Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Native American, Mogollon and Mescalero Apaches dating back to 500.
Several famous people are associated with these El Paso County historic places including Charles N. Bassett, Maurice Schwartz, Richard F. Burges and Joseph Magoffin.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the El Paso County places including US Army, El Paso Irrigation Co., W. Scott Dunne, C.A. Goetting, Trost & Trost, J.E. Lewis, Bureau of Reclamation, Henry C. Trost, Braunton and Leibert, WPA, et al., Fraser, Guy L. and et al.. Prominent architectural styles found in El Paso Country are Classical Revival, Mission/Spanish Revival and Art Deco.
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