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Descriptive Summary

Scope and Content

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Bosque Redondo

Cabezon

Climate

Comancheros

Correspondence

De Baca

Environment

Fauna

Fires

Flora

Fort Sumner

Guadalupe

History

Middle Rio Grande

Mining

Miscellaneous

Native Americans

New Mexico

Personal Papers

Personal Publications

Pollution

Ponderosa

Projects

Publications and Periodicals

Ranches

Soils

South Plains

Teaching and Course Materials

Water

Writing Notecards

Pictures

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Dan Scurlock:

An Inventory of His Papers, 1890-2006 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Scurlock, Dan
Title: Dan Scurlock Papers,
Dates: 1890-2006 and undated
Abstract: The papers of Dan Scurlock, dated 1890-2006, contain materials relating to the subject's life and career, including research papers and related material covering topics from range and wildlife and related environmental history, including studies on the impact of mining, pollution, and the use of water, to data about flora and fauna in Texas and New Mexico. Photographs, correspondence, historical diaries from the 19th century, studies and papers regarding Native Americans—in particular, the Comanches—and other diverse materials are also included.
Collection # S 1695.2
Quantity: 18 boxes (18 linear feet)
Language English
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Dan Scurlock received his B.A. and M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin. He has served in numerous capacities with organizations and projects such as archeologist with the Texas Archeological Salvage Project, consultant for the Texas Historical Commission, private contractor with United States Forest Service in New Mexico and Texas Parks and Wildlife, instructor at University of New Mexico on history and native plants, and independent scholar at Fort Sumner. In addition, he conducted research on various Southern Plains topics, wrote newspaper articles on the history of the Fort Sumner area, and has published an environmental history of the Middle Pecos Basin, New Mexico.

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Scope and Content

The papers contains published articles and books, research notes and notecards, and other personal publications,

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Organization

The collection is organized alphabetically by type of research materials, then by subject matter.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Scurlock, Dan
Subjects (Organizations)
Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart.
United States Forest Service
Subjects (Places)
New Mexico
Texas
Subjects
Archaeology
Comanche Indians--History
Native Americans

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Related Material

For related materials located in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, see the following collections:

  • Dan Scurlock oral history interview [sound recording], 2005

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Dan Scurlock Papers, 1896-2006 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Collection accession #(s):
2005-0148-B, 2005-0157-B, 2006-0178-B, 2006-0218-A, 2006-0234-B, 2006-0312-B, 2007-0028-B, 2007-0060-B, 2007-0141-B, 2009-0261-A

Gifts, 2006-2009

Processed by

Bill Tydeman and Rebecca Boardman, 2012

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Collection Inventory

 

Bosque Redondo

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1 1 B Redondo
2 Bosque Redondo Memorial
3 Bosque Redondo/Old Ft. Sumner

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Cabezon

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1 4 Cabezon Environment
5 Cabezon Geology
6 Cabezon History
7 Cabezon Maps

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Climate

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1 8 Climate
9 Climate East Central - Ft. Sumner
10 Climate - New Mexico
11 Climate - New Mexico
12 Climate: Old World
13 Climate Panhandle
14 Climate: Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Espanola
15 Climate: SW & New Mexico

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Comancheros

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1 16 Comancheros: African-Americans
17 Comancheros: Archaeology
18 Comancheros: Architecture
19 Comancheros: Art, etc
20 Comancheros: Biblio Refs.
21 Comancheros: Buffalo
22 Comancheros: Captives
23 Comancheros: Cattle
24 Comancheros: Demography
25 Comancheros: Descriptions
26 Comancheros: Early Ranching
27 Comancheros: Guides
28 Comancheros: Historic Maps
29 Comancheros: Individuals
30 Comancheros: Jose P. Tafota
31 Comancheros & Military
32 Comancheros: Misc (2006) Data
33 Comancheros: Novels/Movies
34 Comancheros: Pastores
35 Comancheros: Place Names
36 Comancheros and Plazas
37 Comancheros: Rendezvous Sites
38 Comancheros: Springs
39 Comancheros: Trade
40 Comancheros: Trade Fairs
41 Comancheros: Trade Goods
42 Comancheros: Trails and Roads
43 Comancheros: Vaqueros, etc.
44 Comancheros: Water pH
45 Comancheros: TX Panhandle Project
46 Contacts & Comancheros

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Correspondence

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1 47 Domenici Correspondence
48 Letters: De Baca County
49 Letter to University of Arizona
50 Postcards

