Index of Cochise County Historical Society Publications

Many past journals more than ten years old are available for free download on this page by clicking on the issue in the list below. Newer journals are available for purchase at $10 for members and $15 for non-members.

1. — Vol. 1, No. 1, March 1971 — Out of Print
Life and Times of Wyatt EarpJohn W. Gilchriese
Casas Grandes Water Control SystemCharles C. Di Peso
Prelude to the Battle of CibicuJohn H. Monnett
Salado Culture in Cochise CountyJack & Vera Mills

2. — Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1971 — Out of Print
Early Hunters and Gatherers in Southeastern ArizonaRic Windmiller
From Rocks to Gadgets: A History of Cochise CountyCarl Trischka
A Cochise Culture Human Skeleton from Southeastern ArizonaKenneth R. McWilliams

3. — Vol. 1, No. 3, September 1971 — Out of Print
A History of Cochise County, ArizonaCarl Trischka
Lizze Leake Never Owed But One Debt and Paid ItErvin Bond

4. — Vol. 1, No. 4, December 1971 — Out of Print
The New Mexico Territorial Mounted PoliceRichard D. Myers
Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from Two Sites in ArizonaT. M. J. Mulinski
The Jacob Scheerer StoryGlenn G. Dunham

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

6. — Vol. 2, No. 2 & 3, Summer/Fall 1972 — Out of Print
The Cochise Train RobberyGlenn G. Dunham
Ghost Riders in the Sky — Stan Jones and Capp WattsErvin Bond
The Battle of CibicuJohn H. Monnett
The Life of Irene Glenn BrodieLucille Wilbourn

7. — Vol. 2, No. 4, Winter 1972 — Out of Print
Cochise County Characters and CapersArchie L. Gee
Archaelogical Problems Existed in the San Pedro River ValleyRichard D. Myers
Tales of Early BisbeeMrs. L. R. Peterson

8. — Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 1973 — Out of Print
Some Ethnographic Notes on Mexican PotteryRichard D. Myers
Who Shot Johnny Ringo?Larry Christiansen
John Ringo's Death — Murder or Suicide?Ervin Bond
Cochise County Characters and CapersArchie L. Gee

9. — Vol. 3, No. 2 & 3, Summer/Fall 1973 — Out of Print
Butterfield's RouteJohn O. Theobald
Pioneers in ProfileGlenn G. Dunham
The Amos Wien Family — Pioneers in ProfileBeatrice Wien
The Gadsden HotelKay Gregor

10. — Vol. 3, No. 4, December 1973 — Out of Print
The Last Cattle DriveSally Powers Klump
"Bisbee No Good for Chinaman"Richard Stokes
Dos CabezasKay Gregor
Taped Interview Program at the Bisbee Civic Center and Mining and Historical MuseumRoger N. Weller
Cowboy Garb and How It GrewErma Laux

11. — Vol. 4, No. 1, March 1974 — Out of Print
Sweet AdalineGladys E. Dunham
"My Five Ways to See Cochise County from Douglas"Ervin Bond
Pottery and Its Archaeologicaly SignificanceErma Laux & Shirley Fralie

12. — Vol. 4, No. 2 & 3, June/September 1974 — Out of Print
Introduction — County School RecordsRuth D. Elliott
Sketch of Tombstone Schools, 1879–1974Mary B. Price
Some of the Teachers in Bisbee from 1881 to 1908Cora Thorp
A Pioneer SchoolWm. E. Moore
St. DavidCalvin S. Bateman
Benson SchoolsClara Ann Eder
Buena District Schools & The First School at Fort HuachucaRosa Farrell
Wilgus SchoolIrene Knott Sproul
Forrest School; Double Adobe School District No. 45; & Lone Oak SchoolRuth D. Elliott
Senator A. R. Spikes of BowieNellie Decherd Spikes
Douglas SchoolsKay Gregor
Those Were the DaysBarbara Spark
Douglas 1911 — Finding a Place to LiveHelen B. Keeling
Early Rural Schools in Cochise County as told by Elsie Toles, County Superintendent, to Myriam Toles Apache District No. 42; & Swisshelm School District No. 35Ruth D. Elliott
Palominas SchoolMrs. Ruth Tripp (Liendecker)
Beatrice Wien: Pioneer Teacher in Profile, as told to Glenn G. DunhamGlenn G. Dunham
Parochial Schools in Arizona; & Cochise CollegeRuth D. Elliott

13. — Vol. 4, No. 4, December 1974 — Out of Print
Bullets Across the Border: Part ILarry Christiansen
Pioneer JudgmentSally Powers Klump
Elsie TolesAuthor Unknown
Miss Edith StoweGladys Woods

14. — Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1975 — Out of Print
Capt. John Gregory BourkeJohn A. Turcheneske, Jr.
Bullets Across the Border: Part IILarry Christiansen
Marie Harr LeitchVera Mills

15. — Vol. 5, No. 2 & 3, Summer/Fall 1975
Christianity Came to Cochise CountyDr. Charles C. Di Peso
Benson: The First Baptist ChurchClara Ann Eder, from materials supplied by Mary Lou Turner
A Brief History of the Catholic Church in BensonMsgr. F. D. Rosettie
The Episcopal Church in BensonClara Ann Eder, aided by Helene Figy
The Community Presbyterian Church of BensonClara Ann Eder, from materials supplied by Rev. & Mrs. Gary Gard
Bisbee: First Baptist Church, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Christian Church, Latter Day Sts. (Mormon), Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church (an article on each church)Millicent W. Kasun
St. John's Episcopal ChurchMila Johnson Jolley
St. Stephen Nemanja Serbian Orthodox ChurchNick Balich & Mamie Bugen
Douglas: First Baptist Churchcopied from Anniversary Booklet, April 30, 1975
Immaculate Conception Church; St. Bernard's Catholic Church, & St. Luke's ChurchRuth D. Elliott
Christian Science SocietyPaula Nietert
First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)Author Unknown
St. Stephen's Episcopal ChurchAlice E. Cooper
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran ChurchRev. H. J. Hagedorn
Grace Methodist ChurchGarth Johnston
First Presbyterian ChurchMrs. E. J. (Ann) Huxtable, Jr.
The Mormon Church in St. DavidGwen Mayberry, from material supplied by Ruth Tilton
Pomerene Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sts.Shirley E. Barney
Tombstone: Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church; St. Paul's Episcopal Church; & Other Tombstone ChurchesIrene Sproul
Willcox United Methodist ChurchElizabeth R. Craig

