This journal documents the history of the United Methodist Church and its members and their impact upon the culture of the Southwest.

The New Mexico Conference United Methodist Historical Journal is sponsored by the New Mexico Conference Historical Society. Published semi-annually, subscription to this journal is included with a $10 annual paid membership in the Society.

Readers are invited to submit articles and stories of general historical interest, approximately 1200 words in length, for consideration. These may concern a moment in the life of the United Methodist Church, or a person and their impact, or a topic. Inclusion is at the complete discretion of the editor. Pictures, if included, as well as text, must be free of any copyright restrictions.

Excerpts from primary and secondary sources may be reprinted here in order to call attention to their source and available resources. Authors may submit short excerpts from their work for consideration.

As an historical journal, commentary on current topics will not usually be considered, except those concerning the work of the New Mexico Conference Historical Society.

Unless otherwise indicated, permission to reproduce anything in these pages must be obtained in writing from the NM Conference Historical Society, through the editor of this journal.

Willard L. Steinsiek, Editor
11816 Lomas Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112

Current Volume: Volume 5 (2012) November 2012 (Vol 2 2012)

The November, 2012 issue includes the following articles: "Jacob Robert Moose" by Will Steinsiek, "The Harwood Methodist Hospital" by J. Robert Sawyer, "Elizabethtown" by Will Steinsiek, "Benigno Cardenas" by Will Steinsiek, "Reverend John Dyer on the Camino Real" by Larry Castillo-Wilson, "The First Trip of Bishop and Mrs. W. Angie "Smith, "Strong Men From Oklahoma", and "In Memory-The 2012 Honored Dead". The Archives and Historical Society (A&HS) Pages section of the issue includes information about the Archives and Historical Society, and the "Last Word" quote by Thomas Harwood.