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De Baca

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1 51 De Baca Co. Communities
52 De Baca Co. History
53 De Baca County News 1951-1970
54 De Baca County News 1970-1998
55 De Baca County News, Dan Scurlock Articles
56 De Baca County Maps - History
57 De Baca Ranch, NM
58 Railroad, De Baca County, NM
59 Ranchers, De Baca County, NM

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Environment

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1 60 Ecology - Colorado
61 Ecosystem Management
62 Environment
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2 1 Environment - Albuquerque
2 Environment - Christianity
3 Environment - Llano Canyons
4 Environment - New Mexico
5 Environment - SW New Mexico, SE Arizona
6 Environmental
7 Environmental Data New Mexico
8 Environmental Dept. Pecos River Basin, NM
9 Environmental Education Projects
10 Environmental Problems
11 Environmental Problems, 2005-2006
12 Great Plains Environment
13 Llano Estacado Environment
14 Recent Environmental Problems
15 Santa Fe River Environmental History

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Fauna

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2 16 Amphibian Die-off
17 Avifauna - Guadalupe Mtns, TX
18 Bats
19 Bears
20 Fauna - Birds - Albuquerque Lists
21 Birds - Bosque
22 Bird Checklists, Fed. Areas
23 Birds: Conifers
24 Birds: El Paso
25 Birds - General
26 Birds - Grand Canyon 1890
27 Bird Lists - Ft. Sumner, De Baca Co.
28 Bird List - Unknown
29 Birds: Navajo Res.
30 Birds: NM: Historic, 19th C.
31 Birds NM: Historic, 20th Century
32 Birds Pine-Pal Woodland: S. AZ, N. MX
33 Birds Ponderosa: Colorado
34 Birds and Pueblos
35 Birds - Southwest
36 Birds: Texas Panhandle
37 Birds of Zion National Park
38 Burrowing Owl
39 A Checklist of Texas Birds
40 Chukars in New Mexico
41 Domesticated Animals
42 Eagles - Southwestern U.S.
43 Ecology and Conservation of the Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy Owl
44 Endangered Species
45 Endangered and Threatened Species
46 Exotic Animals
47 Exotic Insects
48 Fauna
49 Fauna - ABQ Area
50 Fauna, Dulce, N.M. 1981
51 Fauna - Goats
52 Fauna - Nat. Amer.
53 Fauna - Panhandle
54 Fish - Texas
55 A Glossary for Avian Conservation Biology
56 Hawks and Owls: Population Trends from Illinois Christmas County
57 Horses and Mules
58 International Wolf
59 Lead Poisoning in Wild Waterfowl
60 Livestock: Coronado W.F.
61 Mammals: Arizona
62 Management of Wintering Bald Eagles
63 Management Recommendations for the Northern goshawk in the South Western US
64 Mexican Wolf
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3 1 Mexican Wolf Reintrod.
2 Migration of Birds
3 Mountain Lions
4 N.M. Bird Lists
5 Natural History Survey - Population Losses in the Mallard
6 Pond. Pine Avifauna: Hist. Colo
7 Ponderosa Pine Avifauna: SW
8 Population Ecology, Habitat Requirements and Conservation of Neotropical Migratory Birds
9 Protection for the Golden Eagle
10 Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species
11 Ring Necked Pheasant
12 Riparian Wildlife
13 SE AZ - Fauna
14 Songbird Ecology in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests
15 Southwestern Bald Eagle Recovery Plan
16 Tri-state Black Bear Study
17 W. Birds Hist. Range Changes
18 Wild Horses, Burros
19 Wild Rivers/ Endangered Species
20 Wildlife - Early 20th C.
21 Wildlife in New Mexico 1926-27
22 Wildlife Monographs
23 Wolf Preservation
24 Wolves: Gray and Red

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Fires

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3 25 Control Burns
26 Fires and Drought - 1996
27 Fire - Forestry
28 Fire - Grassland
29 Fire - Grazing: NM
30 Fire - Native Americans
31 Fire - Pinion and Juniper
32 Fire - Vegetation Ecology
33 La Mesa Fire Symposia
34 Llano Fires