16. — Vol. 5, No. 4, Winter 1975 - Out of Print
Bullets Across the Border: Part IIILarry Christiansen
The Southwest's Mounted PolicePhyllis W. Heald
Good Guys 'N Bad GuysJeanne L. Graham

17. — Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring 1976 — Out of Print
Ghosts of the Past: Don Ignacio and Dona Eulalia Elias and the History of their Hacienda on The Babocomari, Camp WallenRobert W. Munson
Ghost Towns of Cochise County — Charleston and Millville, Contention City, Sunnyside, Courtland, Fairbank, Dos Cabezas, and Pearce; & BibliographyJeanne E. Graham
(There are no other issues for 1976.)

18. — Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1977 — Out of Print (Printed in error as Vol. 8, No. 5)
The Story of Fort BowieAuthor Unknown
The Willcox Dry Lake: The Miracle MakerErvin Bond and Larry D. Christiansen

19. — Vol. 7, No. 2, Summer 1977
The Old Douglas International AirportRuth M. Reinhold (Reprinted from the Journal of Arizona History, Vol. 15, No. 4)

20. — Vol. 7, No. 3, Fall 1977 — Out of Print
Heritage '76, chronologyAuthor Unknown
Number Seven (Nacozar)Jeanne L. Graham

21. — Vol. 7, No. 4, Winter 1977 — Out of Print (Printed in error as Vol. 8, No. 4, Winter 1977)
The Gadsden Hotel: Douglas' Most Enduring, Magnificent Frontier Showpiece in the WestAuthor Unknown
A History of BensonDavid Dyer
Arizona, The Land God ForgotCharlie Brown

22. — Vol. 8, No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 1978 — Out of Print (Printed in error as Vol. 9, No. 1 & 2, Winter/Spring 1978)
Saga of a Southeastern Town (Douglas)Author Unknown
The Merger and Other Phelps Dodge ActivitiesAuthor Unknown
Rodeo Days in Douglas, ArizonaAuthor Unknown

23. — Vol. 8, No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 1978 & Vol. 9, No. 1, Spring 1979 (Triple Issue) - Out of Print
Henceforth and Forever Aimee and DouglasLarry D. Christiansen

24. — Vol. 9, No. 2, Summer 1979
The Canyon Named For a HeroJeanne L. Graham
Apaches, A Lost Nation, A Lost PeopleJeanne L. Graham

25. — Vol. 9, No. 3, Fall/Winter 1979 — Out of Print
The History of BisbeeEarl Simmons
Eleven additional articles concerning Bisbee first published in the Brewery Gulch Gazette

Fun and Good Times in Cochise County in the Early Days: All four issues in one volume (99 photos with captions)

27. — Vol. 11, No. 1, Spring 1981 — Out of Print
Tenth Anniversary of the Cochise Quarterly
Earp–Clanton Gunfight (Tombstone) BibliographyCharles K. Mills
Hiking NellIda K. Meloy

28. — Vol. 11, No. 2, Summer 1981
The Line Rider; & History of ElfridaDiana Sanford
The Fort Bowie StoryWilton E. Hoy

29. — Vol. 11, No. 3, Fall 1981 — Out of Print
Douglas History as Recalled Back in 1936Dr. L. J. Tuttle
The Dean's TaleDr. E. W. Adamson

30. — Vol. 11, No. 4, Winter 1981
National Register of Historic Places in Cochise County
Old Fort Huachuca
A Fort Bowie Christmas
The Brewery Gulch Gazette and The Cochise Quarterly
Brief History of the Brewery Gulch Gazette of Bisbee, AZ
The Cochise Quarterly contents, listed chronologically
Notes 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 — Out of Print
Traces of Early Man in Cochise County (with bibliography)John L. Kurdeka
The Amerind Foundation Cochise College Archaelogy Resource Center Digging for HistoryDiana M. Wakefield–Sanford
Join the Crusade to preserve Arizona's PastCathy Wertz
What You Can Do as an Untrained Amateur Interested in Archaeology

33. — Vol. 12, No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 1982 — Out of Print
Cochise County, Cultures in ConflictCharles K. Mills

34. — Vol. 13, No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 1983 — Out of Print
The making of a Boundary Between the United States and Mexico: A Study in Political GeographyDon Bufkin

35. — Vol. 13, No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 1983 — Out of Print
The Mormon Battalion in Cochise County and Adjacent AreasLarry D. Christiansen
Some Recollections of Marvin L. Follettoral history transcript (edited)

36. — Vol. 14, No. 1, Spring 1984
When the West Was YoungAnn L. Bright
The Apache Scare of 1924Beth Noland Willis

37. — Vol. 14, No. 2, Summer 1984 — Out of Print
The Day the Valley ShookLoraine Mackintosh
The Upper San Pedro ValleyRichard V. Francaviglia
The Wonderland of RocksEnid C. Howard

38. — Vol. 14, No. 3, Fall 1984 — Out of Print
Douglas Under Fire: An Account of Villa's Battle for Agua PrietaCarl H. Cole
Ervin Bond: "Mr. Cochise County"Larry D. Christiansen
An Historic Landmark: The Cochise HotelEnid C. Howard
Book Review of Mining Town Trolleys: A History of Arizona's Warren–Bisbee Railway, by Richard V. FrancavigliaTom Vaughn

