The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953

Abad, Fray -, 84, 92
Abasolo, 518
Abbott, Texas, 566
Abell, William H., 283
Abernathy, Frances Dickson,
thesis by, listed, 64
Abernathy, George R., 106,
108, 120
Abilene, Kansas, 280, 418;
and Texas cattle, 376
Abilene, Texas, 315, 328;
schools in, 452
Abilene Christian College,
77, 452; picture of, noted,
76
Abolitionism, 281. See also
Emancipation, Negr o,
Slavery in Texas
Abraham, Lucille Goode, the-
sis by, listed, 64
Acree, Fred, Indian burial
on farm of, noted, 426
Acta Constitutiva, 533, 534
Acuff, Texas, 420
Ad interim government of
Texas, 449
Adair, Colonel -, 215
Adair, A. Garland, 131
Adair, John G., 87
Adams, Andy, 137
Adams, G. B., 483
Adams, James, 373
Adams, James Taylor, 558
Adams, John Quincy, 521;
thesis on, listed, 258
Adams, Kit, 221
Adams, Paul, 108, 109, 119;
elected Association officer,
110
Adams Family Association,
558
Adams-Ofiis treaty, 215, 258,
521
Addicks, Texas, 466
Addison, O., 305
Adelsverein, see German
Emigration Company
Adkins, John Robert, thesis
by, listed, 65
Admiral, map by, noted, 532
Adobe Walls, battle of, 444
Advertiser (Galveston), 269
Advertising, 241, 253
Advocate (San Luis), 269
Affleck, Isaac Dunbar, 217,
217n, 221n, 238n
Affleck, Thomas, 100
Affleck, Thomas Dunbar,
211n, 221n, 236n
African slave trade, see
Slave trade in Texas
Afton, Texas, 315
Agnew, Eloise Gladys, thesis
by, listed, 65
Agramonte, Aristides, 153

Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Texas, 123, 303,
311, 312, 355, 420, 535;
book on, reviewed, 473-474
Agricultural Experiment
Station, 311
Agricultural fairs, 420; the-
sis on, listed, 257
Agriculture, 96, 192, 300,
306, 417, 423, 438, 444,
510, 520, 546; and im-
pressment acts during
Civil War, 427; around
Goliad, 424; commission-
er's report, cited, 52n, 53n,
54n, 57n; cotton, during
Confederacy, 437; dry
farming, 532; during Civil
War, 435; during early
statehood, 443; farm jour-
nals, thesis on, noted, 316;
Gray's history of, cited,
53n; in Caldwell County,
439; in Clay County, 4438;
in Coleman County, 430; in
Dallam County, 426; in
Dallas County, 519; in
Erath County, 265; in
Guadalupe County; 430;
in Kerr County, 448; in
Llano County, 271; in Lub-
bock County, 420; in
Montague County, tables
concerning, noted, 257; in
Presidio County, 278; in
Randall County, 420; in
West Texas, 291; in Wil-
barger County, 538; of
Rio Grande Valley, 426; of
South Plains, 450; produce
statistics on, noted 304,
305, 426; Texas regional
map, 531. See also Farm-
ers Co-operative Demon-
stration Work, Grange in
Texas, Irrigation
Agua Nueva, Mexico, 530,
531
Aguayo, Marquis de San Mi-
guel de, 514; thesis on,
listed, 85
Aguirre, Rafael de, 446
Agustin I, see Iturbide,
Agustin de
Airplane, first army, at Fort
Sam Houston, 282
Akers, R. W., joins Associa-
tion, 147
Akron, Ohio, 209
Akselrad, Rose-Marie P., 119
Alabama-Coushatta Indians,
74, 86, 218; pictures of,
noted, 427
Alaman, Llicas, 247, 249,
251; cited, 251n

Alamito, Texas, 278
Alamo, 90, 142, 284, 400, 430,
439, 566; flag of, 430, 537;
maps of, noted, 101, 430,
536, 537; pictures of,
noted, 290, 536, 537; theses
on, listed, 522, 536-537
Alamo Express (San An-
tonio), 283
Alamo Heights Methodist
Church, San Antonio, 419
Alamo Methodist Church,
San Antonio, 419
Alamo Star (San Antonio),
283
Alamogordo, New Mexico,
387
Alarc6n, Martin de, 514;
thesis on expedition of,
listed, 290
Alarc6n Expedition, see
Alarc6n, Martin de
Alarm Bell of the West (San
Antonio), 269, 283
Albany, Texas, 387
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
321
Alcalde, 259
Aldama, 73
Alexander, -, 217
Alexander, Mrs. Eliza Ayers,
picture of, noted, 305
Alexander, G. N. (Tip),
speech on, noted, 107
Alexander, Isaack, 539
Alexander, Mrs. Patience N.,
picture of, noted, 305
Alexander, R. M., picture of,
noted, 287
Alexander, Robert, 159, 515;
thesis on, listed, 304-305
Alexander, W. M., picture
of, noted, 440
Alexander, William, 446
Alexander, Texas, 265
Alexandria, Louisiana, 216,
241
Algerita Hotel, picture of,
noted, 261
Algonquin Indians, 454
Alien land law, 299
All Saints Chapel (Austin),
book on, reviewed, 151-152
Allen, Mrs. -, 223
Allen, Augustus Chapman,
49, 82, 254, 461
Allen, D. T., 13
Allen, Ebenezer, cited, 209n
Allen, Gladys, 119
Allen, J. L., 201n
Allen, John Kirby, 49, 82,
204, 204n, 254, 461
Allen, Mrs. Leona, 410n
Allen, O. T., picture of.
noted, 440

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