The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 103, July 1999 - April, 2000

Index

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Aaron, Hank 209
Aaron, Tommie so09
Abilene, Texas baseball min, 210
Ablquiu, New Mexico book about,
rev, 122-123
Ackerly, Texas Comanche trail
near, 283
Acosta, S P 432
Adams, Nathan and Dallas public
housing, 414
Adams, Robert. photography of,
book noted, 112
Adobe Walls art of, exhibit noted,
98-99
African Americans working-class
Identity of, 53n -54n , and
domestic help in Beaumont, arti-
cle, 17-51, m early Beaumont,
23, on Texas coast, organized
labor activities, article, 53-65,
and integration at UT-Austin,
article, 67-87, genealogical
material on, noted, 245, docu-
mentanes on, rev., 256-258, San
Antonio public housing and,
412-413, 424, and Dallas public
housing, 414-417, and Dallas
public housing, photograph,
415, Houston public housing
and, 419, in E Texas lumber
Industry, 427, WWII and labor
force, 428, 429, 446, 448,
449-450, and Texas migrant
labor, 431, 443, as railroad
labor, 445, Texas desegregation,
oral history project, 504-505, in
Lubbock, book noted, 51o, on
western frontier, book noted,
511, as frontier soldiers, book
rev, 523-524; race not in Tulsa,
book rev, 53o-531 See also
slaves
Agricultural Adjustment Adminis-
tration (AAA) and 1933 cotton
plow-up, 333-355
Agncultural Extension Service and
1933 cotton plow-up, 338-355
agriculture meeting focus, 235;
WWII and migrant workers, arti-
cle, 427-451 See also cotton
Aminshe, Ricardo: 504
Alabama-Coushatta Indians bas-
ketry of, exhibit noted, ioo
Alamo, the proposed monument,
sketch, 5, B Huberman's docu-
mentary on, 92, UT course on,
io7, D Crockett at, 239-240, as
symbol for Texans, 315-316,
320, de la Pefia narrative and,
conference on, 498-499, book
about mission, noted, 509-510
Alamo Gordo Comanche trail
crosses, 282
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Popular Culture Association
meets at, 93-94
Albuquerque Dukes (baseball
team) 2o9
Alger, Bruce and pubhc housing,
423
Algerita, Texas Comanche trail
near, 296

Alkali Trails Social and Economic
Movements of the Texas Frontzer,
x846-zgoo noted, 112
Allison, A. A and 1933 cotton
plow-up, 353-354
Allison, Fred H book rev by,
262-263
Almariz, FClix. and Tejano
Symposium, 93
Alonzo, Armando and Tejano
Symposium, 93
Alpine, Texas See Center for Big
Bend Studies, The
Alsop, Joseph and 196o presiden-
tial election, 171
Alvarado, Juan book about, rev,
383-384
Amarillo, Texas Comanche route
near, 282
American Airlines. A G Carter
and, 507
Amencan Baseball Association. col-
lapse of, 210
Amerencan City cartoon from, 408
American Council of Learned
Societies monograph publishing
program of, 243
American Federation of Housing
Authontles and Houston public
housing, 419
American Petroleum Institute. A
G Carter and, 507
Amon Calter Museum (Fort
Worth) closes for expansion
work, o16-1o7, photograph
exhibit at, 372-373
Anders, Evan book rev by,
531-532
Anderson, Charles G book by,
noted, 252
Anderson, Clayton and Co and
1933 cotton plow-up, 336
Anderson County, Texas migrant
family in, photograph, 434
Andre,John 208
Andrews, Emile 40
Andrews, Emily 32
Andrews, Frank 32
Andrews, Percy 28, 32, 35, 40, 45,
49, photograph, 34
Andrews, Texas Comanche trail at,
283
anthropology and the Navajos,
book noted, 112
Apache Indians and Comanches,
274, and Comanche trails, 301
archaeology excavation of Fort St
Louis, 244-245, San Sabi
Mission, 377
architecture San Jacinto and
Washington Monuments, article,
1-14, Hispanic in Colorado,
book noted, 112, sketch of
Texas Frontier Centennial,
archived, 247, J Erwin and, 50o8,
M Bernson and, 5o8
Archival Investigations for Mission
Nuestra Senora de los Dolores de los
Ass, San Augustine County, Texas
rev, 116-117
Arizona migrant labor and, 434,
436
Arnzona Diary of Lily Frsmont, I878-
z88, The noted, 252

Arizona Territory struggle to cre-
ate, ment, 216
Arizona-Texas League (baseball)
organized, 193
Arkansas region In, 235, book
about, rev , 394-395, migrant
labor and WWII, 433
Arkansas, r8oo-z86o Remote and
Restless rev, 394-395
Arkansas Historical Association.
meeting of, 235
Armitage, Susan. book ed. by,
noted, 111
Arnold, J Barto, III book by,
noted, 376
Arny, William F M as Indian
agent, ment., 229
art San Jacinto and Washington
Monuments, article, 1-14,
Indian exhibits noted, 98-99,
Alabama-Coushatta basketry,
exhibit noted, too, Hispanic mi
Colorado, book noted, 112, E B
Davis and San Antonio Art
League, book noted, 114, folk,
Texas Folklhfe Resources and,
241, movie-poster, book noted,
249-250, of the Cheyenne, book
noted, 251, Indian pictographs,
294, 297, 307, at Winedale
Spring Festival, 374, chainsaw
carving, exhibit, 503, M Bern-
son and J Erwln, Panhandle-
Plains Museum acquires works
by, 508 See also photography
Art and Architecture of Early Hispanic
Colorado, The noted, 112
Arthur, Herman 322
Arthur, Irving 322
Asebedo, Cabelo 440
Ashcroft, Bruce book rev by,
261-262
Ashton,Jean book by, noted, 251
Astrodome, the 211
At the End of the Santa Fe Trail
noted, 377
Atascosa County and 1933 cotton
plow-up, 343
Atascosito Road and Brazos planta-
tion trade, 177
Atchison, Alan C article by,
191-212, book rev by, 260-261
Atlanta, Georgia LBJ campaign
stop in, 171
Atz, Jake, Jr and Austin baseball,
199
Atz,Jake, Sr 199
Austin, Stephen F and S Houston,
ment, 4, and Brazos River navi-
gation, 179-180, G Cantrell
biography of, 318, Old Three
Hundred, J Dix and, 482,
Mexico imprisonment of,
485-486, book about, rev,
513-515, Old Three Hundred,
book rev, 515-516
Austin, William H and Brazos
Canal, 180-181, 184
Austin, Texas TSHA meets in, 92-
93, 368-369, 1995 attempt to
build baseball park m, 191, post-
WW II baseball in, article, 191-
212, post-WW II growth of, 194-
195, early baseball franchise in,

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