The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944

INDEX TO VOLUME XLVII

Accokesakos, see Arkokisas
Acheson, Sam, 55, 254
Adair, Garland, 58
Adams, Frank, 426
Adams, Paul, 425
Afleck, T. D., 396
Agricultural fairs, history
of, 179
Ais, see Eyeish
Aldrich, Judge A. A., 171
Alexander, Edward P., 294
Alexander, William A., 305
Alibamus, 137, 319
Allen, Augustus Chapman,
99, 350; railroad interests
of, 352
Allen, Ebenezer, 276, 288
Allen, John Kirby, 99, 342,
350
Allen, Rev. William Youell,
353, 354
Alsate, Apache chief, 306
American Frontier in Ha-
waii, The (rev.), Harold
W. Bradley, 84-85
Amusements, 1880-, 179
Anadarkos, 126, 128
Anahuac, disturbances at,
condemned by peace party,
109-110, 112-113
Anderson, Thomas P., 375
Andrada, Pedro FernAndez
de, treatise on Spanish
horse, 250-252
Andrews, Edmund, railroad
interests of, 347
Anson Jones, launching cere-
monies of, 57
Ante-Bellum Kentucky, ...
(rev.), F. Garvin Daven-
port, 438-439
Apaches, Chisos, capture of,
1882, 306-307
Apalaches, lands of, survey
of, 320, 390
Apostle of Democracy: The
Life of Lucy Maynard Sal-
mon (rev.), Louise Fargo
Brown, 443-444
Appalachees, see Apalaches
Appeals, Court of, see Court
of Appeals
Applewhite, I., 282
Archer, Branch Tanner, rail-
road interests of, 339, 340
Ariel, 94
Arkokisas, visit to Natchi-
toches, 1809, 323-324
Arrowood, C. F., 167
Asbury, Samuel E., 417

Atascosito, illegal settlement
at, 1828, 137
Attakapas, visit to Natchi-
toches, 1809, 323-324
Austin-El Paso regio n,
Browne's map of, 306
Austin, Emily Margaret, 417
Austin, Henry, 94
Austin, Stephen F., 42, 98;
Brazos-Galveston c a n a 1
suggested by, 105; policy
of, peace party's endorse-
ment of, 1835, 111; rela-
tions with Mier y Terin,
124-125, 126, 129-132, 135-
141; relations with Wavell,
253-254; railroad interests
of, 340, 341
Austin, William Henry, 348
Austin's colony, schools in,
172
Austinia, promotion of, 345,
346, 347, 349
Avrett, Robert, 76
Aynesworth, Dr. K. H., 67,
68
Baggerly, Rev. G. G., 268
Bailey, James, 353
Bailey, Jesse, killed by Co-
manches, 244
Baird, Judge S. M., 24
Baker, Moseley, railroad in-
terests of, 352, 354
Baker, William Robinson,
railroad interests of, 352
Ballinger, W. P., biographi-
cal data, 6; plan for
c o u r t s' reorganization,
1875, 9
Banks, C. Stanley, 55, 68,
166, 425, 435
Banks expedition, 305
B a n k s, prejudice against,
1836-, 339, 342, 343, 350,
364
Bannister, Henry H., Har-
risburg railroad project of,
357
Baptist Association, Colo-
rado, 19, 268, 281, 371
Baptist Association, Union,
20, 143, 269, 371
Baptist State Conventions,
1849-1852, 19, 143, 269,
282, 371
Baptists, Texas, 19-20, 143-
144, 268-269, 281-282, 371-
372

Baptists, United, Eastern
Texas Association of, 268,
281; Elm Fork Association
of, 19, 143, 269, 282, 371
Barker, Eugene C., 75, 163,
174, 177, 192, 196, 253,
329, 337; tributes to, 53-
54
Barksdale, E. C., 55
Barnes Bridge, 209
Barradas, Gen. Isidoro, Tam-
pico taken by, 257-259;
surrender of, 261-265
Basse, E., 372
Bassett, Clement N., 351
Bastrop Academy, 372
Bastrop-Buffalo Bayou canal,
project for, 349
Battle, William James, 174
Batres, Jose, 37
Baum, Charles, 314
Baum, G. C., 313
Baylor University, catalogue
of, 1852, 282
Beaumont, history of, 180
Beauregard, Gen. P. G. T.,
supply problems of, 229,
230
Beazley, William B., 369
Bedies, see Bidais
Bean, Peter Ellis, 30, 33, 128
Bee, Hamilton P., 278
Beeman, Alice, 55
Begg, Edleen, 204
Bell, Gov. P. H., 20, 25, 149,
269, 372; messages, 150-
151, 277-278, 380-381
Berlandier, Lufs, 37
Bidais, visit to Natchitoches,
1809, 324
Biesele, R. L., 68, 77, 81, 83,
89, 194, 203, 332, 438
Bigelow, Charles, 353
Biloxis, 319
Birdsall, John, 343, 356
Birdsall, Lewis, 357
Birdsall, Maurice Lee, 369
Bishop, Merrill, 166
Black Cat Thicket, 211
Blake, R. B., 68
Blake, Thomas W., 372
Bloomberg & Raphael, 65
Boatright, Mody C., 66, 68
Book Auction, Association,
1943, contributors to, 54-
55, 396
Books, sales of, in Texas,
417
Borden, Gail, Jr., discussion
of meat biscuit, 144

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