillan
For Everything There is a Season Junior Historian, Bessie Mathewson
Growing Up in Cochise County Junior Historian, Samantha Kohn
The Back Pages

81. - VOL. 25, No. 2 Summer 1995
Lest We Forget: James Murphy of Bisbee Cindy Hayostek
Doolittle Raider: Chappie Macia of Tombstone Cindy Hayostek
They Also Served: Ashley Packard of Douglas Cindy Hayostek
Khaki Doll Beneath a Green Lampshade:
Joe Perotti of Tombstone Cindy Hayostek
Japan Surrenders: Ed Huxtable of Douglas Cindy Hayostek
The Back Pages

82. - VOL. 25, No. 3 Fall 1995
A Kid in Arizona William R. Gibson
The Back Pages

83. - VOL. 25, No. 4 Winter 1995
Orisoba O. Spence: A Footnote to Arizona History Robert R. Weilacher
The Robert Davis Hall Family Virginia Hershey

84. - VOL. 26, No. 1 Spring 1996
A History of Pearce Arizona Lillian Cheng

85. VOL. 26, No. 2 Summer 1996    O/P
Sew What? Club, Then Until Now Delane Blondeau
History of the Old Reed Place
Grandmothers Tales Alba Romero, Junior Historian
My Family History Luis Rene Valenzuela, Junior Historian
In the Army Joel Hernandez, Junior Historian
My Grandfathers Tales Mike Magoffin, Junior Historian
The Glenn Family: One Century of Ranching in Cochise County Bessie Mathewson, Junior Historian
The Back Pages
A Last Look

86. - VOL. 26, No. 3 Fall 1996
A Study of Lawlessness and Irrational Violence in the Urban Frontier Community of Tombstone, Arizona, Circa 1879 Dorothy Virginia Hershey

87. - VOL. 26, No. 4 Winter 1996
Anna Mac Clarke: A Pioneer in Military Leadership John M. Trowbridge
Multi-Engine Instructor Douglas Army Air Field 6 Dec. 1943/27 May 1944 - Don J. Armand
Letters to Rosa Lee Selected and Annotated by Cindy Hayostek
Book Reviews

88. - VOL. 27, No. 1 Spring/Summer 1997
LOUIS C. CURRYS MEMORIES OF WHITEHEAD RANCH:
Letter from the President John Lavanchy
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
Memories of Whitehead Ranch Louis Currys Early Days on Rucker Creek
Louis Curry: Biography
Tom Whitehead 19th Century Rancher & Restaurateur
Mary Burnett Magoffin Guardian of History
Junior Historians:
Sylvia Anne Miranda Calderon Daniel Calderon
Danny Ortega, Sr. Chris Romero
Clarence Cecil Collum Jessica Ramirez
Juan and Carmen Greer Alexis Greer
Elsa Flores Greg Obregon
Nora Romero Arely del Rio
Letters to the Editor

89. VOL. 27, No. 2 Fall/Winter 1997/1998   O/P
A HISTORY OF THE ARIZONA MARBLE COMPANY:
Letter from the President John Lavanchy
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
A History of the Arizona Marble Company Page Bakarich
Marble Quarrying in Arizona Special Correspondence
Page Bakarich: Biography
LaDorna and Amos Chenowth Guardians of History
Howard Chenowth The Story of a Cowboy
Junior Historians:
Brave Salvador Changes My Way of Life Virginia Araiza
Ida Ruth Huish Jesse Huish
A New World Leslie Flannigan
Ernestine Hoffman Robert Hoffman
Family History Victor Silva
Enriquetta Villalobos Jeanette Rios
A Hard-working Man and an Educated Woman Cristy Serrano
My Grandmother Dario Henao
Letters to the Editor

90. - VOL. 28, No. 1 Spring/Summer 1998
BENSON AND SOME SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES:
Letter from the President John Lavanchy
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
San Pedro Valley Arts & Historical Museum 1982-1998 Lucille Kowalczyk
Gone But Not Forgotten Bette Oldfather
Chinese Culture Liz Brenner
Doctors and Medicine:
Territorial Medicine Rose Veselak Land
Dr. C.S. Powell Janice L. Powell
Dr. J.N. Morrison Mary Scott
Poem: To Doc Morrison Maud Post
Mary Benne Aquirre Nedra Sunderland
Railroads and Their Effect on Bensons History Carol Tompkins
Kartchners and Kartchner Caverns
History of St. David
History of Pomerene Ruth Choate
Apache Dream George Hall
Timeline Jane Williams & Gloria Saunders
Vay Fenn Guardian of History Ruth Choate
Poetry Section:
Old Country Ruth Choate
A Cowboys Promise Maud Post
All Kinds of Cowboys Everett Brisendine
The Country Kitchen Bill Brandal
Pancho, Three Shots and a Skunk JoAnne Ellsworth
Letters to the Editor

