The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 35, July 1931 - April, 1932

INDEX OF VOLUME XXXV

Abad, Antonio, 71.
Acosta, J. I., 151.
Acosta, J. M., 151.
Adair, W. P., 260.
Adais, Los, 50, Church, description of,
64; Mission, 64; report on, 65; or-
ganization, 65; statistics of mar-
riages, baptisms, burials, 65, 66; Pre-
sidio of, 53.
Advertiser, Galveston, 188.
Advocate of the People's Rights, Bra-
zoria, 182.
Advocate, San Luis, 190.
Agriculture in Texas, 1, 2.
Ais Indians, 30, 66; Mission, 63; re-
port on, 67; records of, 68.
Aitken, John, 182.
Alamito Creek, El, 58.
Alamo, 129, 132, 174, 250.
Alamo, Altar of Tewas Liberty, The,
reviewed, 250.
Alaz(in Creek, El, 62.
Alden, James, 112.
Alderete, Rev. Pedro, 35.
Aldrich, Geo., 166.
Allen, A. C., 2.
Allen, J. K., 238.
Allen, Martin, 147.
Allen, Oliver H., 182.
Almonte, Juan N., 29.
American Flag, Matamoras, 191.
Amillano, Fr., 64.
Amoladeras Creek, 53, 63, 68.
Anderson, M. W., 259.
Angelina River, description of, 62, 70.
Animals in Texas, 43, 57.
Animas Creek, Las, 72.
Anthony, D. W., 182.
Anza, Juan Bautista de, 83, 84, 65.
Anza's California Empeditions, re-
viewed, 83.
Apaches, 36, 37, 57, 74, 291, 295, 301,
307, 308.
Archer, Branch T., 2, 95, 97.
Arkansas, cotton markets, 144j 240.
Arkansas Democrat, 12.
Arnett, J. H., 322.
Arredondo, proclamation, 267, 270.
Asbridge, -, 179.
Asbury, S. E., 91, 128, opinion of Bon-
ham, 132; of Alamo, 135.
Ashland, 277.
Ashley, Henry, 329.
Asinais Indians, 29, 30, 59, 62, 69.

Atascosa, El, 50, 74.
Atascosa Ranch, 73.
Atlantic & Pacific Railway Company,
24.
Attoyac River, description of, 63, 68.
Atwell, James, 183.
Austin, 4, 5; R. R. Convention of 1851,
7, 19.
Austin as capital, 78, 81; acquires
press, 188, 190.
Austin, the, 167.
Austin City Gazette, 190.
Austin, Moses, 147.
Austin, Stephen F., relation to J. R.
Jones, 147, 174, 179.
Austin, S. F., publishes first volume
in Texas, 182.
Bahia, La, 38, 49, 54.
Bahia del Espiritu Santo, Mission of,
44; report on, 45; Indians of, 45,
46; property and equipment, 46;
founded 1717, 47; number of bap-
tisms, and burials, 47; 73; Presidio,
38, 39, 72, 73.
Baird, S. M., 239.
Baker, Joseph, 183, 184.
Baker, Mosely, 2, 184.
Baltimore, 273.
Bancroft, H. H., 133, 180, 307.
Bangs, S., 173, 175; in Mexico, 176;
188, 192, 267; ancestors, 268; early
life, 269; capture by Arredondo, 270;
application for Mexican citizenship,
271; application for grant of land in
Texas, 272; death of his wife, 273;
marriage to Miss C. French, 273;
editor in Texas, 274, 275; captured
by Indians, 277; death, 277; contri-
bution to Texas letters, 277, 278.
Bafio Ranch, El, 64.
Barker, E. C., 87, 91, 178, 179, 180,
245, 247, 327.
Barnes, C. M., 134.
Barney, J. M., 119.
Barr, Robert, 148.
Barret, Arrie, 213.
Barret, -, 319.
Barrett, Jonathan F., 4.
Barrett, Thos., 158, 159.
Bartlett, J. R., 313.
Basset, J. S., 100.
Bastrop, 168, 223.
Bayou City, the, 115.

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