El Paso, Texas hosts a scenic drive which allows one to see a bordering city in Mexico from across the United States border.
In 1921, the El Paso Scottish Rite Temple was constructed in downtown El Paso, Texas. The temple hosts a large library of various Masonic texts from Albert Pike and other significant figures.
Following the establishment of the San Antonio-El Paso Road, a military post called “The Post” opposite El Paso (meaning opposite El Paso del Norte, across the Rio Grande) was established in 1854. That same year San Antonio-El Paso Mail was established, which passed through Franklin in 1854. The area would became known as El Paso, Texas.