91. - VOL. 28, No. 2 Fall/Winter 1998/1999
Presidents Letter John Lavanchy
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
Paul Spur Prologue
Paul Lime Plant
The Alfred Paul Family
Liz Ames Remembers
Early Days at Paul Spur
Christiansen Ranches
Rancho Sacatal/San Jose
Naco, Arizona
Arizona Cactus
Pioneers in Profile:
Rose Clinton Smith
Samuel Leiendeckers Family
Old Camp Wallen - Conrad McCormick
Roxie revisited
Guardians of History:
George Brown
Conrad McCormick
Remembering Alden Hayes Jeanne Williams
Junior Historians:
Elena Figueroa Ryan Allmon
Janet Varela Mike Torres
Lawrence H. Wicke Tyler Wicke
Virgia B. Heard Tyler Johnston
Elizabeth F. Viboch Christina Viboch
Andrea T. Diaz Melissa Gamez
Melvin H. Sherwood Jonathan Sherwood

92. - VOL. 29, No. 1 Spring/Summer 1999
Presidents Letter John Lavanchy
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
Death Signs the Guest Register
Part 1 The Em-Bar-Bee Desert Lodge
Part 2 Murder on the High Desert
Part 3 VisionQuest
Mabel Brown Writes
Webb Mothers Club
McNeal Ladies Aid Society
(Poem) McNeal Ladies Aid by R.L. Burton
McNeal Cemetery
The Elfrida Post Office
Van Meter Park in Elfrida
Mabel Browns Biography
Pioneers in Profile:
Robert Tyler Webb, AZ
C.S. Wooldridge
C.S. and Edith Wooldridge
Guardians of History:
Mamie Trappman Grizzle by Mary Magoffin
Vera (and Jack) Mills
Dale Mortenson All Arizona Superintendent
Xavier Zaragoza

93. - VOL. 29 No. 2, Fall/Winter 1999/2000
Presidents Letter John Lavanchy
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
The Mascot & Western Railroad Phyllis de la Garza
Historic Railroad Avenue, Willcox AZ Phyllis de la Garza
Arizona in the 50s, Capt. James Henry Tevis, Founder of Bowie AZ Belle Waller Thumm & Minnie Tevis Davenport
Larry Areingdale & Capt. Tevis Larry Areingdale
Trailing Apaches Capt. H.F. Jordan, US Army, Ret.
Pioneers in Profile:
J. Ernest Browning Page Bakarich
Marie Mila Allaire Betty Accomazzo
Guardians of History
Marie Wien Page Bakarich
Rose Gill Bree Page Bakarich
Junior Historians:
Rudy Ramirez Natasha Ramirez
Two Stories of the Whelan Family Tirza & Amy Whelan
Rex Allen Mary Leighton
We Get Letters

94. - VOL. 30, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2000
Map of Benson Area
Presidents Letter Page Bakarich
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
Bensons Interesting People:
Jack the Ripper Kerney Egerton
Dr. J.M. Hesser
Val Kimbrough
W.A. Bill Jones Sharilyn Rogers Cox
Soledad Wo Sharilyn Rogers Cox
Bensons Interesting Places:
Public Library
Skyline Pavilion
Cascabel Flood Jessie Miller
Dragoon Past & Present Shirley Harris
Dragoon Springs Grace McCool
Pioneers in Profile:
Leonard D. Redfield
Dr. Issac Henry & Sally Watkins Janice Ryan Bryson
Junior Historians:
Interviews of the Past - Grail & Zeliegh Reilly
Pomerenes First Name - Kelsey Webb
Cochise County - David Peterson

95. --- VOL. 30, No. 2 Fall/Winter 2000/2001
Editors Notes
1871 Cavalry Patrol
Tombstone Gets Connected
Carr Reef Commerce
Some Ghost Towns
Guardian of History
Louise Fenn Larson
Pioneers in Profile
Parker Family History
Parker Canyon Memories
Grace McCool
Bring Your Father
The Ranch
Junior Historian
Ranch Grandma

96. - VOL. 31, No. 1 DOUGLAS CENTENNIAL ISSUE 2001
Presidents Letter Bill Hudspeth
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
Douglas History 1936 Dr. Lynn J. Tuttle
Growing Up in Douglas in the Early Days Ernie Ruterman
Soldiers Hole Monument
My Father, The Doctor Adeline Green Parks
Sweet Adaline Gladys E. Dunham
Guardian of History Liz Ames
In Memorium, Page Bakarich

97. --- VOL. 31, No. 2 DOUGLAS CENTENNIAL ISSUE 2001
Presidents Letter Bill Hudspeth
Editors Notes Ellen Cline
King Copper
Railroad in Douglas
Note from Peter Atonna
Streetcars Richard V. Francaviglia
Arizona Days (Camp Harry J. Jones) Lucian K. Truscott
Flight in Douglas
Relampagos Story
Race on the Wind Bud Strom
Pioneers in Profile
Dan C. Best Family
Douglas As I Remember It, 1904-1919 A. Knickerbocker
Guardians of History
Nanette and Harry Ames

98. --- Special Publication:
The Story of Soldiers Hole by Mary Magoffin



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