The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 14, July 1910 - April, 1911 Page: 343
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INDEX TO VOLUME XIV
Adams, E. D., British Interests and Ac-
tivities in Texas, reviewed, 337.
Affairs of the Association, 83, 170, 341.
Agricultural and Mechanical College
fund during Reconstruction, 102, 106.
Alcalde, office of, 310.
Allen, John T., 120.
Allien, Frank B., 167.
Almazan, Juan Antonio Perez de, Cap-
tain of San Antonio, 226, 230.
Almonte, J. N., 48, 159, 280.
Amaya, Father Salvador de, 225.
Anderson, Bailey, 306.
Apache Relations in Texas, 1718-1750, by
William Edward Dunn, 198-274.
Apaches, the Flores campaign against,
203; ethnology of, 201; Father Mas-
sanet on, 203; before 1718, 203; tribal
organization of, 221; numbers, 222;
customs, 222; location of, 220, 264;
request for a missionary, 258; mean-
ing of the word "Apache," 263; peace
ceremony in San Antonio, 260; tribes
in Texas, 265.
April 6, 1830, law of, 31.
"Archive War," 124.
Ascencio, an Indian scout, 231.
Auditorial Board of 1866, 104.
Austin, city of from 1889 to 1865, by
A. W. Terrell, 113-28; selection of as
site for capitol, 113; arrival of Presi-
dent Lamar in, 117.
Austin, John, 40.
Austin, Stephen F., release of from
prison, by Peter W. Grayson, 155-163;
Stephen F. Austin: A Memorial Ad-
dress, by A. W. Terrell, 182-197; on
the Texas boundary, 282, 300; monu-
ment to, 329; sketch of by L. A.
Wright, reviewed, 340.
Austin Papers, 331.
Autry, Micajah: A Soldier of the Alamo,
by Adele B. Looscan, 315-324.
Avery, Willis, 113.
Badgett, Jesse, 56.
Barker, Eugene C., 298, 332.
Barr, Amelia E., 298.
Bee, Barnard E., 290.
Bell, Judge James H., 120.
Bennedict, H. Y., George Pierce Garri-
Bexar Resolutions, 55.
Biblioteca Hispano-Americana, 297.
Blount, William, 305.
Bodine, John, 306.
Bolton, H. E., Records of the Mission of
Nuestro Seriora del Refugio, 164.
Book Reviews: Reconstruction in Texas,
74; History of Reconstruction in Lou-
isiana, 76; For the Liberty of Texas,
79; Stories of the Great West, 80;
The Texas Methodist Quarterly, Vol.
I, 81; British Interests and Activities
in Texas, 337.
Boneo, Justo, Governor of Texas, 251.
Bonham, James B., 55.
Boundary, The Southwest, of Texas,
1821-1840, by Thomas Maitland Mar-
shall, 277-293; during the Spanish
regime, 277; during Mexican rule,
279; during independence, 281; de-
fined by the Texan Congress, 285.
Bowie, James, 56.
Bowie, the family, 300.
Bradburn, John Davis, 280.
Brazoria, prosperity of in 1830, 31.
Brazos, Department of created, 46.
Bridges, James, 306; Ross, 306.
British Interests and Activities in Texas,
by E. D. Adams, reviewed, 337.
Brooks, S. P., 298.
Brown, Henry S., 300.
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