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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992

Index

A
Abbott, Carl book by, rev,
428-429
Aberdeen, Scotland. contract labor
from, article about, 465-486
Aberdeen Daily Free Press, 477
Aberdeen Journal and US gran-
ite cutters, 468, 480
Abernethy, Francis Edward book
rev by, 439-440, book ed by,
rev, 440-441
Abilene, Texas WW II POWs
from, 295, and state water legis-
lation, 354, 355, 356, 357, 359,
360, 361, public schools in,
ment, 501
Abilene News and Colorado River
development, 359
Abilene Reporter-News G Hunter
and, 95
Abnel Cook Master Builder on the
Texas Frontier publication of, 136
abolitionists and Texas land ad-
judication, 453
Acheson, Gall, 512
Acosta, Teresa Palomo conference
coordinated by, 236-237, and
Handbook, 383
Adams, Ansel work of, ment ,
403, E Porter and, 521
Adams, David B article by,
205-220
Adams, John A , Ji book by, rev ,
423-424
Adams, Michael book rev by,
438-439
Adams-Onis Treaty and the Ka-
dohadacho, 202
Adayse Indians in New Spain, 172
"Affairs of the Association,"
129-138
Africa G Perry in, 373, 375
African Americans See blacks
Africans in New Spain, 91
Agricultural Adjustment Act
Dallas newspaper supports, 9
aircraft industry Mexican labol in,
325
Akin, Henry D, Jr and desegle-
gatlon, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59
Akins, W Charles, 35
Alabama-Coushatta Indians Ka-
dohadacho and, 183
Alabama Indians and Louisiana-
Texas border dispute, 201
Alamo, the letters from, stolen,
92, J Seguln at, 401
Alamo, battle of G Perry re-
searches, 374, autobiographies
chronicle, 5o6, W Tavis at, 52o
Alamo-The Prce of Freedom B
Strong and, 247
Alazapa Indians pueblo settled by,
206, and defense of northern
Mexico, 211, 212
Albert, Carl book by, rev,
553-554
Albrecht, Louis, 390
Albuquerque, New Mexico Span-
Ish inspection tour travels
through, 84
Alert (military newspaper), 397
Alexander decision (desegregation),
54

Alexandria, Virginia Hood's
Texas Brigade near, 490
Alexandro Neya (Apache leader),
166
Algren, Nelson, 372
Alien Contract Labor Law article
about, 465-486, interpretation
of, 467n
Allen, Michael book by, rev,
421-422
Allen Academy (Bryan) G Perry
graduates from, 373
Allied Graves Registration. and
Burma-Thailand Railroad, 319
Almagro, Spain Granaderos visit,
515
Almariz, Fllhx D, Jr and TSHA,
78, book rev by, 263-264, ar-
ticle by, ment, 403
Along Texas Old Forts Tradl noted,
94
Altar presidio (Sonora), 148
Alter, Judy, 252
Amarillo, Texas WW II POWs
from, 302, 306
Ambidextrous Historian Historical
W ters and Writing in the Ameri-
can West, The, 248
Ambitton and the Power, The iev ,
102- 103
America Being the Latest and Most
Accurate Description of the New
World collection includes, 408
American Airpower Heritage Mu-
seum symposium of, 77
American Antiquarian Booksellers
Association and forgeries of his-
torical documents, 3q2
Amei icana, Western rare book lih-
brary of, 513
Amencan Backwoods Frontier An
Ethnic and Ecological Inteipreta-
tion, The rev , 274-275
American Bicentennial Gra-
naderos sanctioned dui ing, 515
American Book Pi ices Cu i ent
data base provided by, 92
American Centennial described in
autobiography, 50o, 502
American Enterprise Forum
workshop sponsored by, 138
American Exodus The Dust Bowl Mi-
gration and Okie Culture in Califor-
nia rev, 115-116
American Federation of Laboi
(AFL) In Dallas, 12, 15, racial
discrimination of, 327-328, and
Capitol Syndicate, 483 n
American Flag (Brownsville) pre-
served, 239
American G I Forum II Garcia
of, 409
American Gianite Cutteis' Union
and Scottish contract labor, 467,
468, 476-477, boycotts building
of Texas Capitol, 472-486, and
prosecution of Capitol Syndi-
cate, 480, 482-484
American Historical Association
honors N Benson, 84
Amencan Indian Resource Material in
the Westein Hlrtory Collections,
University of Oklahoma rev,
269-270
Amellcan Indians See Indians

American Institute of Chemical
Engineers J Hargis and, 35, 37
Amencan-Mexican Frontier Nueces
County Texas, An, 450
American Pubhc Welfare Associa-
tion Depression survey of, 8-9
American Revolution B de Gdlvez
and, 515-516
Americans and Thein Forests A His-
torical Geography wins award,
522
Ame ican Short Fiction publlcation
of, noted, q95
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers. recognizes Victoria
windmill, 390-391
American Vzsion Far Western Land-
scape and National Culture, I82o-
z92o, An iev, 541-542
Amenican West Transformed The Im-
pact of the Second World War rev ,
556
Amon Carter Museum of Western
Art (Fort Worth) exhibit of
American art at, noted, 85,
daguerreotype collection of,
222-223, books published by,
noted, 39qg, 400, photography
collection at, 520-521
Ampex Corporation J Hargis
with, 37
Anchor Ship Line, 475, 477, 480
And Die in the West The Story of the
O K Corral Gunfight rev,
282-283
Anderson, Adllan N book rem
by, 527-528
Anderson, Gary Clayton book iev
by, 267-268, book foreword by,
ment, 524
Anderson, II Allen article by,
wlns award, 79
Anderson, James, 485
Anderson, Penny and Handbook,
383
Anderson High School (Austin)
J Hargis at, 27, 36
Andiew Johnson A Biographv lev ,
107- io8
Angellna River Indians on, 178,
182
animal husbandry autobiogia-
phles chronicle, 506
Annotated Bibliography of Pivately
Published Autobiographies Gathered
by the Baylor University Texas Col-
lection, An noted, 497-508
Anson steamedi) sinking of,
456-457
antiballistic mission system J Sten-
nis's support foi, ment, 54
Antiquarian Bookselleis Assocla-
tion of America, Inc confei-
ence supported by, 91
Apache Indians M Merino re-
ports on, 139-175, language of,
148, principal tribes of, 148,
16o-167, temperament and
dress of, 149, polygamy among,
150, dwellings of, 151, in the
hunt and war, 153-157, relihgon
of, 154, Comanches and, 157,
170, map of territory of, 158,
smoke signals of, 158, 16o,
peaceful settlements of, listed,

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