39. — Vol. 14, No. 4, Winter 1984 — Out of Print
Early Bisbee and the Region, 1899–1918Tom Vaughn

40. — Vol. 15, No. 1, Spring 1985
On the Search for the Hidden History of Naco SchoolJesus Rubio
Some Cochise County Pioneers: As Seen by One of Themedited by Winifred G. Meskus

41. — Vol. 15, No. 2, Summer 1985 — Out of Print
A Different Look at Some PioneersGlenn G. Boyer & Betty A. Boyer
Merchant and Miner: Two Serbs in Early BisbeeMary Nicklanovich Hart

42. — Vol. 15, No. 3, Fall 1985 — Out of Print
Rock Art and Its Presence in Cochise CountyJane Kolber, art by Jane Kolber
The Amerind Foundation, Dragoon, AZAnne I. Woosley
Archaelogy on Foot: The San Bernardino Valley SurveyJohn E. Douglas
Anthropological Research Center, Cochise College, Update '85Diane Langston
The Christiansen Border Village Site (AZ:FF:9:1)John L. Kurdek, art by Irma F. Andrews

43. — Vol. 15, No. 4, Winter 1985 — Photocopy Only
The San Bernardino Ranch; Slaughter Ranch Outpost; & 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 — Out of Print
Streetcars to the Smelters: Historical Overview of the Douglas Street Railways, 1902–1924Richard V. Francaviglia

45. — Vol. 16, No. 2, Summer 1986 — Out of Print
"From Hell Itself": The Americanization of Mexico's Northern Frontier, 1821–1846David J. Weber
The Sosa/Soza Family of ArizonaSharon Johnson Mariscal

46. — Vol. 16, No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 1986
A MemoryHelon T. Hendrix
40-Odd Years AgoRobert D. Ellis
Absolam Benton Harvey's Diary (February – September 1864)

47. — Vol. 17, No. 1, Spring 1987 — Out of Print
Rogue of the Mascot MineEdward 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 Yers of Dedication to the Cattle Industry in Southeastern ArizonaTerry McNair McEuen

49. — Vol. 17, No. 3, Fall 1987
Border Boom Town: Douglas, Arizona (1900–1920)Diana Hadley

50. — Vol. 17, No. 14, Winter 1987
How the Spring of Contention Got its Name, As told by Stewart August "Pug" EnglishMary B. Magoffin
The Power Affair of 1918 and Cochise County's Part in Arizona's Greatest ManhuntDan R. Roberts
A Tribute to Winifred MeskusCindy Hayostek

51. — Vol. 18, No. 1, Spring 1988
The Garfield Monument: An 1886 Memorial of the Buffalo Soldiers in ArizonaMark F. Baumler and Richard V. N. Ahlstrom
The Chiricahua Apaches: A Selected BibliographyBecky Orozco
The 1887 EarthquakeWilliam B. Loring

52. — Vol. 18, No. 2, Summer 1988 — Out of Print
My Father, The DoctorAdeline Greene Parks
Growing Up in Douglas, ArizonaCharles B. Fleming
Taming Floodwaters: The SCS Effort in BisbeeFred E. Johnson

53. — Vol. 18, No. 3, Fall 1988
An Analysis of the Great Register of Cochise County, Arizona Territory, 1884James M. Crane
The Story of the San Pedro Valley During the Historic Period from 1535 to 1853Larry D. Christiansen
A Brief History of Photographic Processes and Some Suggestions for Preservation of Old PhotographsJoan Metzger and Barbara Bush

54. — Vol. 18, No. 4, Winter 1988
Some Observations Made on a Pack Trip into the Sierra Madre MountainsBurt N. Smith
One View of the 1929 Battle at NacoCelina Sheppard
The Back Pages

55. — Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring 1989 — Out of Print
The Camp at Bonita CanyonCindy Hayostek
The Erickson Legacy: Faraway RanchEileen Rowedder
Working for the Lady BossLarry Cannon
Bonita Canyon ReflectionsCindy Hayostek
The Back Pages

56. — Vol. 19, No. 2, Summer 1989 — Out of Print
A Guide to the Photograph Archivse of the Bisbee Mining and Historical MuseumThomas Vaughn

57. — Vol. 19, No. 3, Fall 1989 — Out of Print
Arizona's Forgotten Artist: Mrs. A. Y. SmithO. Carroll Arnold
Pioneer PainterMyriam Toles
Douglas's Copper City Brewery: Largest in the StateCindy Hayostek

58. — Vol. 19, No. 4, Winter 1989 — Out of Print
A Treasured Patchwork Quilt: My Mother's StoriesAdeline Greene Parks
The Slaughter Family Photograph AlbumsReba N. Wells
The Family Photo AlbumTom Vaughn

59. — Vol. 20, No. 1, Spring 1990 — Out of Print
Douglas Airman Survives 2,000-foot Fall; & Training at Douglas Army Air FieldDon J. Armand
History of Tenth Street USO, DouglasLewis Orrell
Mexican Crystals: A Douglas Contribution to the War EffortLewis Orrell
Book ReviewsCindy Hayostek

60. — Vol. 20, No. 2, Summer 1990 — Out of Print
Teacher at HilltopMaryan Stidham
Letters to the Editor

61. — Vol. 20, No. 3, Autumn 1990 — Out of Print
Badger Clark in ArizonaRoy Sterrett and Harry Woodward
A Badger Clark Sampler
A Picnic to RememberNicky Owenby
Letters to the Editor

62. — Vol. 20, No. 4, Winter 1990 — Out of Print (Printed in error as Vol. 19, No. 4, Winter 1990)
Major Graham's RoadLarry D. Christiansen
A Short, Tragic LifeLester L. Lawson
The History of Extension Homemakers in Cochise County, ArizonaAnnette M. Firth

