The Missions of The Pass of the North
Selected Bibliography for Students and Scholars
*Basic or General Sources
By Nicholas P. Houser ©
June 15, 2006
Adams, Eleanor B.
1954 Bishop Tamaron’s Visitation of New Mexico, 1760, edited by Eleanor B. Adams, University of New Mexico, Historical Society of New Mexico, February 1954,Vol. XV, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Alcázar, Angel de Velasco and Cleofas Calleros
1953 Historia del Templo de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Ciudad Juárez: Tipográfica International, 1953.
Antone, Evan Haywood and Morris A. Brown
1984 Portals at the Pas, El Paso Area Architecture to 1930, (pages 1-6 Socorro Mission and San Elizario Church), El Paso Chapter American Institute of Architects, El Paso, Texas.
Ayuntamiento de Cd. Juárez (Juárez Municipal Archives; Microfilm Spanish Language documents at the University of Texas at El Paso Library).
Bandelier, Adolph F. & Fanny R. (Charles W. Hackett, Editor)
1937 Historical Documents Relating to New Mexico, Nueva Vizcaya, and Approaches Thereto, to 1773, collected by Adolph F. Bandelier and Fanny R. Bandelier, 1937:III, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication.
1964-70 The Southwestern Journals of Adolph F. Bandelier, 1880-1882, 1883-1884, edited and annotated by Charles H. Lange and Carroll L. Riley, The University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Bartlett, John Russell
1965 Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora and Chihuahua, 1850-1853, Two Volumes (first published in 1854), The Rio Grande Press, Chicago.
Benavides, Alonso de
1965 The Memorial of Fray Alonso de Benavides, 1630. Translated by Mrs. Edward E. Ayer, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Bolton, Herbert E.
1960 “The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies,” American Historical Review, by Herbert E. Bolton, 1917:23:42-61.
1971 Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in the Chihuahuan Acquisition, Texas Western Press, The University of El Paso, El Paso, Texas, 231 pages.
*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.
*Burrus, Ernext J., S.J.
1984 “An Historical Outline of the Socorro Mission,” Password, XXIX, no. 3, Fall 1984, pp. 145-150.
*Calleros, Cleofas and Marjorie F. Graham
1931 “Exiled Priest First Jesuit in El Paso County.” In: El Paso Herald Post, Oct. 6, 1931. “La Altruista labor que hicieron los Padres Jesuitas hace 50 anos. In: El Continental, El Paso, Oct. 18, 1931.”
Diocese of El Paso, Texas, Texas Centennial Celebration, 1536-1936, American Printing Company, El Paso.
*1951 "El Paso's Missions and Indians. By Cleofas Calleros, Drawings by José B. Cisneros, Photography by Charles J. Perry, Sponsors by Leslie Reed, Printing by McMath Co., El Paso, Texas (48 pages).
*1952 "The Mother Mission, Our Lady of Mount Carmel," Written by Cleofas Calleros in collaboration with Marjorie F. Graham. American Printing Company, El Paso (16-page pamphlet. Sponsored by Ysleta Business Men's Association). "Juarez Mission Played Leading Role In Southwest Development," El Paso Times, April 20, 1952:44.
*1953 “Tigua Indians,” 16-page pamphlet by Cleofas Calleros in collaboration with Marjorie F. Graham, American Printing Company, El Paso.
1954 El Paso ... Then and Now (Volume VII of the History of El Paso, Texas), American Printing Company, El Paso.
1969 San Elizario Presidio-Mission, By Cleofas Calleros, K.C.S.G., Presidio de Nuestra Señora del Pilar y Glorioso San Jose, 1683 A.D. 32-page booklet.
n.d. Queen of the Missions, Our Lady of Guadalupe, pamphlet, 15-pages (ca. 1952).
Campbell, Elsie (See also Hendricks 2001)
1950 “The Civil Records of Ysleta del Sur,” MA Thesis, August 1950, Texas Western College, El Paso (Note: This source published in Ysleta Del Sur Archives, Vol. 4, April 2001, with English translation and Spanish Transcription and Spanish facsimile, annotated by Dr. Rich Hendricks).
2005 The Socorro Mission in Culture, Economic Development and the Political Historical Preservation along the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo, In: Latin American Perspectives, Nov. 2005, Vol. 6, No. 45, pages 8-27.
Casteñada, Carlos E.
1936 Our Catholic Heritage of Texas 1519-1936, 6 vols, Vol. 1, The Mission Era: The Founding of Texas, 1519-1693, Von Boeckmann-Jones Company, Austin.
Chávez, Armando B.
1970 Historia de la Ciudad Juárez.
Chávez, Fray Angelico
1957 Archives, 1678-1900 (of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe), Washington, D.C., Academy of American Franciscan History.
Clark, Harry W. "Skip" (See: Schuetz, M.K. 1980)
1993 “Studies, Construction, Restoration and Archaeological Investigations at the Socorro Mission Complex, Socorro, El Paso County,” Texas. Dec. 7, 1993, 47-pages, Research Paper, University of Texas at El Paso.