Ysleta del Sur Pueblo - Tigua Indian
Selected Bibliography ©
By Nicholas P. Houser, July 15, 2006
*Basic or General Source Concerning Ysleta del Sur Pueblo
Abel, Annie Heloise (edited by)
The Official Correspondence of James S. Calhoun, While Indian Agent At Santa Fé and Superintendent Of Indian Affairs In New Mexico, Washington, Government Printing Office.
Ackerly, Neal W., et. al.
1994 Historical and Modern Irrigation Systems in El Paso Texas, September 1994, Volume I: Overview (by Neal W. Ackerly, with contributions by Jeffery Fredine, Robert Harrison and Amie Vongvisith).
Adams, Eleanor B. (edited by)
1954 Bishop Tamaron's Visitation of New Mexico, 1760, Historical Society of New Mexico Publications in History, Vol. XV, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico.
Adams, Eleanor B., and Fray Angelico Chavez
1956 The Missions of New Mexico, 1776: A Description by Fray Francisco Atanasio Dominguez with Other Contemporary Documents, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press.
Almada, Francisco R.
1927 Diccionario de Historia, Georgrafía, y Biografía Chihuahuenses, Cd. Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico.
1945 Geografía del Estado de Chihuahua, Chihuahua (see: Houser research file for photocopy of Pg. 505-508, pertaining to Cd. Juárez. "Zaragoza, pueblo con 1,639 habitantes, Cabecera de la Sessión Municipal del mismo nombre. Fué fundado de acuerdo con el decreto del Congreso Local de 10. de Octubre de 1862 con vecinos de Isleta, de raza mexicana, que solicitaron previamente venir a radicarse a territorio del Estado, habiedole dado este nombre en honor del General Ignacio Zaragoza, ilustre vencedor de los francese en la batalla del 5 de mayo, que acababa de morir" (P. 508).
1955 Resumen de Historia del Estado de Chihuahua, Chihuahua.
Ayer, Edward E.
The Memorial of Fray Alonso de Benavides, 1630, annotated by F.W. Hodge, and C.F. Lummis, Chicago, Pg. 13-14.
Bancroft, Hubert Howe
1883 Native Races of North America, Myths, Languages. Vol. III, San Francisco, A.L. Bancroft and Co., Publishers.
History of the North Mexican States and Texas, Vol. II, The History Company, San Francisco.
1899 History of Arizona and New Mexicio, 1530-1888, Vol. XVII, San Francisco, The History Company.
Bandelier, Adolph F. A.
Final Report of Investigations among the Indians of the Southwestern United States, carried on mainly in the years from 1880 to 1885, Part I & II, Cambridge University Press.
The Bandelier Collection of Copies of Documents Relative To The History of New Mexico and Arizona, 1894-1895, published by the Archaeological Institute of America and the Hemingway Expedition, in the volume on Exhibitor, House Document, 3rd session, 1894-1895, Report to the Columbia Historical Exposition at Madrid, Vol. 31, 1892-1893, Washington, D.C.
1966 (See Burrus, E., The Bandelier Collection in the Vatican Library)
1966- The Southwestern Journals of Adolph F. Bandelier, Charles H. Lange and Carroll L. Riley, with Elizabeth M. Lange, editors, 1966-70, 4 vols. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press; Santa Fé: The School of American Research Museum of New Mexico Press.
Barnes, Thomas C, Thomas H. Naylor and Charles W. Polzer
1981 Northern New Spain, A Research Guide, Tucson, The University of Arizona Press.
Bartlett Papers (John Russell Bartlett)
N.D. Bartlett Manuscript, c.a. 1852, No. 1627 in Two Parts: Piro Vocabulary and Tigua Vocabulary, Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives, Bureau of American Ethnology.
Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora and Chihuahua, 1850-1853, Two Volumes, [republished 1965, The Rio Grande Press, Chicago, Ill].
Bartlett, John R., and James Mooney
1897 Kiowa Vocabulary by John R. Bartlett, 1897-1898, copied by George Biggs, with Sinecu and Isleta terms added in pencil by Mooney, 7 Pg., Sinecu and Isleta notes are marked: JD & 97 & D-15, Manuscript No. 454, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Baylor, George Wythe
Historical Stories of The Southwest, typed manuscript collection in El Paso Herald, 1900-1906, University of Texas at El Paso, Special Collections.