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Flora

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3 35 Desert Plants I
36 Desert Plants II
37 Desert Plants III
38 Desert Plants IV
39 Desert Plants V
40 Flora - New Mexico & SW
41 Flowering Plants of Northern New Mexico
42 Grazing and Agriculture
43 Grazing - New Mexico
44 Grazing Problems SW: Smith 1899
45 Introduced Plants - N.M., SW
46 Introduced Plants Riparian
47 Introduced and Exotic Plants
48 Jane Crandall, Edible Plants and Pharmaceuticals
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4 1 Pinon Juniper Ecology
2 Pinion Juniper Study 1992
3 Plant Extirpated
4 Sevilleta Flora
5 Strip-cut Thinning of Ponderosa Pine Stands
6 Tree Ring Data - N.M.
7 Veg. 19th & 20th C. - NM
8 Veg. Changes: NM (Gross)
9 Veg. Changes - SW NM
10 Vegetation Changes - Middle Rio Grande Conservation District
11 Vegetative Change - Shrub Encroachment
12 West Texas Flowers
13 Wildflowers: De Baca Co.

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Fort Sumner

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4 14 1880 Census: Area
15 Area Homesteaders
16 Area Post Offices
17 Bosque Redondo/ Ft. Sumner III Chapter
18 Dairy - Ft. Sumner
19 Endangered Species - Ft. Sumner
20 Environmental Information Paper - Ft. Sumner and the Middle Pecos
21 Ft. Sumner
22 Fort Sumner II-III 1870-1906
23 Fort Sumner IV Chapter
24 Fort Sumner: 1880 Census
25 Fort Sumner Area Obituaries
26 Fort Sumner: Environmental Issues
27 Ft. Sumner Expenditures
28 Ft. Sumner History 1921-1950
29 Ft. Sumner History Book: Draft
30 Fort Sumner - Misc., Business, etc.
31 Ft. Sumner Navajo Sites
32 Ft. Sumner Navajo Sites Jagie Ditch Site
33 Ft. Sumner (New) Families
34 Ft. Sumner (New) History
35 Ft. Sumner Oral Hist. I
36 Ft. Sumner Oral Hist. II
37 Fort Sumner Oral History Project I
38 Fort Sumner Oral History Project II
39 Fort Sumner Oral History Project III
40 Fort Sumner Oral History Project Interviews and Notes Jan. 2000
41 Fort Sumner Oral History Project Phase I Jan-Feb 2000
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5 1 Ft. Sumner (Old) Maps
2 Ft. Sumner Powell South Ranch Sites
3 Ft. Sumner Proposed Diary Site on State Lands
4 Ft. Sumner Review 1917-; Ft. Sumner Data 1905-1929
5 Ft. Sumner San Antonio Church
6 Illustrations: Fort Sumner Area
7 Water - Fort Sumner

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Guadalupe

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5 8 Guadalupe (Chapter V)
9 Guadalupe County
10 Guadalupe Co. Families
11 Guadalupe Mountains
12 Guadalupe/Salado