63. — Vol. 20B, No. 1, Spring 1991 — Out of Print (Printed in error as Vol. 1, No. 1)
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 "Bisbee's Transition Years: 1899–1918" (Winter 1984)
"The San Bernardino Ranch" (Winter 1985)
"Ghost Riders in the Sky" (Summer/Fall 1972)Stan Jones and Capp Watts

64. — Vol. 20B, No. 2, Summer 1991 — Out of Print
Outlaw Baseball in the Old Copper LeaguesLynn Bevill
The Back Pages

65. — Vol. 20B, No. 3, Autumn 1991 — Out of Print
The Untimely and Unnecessary Deaths of Two Famous Army OfficersRichard A. Wood
Mabel Magill Browninterviewed by Sherry McWilliams
Alicia Gomezinterviewed by Henry Wilkinson
Herlinda Tafoyainterviewed by Michelle Irey
Rose Smithinterviewed by Cheryl Cox
A Dog's Best FriendAdeline G. Parks

66. — Vol. 20B, No. 4, Winter 1991 — Out of Print
Vignette of Huasabas, SonoraFrancis "Paco" Leyva


68. — Vol. 21, No. 1, Spring 1992
Douglas As I Remember It, 1904–1919A. Knickerbocker
A Letter to Tenna: The Superintendent's DaughterEllen L. Patton
The Back Pages

69. — Vol. 21, No. 2, Summer 1992 — Out of Print
Depression Days on the RanchMaryan Stidham
The Back Pages

70. — Vol. 21, No. 3, Autumn 1992 — Out of Print
Murder at NO SpringsHomer Ferguson
The Day Amelia LandedPeter Middleton
The McNeal Ladies Aid SocietyMabel Brown
Cochise, Zwing and Ringo… Ideas, Markers and MythsLarry Christensen

71. — Vol. 21, No. 4, Winter 1992 — Out of Print
Comments on Weldon F. Heald's "Sky Islands" or "Chiricahua Mountains"Vincent D. Roth
How I Went to PortalMyriam Toles
An 1864 Scout Through the ChiricahuasAlden C. Hayes
The Back Pages

72. — Vol. 22, No. 1, Spring 1993 — Out of Print
Honoring the MosonsGrace McCool
The Gateway Times: 1959–1967Richard "Dick" W. Fulton
Fort Huachuca's Role in World War IIJames P. Finley
The Back Pages

73. — Vol. 22, No. 2, Summer 1993 — Out of Print
The Bascom AffairCharles K. Mills
Two Forgotten Photographers of Arizona's Gilded AgeBruce 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 HouseCharles B. Fleming
Narrative Batt. B 6 F.A.Edgar H. Yule
The Back Pages

75. — Vol. 22, No. 4, Winter 1993 — Out of Print
A Letter to a NieceMillard Haymore
The Life and Times of Rex McDonaldMarry Magoffin
Family Information in Two Bibles Belonging to CCHAS
The Back Pages

76. — Vol. 23, No. 1, Spring 1994
Stronghold MemoriesRichard Shaw
The Back Pages

77. — Vol. 23, No. 2, Summer 1994
A Few Years on the OB Ranch, 1927 to 1936Ellen Thompson Quimby
The Back Pages

78. — Vol. 23, No. 3, Autumn 1994
Aimee in Douglas: A PortfolioLarry Christiansen and Cindy Hayostek
The Life of John W. LightRobert E. Yarmer
An Archaeological Survey of the International Border in the Douglas–Naco AreaRick and Sandy Martynec
The Back Pages

79. — Vol. 23, No. 4, Winter 1994
The Flying Tortilla and Other StoriesH. C. Groton
The Back Pages

80. — Vol. 24, No. 1, Spring 1995 — Out of Print
Roots of the Calument and ArizonaH. Mason Coggin
A Potato Chip Factory in DouglasJunior Historian Christopher Magoffin
Jefferson Davis MiltonJunior Historian Ginger C. Lee
The Story of my Great-Great Grandmother and GeronimoJunior Historian Cynthia Margaillan
For Everything There is a SeasonJunior Historian Bessie Mathewson
Growing Up in Cochise CountyJunior Historian Samantha Kohn
The Back Pages

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

82. — Vol. 25, No. 3, Fall 1995
A Kid in ArizonaWilliam R. Gibson
The Back Pages

83. — Vol. 25, No. 4, Winter 1995
Orisoba O. Spence: A Footnote in Arizona HistoryRobert R. Weilacher
The Robert Davis Hall FamilyVirginia Hershey
The Back Pages

84. — Vol. 26. No. 1, Spring 1996
A History of Pearce ArizonaLillian Cheng
The Back Pages

85. — Vol. 26, No. 2, Summer 1996 — Out of Print
Sew What? Club, Then Until NowDelane Bolndeau
History of the Old Reed Place
Grandmother's TalesJunior Historian Alba Romero
My Family's HistoryJunior Historian Luis Rene Valenzuela
In the ArmyJunior Historian Joel Hernandez
My Grandfather's TalesJunior Historian Mike Magoffin
The Glenn Family: One Century of Ranching in Cochise CountyJunior Historian Bessie Matthewson
The Back Pages

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

87. — Vol. 26, No. 4, Winter 1996
Anna Mac Clarke: A Pioneer in Military LeadershipJohn M. Trowbridge
Multi-Engine Instructor: Douglas Army Air Field, 6 Dec. 1943 to 27 May 1944Don J. Armand
Letters to Rosa Leeselected and annotated by Cindy Hayostek
Book Reviews

