The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 89, July 1985 - April, 1986

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Abell-Hanger Foundation: 127
Aberdeen, Lord: 151-152, 153; and
Mexican recognition of Texas, 339,
342
Abernethy, Francis E.: on Handbook
advisory board, 128 n.
Abilene, Texas: as gateway city, 460
abolitionism: as international move-
ment, 200. See also slavery
Mexican: extent of, 184;
Texas complaints about, 187-189;
M. de Mier y Terin against, 189
U.S.: and annexation of
Texas, 138, 142, 143, 146-147, 149,
150; as political issue, 166; and
nullification, 169; southern reac-
tion against, 202
abolitionists: and annexation of
Texas, 143,149; and U.S. Congress,
146-147, 150; on Texas Revolu-
tion, 182-183; W. H. Wharton on,
188; in Texas, 201
acadiens. See Louisiana French
Adams, John G.: 348
Adams, John Quincy: and annexa-
tion of Texas, 138, 139, 142, 149,
150, 161, 163; and abolitionism,
142; on Texas Revolution, 184
Adams, Paul Woolman: death of, 350
Adelsverein. See Verein zum Schutze
deutscher Einwanderer in Texas
Adkins, Margie: 211
Adopt-a-Building program: 559
Aetius: 271
Africa: Texas slaves from, 186, 193,
196-197, 200, 201
African ancestry: map, 391; of blacks
in Texas, 402; table, 419
Afro-Americans. See blacks
agriculture: picture of, 435; produc-
tivity, 454-455; work force em-
ployed in, 454; technical advances
in, 455; in preindustrial period,
464; and personal income, 466; de-
cline in farm population, 523-524;
reduction of farm population,
532-533; women's role in, 541-
542; developments in, from 1850 to
1890, pp. 433-434
air conditioning: article about, noted,
560
air transportation: and access to cit-
ies, 516, 517
Alabama-Coushatta Indians: 415
AlamBn, Lucas: letter from S. F. Aus-
tin to, 247; and recognition of
Texas, 327; monarchist conspiracy
of, 344
Alamo, the: custodians of, on films
about, 49, 58; Travis's letter from,
210; M. A. Holley writes about,
214; strategic importance of, 288-
291; loss of lives at, 291; weakness
of, as a fortress, 293-294
, battle of: 192; article about,
in popular culture, 35-66; com-
pared with Thermopylae, 41, 42,
43; literary treatment of, 41-42,
43, 66; films about, 43-67; John

Wayne on, 53; traveling exhibit
about, 84; only male survivor of,
194,197-198; futility of, 294-295;
plan of, 295; painting of, 297
Alamo, The (film): 293; Mexican
army in, 39; production of, 43 n.,
54, 56, 57; analyzed, 58, 59, 62;
Mexico bans, 59
"Alamo, the" (poem): quoted, 41-42
Alamo Images: Changing Percep-
tions of a Texas Experience: 84
Alamo Scrapbook, An (film): 43 n.,
53
Alberts, Don E.: book rev. by, 563-
564
Alcantra, battle of: 328
Aldine-Nimitz High School (Hous-
ton): students from, win award,
212
All Hail the Mighty State: Texas:
78-80
Allison, Malinda: article by, noted,
217
Allred, James V.: praises Alamo film,
49
Almonte, Juan N.: 189, 314
Alpine High School: donates to Rags-
dale Award, 352
Alpine Junior High School: contrib-
utes to 'Teacher's Guide," 82
Alpuche, Jos6 Maria: and Mexican
politics, 311, 322, 323; book by,
noted, 323
Altsheler, Joseph A: novel by, 39-41
Alvarez, Juan: 333, 340
Amarillo, Texas: cycles of growth in,
493; sex ratio in, 544
Amazing Armadillo: Geography of a
Folk Critter, The: rev., 363-364
Ambrosio de Letinez: analyzed, 36-
37
American Anti-Slavery Society: peti-
tions Congress, 146-147
American Association of Petroleum
Geologists: 2
American Petroleum Institute: 2
American Revolution: and Texas
Revolution, 40; and slavery, 181
American Revolution, Sons of the: 2
American Rodeo: From Buffalo Bill
to Big Business: rev., 571-572
American Way of War, The: 270
America's Major Wars: 270
Amerindians. See Indians
Amin, Julius A.: 127 n., 347
Amon Carter Museum: R. C. Tyler
of, 84; G. O'Keeffe watercolors at,
211
Ampudia, Pedro: 336
Anahuac, Texas: rebellion at, 184
Anaya, Juan Pablo: and Republic of
the Rio Grande, 328; at Tabasco,
330; in YucatAn, 332
Anders, Evan: book rev. by, 236-238
Anderson, Adrian: book rev. by,
103-104
Anderson, Alan. See Anderson, H.
Allen
Anderson, Mrs. Ben M.: 352
Anderson, H. Allen (not Alan): 71,
128, 347: writes biography of

Ernest Thompson Seton, 347
Andrews, Richard: 287 n.
Angel, William D., Jr.: article by,
noted, 561
Anglo-American civilization: conflict
of, with Spanish-Mexican civiliza-
tion, 36
Anglo-American relations. See Great
Britain; United States
Anglo-Americans: southern, in
Texas, 386-390; settlement of
Texas by, maps of, 387, 389; north-
ern, in Texas, 388-392; population
in Texas, 388, 391, 396; population
statistics of, 418-419, 421-422; as
immigrants to Texas, 450-451;
settlement patterns of, in Texas,
456-467
Anglo-Texans: southern origins of,
183; justifications for slavery by,
185; maps of 19th-century settle-
ment, 387, 388; self-image as non-
southern, 388; ancestry of, 390,
391, 419; map of 1887 settlement,
396; growth rates of, 480
Anhalt-Dessau, Leopold von: and the
Prussian army, 277
animals: introduction of domesti-
cated, 433, 437-442. See also
wildlife
annexation of Texas: U.S. public
opinion about, 42,141,153; Sesqui-
centennial of, 125; article about,
U.S. politics and, 137-164; and
slavery, 142; U.S. economics and,
145-146; M. Van Buren and, 146;
Texans' desire for, 146, 183; and
U.S. Congress, 146-147,155-156;
as issue in U.S. presidential elec-
tions, 148, 157-160; constitution-
ality of, 149, 161; and U.S. foreign
policy, 151-153; attacks on, 162;
S. Houston and, 166; J. Hamilton
and, 168, 173, 177-178; Texas land
values rise after, 178; Texas Revo-
lution and, 183; effect on Mexico,
342-344
anticlericalism: in Texas Revolution,
40. See also Catholicism
Apache Indians: articles about,
noted, 217
apiculture: in Bexar, 21
Arch (slave): escapes, 197
Archer, William S.: 162
architecture: article about, noted,
561
Arista, Mariano: for dictatorship of
Santa Anna, 313; and defeat of fed-
eralists, 326, 328-330; and Texas
campaign, 340
Arkansas Post, Arkansas Territory:
S. F. Austin moves to, 243
Arkansas Territory: S. F. Austin
moves to, 243-244
armament. See guns
army, Mexican. See Mexican army
-, Texas. See Texas army
Arnold, Benedict: 168
Arredondo, Joaquin de: defeats
Americans at Medina River, 290 n.
Arreola, Daniel D. (not Danieal): ar-

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