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History

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5 13 A Bibliography of Reference for the Historical Status of the Flora and Fauna of the Southwest
14 Abiquia-Chama: Environ. Hist.
15 Abandonment - Hist. SW
16 Agriculture - Prehist.
17 American Landscape 1492
18 Anglo Expeds (Comancheros)
19 Anglo-Mexican Relations
20 Anglo Resource Use
21 The Arkansas Archaeologist
22 Bailey, I.M. Historical Accounts from Birds of New Mexico 1928
23 Billy the Kid
24 The Budville Murders
25 Carlsbad - Prehistory
26 Chamisal: Euroamerican
27 Ciboleros
28 Climactic Data for Historical Weather Stations
29 Community Histories
30 Corrales Hist. Sites
31 Draft of "Prehistoric New Mexico Overview"
32 Draft of "Prehistoric New Mexico Overview" pt. 2
33 Drought 1950s
34 Early Ranching - Farming
35 Eddy County - Archaeology
36 Eliot Coues
37 Environment Adaptations - Prehistoric Pueblo
38 Environmental History and the Social and Conservation Service
39 Environmental History - Chihuahua Vegetation
40 Environmental History - Correspondence
41 Environmental History Dottie A. Leafold 1933
42 Environmental History: Flora of the Southwest
43 Environmental History - Frontier
44 Environmental History - Great Plains
45 Environmental History - Landscape
46 Environmental History - Miscellaneous
47 Environmental History - N. Valley Albuquerque
48 Environmental History - Pecos River
49 Environmental History - Pecos River Hydrology
50 Environmental History - Pecos River Water
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6 1 Environmental History - Rio Abajo
2 Environmental History - Rio Arriba
3 Environmental History - South Plains
4 Environmental History - Southwest, New Mexico
5 Environmental History - Snake River
6 Environmental History SWNM
7 Environmental History - Southwest, West
8 Faunal Remains
9 Fauna - Historic Accounts: RG
10 Fauna - Historic South Eastern New Mexico
11 Fire History - New Mexico
12 Fire History - Southwest
13 Fires - General Ecological History
14 Fish Historic
15 Fish - Hist./Introd./Extirp.
16 Flores, Rocky Mt. Environ. Hist.
17 Historic Adaptations to High Altitude Environments
18 Historic Archaeology - Black Range, N.M.
19 Historic Archaeology - Ph
20 Historic Fauna - Aztec
21 Historic Fauna: Introduction
22 Historic Fauna - New Mexico
23 Historic Fauna - Northwest New Mexico
24 Historic New Mexico Fauna - General
25 Historic Pueblo Resource Use and Classification
26 Hist. Riparian: Colorado
27 Historic Sites in Caddo Area
28 Historic Spring: La Pista de Vida Aqua
29 Historic Themes and Overview
30 Hist. Veg. Changes: AZ
31 Historic Vegetation - Rio Puerco and Chama
32 Historical Climate: Arizona
33 Historical Environment - N.M.
34 Historical Environment - Overviews
35 Historical Overview & Panhandle
36 Homesteaders
37 Irrigation Develop - Hist
38 Kadonadacho - Ethology
39 A List of References for the History of Agriculture in the Great Plains
40 Los Ranchos History (Davis)
41 Mobility - Prehistoric
42 Mormon Land Use
43 MS: History Middle Pecos R.
44 MS: History Middle Pecos R.
45 New Mexico Cattle Growers Association: History
46 Notes on Progress of Flood, May-June, 1961
47 Oklahoma Anthropological
48 Paleo-Botannical: Chaco
49 Paleo-Botannical: SW PP and PJ
50 Pajarito, NM Hist. Data
51 Pajarito Plateau Environ. History
52 Pecos Prehistory - Protohistory
53 Plant Communities - Surveys - Historic
54 Playas - Environ. History
55 Prehistoric Avifauna: SW
56 Prehistoric Mining, Southwest U.S.
57 Prehistoric New Mexico Fauna
58 Puerto de Luna (Chapter VI)
59 Puerto de Luna, N.M.
60 Review of N.E. New Mexico Archaeology Thoms.
61 R.G. Solana/Sunnyside (Chapter IV)
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7 1 Rio Abajo - Environ. Hist. Overview
2 Rio Puerco Environmental History
3 Rio Salado: Environ. History
4 Scurlock Diary, Glen Canyon Archaeological Project, Utah, Summer 1960
5 SE AZ: History
6 Settlement Patterns and Historic Overview
7 South Plains - History and Description
8 Spanish-Indian Trade 18th Century
9 SW NM Hist. Diary (Reeve ed.)
10 Technology and Prehist.
11 Upper Rio Puerco Environmental History
12 Utah - Environmental History
13 "Valley Plains and Sky: An Environmental History of the Middle Pecos"
14 Vaqueros/Querechos: Onate
15 Vegetational History of the Pecos Basin
16 Wallace Mound Site, Miller Co., Arkansas Field Notes, 1956
17 Wyoming Hist. Landscape

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Middle Rio Grande

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7 18 Bosque: Mid. Rio Grande
19 Man-Resource: MRGV
20 Maps: MRGB
21 Mid Rio Grande Basin - Misc. Data
22 Middle Rio Grande Historic Overview
23 Middle Rio Grande Valley - 20th C.
24 Middle Rio Grande Valley Environmental History
25 Middle Rio Grande Valley Weather
26 Morphology and Channel Changes - Middle Rio Grande Valley
27 MRGB - Environ. History - 20th Century
28 MRGB - Environmental History - General
29 MRGV Drainage
30 MRGV Environ - Gen
31 Pollution of the RGV-fill Aquifer
32 Resource Studies: MRGV
33 R.G. Bosque NMHA Art.
34 RG Symposium
35 Rio Grande Environ.
36 Rio Grande Impact/Change
37 Rio Grande Talks
38 Water Develop - MRGB - Nelson 1946
39 Water Use: Rio Grande Basin

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Mining

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7 40 Coal Mining - N.M.
41 Mining
42 Mining America - Smith
43 Mining - Colorado
44 Mining General
45 Mining: Impacts, N.M. and Colorado
46 Mining - New Mexico
47 Mining - Questa

