The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938

INDEX TO VOLUME XL1

Acapulco, 296; blockade of, 299.
Acosta, Juan de, 219.
Acuila, Juan de, 126.
Adair, A. Garland, efforts for Museum,
243, 244.
Adams, John Quincy, 142, 143, 148, 150,
151, 152, 153; letter of, 144.
Adams, Andy, work of, 241.
Adaes, 129; presidio, 138.
Affairs of the Association, 121.
After Coronado, Spanish Exploration
Northeast of New Mexico, reviewed,
111.
"After the Merrimac," 185.
Aguayo, Marquis de, 214, 216, 219, 220;
route of, 212; diary of, 220; expedi-
tion, 222; founder of Mission San
JosS, 223.
AlamAn, Lucas, Minister of Foreign Af-
fairs, 284; seeks European aid, 292,
293.
Alamo, volunteers at, 329; fall of, 330;
Creek, 139; Kentuckians at, 176.
Alarc6n, Martin de, expedition of, 312;
description of Nueces River, 314; ar-
rives at Arroyo Hondo, 315; at El
Arroyo de los Paiayas, 316; crosses
Medina and San Antonio rivers, 317;
San Marcos, 319; leaves for Rio
Grande, 323.
Allen, A. C., founder of Houston, 99.
Allred, James V., dedicates Museum, 243,
244.
Almonte, Juan N., inspection of Texas,
195; instructions of, 197, 198, 200,
201; sent to Texas, 197; reaches New
Orleans, 201; orders troops to Texas,
202; in Texas, 203; impartiality and
honesty of, 204; confers with Indians,
205; friendship with Austin, 205;
credits rumors about Austin, 206;
mission of, 207; fears result of sec-
tional strife, 208; advances cause of
education, 209, 210.
Almonte's Inspection of Texas in 18311,
195.
Alvarez, Juan, administrator of Guer-
rero, 296; leads rebellion, 298; effect
of revolution led by, 305.
American Political and Social History,
reviewed, 187.
"Amusements in the Republic of Texas,"
by W. R. Hogan, 252.
Analysis of the Work of the General
Council, Provisional. Government of
Texas, 183J-1836, 225, 324.

Ander. 0. Fritiof, review of The Chang-
ing West and Other Essays, 357.
Anderson, Charles Robert, ed., Journal
of a Cruise to the Pacific Ocean, 1842-
1844, s, the Frigate United States,
with Notes on Herman Melville, re-
viewed, 269.
Andrew Jackson and the Erving Affi-
davit, 142.
Andrews, Charles McLean, The Colonial
Period of American History: The Set-
tlements, reviewed, Vol. II, 275, Vol.
III, 350.
Annexation of Texas, 142, 143, 144.
"An Old-Timer Harks Back," 181.
Aransas Revenue District, 232.
Archer, B. T., negotiates loan, 231.
Arizona, missions in, 154.
Armstrong, William L., 229.
Army of Texas, 324; appropriations for,
326; reinforcements, 327; land grants,
329; military law concerning, 330,
332, 334; uniform of, 338.
Arnold, Hendrick, 89, 92.
Arroyo Hondo, description of, 315.
Ashworth, Abner, 88, 89.
Ashworth, William, 97.
Ashworths, land granted to, 86.
Austin, Stephen F., 195, 197; land grant
from, 87; an old colonist of, 92, 196;
arrest of, 201, 205, 207; effects of ar-
rest, 201; hostility of some colonists
toward, 206; colonists of, 208; negoti-
ates loan, 231, 251; leads volunteers
at San Antonio, 324; money to be for-
warded to, 325; goes to United States,
326; favors organization of cavalry,
338; approves aiding Mexia, 341; let-
ter to San Felipe, 342.
Ayutla, Federalist plan of, 296; revolu-
tion of, 296; brings on censorship of
press, 298; shows need for reform,
298; attracts support of poor, 302.
Bahia, 129; presidio of, 138.
Baker. Karle Wilson, 243.
Bandelier, Adolph F. A., and Fanny,
Historical Documents Relating to New
Mexico, Nueva Vizcaya, and Ap-
proaches Thereto, to 1773, reviewed,
360.
Banks, Nathaniel P., 179.
Barbastro, Father Francisco, 155, 161,
162, 163, 164, 169.
Barker, Eugene C., 177, 249, 251; note
on writings of Sam Houston, 370;

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