The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 82, July 1978 - April, 1979

Index

Abbott, Sigrid: 211
Abernethy, Francis Edward: 95-
96, 106-107
Abilene, Texas: 189, 201, 212,
312; Caldwell family in, 433
abolitionism: 327
abolitionists: rumors about, 247,
248, 388, 390; as unionists, 391
Academic Press: 435
Acadians: 217
Acosta, Gracia: 266 n.
Acosta, Juan Nepomuceno: and
April 1830 law, 137-138; and
Mexia family, 125
Acufia, Juan de (Marquds de
Casafuerte) : 275, 276, 282
Adalia, Texas: 145
Adams, Andy: 147
Adams, David: book review by,
465-466
Adams, Hervey Alexander, Jr.:
449
Adams, John Q.: 335
Adams, Nathan: 425
Addison, Joseph: 264 n.
Adkins, Patricia Guynes: diss.
by, 184
Adobe Walls, battles of: 218
"Affairs of the Association": by
L. T. Ellis, 112-116
"Affairs of the Association: Fi-
nancial Report": 346-350
Africa: 440
Afrika Korps: 209
Afro-American Texans, The: 208
Agreda, Maria Jesds de: work
of, 295
Agreda, Spain: 295 n.
agricultural history: 94, 99, 209;
article on, 351-378
agriculture: in census schedules,
354, 367; diversification in,
371 n.; expenses of, 368: and
income, 377-378; self-sufficien-
cy of, 351, 369-371, 371-375,
378; slaves in, 368; in 1970s,
439
Akadenmie der Bildenden Kunste
(Dresden): 15
Alabama: 242
AlamAn, Lucas: 130, 134; and
April 1830 law, 129, 131; as
foreign minister, 126; and
Mexia, 126
Alamo, the: D. L. W. Griffith
film about, 302, 303; TSHA
meeting session at, 302. See
also San Antonio de Valero
Alamo Express (San Antonio):
247
Alarc6n, Martin de: career of,
273 n.
Alarid, Retha Daniell: article by,
297-300; picture of, 299
Alaska: 441
Albany, New York: 152
Albright, Mary Margaret: 116
Album of Old-Tune Texas Post-

cards. An: 81
Albuquerque, New Mexico: 219,
327: seminar in, 436
alcoholism: 448
Alcott, Louisa M.: 143
Alexander, Nancy: 101
Alexander, William: 260
Alger, Horatio: 143
Alhashimi, Talib Ali: disc. by,
187
Allan, John T.: 260
Allen, George: 413
Allen, Martha M.: 445
Allen, Virginia Ruth Easley:
diss. by. 179
Almariz, Felix D., Jr.: 197, 218:
book by, noted, 319-320: book
by, presented to Juan Carlos,
304: on committee, 196: diss.
by, 187
Almariz. Maria: book by, noted.
319-320
Almazin. Antonio de: 265
Alpuche e Infante, Jose Maria:
121, 141
Altgelt, Ernst: 401
Alvarez, Manuel: 220
Alvarez Travieso, Vicente: 266,
273-274, 280 n., 292
Amarillo, Texas: 190
ambulance, military: 6, 41, 49
Americana, southwestern: collec-
tion of, 194
American Association for State
and Local History: awards by,
84-83, 443; publication of, 318
.American Caesa: Douglas Mac-
Arthur, 1880-1964: reviewed,
458-460
Anmccan Negro Slavery: 363-
364
.1merican Original: The Life of
J. Frank Dobic, Au: reviewed,
456-458
American party (Know-Nothing
party) : composition of, 235,
236, 242, 247, 249, 250, 254,
2533, 384, 385. 400; disinte-
grates, 233; and Germans, 381,
385, 386, 3899, 400; establish
Harrison Flag (Marshall),
244; support S. Houston, 239;
and other parties, 235, 236,
238, 240, 241, 246, 391: as
unionists, 394
American Revolution: Spanish
efforts in. 303-304
American University: thesis and
dissertation at, listed, 173
Amon Carter Museum of West-
ern Art: 209-210
Anahuac, Texas: 413; custom
house at, 410-411
Anarchtsr and the Mexican
Working Class, 1860-1931: re-
viewed, 466-467
Anderson, Adrian N.: book by,
reviewed, 419-420; on com-
mittee, 196
Anderson, Charles: 256

Anderson. Texas: 89
Andrus, Cecil D.: 88
Angela (schooner) : 131
Angelina County, Texas: 251
Angelina River: 119
Anglo Americans: and custom
duties, 410; in textbooks, 419,
421
.Anglo-Am ierrcan Texans, The:
208
Anisile, Dr. ---: 73 n.
Antiguan, Veracruz: 119
antiscorbutics: 12
Apache Indians: 215; archeo-
logical study of, 314; Bhxar
settlers fight, 278; signal de-
vices of, 20
apparel industry: 206
Apuntes Tejanos. An Inde.r of
Items Related to Mexiwan
Americans in Nineteenth Cen-
tu e Texas: 319
Arag6n. Janie Louise: 327
Aransas Pass, Texas: 4
Arbmngast, Stanley A.: book by,
reviewed. 105-106
Ai theological Investigation of
Mission Concepcidn. San A.l-
tomio, Texas, .An: 94-95
archeological sites: 308-309, 313-
314
archeology: 322-323, 445-446,
slide program on, 437
Archer, Branch T.: 141
architecture: 99-100, 201, 209-
210, 328, 445, 448
archives: 103, 216-217; cele-
brated, 436-437; directories of,
noted, 447; institute on, 311;
in La Grange, 309-310. See
also libraries
Arechaga, Josh Maria: 119
Argosy: 310
Arguello, Ottoniel: diss. by, 176
Arizona: 440; Mexican imprint
on, 224
Arizona State University: dis-
sertations at, listed, 173
Arkansas: 191, 192, 209, 213,
323, 440; and Houston candi-
dacy, 239, 242; Unionist lead-
ers from, 263
Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock):
239
Arkansas River: 413
Armijo, Salvador: 219
Armstrong, James R.: 259
army, Confederate: 213; A. J.
Vidal in, 99
-, Mexican: 217, withdraws
from Texas (1832), 135
-, Prussian: 152
-, Texas: 217, 218; Lindheimer
in, 382, 388
-, United States: 99, 217, 218,
328; at Fort Davis, 9; Ger-
man-Texans supply, 380; and
Indians, 30, 37-38, 64-65;
medical history of, 1, 3; regi-
ments of, 4, 9, 41, 60, 69, 71,

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