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Miscellaneous

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7 48 Acoma
49 Agribusiness
50 Alamogordo - Los Ojitos - Borica
51 Aqua Negra Santa Rosa
52 Arid/Semi-Arid Natural Resources Program No.1-No.9
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8 1 Arrocha Diary 1829
2 Aton Chico, New Mexico
3 Biotic Province of Texas
4 Cartidges
5 Casaus Family
6 Carlos Sena Interview
7 Ceramics: Plantations
8 Channelization - Riparian Zone
9 Chapter 3: Settlement and Resource Use Conflicts
10 Chapter 5: Wars Against Predators
11 Chapter 6: Summary and Conclusions
12 Charles Bowdre
13 Chemical Immobilizations
14 Chihuahuan Desert Discovery
15 Chihuahuan Desert News Briefs
16 Climax Forests - S. Rockies
17 Cuba Valley
18 Deserts
19 Disease
20 Drought 2002-2006 New Mexico
21 Earthquakes - SW and NM
22 Economic Development
23 ELS Reports - Albuquerque
24 El Camino Real - Notes and Instructional Materials
25 El Morro and the Malpais
26 Energy
27 Equinoxes/Solstices
28 Ernest and Julio Gallo
29 Ernest and Julio Gallo
30 Floodplain - Cottonwood, EH. Everitt
31 Geology - Jemez Mountains
32 Geology - San Mateo Mts.
33 Geothermal
34 Giddings, James, Polarea
35 Global Warming
36 Guide to Stops - Casas Grandes Area
37 Human Ecology
38 Hunting and Gathering Sources
39 Idarado Site - Colorado
40 Intelligence Report
41 Intro: Vol: Valley, Plains and Sky
42 J. Frank Dobie of Texas, The Texas Observer, July 24, 1964
43 Jesse B. Sutton
44 Jemez Mountains
45 L. Maxwell
46 Land (Mis)Use
47 Land, Physio, Hydrol, Terms
48 Land-Use Dynamics in the Upper Megille Valley 1969-1978
49 Life & Crop Zones (Bailey 1913)
50 Little Geology
51 Llano, River and Mountains: The SE NM Regional Overview
52 Logging
53 Los Ranchos Plaza Administration
54 Los Ranchos Plaza Rep. No. 1
55 L.R. AD Report
56 Los Ojitos/Alamogordo
57 Maps
58 Maxwell & Las Vegas NWRs
59 Mescalero Sands, Caprock
60 Military Recons: Pecos V.
61 Mineral Industry of Texas in 1969
62 Miscellaneous I
63 Miscellaneous II
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9 1 Miscellaneous II
2 Miscellaneous Newspaper Collection
3 Miscellaneous - Overview
4 Miscellaneous Photocopies and Promotional Material
5 National Register Site Nominations
6 Natural History of Texas Caves
7 Naturalists - SWNM
8 Naturalists Texas
9 News Clipping - J. Frank Dobie Death
10 Noise Pollution
11 Oil
12 Ornithologists - Hist. NM
13 Parsons Data
14 Penitente Brotherhood
15 Pesticides
16 Pecos Valley Llano Tours
17 Petroglyph State Park
18 Physiography
19 Puerco - Environ. Impact
20 Population
21 Poverty Point Louisiana
22 Progress in the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution Report 1969
23 Protohist. Interpretation Schroeder
24 Printed Material Regarding New Mexico
25 Puerco of the East - EH
26 Quotes and Ramblings
27 Railroads Impact
28 Railroads SE New Mexico
29 Resume of the Archaeology of Northwest Arizona
30 Rio Grande Nature Center
31 Riparian Studies
32 Rosborough Lake Site
33 Ruidoso
34 S-D Proposals
35 San Antonio Curch
36 San Augustine County
37 San Jose Data
38 Santa Rosa/Agua Negra
39 SE AZ: Maps - Brochure
40 Slade Site: Manuscripts & Notes
41 Socorro Tour Materials
42 Solnox Excursions
43 Southwest Institute - University of New Mexico 1985, 1986
44 Spanish Landscape Terms
45 Stinking Springs Ranch
46 STJ - Newspaper Articles
47 Subsidies Agriculture
48 Sunnyside Resolana
49 Sunwatching
50 Taiban and Other Communities
51 Tamarisk (Salt Cedar)
52 Taos Materials
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10 1 Taos Survey Data
2 Texas Tech: General
3 Trails - Roads: Pecos Country
4 Trujillo, Celedon
5 Trujillo Families
6 Univ. of Texas at Austin
7 Univ. of Texas at Austin
8 U.S. Forest Service and the Civilian Conservation Corp
9 USFS - W. Pinos Altos
10 Uranium
11 Valley Farmers
12 Valley of Fires - Tularosa Basin
13 Views and Actions: Chapter 2
14 Volcanoes - Alboa Arer
15 Waste of the West (Jacobs)
16 Weather Modification: A Controversial Issue on the Texas High Plains
17 Wetlands
18 Wilderness
19 Willcox, AZ - Crane Festival
20 White Sands & Mountain Tour Materials
21 Wise Use Movement
22 Wood Shortage
23 World Wildlife Fund - Protonatural Workshop, El Paso, Nov. 18-20 1998
24 The Yarbrough Site: Johnson
25 Yeso