88. — Vol. 27, No. 1, Spring/Summer 1997
Letter from the PresidentJohn Lavanchy
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
Memories of Whitehead Ranch: Louis Curry's Early Days on Rucker CreekLouis Curry Biography
Tom Whitehead: Nineteenth Century Rancher & Restauranteur
Guardian of History: Mary Burnett Magoffin
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 — Out of Print
Letter from the PresidentJohn Lavanchy
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
A History of the Arizona Marble CompanyPage 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"Jeannette 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
Letter from the PresidentJohn Lavanchy
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
San Pedro Valley Arts & Historical Museum 1982–1998Lucille Kowalczyk
Gone But Not ForgottenBette Oldfather
Chinese CultureLiz Brenner
Doctors and Medicine: Territorial MedicineRose Veselak Land; Dr. C.S. PowellJanice L. Powell; Dr. J.N. MorrisonMary Scott; & Poem: To Doc MorrisonMaud Post
Mary Benne AquirreNedra Sunderland
Railroads and Their Effect on Benson's HistoryCarol Tompkins
Kartchners and Kartchner Caverns
History of St. David
History of PomereneRuth Choate
Apache DreamGeorge Hall
TimelineJane Williams & Gloria Saunders
Vay Fen: Guardian of HistoryRuth Choate
Poetry Section: Old CountryRuth Choate; A Cowboy's PromiseMaud Post; All Kinds of CowboysEverett Brisendine; The Country KitchenBill Brandal; & Pancho, Three Shots and a SkunkJoAnne Ellsworth
Letters to the Editor

91. — Vol. 28, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1998/1999
President's LetterJohn Lavanchy
Editor's NotesEllen 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 Leindecker's Family
Old Camp WallenConrad McCormick
Roxie Revisited
Guardians of History: George Brown & Conrad McCormick
Remembering Alden HayesJeanne 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
President's LetterJohn Lavanchy
Editor's NotesEllen 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 Cemetary; The Elfrida Post Office; & Van Meter Park in Elfrida
Mabel Brown's Biography
Pioneers in Profile: Robert Tyler—Webb, AZ; and Edith Wooldridge
Guardians of History: Mamie Trappman GrizzleMary Magoffin and Vera (& Jack) Mills
Dale Mortenson: All Arizona SuperintendentXavier Zaragoza

93. — Vol. 29, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1999/2000
President's LetterJohn Lavanchy
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
The Mascot & Western RailroadPhyllis de la Garza
Historic Railroad Aveue, Willcox AZPhyllis de la Garza
Arizona in the '50s, Capt. James Henry Tevis, Founder of Bowie AZBelle Waller Thumm & Minnie Tevis Davenport
Larry Areingdale & Capt. TevisLarry Areingdale
Trailing ApachesCapt. H.F. Jordan, US Army, Ret.
Pioneers in Profile: "J. Ernest Browning"Page Bakarich; "Marie 'Milla' Allaire"Betty Accomazzo
Guardians of History: Marie Wien & Rose Gill BreePage Bakarich
Junior Historians: "Rudy Ramirez"Natasha Ramirez; & "Two Stories of the Whelan Family"Tirza and Amy Whelan
Rex AllenMary Leighton
We Get Letters

94. — Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2000
Map of Benson Area
President's LetterPage Bakarich
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
Benson's Interesting People: Jack the RipperKerney Egerton; Dr. J.M. Hesser; Val Kimbrough; W.A. "Bill" Jones; & Soledad WoSharilyn Rogers Cox
Benson's Interesting Places: Public Library; Skyline Pavilion; & Cascabel FloodJessie Miller
Dragoon Past & PresentShirley Harris
Dragoon SpringsGrace McCool
Pioneers in Profile: Leonard D. Redfield; & Dr. Isaac Henry and Sally WatkinsJanice Ryan Bryson
Junior Historians: "Interviews of the Past"Grail and Zeliegh Reilly; "Pomerene's First Name"Kelsey Webb; & "Cochise County"David Peterson

95. — Vol. 30, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2000/2001
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
1871 Cavalry PatrolConrad McCormick
Tombstone Gets ConnectedDavid F. Myrick
Carr Reff CommerceWilliam B. Gillespie
Some Ghost TownsJeannie L. Graham
Guardian of History: Jouise Fenn Larson Pioneers in Profile: Parker Family HistoryHoward Lindsey; Parker Canyon MemoriesMary Burnett Magoffin & Grace McCool; Bring Your FatherMike Bakarich
The RanchJames E. Bakarich
Junior Historian: "Ranch Grandma"Jacey Jones

96. — Vol. 31, No. 1, DOUGLAS CENTENNIAL ISSUE 2001
President's LetterBill Hudspeth
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
Douglas History: 1936Dr. Lynn J. Tuttle
Growing Up in Douglas in the Early DaysErnie Ruterman
Soldiers Hole Monument
My Father, The DoctorAdeline Green Parks
Sweet AdalineGladys E. Dunham
Guardian of History: Liz Ames
In Memorium, Page Bakarich

97. — Vol. 31, No. 2, DOUGLAS CENTENNIAL ISSUE 2001
President's LetterBill Hudspeth
Editor's NotesEllen Cline
King Copper
Railroad in Douglas
Note from Peter Atonna
StreetcarsRichard V. Francaviglia
Arizona Days (Camp Harry J. Jones)Lucian K. Truscott
Flight in Douglas
Relampago's Story
Race on the WindBud Strom
Pioneers in Profile: Dan C. Best Family; & Douglas As I Remember It, 1904–1919A. Knickerbocker
Guardians of History: Nanette and Harry Ames

Special Publication:
The Story of Soldiers HoleMary Magoffin

98. — Vol. 32, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2002
Organizations of the Douglas/Williams House
President's LetterBill Hudspeth
Editorial LetterMary magoffin
Wagons Ho!John Lavanchy
Butterfield Stage Rides AgainJohn Lavanchy
Boy Scouts Re-Fence Slaughter CemeteryGary Thomson
Cochise County Historical SocietyMary Magoffin
Douglas Historical SocietyNanette J. Ames
Nan and Harry Ames Receive Award
Douglas High School Alumni AssociationPat Davis
Cochise Genealogical SocietyJennings Lee Johnson
CCHS Quarterly and Journal Index 1971–2001

