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Volume XIV - 2007
Where Have All the Church Bells Gone? by Linda Harris
Coca-Cola in Deming, New Mexico by Bill Lockhart
Andrew "Andy" Hudspeth: From Bookkeeper and Lawyer for the Cree Ranch in the Sacramento Mountains to Chief Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court by E. Roberta Haldane
Brains, Integrity, and Ambition: Recruiting Faculty in New Mexico, 1890 by Marth Shipman Andrews
A Lion Among Lawyers by Mark Thompson 
Clarence Fielder and the Public Schools: An Oral History by Eloise S. Evans

Book Reviews
Inventing Los Alamos: The Growth of an Atomic Community by Jon Hunner.  Reviewed by Bill Boehm
 Nampeyo and Her Pottery by Barbara Kramer. Reviewed by Martha Shipman Andrews
Bataan: A Survivor's Story by Lt. Gene Boyt. Reviewed by Rick Hendricks

Volume XV - 2008
Coeds at War: State College Do Their Part in World War II by Martha Shipman Andrews
William and John Hudgens: Double Trouble from Louisiana by Roberta Key Haldane
My Adobe Village: Doņa Ana, New Mexico by Joyce M. Brumley
A Documentary View of a Dispute over Episcopal Jurisdiction: Father José de Jesus Cabeza de Vaca and the Battle for the Church in the Mesilla Valley by Rick Hendricks

Book Reviews
The Oatman Massacre: A Tale of Desert Captivity and Survival by Brian McGinty. Reviewed by Lois Stanford
Hermanitos Comanchitos: Indio-Hispano Rituals of Captivity and Redemption by Enrique R. Lamadrid w/photos by Miguel Gandert.  Reviewed by Charles B. Stanford
Murder on White Sands: The Disappearance of Albert and Henry Fountain, A.C. Greene Series by Corey Recko. Reviewed by Rick Hendricks
The Billy the Kid Reader by Frederick Nolan. Reviewed by Rick Hendricks
Avenging Victorio by Dave DeWitt. Reviewed by Charles B. Stanford

Volume XVI - 2009
Monsignor Jean Grange; San Albino, Mesilla 1886-1929
by Frankie Miller
President Benjamin Harrison, Judge A.A. Freeman and the Shalam Colony: A Legal and Politcal History
by Mark Thompson
Shalam Colony: Dream in the Desert
by Christopher Schurtz and Cameron L. Saffell
Shalam Misconceptions and Mythology
by Cameron L. Saffell and Christopher Schurtz
Mary Helen Daniels Taylor: Mary of the Mantilla
by Frankie Miller
Creating An Institution "So The Future May Know"
by Cameron L. Saffell
Bringing Civilization to the Wild West: The Women's Improvement Association of Las Cruces
by Stacie Pritchett
My Early Life in the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico: Elsie Raye Rigney Carr: Excerpted from Elsie Carr's memoir, Elsie's Story
Editing by Walter Hines

Book Reviews
Cricket in the Web: The 1949 Unsolved Murder That Unraveled Politices in New Mexico by Paula Moore. Reviewed by Charles Stanford.
 Texas Devils: Rangers and Regulars on the Lower Rio Grande, 1846-1861 by Michael Coffins. Reviewed by Gary Osborne.
Feeding Chilapa: The Birth, Life and Death of a Mexican Region by Chris Kyle. Reviewed by Lois Stanford

Volume XVII - 2010
August Reger: Prisoner of War in New Mexico Translated by Cassie McClure, translation aid by Dr. Richard Rundell by August Reger
‘Lens Louse’ or Astute Propagandist?
Pancho Villa’s Use of the Silent Newsreel in the Mexican Revolution
by Robin Robinson
An Account of the Bougainville Campaign    Edited and Annotated by Martha Shipman Andrews by Brigadier Geneneral Hugh M. Milton
The Unique Legacy of Abraham Lincoln in New Mexico by Christopher Schurtz, M.A.
The Three Letters of Father C. Jos. Immel by Claude Fouillade and Frankie Miller
Taking the Wider View: Panoramic Photography in the American Southwestby Rick Hendricks and Charles B. Stanford