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Native Americans

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10 26 Agricultural History - Pueblos
27 American Indian as Resource Manager
28 Apache-Anglos SWNM
29 Apaches: General
30 Apache - Schroeder
31 Apache Trade
32 Archaeastronomy History Pueblos
33 Archaeology - Navajo
34 Army Indians (1851) Chapter II
35 Boundaries - Pueblo
36 Caddo Cranial Deformation
37 Caddo Prehistoric - Articles and Notes
38 Caddoan Pipe Forms, Krieger
39 Caddoan Pipe Forms, Krieger
40 Chapter 4: Apache-Anglos in the SW (2/7/97)
41 Comanches (Indians)
42 Comanches
43 Demography - Pueblos, New Mexico
44 Demography - Pueblos, New Mexico
45 Indians of the Rio Grande Valley
46 Kiowas/Jumanos
47 Mescalero
48 Mescalero Apache Ethnohistory
49 Mescalero Apache (notes)
50 Mescalero Subsistence
51 Miscellaneous Native American Materials
52 Native American History Information
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11 1 Native American Materials
2 Native American Views and Map
3 Navajo Environment Map
4 Navajo Ethnohistory (Proto-1800)
5 The Navajo Indian Irrigation Project
6 Pueblo Architecture
7 Pueblo Environmental History
8 Pueblo Land Use
9 Pueblo Livestock
10 Pueblo Religion
11 Pueblos: Condition 20th C.
12 Small Pueblo Structures
13 South Plains: Protohistory Indians

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New Mexico

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11 14 Miscellaneous N.M. Environmental Materials I
15 Miscellaneous N.M. Environmental Materials II
16 N.M. Coal Mining
17 N.M. Earth Matters
18 N. Mex. Precipitation
19 New Mexico Eco-Cultural Areas
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1 20 New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities
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11 21 New Mexico Geology
22 New Mexico - Ladder Ranch
23 New Mexico Snowpack Stations
24 North Central N.M. Cultural Resource I
25 North Central N.M. Cultural Resource II

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Personal Papers

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11 26 Personal Papers
27 Personal Paper Photos
28 Personal Papers, Scurlock's Greater Dallas
29 Resume, Dan Scurlock
30 Resume, Personnel Files

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Personal Publications

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11 31 Barcelona Paper July 1998
32 Comanchero Paper
33 Earthworks in the Southeast
34 Proposal for an Environmental History of the Pecos Basin
35 "Valley, Plains and Sky: An Environmental history of the Middle Pecos"

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Pollution

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11 36 Air Pollution - Greenhouse Effect
37 Chemical Pollution
38 Noise Pollution
39 Pollution
40 Toxic Waste

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Ponderosa

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11 41 Fire: Ponderosa
42 Pond-Pine SW
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12 1 Ponderosa - Hist. Conditions
2 Ponderosa - Hist. Observations
3 Ponderosa: Hist. Range
4 Ponderosa: Prehist. Changes
5 Ponderosa: SW
6 Ponderosa Pine: Grazing
7 Ponderosa Pine: Logging
8 Ponderosa Pine Report
9 Ponderosa Pine: SW Communities

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Projects

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12 10 Grants: S-D Project
11 N.M. SHPO Project
12 On-going and Future Projects
13 Projects
14 Quivera Research Associates Projects
15 Scurlock-Dennis Project: Expenses
16 Scurlock-Dennis Proj., TX: General
17 Sunport Project

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Publications and Periodicals