99. — Vol. 32, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2002/2003
President's LetterBill Hudspeth
Editorial LetterNorma Lavanchy
Skeleton CanyonMary Magoffin
Glenn Era at Slaughter RanchWendy Glenn
Slaughter Ranch MuseumHarvey Finks
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
The Muheim Heritage House
Henry F. Hauser Museum
Rose Tree Inn Museum
Frontier Relics Museum
San Pedro Valley Arts & Historical Museum
Guardians of History: Paul Huber and Roy Manley

100. — Vol. 33, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2003
Editorial LetterNorma Lavanchy
Harry Ames Memorial
Pearce's Commonwealth MinePat Robertson
Pearce or Price?
The Old Pearce Merchantile
Brief History of Pearce SchoolJim Burnett
Old Timer's RendezvousMary Magoffin
Cornishman Discovers GoldPatty Burris
Guardians of History: Bill Hudspeth and Bonnie J. Matney
Jay Van Orden RetiresAnn I. Woosley, Ph.D. and Jay Van Orden
Book Review, "Ramona"Mary Burnett

101 — Vol. 33, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2003
Editorial Letter
Guardians of History: John & Norma Lavanchy and Ellen Cline
El Coronado Ranch 1900–2003Mary Magoffin
The Neighborhood: Grandma PriceMary Burnett; The Sanders FamilyMary Magoffin and Ethel & Jerry Sanders; The SmithsLouise Smith; William KnottMary Ella Cowen; SunglowSusan Nunn & Olive Bernett
Book Review: "Sequel to Ramona"Mary Burnett

102. — Vol. 34, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2004
Editorial Letter
Guardians of History: Elizabeth Husband and Ruby Spurgeon
Memories of DragoonRuby Nuttall Spurgeon
Reminiscences of Uncle Billy Fourr
4F Ranch Today
WWII Japanese Spies at the Triangle TJane Eppinga
Memories of a Little KidDale A. Adams
Book ReviewMary Burnett

103. — Vol. 34, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2004
Sulphur SpringsHarry O'Neil
About the Author
Editoral Letter

104. — Vol. 35, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2005
With notes on Paradise, Lone Oak and Apache
Editorial Letter
Compiler's NotesJeanne Williams
Area School NotesAlden Hayes
How I Went to PortalMyriam Toles
School Recollections: Sally Richards, Fin Richards, Rosalie Gilliland, Elvira Cox Scott, Ralph W. Morrow, Alice & Scotty Anderson, Eric Hayes, Marilyn Bagwell Hoffman, Zoe Chew, Carl Chew, Paul Chew, Sheila Rivers Clark, and Ted Troller

105. — Vol. 35, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2005
Tres Alamos: A Place ForgottenHarry E. O'Neil

106. — Vol. 36, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2006
Sierra Vista 50th Birthday EditionEthel Jackson Price
Part I: Honoring Ethel Berger
Part II: Early Days
Part III: Recent History

107. — Vol. 36, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2006
Settling in East Cochise Stronghold CanyonJonetta Holt
Editorial Letter
Timeline (1871–72 - June 6, 1917)
Cochise's Stronghold
The Chiricahua Reservation
John A. Rockfellow et all, start at the Stronghold
1885–86: Soldiers Occupy the Canyon
Homesteading in the Canyon
Red Warren's Home
A Few Acres (The Walns)
An Old Adobe
Those Passing Through
The Rockfellows Remain
The Shillings Build a Rock House
Rangers in the Canyon

108. — Vol. 37, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2007
First Watch: The History of the Sierra Vista Police Department
The First Fifty Years: May 26, 1956 to May 26, 2006David A. Santor (Chief of Police, Retired)

109. — Vol. 37, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2007
First Watch: The History of the Sierra Vista Police Department
The First Fifty Years: May 26, 1956 to May 26, 2006, Part 2David A. Santor (Chief of Police, Retired)

110. — Vol. 37, No. 3, Special Winter 2007
Celebrating the Life of Mary B. Magoffin, 1927–2007Ethel Jackson Price

111. — Vol. 38, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2008
Douglas International Airport
The Dedication of the Douglas International AirportChris Overlock
The Old Douglas International AirportRuth M. Reinhold

112. — Vol. 38, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2008
Doing What Needed to Be Done: Jessie Bevan and Susie Cardiff Patrick, The Stories of Two Women in Early Cochise County HistoryJanolyn Lo Vecchio and Rebecca Orozco

113. — Vol. 39, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2009
The Territorial Industrial School: A Failed InstitutionW. Lane Rogers
Guadalupe Canyon: A 19th Century OverviewMary B. Magoffin

114. — Vol. 39, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2009 & Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2010
Special Issue: Reprint of the First Four Issues of the Cochise Quarterly from 1971

115. — Vol. 40, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2010
The Men and Women who have served as Cochise County Treasurer, 1881–2012Marsha Bonham, Mariann Fletcher, Pam Munsey, and Kevin Pyles (Arizona Centennial Legacy Project)

116. — Vol. 41, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2011
The Towns of Cochise County: Tombstone
Goose Flats, Arizona TerritoryJanice Hendricks
Endicott Peabody in Tombstone ArizonaS. J. Reidhead
A Monument to the Pioneers and Settlers of TombstoneRita Ackerman
Keeper of the Flame, George Whitwell ParsonsS. M. Ballard
Tombstone's CourthouseLinda Weiland
Tombstone's Hearts of OakJanice Hendricks
FIRE!S. M. Ballard
Wyatt Earp's Tombstone Home Site DiscoveredJohn Rose
Sin, Silver and the Tombstone EpitaphGary Ledoux
Tombstone's Shady LadyRita Ackerman

