The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 38, July 1934 - April, 1935

INDEX TO VOLUME XXVIII

Acklin, Col., 273.
Adams, John Quincy, 237.
A dvancing the Frontier, reviewed, 71.
Aguirre, Pedro de, 124, 128.
Alexander, Col. E. B., 29.
Allan, W. A., 6.
Anderson, Thomas M., 36.
Arkansas, boundary question, 116.
Arnold, H., 194.
Arrington, G. W., 13, 20.
Asbury, S. E., 76.
Augur, C. C., 174.
Austin, John, 85, 94, and Trespalacios,
95; return to United States, 96.
Austin Republican, 46.
Austin, Stephen F., 189, 190, 191,
called away from army, 192.
Austin Statesman, 22.
Austin, W. T., 189, 193.
Barker, E. C., 155.
Barkley, Richard A., letters, 247, 249,
252, 254; 249, footnote; property,
255; treatment of, 253; escape, 254;
262.
Barrett, Lt. Gregory, 34.
Bean, P. E., 117.
Beard, -, death, 254.
Bender, A. P., 135.
Benton, Benjamin Franklin, death, 273.
Bernardo de Galvez in Louisiana, 1776-
1783, 302.
Black, John, 256.
Biesele, R. L., 303.
Black, Reading W., 231.
Blanton, -, death, 254.
Boatwright, Mody C., 156, 230.
Booker, Dr. -, 247.
Bowie, James, 191.
Boyce, Mrs. Inez Glimp, 247.
Boyd, W. H., 159.
Boynton, Mrs. Alice, 271.
Brackenridge, George, 8.
Bradburn, Juan Davis, 100.
Bradley, Colonel, 266, 267, 268.
Brents, Samuel, 177, 178.
Brown, G. A., 5, 11, 24.
Brown, T. J., 4, 6.
Browning, J. N., 4, 5, 7, 8. 10, re-
turned to House, 11; attitude toward
impeachment of Willis, 13; 14, 15,
19, 20, 21, 26.
Bryan, Francis T., 137.
Buchanan, James, 242, 243.

Burleson, Edward, 189, elected com-
mander-in-chief of Texas army, 192;
dispatch to Texas government, 196;
letter to Henry Smith, 199.
Burnet, David G., association with
Milam, 111.
Caldwell, -, 246.
Camels, in Texas, 142.
Cameron, Capt. -, death, 252.
Campbell, John A., 240.
Canby, -, 48, 49.
Carroll, Judge, 15.
Carroll, H. B., 76.
Carson, Kit, 165.
Carter, Capt. R. G., 174.
Cass, Lewis, 242, 243.
Castafieda, C. E., 122.
Caughey, John Walton, 302.
Chabot, F. C., 76.
Checklist of Southern Periodicals to
1861, 305.
Chisholm Trail, 158.
Chisum, John, 159.
Christy, -, 94; and Trespalacios, 95;
landed in United States, 96.
Clarendon, court, 7; citizens memorial-
ize Legislature, 20; welcome to
Willis, 25.
Clark, George, 22, 23, 52.
Clark, J. L., 271.
Clitz, Henry Boynton, 34, 36.
Coke, Richard, proclamation about
Comanchero trade, 173.
Coleman, R. M., 257.
Collinsworth, George M., 187, 188.
Colorado City, 7.
Comanche Trail, 143, 147.
The Comanchero Trade, 157; in horses
and cattle, 157, 160; robes and
peltries, 161; later, 163; effect on
Goodnight, 166; and frontier defense,
165; breaking of, 174.
Comanchero Trails, 161, 162.
Confederate Congressman, diary of,
1862-3, 270.
Congress, Confederate, sessions, 272;
power to abolish slavery, 239.
Constitution, Texas, 48, 50, 51.
Cooper, Camp, established, 137.
Cooper, Colonel Samuel, 135, 136.
Corbin, Henry C., 36.
Corpus Christi, 76.

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