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12 18 Albuquerque's (Environmental) Story
19 American Rivers - 1995 Fall
20 Arid Land Newsletter II No.10-No.32
21 Audubon 2004-2006
22 Capturing 400 Years of Recorded History
23 Dialogue I
24 Dialogue II
25 Endangered Earth
26 Environmental Defense
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13 1 Focus
2 In Brief
3 Middle R. Grande Biological Survey
4 Miscellaneous Pamphlets I
5 Miscellaneous Pamphlets II
6 Miscellaneous Pamphlets III
7 Miscellaneous Pamphlets IV
8 Misc. Publications
9 Muzzle Leader
10 The National Geographic Magazine Feb. 1945
11 National Wildlife
12 Natural Conservancy I
13 Natural Conservancy II
14 Natural Conservancy III
15 Natural History
16 Natural Voice
17 New Mexico Bureaus of Mines and Mineral Resources Publications
18 On Earth I
19 On Earth II
20 Plateau, Spring 1977, Magazine of the Museum of Northern Arizona
21 Pro Natural
22 Quivira Coalition
23 Scenic Trips to the Biological Past
24 Sierra Wild Journeys
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14 1 Soil Association and Land Classification
2 Soil Survey (Southwest Quay Area New Mexico)
3 The Southwestern Naturalist 1962-1968
4 Stopover Ecology of Landbirds Migrating along the Middle Rio \Grande in Spring and Fall
5 Texas Parks and Wildlife 1982
6 The University of New Mexico Bulletin
7 Voices Unides
8 Weeds of the Southern United States
9 Wetlands
10 Whole Earth
11 Yosemite

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Ranches

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14 12 Black Ranch
13 Brazil, Wilcox, Yerby Ranch
14 The Culpepper Farm, Hopkins Co., TX
15 Early Ranching, 1860-1900
16 Horseshoe Ranch
17 Rancher - Ranching 1906-60
18 Range Sites - New Mexico
19 Valle Vidal: Vermejo Park Ranch

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Soils

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14 20 Soils
21 Soils General
22 Soils - Rio Puerco and Socorro

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South Plains

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14 23 South Plains - Buffalo
24 South Plains - Exotic Plants
25 South Plains - Fires
26 South Plains - General
27 South Plains Physiography Soils
28 South Plains - Vegetation
29 South Plains - Water

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Teaching and Course Materials

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14 30 Plants of the Albuquerque Area Course Materials
31 Curatorial Methods Course 1969

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Water

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14 32 Acid Rain
33 Adverse Impacts: Damns
34 Dams
35 Dams - Rio Chama
36 Ground Water: Glossary
37 Ground Water - Ogallala
38 Groundwater: W. Sandoval Co.
39 Irrigation
40 Irrigation - Environmental
41 Irrig - Water Supply - MRGV, N.M.
42 River and Forest Reports
43 River Flow - New Mexico Hydrology
44 Water: FSID
45 Water - Hisp SW
46 Water - N.M., Colorado
47 Water Use - Albuquerque
48 Water Use by Categories
49 Water Use: Hist
50 Water Use: Irrigation Acreage (1990-95)