Book Reviews
Soldier-Artist of the Great Reconnaissance: John C. Tidball and the 35th Parallel Pacific Railroad Survey by Eugene Tidball. Reviews by Martha Shipman Andrews
The Whole Damned World: Aggies at War, 1941-1945 edited by Martha Shipman Andrews. Reviewed by Louis R. Sadler
Silver City’s Bear Mountain Lodge: the Untold Story by Donna Eichstaedt. Reviewed by Laurence Creider
A Linguistic Atlas by Garland D. Bills and Neddy A. Vigil.   Reviewed by Rick Hendricks
"Visions Underground: Carlsbad Caverns Through the Artist’s Eye" by Lois Manno. Reviewed by Rick Hendricks
Literary Glimpses of New Mexico by Frank Waters. Reviewed by Jane P. Fenn

Volume XVIII - 2011
John Lewis Thomas, Jr.’ s Visit to Fort Wingate in 1885 by Rick Hendricks, Ph. D.
Albert B. Fall and Eugene Manlove Rhodes: On New Mexico Statehood by Cary G. Osborne, M.L.I.S.
The Belen Harvey House and Its Several Reincarnations, 1910-2010 by Richard Melzer, Ph. D.
The Rise and Fall of Native Communities at the Old El Paso del Norte Mission by Terry R. Reynolds, Ph. D.
Aggies, Oh Aggies: The Glory Years. New Mexico A&M, 1935-1939  Michael F. Taylor Edited by Walter Hines
A History of the Crescent Club of Anthony, 1913-1983
Hazel Milikien
Edited by Charles B Stanford, M. L. I. S.

Book Reviews
Open Range: The Life of Agnes Morley Cleaveland by Darlis A. Miller.  Reviewed by Rick Hendricks
Atarque: Now All Is Silent  by Pauline Chávez Bent.  Reviewed by Terry R. Reynolds
Gila Country Legend: The Life and Times of Quentin Hulse by Nancy Coggeshall.  Reviewed by Cameron L. Saffell
Class and Race in the Frontier Army: Military Life in the West, 1870-1890 by Kevin Adams. Reviewed by Charles Stanford
The Indians of Arizona and New Mexico: nineteenth century ethnographic notes of Archbishop John Baptist Salpointe by John Baptist Salpointe.  Reviewed by Laurence S. Creider
Red Sky at Morning by Richard Bradford.  Reviewed by Jane P. Fen

Volume XIX - 2012
New Mexico on the Eve of Statehood, 1910-1912 by Richard Melzer, Ph. D.
El Paso Celebrates New Mexico and Arizona Statehood by Cameron L. Saffell

Book Reviews
From Cochise to Geronimo: The Chiricahua Apaches, 1874-1886, by Edwin Sweeney.  Reviewed by Daniel Aranda
The Jar of Severed Hands: Spanish Deportation of Apache Prisoners of War, 1770-1810, by Mark Santiago. Reviewed by Charles Stanford
Kit Carson: The Life of an American Border Man, by David Remley.  Reviewed by Cary G. Osborne
Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West, by Dorothy Wickenden.  Reviewed by Darlis A. Miller.

Volume XX - 2013
Thomas Casad Writes: Letters from Mesilla, 1875 - 1879 by Rick Hendricks, PhD
Shootout in La Mesilla by The FAT Boys (Eric Fuller, Daniel D Aranda, Emilio Tapia, Joe Lopez, Mary Kay Shannon)
Pioneer Klan No. 15: The Klu Klux Klan in Roswell, 1924 -1934
by Elvis E. Fleming
Banned Books in New Mexico by Cary G Osborne, M.L.I.S.
A Genius for Football: Coach Warren Woodson by Walter Hines

Book Reviews
Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History, by S.C. Gwynne. Reviewed by M. Lois Stanford
From Cochise to Geronimo: the Chiricahua Apaches, 1874 - 1885 by Edwin Sweeney. Reviewed by Daniel Aranda
Apache Tactics and Strategy, 1830-1886 by Robert Watt.  Reviewed by Daniel Aranda
El Sicario: The Autobiography of a Mexican Assassin, edited by Molly Molloy & Charles Bowden.  Reviewed by Rick Hendricks
New Mexico: A History by Marc Simmons.  Reviewed by Lutisha Piland
White Mothers to a Dark Race: Settler Colonialism, Maternalism, and the Removal of Indigenous Children in the American West and Australia, 1880-1940 by Margaret D. Jacobs. Reviewed by Joan M Jensen

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