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The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 4, July 1900 - April, 1901

INDEX TO VOLUME IV.
Adams, Frank ................................................. 42
Adkins, ---, 122, 159, 176; Jane, 122, 159........................ 176
Affairs of the Association......................................59-69, 235
Alcaraz, Diego de ...............................3, 5, 13, 20, 21, 25, 29
Aldredge, W. B ............................................44, 45
Allen, Cado, 199; Mrs. Laura, 129; Sam, 182, 189; Martin, 199; Capt.,
at San Jacinto.......................................... 2!)1
Almonte, 41, 172, 173, 176; reconnoitering at New Washington, 268;
at San Jacinto................................ ...291, 341
Alsbury, Y. P., Account of burning of Vince's Bridge ..............339-40
Archer, B. T..................... ....................44, 45, 145
Armstrong, Alex.................................... 157
Atkins, Joseph.................. .......... ... ................ 199
Austin, John, 36, 38, 274; Stephen F., 42, 53, 57, 93, 104, 110, 124, 127,
155, 156, 169, 186; Wm. T., 44, 45; goes to Velasco for artillery,
9444, 318; letter of, 330; Moses Austin's Journal .............. 57
Ayres, Mrs. Sallie Sawyer................................... 59, 60
Baker, Joseph, 141; Moseley, 156, 182; Letter to Houston, 272-87;
guards San Felipe, 246, 279, 310, 329; burns San Felipe, 247,
281 .................................................... 310
Ball, McKay, 206, 208; W. A..................................... 135
Barker, Eugene C.....................................190, 234, 235
Barragan, Capt .............................................. 289
Batter, S................. ................................... 193
Baylor, R. E. B ..............................................209, 210
Beason, Abe, Collins, Leander, Mary .............................. 155
Beason's Crossing, Houston's camp at, 244, 298, 308, 328, 335; retreat
from ......................................299, 309, 319, 328
Bell, - , Mrs., 158, 166; Mr............ 93, 109, 117, 160, 163, 186, 188
Bennet, ---, 87, 119; Theodore ..............................37, 44
Bexar Archives.................................. 58
Billingsley, Jesse.............................................. 292
Bingham, Maj .............................................97, 98, 136
Boggs, A. D. ................. ..................... ..... 206
Book Reviews and Notices.... .................. 57, 152, 154, 230, 231
Borden, Gail, 129, 141; S. G., 129; Thos............................ 141
Bostick, Sion ................ ... .................. ............ 17.
Bowie, James ...............................................147, 239;
Bradburn, Juan Davis ..................................34, 36, 190
Branch, C. T.................................... ............... 193
Brewster, Mrs., 87, 88; James .............. ................... 88, 184
Briscoe, Andrew .............................124, 125, 126, 127, 196, 197

Texas State Historical Association. The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 4, July 1900 - April, 1901. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101018/. Accessed May 3, 2016.

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