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Writing Notecards

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14 51 A Notecards
52 B Notecards
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15 1 C Notecards
2 D Notecards
3 E Notecards
4 F Notecards
5 G Notecards
6 H-I Notecards
7 J-L Notecards
8 M-O Notecards
9 P-R Notecards
10 S Notecards
11 T-V Notecards
12 W-Z Notecards
13 A-Z
14 1540-1800And Other Miscellaneous Notecards
15 1800-1880
16 1300-1600
17 1600-1699
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16 1 1700-1750
2 1750-1799
3 1800-1824
4 1825-1839
5 1840-1849
6 1850-1859
7 1860-1869
8 1800-1920
9 1870-1880
10 1870-1879
11 1880-1889
12 1890-1899
13 1900-1920
14 1920-2000
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17 1 1900-1904
2 1905-1909
3 1910-1919
4 1920-1929
5 1930-1939
6 1950-1999
7 1960-1969
8 Miscellaneous Business Cards
9 The Shiras Moose in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Houston, Douglas B.
10 Mammals of the Southwest Deserts; Olin, George
11 Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area; Gordon, Paul
12 Spain in North America; Texas Historical Commission
13 The Life of Sea Islands; Berrill, N.J. and Michael Berrill
14 A Gazetteer of the Chihuahuan Desert Region; Henrickson, James and Richard M. Straw
15 Mexico; Johnson, William Weber
16 A Definitive System for Analysis of Grizzly Bear Habitat and Other Wilderness Resources; Craighead, John J.
17 Middle Rio Grande Ecosystem Bosque Biological Management Plan; Robert, Lisa
18 Essentials of Earth History, 4th ed.; Stokes, W. Lee
19 Llano Estacado District IV Resource Directory; Eastern Plains Council of Governments
20 Water Stone Sky; Welsh, Stanley L and Catherine Ann Toft
21 Texas Techsan; Cantore, Jean Ann Bowman
22 Energy Conservation in Historic Structures; Sparrow, Frederick T and Sue J. Kopka
23 Soil Survey of De Baca County, New Mexico; United States Department of Agriculture
24 Land Areas of the National Forest System; United States Department of Agriculture
25 Birds of Cimarron National Grassland; United states Department of Agriculture
26 The Impact of Human Use Upon the Chisos Basin and Adjacent Lands; Whitson, Paul D.
27 A Bird Finding and Naturalist's guide for the Austin, Texas Area; Kutac, Edward A. and S. Christopher Caran
28 Uniting the Basin: the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo Basin Sustainable Development Conference; HARC Center for Global Studies
29 Forest Guide: Plants of the Fundy Coast; Burzynski, Michael and Alison Haworth
30 The Buffalo River Country; Smith, Kenneth L
31 A Lawyer's Journey: The Morris Dees Story; Dees, Morris and Steve Fiffer
32 New Mexico!; Ross, Diana Fuller
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18 1 Soil Survey, Eddy Area, New Mexico; United States Department of Agriculture
2 Middle Rio Grande Biological Survey; Hink, Valerie C. and Robert D. Ohmart
3 Land Stewardship in the 21th Century: The Contributions of Watershed Management; United States Department of Agriculture
4 Seventy-five Years of Arid-Lands Research at the University of Arizona; Paylore, Patricia
5 Irrigation in the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico; Wozniak, Frank E.
6 Soil Survey of Tucumcari Area, New Mexico, Northern Quay County; United States Department of Agriculture
7 From the Rio to the Sierra: An Environmental History of the Middle Rio Grande Basin; United States Department of Agriculture
8 Soil Survey of Chaves County New Mexico Northern Part; United States of Department of Agriculture

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Pictures

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18 9 1941 Flood Photos: Happ 1983
10 Aldo Leopold in Arizona 1911 USES Archives
11 B/W, CWS Valley, FS Oral Hist. Proj. Phase II Interviews March-April 2000
12 B/W photos, Isleta to Los Lavas 2-1-96, MRG Basin
13 B/W photos, Isleta to Los Lavas 2-1-96, MRG Basin
14 Chihuahua C.G Ranes, Etc. Nov. 1991
15 Color Photos, Fort Sumner Area, N.M.
16 Color Photos: E. Trujillo, Photos by Dan Scurlock, Fort Sumner NM 2006
17 D Scurlock Collection
18 Dan Scurlock Photographs
19 EH Photos: Floods
20 EH - Transport Photos
21 EH. Range: Photos
22 Emory, US and Mexican Boundary Survey Sketches
23 Environment Architecture Roads, Middle Rio Grande Basin Study 1994-97
24 Graphics: Gen: MRGB
25 Historic Road Scars, Ft. Sumner
26 Hunting Photos
27 Illustrations
28 Miscellaneous Photographs
29 NGA's, Panhandle and Ft. Sumner
30 Oral History Proj. Phase I Interviews, Main Canal, F. Sumner, NM, Jan 2000
31 Parsons Car Wash Site Bebxca Co.
32 Petroglyphs, 1990s, New Mexico
33 Photos: Motocross, South Ranch - Powell WS Photos
34 Photos: Grazing
35 Photos: Motocross, South Ranch - Powell WS Photos
36 Photos: Pueblos
37 Photos: Pueblos II
38 Resolana Other History Sites, People, De Baca Co. N.M. 2000
39 Roll 4, Scurlock-Dennis Project, March-April 2002
40 Roseborough Lake Site Artifact Photos
41 Scurlock-Dennis Project SA.SB Co. TX Roll No.2
42 Scurlock-Dennis Project SA.SB Co. TX Roll No.2
43 Scurlock, Fort Sumner, NM
44 Sid Dennis Site Pictures
45 Slade Site 4H1513 Pictures
46 Texarkana Photos: Dan, Wallace Site, E.H. Moores, W. Jones Site
47 Wallace Site
48 Wallace Site, Miller Co,. Arkansas Mount4 1956, Photos by Dan Scurlock
49 Wildlife Stamps

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