117. — Vol. 41, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2011
The People of Cochise County, AZ
Cochise County Arizona Centennial Committee
Brief biographies on thirty-four prominent Cochise County residents by various unnamed authors

118. — Vol. 42, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2012
The Towns of Cochise County: Double Adobe History of Double AdobeMargaret Bemis
Double Adobe SchoolMargaret Bemis
Ranching in the Double Adobe AreaPat English
Farming in Double AdobeAaron Cardona
The Farming Families of Double AdobeEleanor Hill, et al
Significant Events in Double Adobe HistoryMargaret Bemis
Rural Electrification Administration (REA)Pat English
Organizations that Helped Form the CommunityJoan Cardona, Eleanor Hill, Margaret Bemis, and Doug & Lou Ann Ralston

119. — Vol. 42, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2012
Our Little Corner of Cochise County 1912
ForwardTom Shupert
The San Pedro Valley and Our Community in 1912David Santor & Tom Shupert
White CityDavid Santor
Homesteading in the AreaEd Riggs
Buena SettlementTom Shupert
Hereford and PalominasSuzanne Arnold
Fort Huachuca in February 1912Steve Gregory
Transportation in the Nineteen-teensTom Shupert
The San Pedro River in 1912Gary Noonan
Area Ranching and FarmingBetty Escapule
Life in the CanyonsRosemary Snapp
Mining in the Huachuca MountainsJoe Pais
Woodcutters in the CanyonsTom Shupert
Buena District SchoolsRosa Farrell
Hereford and Palominas SchoolsSuzanne Arnold
Book ReviewsFred Rusch

120. — Vol. 43, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2013
Ghost Towns of Cochise County Arizona: Sunnyside, Gleeson, and Courtland
Sky Island Rigteousness Above a Desert of Sin: "Donnellite" Seeds in Sunnyside CanyonBruce A. Peterson
Laws and Lawmen in Gleeson; Courtland: An Historical Overview; Law and Order in Courtland; & RailroadsGlenn Snow
Book ReviewsFred Rusch

121. — Vol. 43, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2013
An Historic Look at the Chiricahua Mountain Area of Cochise County
Pioneer Graves of the Chiricahua MountainsBill Cavaliere
Early Sawmills of the ChiricahuasJonathan Patt
The Last Fifteen Years of C. S. Fly: From a Chiricahua Mountain PerspectiveCraig McEwan

122. — Vol. 44, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2014
Willcox, Arizona: 1900, The Year Warren Earp Was KilledKathy Klump
Book ReviewBill Cavaliere

123. — Vol. 44, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2014
The History of Baseball in Cochise CountyMike Anderson

124. — Vol. 45, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2015
Journey Stories
Native Americans in Cochise County & The Spanish IncursionBecky Orozco
Journey to Sierra VistaTom Shupert
Nola's JourneyWalker Family and Tom Shupert
Journey of the Buffalo Soldiers & Journey to Ft. Huachuca: Colored Officers' ClubCharles Hancock
Journeys to Brown Canyon RanchCarol Spessard, Jose Garcia, & Sarah and Rebecca Barchas
Palominas/Hereford JourneysMaryFrances Clinton, Suzanne Arnold, and John Smith
The Cattle's Journey; & Range Conservation JourneysRachel Thomas, Ruth Evelyn Cowan, Suzanne Arnold, and Jack Ladd
Memories of Life on the San Pedro RiverBetty Foster Escapule
Mormon Battalion Marches Through ArizonaAngela Camara
Journey of the Rails: Early Railroads in Cochise CountyBob Nilson
Journey of the Butterfield Stage, 1858–1861Gerald T. Ahnert
Journey to Texas CanyonDiane and Jack Moody, Elva Lane Shilling, and Tom Shupert
C. S. Fly's Journey to the Chiricahua Mts.; & C. S. Fly's Journey to Sierra VistaCraig McEwan
Journey to TombstoneNancy Lewis Sosa
Journeys to Gleeson/CourtlandGlen Snow
Bisbee JourneysAnnie Graeme Larkin and Richard W. Graeme III
One Man's Journey to Camp NacoChristine Rhodes
Journey to Double AdobeTom Shupert
Journey to Flight: Douglas AviationCindy Hayostek

125. — Vol. 45, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2015
The Soldier NaturalistsBill Cavaliere
The Siberian Doughboys of the Borderlands: The Collective Experience of the Southwesterners Who Went to Russia, 1918–1920Craig McEwan
Comprehensive Index of all CCHS Publications, 1971–2015

126. — Vol. 46, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2016
50th Anniversary Issue 1966–2016
List of CCHS Past Presidents
Butterfield Makes the Southern Overland Trail His OwnGerald Anhert
Butterfield Stagecoaches and Stage WagonsGerald Anhert
A Look at the Dragoon Springs Stage Station CemeteryGerald Anhert
Book ReviewBill Cavaliere

127. — Vol. 46, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2016
50th Anniversary Issue 1966–2016
Graves of the Victims of the Guadalupe Canyon MassacreMichael Eberhardt
The Remarkable William "Billy" Fourr: Arizona PioneerS.L. Denny
My Great-Grandfather Billy FourrRoy Fourr
History of Willcox Lodge #10, Free & Accepted Masons of ArizonaKathy Klump
Book ReviewCraig McEwan
Book ReviewBill Cavaliere
Two New Books About Local HistoryKathy Klump
Obituary of John Magoffin

128. — Vol. 47, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2017
100th Anniversary of the Bisbee Deportation Issue
The Bisbee Deportation: Rationalization, Pretexts & ReasonsDaniel Frey
July 1917: The Bisbee DeportationCharles Bethea
Forgotten Men: The Odyssey of the Bisbee DeporteesMike Anderson
Rosa McKay and Her Article in "Appeal to Reason"Laurie McKenna
Letter to the Editor

