The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 15, July 1911 - April, 1912

INDEX TO VOLUME XV

Aberdeen, George Gordon, Fourth Earl
of, accession to the Foreign Office,
227-8 note 1, 244 note 1; instructions,
cited, 297; letters, 294-6, 309-17, 321-
3, 339-42, 345; letters to, 244-65, 317-
19, 324-30, 332-3, 335-9, 343-9, 351-5;
ratifying conference, 311, 333.
Abolition of Slavery, by Mexico, 228; in
Texas, 216, 225-6, 231, 238-40, 245,
248.
Acevedo, Antonio de (Fray), 72, 73.
Acoma (Keresan pueblo), Indians, 100;
location, 121; population, 1680, 121;
revolt, 1680, 126-7.
Adaes Indians, 168.
Los Adaes (mission), 3, 6, 12, 15, 18
note 2, 48, 60-2.
Adai Indians, 15, 168; French treatment
of, 5; reception of the Spanish, 51.
Adams, Ephraim Douglass, 172; British
Interest and Activities in Texas, crit-
ical note, 274 note 6; Correspondence
from the British Archives concerning
Texas, 201-65, 294-355.
Addington, Henry Unwin, 294 note 1;
letters, 294, 309, 330-1.
Adjutant-General's Office, abolished,
1856, 155; Archives, condition, 1852,
151-2; burning, 1855, 152-5; revival,
1860, 155.
Aes Indians, 168.
Affieck, J. D., 91.
Aguayo, Marquz de San Miguel de, 18
note 2; appointment as governor of
Texas and Coahuila, 20-1; Carta . ..,
critical note, 64; conference with Saint
Denis, 44, 44 note 3, 45, 45 note 2,
56; councils of war, 31, 33, 39; expe-
dition into Texas and Louisiana, 1719-
22, 1-65, 80, 187; investigation of the
abandonment of East Texas, 2 note

1; public services before appointment
as governor, 20-1, following the ex-
pedition of 1719-22, 21-2; Representa-
ci6n . . ., critical note, 64; route, 33-
45; supplies and recruits, 25-9, sup-
ply-ship, 33, 53, 56. (See also The
Aguayo Expedition . . .; Buckley,
Eleanor Claire; Espinosa, Isidro
Felix.)
The Aguayo Expedition into Texas and
Louisiana, 1719-1722, 1-65.
Ais (mission), 12 note 1, 18 note 2;
refounding, 49; site, 49-50.
Alabama Indians, 168.
Alameda (Tigua pueblo), 127-129.
Alamo, fall, 269.
Alarc6n, Martin de (Governor of Coa-
huila and Texas), 4-5 note 3, 15 note
1, 18 note 2; correspondence with La
Harpe, critical note, 10-11 note 4;
delay at San Antonio, 7, 8 note 1; dis-
regard of instructions, 13; expedition,
1718, 2, 2 note 4, 22; order, effect
upon La Harpe's movements, 5 note 1;
reception at Concepci6n, 1718, 7; Re-
laci6n de los empleos . . . del Sar-
gento mayor D. Martin de Alarc6n
..., critical note, 64-5; relinquish-
ment of government, 21 note 5.
Albadadejo, Joseph (Fray), 32; as-
signed to Ais mission, 49 note 6.
Aleman, Ana Maria de, 28.
Alibnmu Tndians. 168.
Allen, S. T., 175 note 2.
Amoladero, Bayou, Aguayo's crossing,
49 note 5.
Amory, Nathaniel (Texan charge,
United States), 273, 275 6; diplo-
matic negotiations in the United
States, 275-8.

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