The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928

INDEX TO VOLUME XXXI

Acequias, public under Mexico, 266;
within the United States, 266; devel-
opment of, 272; methods of construc-
tion, 274.
Adair, Cornelia, Mrs., 243; contract
with Col. Goodnight, 246, 251.
Adair, John G., 109, 111, 223; agree-
ment with Goodnight, 225; trip from
Colorado to Texas, 227; plan to kid-
nap, 229; contract with Goodnight,
235; salary agreement, 241; death,
246.
Adelsverein, 116, 120, 125, 128.
Adobe Walls, 96.
Affairs of the Association, 86, 384.
Alarc6n, Martin de, 180.
Aldridge, George, 72, 79.
Almonte, Juan N., 365.
Alpando, Josd Maria, 75.
Altgelt, Ernst, 127.
Andrews, J. V., 340.
Angelia, 308.
Angelina river, navigation of, 182.
Apache Indians, 60, 221.
Archer, Branch T., 135, 137.
Arizona, legislation concerning water
courses, 268; acequias, 278.
Arricard Indians, 152.
Asinai Indians, 50, 150.
Austin, city of, 80.
Austin, J. P., 205.
Austin, Stephen F., 44, 46, 47, 135, 137,
202.
Bacon, Col., 95.
Bagwell, - -, Dr., 357.
Bagwell, Went, 357.
Baker Brothers, 340.
Barker, Eugene C., 384.
Barton, Doc and Dick, 340.
Beales, John Charles, 300.
Beall, B. L., Major, 121.
Bell, M. E., 91.
Bell, P. H., 4.
Benard, G., 64, 75.
"Billy the Kid," 350.
Blake, B., 83, 182, 289.
Blount, S. W., 71, 73, 75.
Bordoi, Fray Antonio, 52.
Bossier, J. V., 68; death, 82.
Bowie County, 39.
Bracht, Viktor, 126.
Briscoe, Andrew, 368.
Briscoe, A. J., Mrs., 4.
Briscoe, Mary J., 370, 371.

Brown, G. A., 349.
Bryan, Guy M., 4, 84.
Buell, George P., 99.
Buffaloes, 97, 98, 223, 229.
Buffalo hunters, 96, 97.
Bugbee, T. S., 339, 340.
Bunton, J. W., 193.
Burleson, Rufus C., 4.
Burnet, David G., 214, 217,
304, 313, 315, 368, 372.
Burnley, Alfred T., 132.
Butes and Deal, 339.

302, 303,

California, 28; legislation concerning
water courses, 270; acequias, 282.
Camp Cooper, 94.
Campos, Juan Vicente, 300.
Cap Rock, 222.
Carhart, L. G., 340.
Carr, Col., 74, 94.
Carroll, Capt., 94.
Carson, Samuel P., 134, 137, 194, 195,
206, 208.
Catfish Ford, 101.
Castro, 118.
Chirino, Juan Bautista, 73, 75.
Chisolm, John, 221.
Christian Colony, 345, 354.
Clarendon, 96.
Clark, Ben, 78.
Clarke, Chas. H., 184.
Clary, J. D., 78.
Clayton, George W., 235.
Cogdale, A. B., 244.
Coleman, Betsey, 39.
Coleman, Lea, 91.
Coleman, L. G., 339.
Coleman, R. M., 193, 206.
Collinsworth, James, 137, 138, 194, 195,
204, 207, 208.
Colonial Period of Texas History, 20.
Colonization, Mexican laws concerning,
296; provisions of contracts, 301; re-
fusal of Mexican government to rec-
ognize minor contracts, 311; land
titles granted, 314; action of Repub-
lic of Texas on empresario contracts,
314.
Colorado, legislation concerning water
courses, 269; acequias, 281.
Comanche Indians, 105, 122, 124, 125,
128, 221.
Community Acequias, 271.
Conrad, Edward, biographical sketch of,
33; 148, 194, 206.

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