129. — Vol. 47 - No. 2, Fall/Winter 2017
100th Anniversary Issue of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Bisbee
Everett "Jay" Jones: Remembering Life in 20th Century DouglasEverett "Jay" Jones & George Van Otten
Louise Kimble: Matriarch of a Ranching FamilyBill Cavaliere
The Menmoniers of Cochise CountyRebecca Orozco
La Verne Kennedy Williams: A Living LegendMargaret Bemis
Guy Miller: The End of an EraBill Cavaliere
Catholic History in the Bisbee/Naco Area, 1877-2017Ruth Dugie
Tell Us More About This Photograph
Letter to the Editor
Essay Contest - Rules

130. — Vol. 48, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2018
The 1882 Tour of General William Tecumseh Sherman to Southeastern Arizona TerritoryBrad Smith
The Bisbee–Douglas Jewish Cemetary: An Ongoing Study in PreservationJaimie Luria
Corrections to the History of Catholic BisbeeCraig McEwan

131. — Vol. 48 - No. 2, Fall/Winter 2018
Apaches and THeir HorsesDeni Seymour
An Overview of Human Settlement Along the Banks of the Upper San Pedro River of ArizonaGeorge Van Otten & Doug Hocking
Friends Lost: LaVerne Kennedy WilliamsMargaret Bemis & Rebecca Orozco
Friends Lost: Edwin Sweeney, The Loss of a Great HistorianBill Cavaliere
Opie Rundle Burgess Lea and Corrections to “Corrections…”
Letter to the Editor
Guadalupe Méndez Guerrero, A Eulogy

132. — Vol. 49, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2019
The Great John L.’s Visit to TombstoneKevin Bowler
The Schweikart FamilyBurl Gottlieb Schweikart, Ellie Schweikart Vaughn, & Margaret Bemis
Our Summer on the Ranch, 1951Alaire Tenney, prologue by Peta-Anne Tenney
Doubtful Canyon: It’s Doubtful You’ll Make it Through AliveDoug Hocking
CCHS Essay ContestBill Cavaliere & Craig McEwan
Fort BowieAmmanuel “Manny” Tapia
The Boss Ranch: 109 Years and Still Going StrongPeggy Noland Boss
Book Review: Douglas C. McChristian, Fort Bowie, Arizona: Combat Post of the Southwest, 1858-1894review by Bill Cavaliere
Book Review: Anthony Hernandez & Richard Hernandez, Two for You, One for Mereview by Craig McEwan
Mystery Photograph Solved
Letter to the Editor

133. — Vol. 49, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2019
Two Important Messages to CCHS Members: Logo Contest and Field Trip Notifications
A Valley Homestead - Beverly Burnett Woods
1884 Bisbee Massacre Trials, The Prosecution’s Strategy - Stanley A. Lehman
A Review of Stanley A. Lehman’s “1884 Bisbee Massacre Trials, The Prosecution’s Strategy” - David Grasse
Peggy Sue Boss - Craig McEwan
The Lyall Family of Cochise County - Dale Lyall
New Book! Signs of Bisbee - Douglas Dunn

134. — Vol. 50, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2020
The Cochise County Historical Society’s Liz Ames Memorial Scholarship
Postal Peculations, Bisbee, Arizona: L.R. Bailey, Matt Keaton, and Hattie Luke - Patricia Davidson-Peters
The Allaire Family of Arizona - Peta-Anne Miller Tenney
Medals of Honor Denied: The Army Failed Two Soldiers at the Battle of Chiricahua Pass in October 1869 - Michael C. Eberhardt
The Revolutionary Chili Pepper, Part I: The Americas’ Own Spice That Conquered the World - Craig McEwan
The Sacramento Concentrator - Margaret Bemis
Letters to the Editor

135. — Vol. 50, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2020
Cochise County Historical Society Logo Contest
Meet the Cochise County Historical Society Board of Directors
!Tierra y Libertad!: A Brief History of the Partido Liberal Mexicano in Douglas, Arizona - Elizabeth Henson
Jack Ladd - Margaret Bemis
The Revolutionary Chili Pepper, Part II: Cochise County - Craig McEwan
Elizabeth Williams Ames: August 23, 1930-February 5, 2020 - the Ames Family, Alison Vigil, editor

136. — Vol. 51, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2021
Jose “Joe” or “Che” Moran Retires from CCHS Board
Meet the Newest CCHS Board Member, Ray Shelton
Tombstone’s Other Deadly Dentist: Dr. Warnekros - Ronald F. Woggon and Jean E. Smith
Hunting Robert E. “Bob” Warren - Peta-Anne Tenney
Mike Gray: A Cochise County “Mover and Shaker,” 1879-1904 - Michael Eberhardt
A Turn of the Century Ghost Town Comes to Life - Bill Cavaliere
Book Review, Carolyn Grattan Eichin, From San Francisco Eastward: Victorian Theater in the American West - Doug Hocking

137. — Vol. 51, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2021
Winner of the CCHS Logo Contest Announced
2021’s Annual Meeting and Banquet: A Huge Success
Board Member of the Year Award for 2021, Craig McEwan
Did a Certain Species of Rattlesnake Inspire the Chiricahua Apache’s War Paint? - Bill Cavaliere
Down on the Border, Down Mexico Way - Joseph G. Bilby
“Eleven Days of Dungeon Life” - Wynne Brown
The Lion Hunting Lee Family of Paradise - Tara Cox
The Third Horseman: Bisbee’s Experience During the 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic - Mike Anderson
The Bisbee Bridge Big Boom of 1948 - Ruth Cordes and Jan Polasky
Mystery Solved