The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963

Index

Floyd, Rufus, 145
Floyd County: map of, 285
Fogg's Ferry (play), 46
Foote, Henry Stuart: book
by, 243n, 581, 585, 586
Footlights on the Border:
reviewed, 497
Footprints and Echoes, 49n
Ford, Reuben W., 112
Foreigners: in Texas in
1850's, article on, 208-221
Foreigners in the Confed-
eracy, 32n, 38n, 39n, 219n,
220n
Fornell, Earl Wesley: book
by, 220n
Forsythe, Samuel D., 2438,
473, 576n, 582
Fort Bend County: map of,
295
Fort Bliss: article on, 487;
map of, 111
Fort Bridger, Wyoming, 520
Fort Brown, 108
Fort Clark, 87, 38, 40, 41;
map of, 107
Fort Croghan, 481
Fort Davis: map of, 130,
300
Fort Duncan: map of, 107
Fort Elliott: plan of, 118
Fort Griffin: map of, 111
Fort Hancock: article on,
488; map of, 291
Fort Inge: map of, 107
Fort Kearney, Nebraska, 521
Fort Laramie, Wyoming, 520
Fort McIntosh: map of, 108
Fort McKavett: map of, 106,
287
Fort Mason: map of, 106
Fort Quitman: article on, 488
Fort Ringgold, 595
Fort San Saba, 113
Fort Stockton: map of, 108,
111
Fort Stockton Historical So-
ciety, 589
Fort Thorn: article on, 488
Fort Worth, 53n, 70, 306, 333,
335, 336, 366n, 593, 596;
map of, 291
Forty-eighth Ohio Infantry, 4
Forty-second Massachusetts
Infantry, 3, 6, 11
Forty Years at El Paso, 1858-
1898, p. 308
Foster, Augusta, 50
Foster, E. Junius, 344n
Foster, James, 402
Fourteen Hundred and Nine-
ty-one Days in the Confed-
erate Army, 2n, 13n, 15n
Fourteenth Kansas Infantry,
16n
Fourth Texas Volunteers, 495
Fox, Mrs. Jesse E., 148
Francis, Captain, 458n
Francis, William, 582
Francis Berrien, 234n

Frank, Father Anton, 187,
592; picture of, facing 592
Frankfort, Kentucky, 522,
525
Franklin Guard Report: ar-
ticle on, 488
Frantz, Joe B., 137, 156, 157,
483
Frantzen, Larry: speech by,
134
Fredericksburg, 32, 34, 85, 42
Freeman, Tina, 144
Freeman, W. G., 267n
French Embassy of the Re-
public of Texas, 428n
Friend, Llerena, 485
Frio River, 37
Frontier defense: article on,
17-80; speech on, 171
Frost, D. M., 195, 196
Frost, 545
Fudge, Bob, 309
Fuentes, Sabas, 586
Fulmore, Z. T., 360n
G. W. and C. B. Colton and
Company, 112, 118; map
by, 110
Gabel, Pete, 217
Gagnoir, Marie Louise, 244n
Gaines, A. M., 27
Gaines, Edmund P., 28
Gaines, James, 241, 244n,
464n, 465n, 466n, 468n,
469n, 471n, 476n, 477n
Gaines, John, 491
Gainesville: article on events
in, 331-414
Gale, Minna K., 52
Gallagher, Peter, 427n
Gallant Hood, 495
Gallegly, Joseph S.: article
by, 43-58; book by, re-
viewed, 497; contributor's
note on, 190
Galvan, Juan, 249n, 586
Galveston, 438, 44, 46n, 50, 53,
57, 70, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94,
95, 96, 97, 98, 102, 119,
208n, 209, 210, 212, 214,
216, 217, 218, 219, 254, 265,
424, 426, 489, 496, 525, 527;
battle of, 61, 65, 610; maps
of, 104, 105, 109, 287, 292;
victory week, 490-491
Galveston Bay, 96, 110, 111;
map of, 103, 104, 105, 118
Galveston County, 211n,
212n, 213n, 216n, 219n;
map of, 282
Galveston Daily News, 508n
Galveston Era, 220n
Galveston Historical Founda-
tion, 491
Galveston Historical Society,
589
Galveston and Houston Rail-
road, 105
Galveston News, 46n, 53, 129,
511n

623

Galveston News Bulletin, 65n
Galveston and Red River Rail-
road, 266n
Galveston Storm, 1900: ar-
ticle on, 485
Galveston Tri-Weekly News,
65
Gamble, W. H., 114
Gambrell, Herbert, 144
Gambrell, Mrs. Herbert, 144
Gammell, H. P. N.: book by,
222n, 228n, 224n, 225n,
227n, 228n, 415n
Ganado High School: joins
Association, 492
Gandy, C. W.: joins Associa-
tion, 600
Gannett, Henry, 132, 276, 277,
280, 282, 283, 286, 287, 290,
291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 297,
298, 299, 300, 301, 302
Garcia, Juan, 586
Gard, Wayne, 138, 144; book
review by, 496-497
Garner, John Nance, 171,
483, 592; article on, 163
Garrett, Jenkins, 146, 151
Garrett, Julia Kathryn: ar-
ticle by, 239n, 243n, 245n,
479n, 576n, 580n, 582n,
584, 585, 587; book by,
234n, 242n, 243n, 465n,
467n, 581, 582, 584, 586
Garrison,, Reverend Captain,
364, 365, 395, 410, 411, 412
Garrison, George P., 244n
Garvey, Lorraine, 143
Garwood, St. John C., 137
Gatesville: map of, 131, 292
Gatesville News, 599
Geddie, Jack, 138
Geise, William R., 145; ar-
ticle by, 193-207; contrib-
utor's note on, 328; speech
by, 138
General Land Office, 104, 112,
118, 116, 118, 221, 222, 225,
226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231,
271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276,
277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282,
284, 285, 286, 288, 292, 293,
295, 296, 297
Generals in Gray, 265n, 269n
Gentilz, Theodore, 129
George D. Barnard and Com-
pany, 281, 282, 284, 285
George, Mrs. Thomas McMil-
lan, III: joins Association,
600
Georgetown: map of, 287
Georgia: volunteers in Texas
Revolution, article on, 162
Gerald, Rex E., 488
Gerard-Woody Printing Co.,
298
Germaile, , 582
German Element in Texas,
31n
German Element in the
United States, 31n

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