The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 25, July 1921 - April, 1922

Index

INDEX TO VOLUME XXV

Address of a Citizen of Texas on Annex-
ation, 9.
Affairs of the Association, annual meet-
ing of 1921, 78; officers and members
elected, 79; report of Treasurer, 79,
227, 302.
Aldrete, Captain Rafael, destroys Kar-
ankawa Indians, 230.
Anderson, John D., Convention of 1845,
31.
Annexation of Texas and the Mississippi
Democrats, by James E. Winston,
1-25; Address of a Citizen of Texas,
on, 9; Texas accepts, 26; contem-
porary argument for by Guy M.
Bryan, 109.
Archer, Branch T., president of Con-
sultation, 251.
Armstrong, C., Convention of 1845, 31.
Armstrong, J., Convention of 1845, 31.
Arneson, Edwin P., Early Irrigation in
Texas, 121-135.
Austin, John, Committee on Indian
affairs, 249.
Austin, Stephen F., Copies of two letters
given to University of Texas, 78.
Bache, R., Convention of 1845, 31;
votes against annexation, 33.
Barr, William, 95.
Baylor, R. E. B., committee on annex-
ation resolutions, 29.
Bee, H. P., 275.
Binkley, William C., review, 76.
Bird's Fort, 153.
Black, J. S., 153.
Bolton, Herbert E., and T. M. Mar-
shall, Colonization of North America,
reviewed, 72.
Book reviews: Bolton and Marshall,
Colonization of North America, 72;
Gulick (ed.), Papers of Mirabeau
Buonaparte Lamar, 76; Henderson,
Conquest of the Old Southwest, 220;
Maverick (ed.), Memoirs of Mary A.
Maverick, 224; Clark, Reminiscences,
Biographical and Historical, 226;
Kittrell, Governors Who Have Been,
300; Manning, Some History of Van
Zandt County, 301.
Boyle, Carlos, trading at Nacogdoches,
92.
Bradly, J. M., Committee on Indian
affairs, 249.
Brashear, I. W., Convention of 1845, 31.

Brown, A. G., favors annexation and
slavery, 2.
Brown, G. W., Convention of 1845, 31.
Bryan, Guy M., Sketch of, 98-100;
Correspondence with Rutherford B.
Hayes, 98-120, 198-221, 274-295;
contemporary argument for annexa-
tion of Texas, 109, 112-115; election
to legislature; views on anti-slavery
agitation, 217; nomination to Con-
gress, 275; Reconstruction Condi-
tions, 290, 293.
Buchel, A., Sketch of, 148.
Burleson, Edward, Commissioner to
Comanches, 258.
Burnet, David G., Secretary of State,
60; Sketch, 148.
Burroughs, J. M., Convention of 1845,
32.
Caldwell, John, Committee on annexa-
tion resolutions, 29.
Cameron, John, Commissioner to Cher-
okees, 256.
Cazenau, William L., Committee on
annexation resolutions, 29.
Cherokee, Claims to land in Texas, 247,
252, 256.
Claiborne, J. F. H., advocate of annexa-
tion, 19.
Clark, Edward, Convention of 1845, 31.
Cockburn, William, doorkeeper, 30.
Conditions in Texas Affecting the Col-
onization Problem, 1795-1801, by
Mattie Austin Hatcher, 81-97.
Conilt, Santiago (James), 95.
Connerly, Mrs. R. H., gives copies of
letters by Stephen F. Austin to
University of Texas, 78.
Constitution of 1845, formation of, 34.
Convention of 1845, The Texas, by
Annie Middleton, 26-62; members of,
31-32.
Cook, Colonel Hampton, Sketch of
Randol Jones, 147.
Cook, William G., Adjutant-General,
60.
Cordero, Antonio, Governor of Coa-
huila, 87.
Crane, R. C., article by, 147.
Cuney, P. M., Convention of 1845, 31.
Cunningham, A. L., Convention of
1845, 32.
Cushing, E. B., Sketch of Edward
Hopkins Cushing, 261-273.

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