The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 13, July 1909 - April, 1910 Page: 337
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INDEX OF VOLUME XIII.
Affairs of the Association, 330.
African slave trade in Texas, 231.
Allen, Isaac, 87.
Allen, J. M., Mayor of Galveston, 113.
Allen, Martin, 142.
Anderson, T. P., 86.
Archer, Branch T., commissioner to the
United States, 167.
Archer, the, 13, 119, 120.
Atkins, Thomas, 112.
Austin, John, 78, 171.
Austin, S. F., A characterization of,
60; loyalty to Mexico, 158, 163, 283;
commissioner to the United States,
167; on the boundary of Texas, 174;
address at Louisville, 181; appeal to
President Jackson for aid, 185; com-
plains of lack of support from Texan
government, 187; .Secretary of State
of Texas, 221; attitude toward the in-
dependence of Texas, 173, 257-284; at-
titude toward the Fredonian Rebel-
lion, 257, 258; toward Guerrero's
emancipation decree, 259; toward the
law of April 6, 1830, 259; arrest at
Saltillo, 264; in the convention of
1832, 261; in the convention of 1833,
263; in Mexico as agent of Texas,
263; letters from prison, 265-67; de-
nounced by Anthony Butler, 268; cor-
respondence with H. Meigs, 269; let-
ter to Mrs. Holley, 271; elected .to
committee of vigilance and correspond-
ence in San Felipe, 274; efforts to pre-
pare Texas for war, 275-76; explains
his attitude to McKinney, 276; ad-
vises the declaration of November 7,
278; urges declaration of independ-
ence, 282-84; condemned by McKin-
ney for attitude toward independence,
283; by Royall, 283.
A ustin, Stephen F., and the Independ-
ence of Texas, by Eugene C. Barker,
Austin, the, delivered to the govern-
ment, 11; history of, 86, 90, 94, 105,
107, 114, 119, 120.
Baker, Mosely, 147.
Barker, Eugene C., James H. G. Miller
and Edward writtenn, 145-153; Stephen
F. Austin and the Independence of
Texas, 257-284; 330.
Barrett, D. C.,'278.
Barrington, William, 88.
Barrow, John E., 126.
Batts, R. L., 330.
Baudin, Admiral Charles, visits Galves-
Beason's settlement in 1828, 64.
Bell, Governor P. H., a correction by Z.
T. Fulmore, 325-327.
Bexar and Dawson Prisoners, The, ed-
ited by E. W. Winkler, 292-324; list
of 312-313, 317-320.
Black, John, 307.
Bliem, M. J., 330.
Bloodgood, -, 136.
Book notices, 328-329.
Bowie, James, 285.
Boyle, Andrew A., Reminiscences of the
Texas Revolution, 285-291.
Bradburn, J. D., 260.
Brashear, William C., 114, 119.
Brooks, John Sowers, 289.
Brooks, S. P., 330.
Brown, James, 112.
Bryan, Andrew Jackson, 112.
Bryan, William, 102, 177, 291, 330.
Burleson, Edward, 129.
Burnet, David G., 38, 192.
Burnet, Thomas, 112.
Bustillo, Domingo, 294.
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