The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946

Index

Abilene, Texas, 621, 648
Abilene Christian College,
620
Abolitionists: in regard to
Texas Revolution, 18; men-
tioned, 557
Abstract of t h e Original
Titles of Record in the
General Land Office, 126
Academy of Lincoln, 282
Aceves, Don Manuel, first
schoolmaster in Laredo,
Texas, 349
Addes, 399
Adair, A. G., 132, 170
Adair, General -, in Gutier-
rez-Magee Expedition, 413
Adams, Judge F. E.: asso-
ciation with Lester G. Bug-
bee, 9; judge, Johnson
County, 9; mentioned, 10
Adams, Herbert B., Secre-
tary, American Historical
Association, 13
Adams, John Quincy, oppo-
sition to annexation of
Texas, 390
Adams, Nathan, 157
Adams, Paul: article by, 361-
373; critical analysis of
Amelia Barr's literar y
ability, 372 ; mentioned,
175, 176, 470
Adams, Walter D., article
by, 442
Adams-Onis treaty, 66-67
Addison, Oscar M., 555
Adkins, Mary Grace Muse,
181
Adobe Walls, battle of, 121
Adventures of Big-Foot Wal-
lace, 335
Adventures of Big-Foot Wal-
lace, the Texas Ranger and
Hunter, 328, 329
After the Great Companions,
329
Agricultural and Mechan-
ical College, Texas: at-
tempt to elect Jefferson
Davis as president, 2956;
Board of Directors, 293,
295; laws of, 293; offer
of presidency given to Jef-
ferson Davis, 293; organi-
zation of, 293
Agricultural and Mechanical
Society of Smith County,
address delivered to, 573
Agriculture: Commissioner,
24 ftn.; department of, sec-
retary, 138; development
of in Northwest Texas,
639; effect of railroads on,
639; exhibits showing, 623;
hardships of, 621-622; Tex-
as Indians, 648
Agua Fria, battle of, 121

Aguirre, Rafael de, 630
Air Fields, Goodfellow Field,
437
Air Line Railroad Company,
555
Alabama: French forts in,
194; mentioned, 270
Alabama (steamship), 270,
272
Alamo: pictures of in 1835,
625; siege and fall of, 160,
634; story of, 635; sur-
vivors of, 634-637
Alamo Hall: library of, 437;
mentioned, 152
Alamo Rifles, 103
Alamo Springs, battle of, 121
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
187
Aldama, Don Juan, in Mexi-
can Revolution, 354
Aldama, General Ignacio :
death of, 400; mission of,
399; mentioned, 119 ftn.,
290 ftn.
Aldrich, Judge A. A., biog-
raphy of, 300
Alexander, Edward P., 641
Alexander, Julian, 516
Algiers, 132
Alibamis, 600, 601
Allen, A. C., founder of
Houston, 385
Allen, Captain, -, com-
mander of the schooner,
Terrible, 396
Allen, Ebenezer, 378
Allen, John M., 375
Allen, Jules Verne, 647
Allen, L. S., tax assessment
against, 385
Allen, Ruth A., 320
Allende, Ignacio, in Mexican
Revolution, 354, 401 ftn.
Allhands, J. L., 175
Allibamis, 422
Allsup, T. W., 529
Alsbury, Dr. Horace, 636
Alsbury, Mrs. Horace, 635,
636
Alto, 657
Alumni Notes, University
Record, Lester Gladstone
Bugbee's work with, 23
Alvarado, Texas, 4 ftn.
Amarillo News Globe, 639
Amarillo Times, 298
America: discovery of, 187;
educational system, 141;
history, 114
America in the Southwest,
647
American Constitution, 280
American Declaration of In-
dependence, 36
American flag, symbolism of,
619

American - German Review,
655
American Guide Series, 647
American Historical Associa-
tion: Public Archives Com-
mission, appointment of
Bugbee to, 20; Secretary,
1899, 13; mentioned, 640
American Historical Review,
editor of, 1900, 22
American Historical Societies
(rev.), Leslie W. Dunlap,
464
American Indians, 185, 233
American naval power, rise
of, 651
American News Company,
327
American Numismatic Asso-
ciation, library of, 136
Aner;can political history,
317
Amherst, Texas, 130
Ampudia, Pedro de: com-
mand of Mexican army,
283; mentioned, 345
Anderson, Clinton P., 138
Anderson, Mrs. Julia Mae,
170
Anderson, Kenneth L.: vice-
president of the Republic
of Texas, 378; mentioned,
377
Anderson, Mary M., 314
Anderson, T. S., 552
Anderson, Texas, imprint of,
90, 91, 534
Anderson Count y, Texas,
railroads, issuance of bonds
for, 518, 519
Andres, Rev. Father Flor-
encio, O.M.I., assistance
in organizing material of
Spanish Archives of La-
redo, Texas, 343
Andrew Female College, 89
Andrews, Jesse, 7
Andrews, -, 162
Angelina River, 195
Anglo - Americans, penetra-
tion of Texas by, 625
Animal industries, in Texas,
296
Annexation of Texas: arti-
cle on, 267-281: centennial
of, 132; mentioned, 267,
626
Arroyo of San Buenaventura,
205
Antelope Hills, expedition
of, 121
Anthropology, 185
Anti - Horse Thief Associa-
tion, 674
Antonio, Father Jos4, revo-
lution, in Texas, 290 ftn.
Apache Indians, 205, 210, 328
Apalachee, Mexico, 193

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