The Old Frontier: Events of Long Ago, Last Fight Between Apaches and Rangers in Texas, Frontier Times, Vol. 2, No. 11, August 1925, Bandera, Texas, J. Martin
Beckett, Patrick H. and Terry L. Corbett
Tortugas, Monograph No. 8, Coas, Las Cruces.
1992 The Manso Indians, COAs Publishing and Research, Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Benavides, Alonso de
1916 Benavides' Memorial of 1630, Mr. Edward E. Ayer, translator, Chicago, privately printed.
Bolton, Herbert D.
Notes on Clark’s – The Beginnings of Texas, The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, July 1908, 12(1):148-158.
1916 Spanish Explorations in the Southwest, 1542-1706, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons.
Bowden, Jocelyn J.
The Asarate Grant, August 1952, unpublished MA Thesis, History, Texas Western College of the University of Texas (201 Pg. with bibliography).
*1971 Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in the Chihuahuan Acquisition, Texas Western Press, The University of El Paso.
1972 The Captivity and Suffering of Mrs. Jane Wilson, Password, summer 1962, 17(2):51-67, The El Paso County Historical Society.
El Paso County Centennial Celebration, December 1 to 3, 1950, Official Souvenir Program El Paso County Centennial (Research note: contains historic & recent photographs; of special interest - photo of "First Commissioners Court Meeting in Ysleta in 1881", P. 48; "Street Scene in old Ysleta", P. 49; Tigua Indians Pg. 37, 46).
Indian Assimilation in the El Paso Area, New Mexico Historical Review, April 1987, 62(2):151-168, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
*Brown, Roy B., Patricia Fournier, David V. Hill, John A. Peterson, and Mark Willis
2004 “Settlement and Ceramic in Northern New Spain, A Case Study of Brown Ware Pottery and Historical Change,” pages 265-288, In: Surveying the Archaeology of Northwest Mexico, 2004, Edited by Gillian E. Newell and Emiliano Gallaga, Univesity of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Calleros, Cleofas, (Collection of)
*1953 Tigua Indians, Oldest Permanent Settlers in Texas, El Paso, American Printing Company, (16 P. booklet). [P. 6 shows photo of church in 1880s prior to bell tower transformation to a conical tower).
1950 Spanish Records of the Civil Government of Ysleta 1835, In Two Parts:(1) Spanish transcription; and (2) English translation and annotation by Elsie Campbell, unpublished MA Thesis, August 1950, El Paso, Texas Western College (reprinted Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, Vol. 4, 2001).
Decorme, Gerade, S.J.
*N.D. A Short History of Ysleta, pamphlet for the Ysleta Mission.
*N.D. Las Misiones del Valle del Paso, 1659-1960, Tomo II, Epoca Moderna 1821-1960, Unpublished manuscript, by Father Gerald Decorme, Ysleta Mission, 50 Pg. typed manuscript made June 26, 1962 and undated, prepared for the El Paso County Historical Society [Research note: Transcription by Lois Stanford, Ph.D.; Department of Anthropology, New Mexico State University].
*N.D. The Life in the Valley of El Paso in 1850, unpublished 6 page typed manuscript.
N.D. The Ben Dowell Collection, Special Collections, The University of Texas at El Paso. Acc. No. 556-556, M S031, Box 178 [assorted materials: typed memoir of Mary Dowell Phillips recorded by Major Richard F. Burges, May 26, 1934, newspaper clippings, etc.].
Duggan, Frank (compiled by)
N.D. Book of Baptisms of Ysleta Mission, 1792-1803, type transcription/translation with photocopy of microfilm of original, in Special Collection, University of Texas at El Paso.
Espinosa, J. Manuel
First Expedition of Vargas into New Mexico, edited by J.M. Espinosa, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico.
1941 Population of the El Paso District in 1692, January 1941, translated by J. Manuel Espinosa, Mid-America, 23(12):61-84, by the Institute of Jesuite History, Layola University, Chicago.
The Pueblo Indian Revolt of 1696, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
Fewkes, J. Walter
*1901 J. Walter Fewkes, Diary Notes, 1901, [Notebook] "Covering A Trip Through Colorado, New Mexico, West Texas, and Chihuahua", unpublished manuscript from the original diary, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. (Research note: see: Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Archives, Volume 3, 2000, Fewke’s Diary).
*1902 The Pueblo Settlements Near El Paso, Texas, Reprint: American Anthropologist, January-March, 1902, 4(1)57-75, New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons.