The majority of the documents below were collected from the National Archives in Washington D.C with some documents provided by the Border Patrol Museum and Joe Banco. This page is the largest known private library of digitized USBP historical documents.
The naming convention of the files is year_month_day followed by a brief description of the file contents.
The majority of the documents have readable text and can be found in searches. However, due to blurry text in many of the documents, searches will not be exact. The best manner to search the library is to use Google's site search function. To do so, cut-and-paste "site:honorfirst.com" into a Google search bar followed by the search word(s) of which you are looking. The search words may also put into quotes for more focused results. Last document added - October 15, 2021
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