The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955

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A. B. Grady's Cowboy Com-
pany, 231
A. O. Smith Corporation of
Texas, 392
Abbott, Texas, schools in, 502
Aberdeen, Earl of, see
Gordon, John Campbell
Hamilton
Aberdeen, Texas, 493; pic-
ture of, noted, 493
Aberdeen School, 494
Abernathy, M. G., joins As-
sociation, 566
Abilene, Kansas, 183; picture
of, noted, 497
Abilene, Texas, 264, 432;
growth of, 180
Abilene Baptist College, 118
Abilene News, 264
Abilene Reporter, 264
Abilene Trail, 495. See also
Chisholm Trail
Abolin, William C., 349
Abolition, 265. See also Civil
War, Negroes, Slavery
Academy movement, 108; in
Montgomery County, 255;
in Rusk County, 379; the-
sis on, listed, 103. See also
Education, Institutions
Acheson, Alex W., 131
Acheson, Sam, 433; article
by, cited, 429n
Acoma, New Mexico, 575
Acoste Indians, see Alabama-
Coushatta
Adaes, 564
Adair, A. Garland, 433
Adair, John, 332n
Adair Normal School, 375
Adams, Abigail, 499
Adams, Andy, 218
Adams, Eleanor B., book by,
noted, 315
Adams, Mrs. J. L., 489
Adams, John Quincy, 141,
388, 450, 511
Adams, Lee M., joins Asso-
ciation, 302
Adams, Paul, 147, 159, 436;
elected vice-president of
the Association, 145
Adams, Robert, picture of,
noted, 282
Adams, Mrs. S. L., joins As-
sociation, 567
Adams, Walter H., 434
Adams, William, picture of,
noted, 282
Adams School, Schleicher
County, 99
Adams-Ofiis Treaty, 110. See
also Treaty of 1819
Adams Trail, see Western
Trail
Add-Ran Christian Univer-
sity, 256; picture of, noted,
284

Add-Ran College, 256, 503;
pictures of, noted, 255
Ad interim government, 130;
personnel of, 266; thesis
on, listed, 265-266
Adjutant General's Office,
records of, cited, 7n, 8n
Adkinson, J. W., 271
Adobe, 379
Adobe Walls Trail, 377
Advertising: of medicine
men, 131; of pioneer mail
service, 120; of streetcars,
244, 245
Advisory Board of Histori-
ans, see Texas Centennial
Aeronautical Division, see
Aviation Section, United
States Signal Corps
Aeronautics (magazine), 8351,
353n
Affleck, J. D., cited, 37n, 38n
African slave trade, in
Texas, 106. See also
Slavery
Agrarianism, see Farmers'
Alliance, People's Party,
Populist Party
Agricultural education, 80
Agricultural Society of Cat
Spring, 387
Agriculture, 108, 110, 117,
122, 126, 130, 134, 141, 253,
267, 275, 277, 281, 282, 874,
379, 884, 387, 897, 399, 497,
499, 500, 503, 509, 511, 513,
519, 521; development in
the South, 180; in Cam-
eron County, 108; in Cat
Spring settlement, 887; in
Childress County, 876; in
Hardeman County, 122; in
Hays County, 98; in Hen-
derson County, 378; in
Hutchinson County, 404;
in Kaufman County, 124;
in Kleberg County, 515; in
Lipscomb County, 877; in
Lubbock County, 264; in
Middle Brazos River area,
122; in Midland County,
121; in Montgomery Coun-
ty, 255; in Moore County,
261; in Nolan County, 288;
in Panhandle region, 281;
in Rio Grande Plain, 257;
in Scurry County, 127; in
Smith County, 104; in
Wharton County, 124; in
Williamson County, 109;
in Zavala County, 489; on
XIT Ranch, 103; thesis on,
listed, 503; training in, 27.
See also Barbed wire, Cat-
tle industry, Citrus fruit
industry, Corn, Cotton,
Dairying, Goats, Grasses
of Texas, Lumber, Popu-

list party, Sheep industry,
Texas A. and M. College
Agua Dulce Oil Field, pic-
tures of, noted, 506
Agua Dulce refinery, picture
of, noted, 379
Agua Nueva, 8, 75; battle of,
73, 76
Aguado, Alberto L6pez, 564
Aguayo, Marquis de, 279, 516
Aguayo Entrada, 132
Aguilares, Texas, 268
Ahope Ho-Nope, see Blue
River
Aikin, A. M., Jr., 484
Ainsworth, G. G., 503
Airplanes, see Aviation
Alabama (ship), 111, 275
Alabama letters, 108
Alabama Indians, thesis on,
listed, 492
Alabama-Coushatta Indians,
255
Alamo, Texas, 93, 274
Alamo, 1, 116, 274, 276, 529,
530, 542; and folklore, 467;
attempt to relieve, 509;
capture of, 504; death of
Crockett, 2; fall of, 506;
map of, noted, 504; map
of fortress area, noted,
109; picture of, noted,
109, 262
Alamo Hall, 173, 436, 559,
562
Alamo Heights School, San
Antonio, 397
Alarc6n, Martin de, 516
Alba, Rafael de, book by,
noted, 473n
Albany, Texas, 96, 296; pub-
lic schools in, speech on,
noted, 144
Albert, Lieutenant -, 117
Alcalde Furnace, 392
Alden, James, 403
Alden, John Richard, book
by, reviewed, 582-583
Aldermanic government, see
Municipal government
Aledo, Texas, 102
Alessio Robles, Vito, 116, 128
Alexander, C. W., 252
Alexander, E. D., 382
Alexander, Isaac, picture of,
noted, 402
Alexander College, 402
Alexander Institute, Kilgore,
picture of, noted, 402
Alford, C. L., 33-34
Alibamos Indians, see Ala-
bama Indians
Alice, Texas, 387
Alice-Brownsville stagecoach
line, 282
Alice Municipal Airport, pic-
ture of, noted, 282
Alien Land Law, 335

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