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Aberdeen-Angus cattle, 428:
crossbreeding of with
Brahmans, 439
Abolition, Anti-, Society, 163
Abolition, 1860 plots in Tex-
as, article on, 259-285
Adair, Garland, 92
Adams, Paul, 91, 92, 93
Adams, Ramon F., 90, 93
Adams County, Mississippi,
163, 164
Adee, -, acting secretary of
state, cited, 309n
Adventures of a Ballad
Hunter, reviewed, 131-133
Africa: Brahman cattle in,
427; free natives in Texas
(1850 and 1860), 199
Ages, of migrants into East
Texas, 331-332
Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Texas, 161, 355
Agriculture: onion produc-
tion in Texas, article on
mentioned, 461; potential,
along Rio Grande, 227
Agriculture, department of,
154; cattle crossbreeding
experiments by, 440-442;
control of Texas fever,
158; importation of Brah-
man cattle by, 433
Agua Dulce, 100
Agua Prieta, Mexico, at-
tacked by revolutionists,
814
Aguilar, Rafael, cited, 309n
Alabama: as birthplace of
children brought to East
Texas, 192, 195; as birth-
place of migrants to East
Texas, 189, 342; as birth-
place of mothers and fa-
thers migrating to East
Texas, 189, 193-194; as
source of indirect migra-
tion to East Texas, 191,
195; as source of migra-
tion to East Texas, 15-29,
31, 184-197, 200-201, 205-
208, 340; as source of mi-
gration to Texas west of
Trinity River, 340, 342;
as way station in migra-
tion to East Texas, 190,
191; estimated number of
migrants from in Texas
(1850 and 1860), 341; esti-
mated total migration
from (1836-1860) to East
Texas, 338; excess of wom-
en over men among Ala-
bama-born migrating to
East Texas, 195; general
relation to settlement of

East Texas, 195-197, 200-
201, 206-208; natives in
Texas (1850 and 1860),
198; natives outside state
(1850 and 1860), 202-204;
nativities of residents and
residences of natives (1850
and 1860), 202-204; per
cent of natives outside
state, in Texas (1850 and
1860), 202-204; rank of
Texas among outside places
of residences of Alabama
natives (1850, 1860, and
1880), 202-204; rank of
Texas in numerical in-
crease among outside
places of residence of Ala-
bama natives (1850-1860),
202-204; rate of migra-
tion from to East Texas,
189, 330; role in westward
movement of southern pop-
ulation, 201
Alabama Historical Quar-
terly, 114
Alabama Indians: Archer
recommends treaty with
(1835), 33; material on
mentioned, 459, 461
Alamo, fall of, 165; gun-
powder used at, 111
Albert Veterinary College of
London, 153
Alderman, William B., 242
Aldredge, Sawnie, Jr., joins
Association, 126
Alexander, Miss Frances, 93
Alien oath, in Civil War, 76
Allen, J. S., joins Associa-
tion, 127
Allen, Lee, cited, 455
Allen, Lucy, note on, 454
Allen, Miss Winnie, 237
Allison, S. T., book by men-
tioned, 456
Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno,
dissertation on mentioned,
112
Alsbury, E. P., cited, 400
Alspaugh, Miss Pearl, joins
Association, 125
Alvord, Wayne, joins Asso-
ciation, 126
America Moves West, 256
American Brahman Breed-
ers Association: cited,
430n, 434n, 435n, 442n;
founding of, 442
American Constitutions, cit-
ed, 474
American Municipal Govern-
ment and Administration,
255

American People, A Diplo-
matic History of the, 256
America's Sheep Trails, re-
view of, 373-374
Amsler, A. C., 93
Amsler, Robert, 92; joins
Association, 126
Analectic Magazine, 236
Anderson, Texas, 265, 457
Anderson County, abolition-
ists in, 272
Andrews, Mrs. J. M., joins
Association, 463
Angelina County, 2, 4n, 184n,
185, 191, 192, 193, 195, 329,
331, 332n, 333, 335; as-
certained arrivals of fam-
ilies in, 7, 15-31, 187, 328;
free families in, 7; indicat-
ed immigration into, 7;
out-of-state sources of set-
tlement, 187; population
(1850 and 1860), 5; rates
of settlement from out-of-
state, 328
Angelina River, 43; Indian
settlers on, 37, 39; In-
dian territory west of, 33
Animal Industry, Bureau of,
148, 153-154, 154-155;
cited, 148, 153, 154n, 156
Anthropology, book on re-
viewed, 481-482
Anti-Abolition Society, 163
Anti-Gambling S o c i e t y,
Adams County, 163
Antiques, magazine, 236
Apache Indians, in early
Mason County, 390
Apalachicola, in Civil War,
81
Aransas, Texas, news of in
Civil War, 209
Archer, Branch T., recom-
mends negotiations with
Indians (1835), 32-33
Archer, William S., 171, 172
Archives: Mississippi Pro-
vincial, cited, 84; San An-
tonio, see Bexar Archives;
Spanish, Archivo General
de la Naci6n (Mexico
City), 286-287
Archive de la Secretaria de
Gobierno, 460
Arizona, in Civil War, 70,
72, 76
Arizona (gunboat), in at-
tack on Sabine Pass, 400,
402, 404, 405, 407
Arkansas: as birthplace of
children brought to East
Texas, 192, 195; as birth-
place of migrants to East
Texas, 189; as birthplace

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