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INDEX TO VOLUM\'E XVII

Aberdeen, George Gordon, fourth Earl
of, 68, 84; letters to, 68-9, 71,
74-6, 82-4, 89, 188-98, 204-6, 306-11,
313-14, 415-24; letters, 193, 306.
Abolition, discussed, 75 note 24, 76-81,
193, 203-5, 312, 420.
Acdozas, Agdocas, sec Deadoses.
Acopseles Indians, 338.
Adaes, establishment, 14, 18-20, 159, 173,
180, 183; presidio, 35-6, 336, 346-7,
349, 352, 354, 357-9, 412; mission, 344.
Adams, Ephraim Douglass, Correspond-
ence from the British Archives con-
cerning Texas, 1887-1846, 67-92, 188-
206, 306-14, 415-27.
Adams, John Quincy, diary, extract, 237.
Addington, Henry Unwin, 422.
Agdocas, see Deadoses.
Aguayo, Marqus de San Miguel de, ex-
pedition, 1719-22, 328, 330, 333.
Aiken, Joseph, 270 note 19.
Los Ais (mission), 364.
Ais, Ayish Indians, see Eycish.
Alabama Indians, see Alibamu.
Alaman, Lucas, 219, 239; negotiations
with Poinsett, 226-9.
Alamo, victims from Pennsylvania, 266.
Alexander,- (Rev.), 46, 293.
Alexander, - , 301.
Alexander, Lyman W., 268.
Alexander, W. G., 270 note 19.
Alibamu Indians (Alabama), 157.
Allen, -- (Capt.), 268.
Allen, A. C., 295.
Allen, William Young (Rev.), diary,
1838-9, extracts, 43-60; biography, 43
note 1; Reminiscences of Texas, 1838-
42, 283-305.
Los Almagres, 383, 399.
Altamira, Marqu6s de (auditor), opin-
ion, 358.
Alvord, Clarence W., 321.

Amarillas, Marques de las (Viceroy),
385, 400.
Amaya, Saluad de (Fray), 370-1.
American Bible Society, first organiza-
tion in Texas, 50, 289.
Anathagua Indians, 338.
Anchoses Indians, mission, 323-78.
Anda y Altamirano, Mariano de (Fray),
connection with the San Xavier mis-
sions, 344-5, 359-60, 370-2.
Andras, Juan (Fray), connection with
San Saba missions, 391.
Andrews, S. P. (of League, Andrews &
Co.), emancipation scheme, 77-8,
204-5.
Angeles, Juan de los (Fray), 370.
Annexation of Texas, discussion, 205,
278-9, 415-21.
Anonymous commentary, Zacatecas, ex-
tract, 333.
Apache Indians, 263, 330; campaign
against, 1732, 328; tribal relations,
333, 344, 354, 358, 362, 413; range,
349, 381; hope for reduction of,
355-6, 358; hostilities, 356-7, 359; at-
tacks upon San Xavier mission, 367-9;
mission, San Saba River, 379-414.
The Apache mission on the San Sabd
River: its founding and failure
(Dunn), 379-414.
Apapax Indians, 338.
Aponte, Francisco Cayetano (Fray),
connection with San Xavier missions,
367-9, 373.
Aquodoces, see Deadoscs.
kranda, Miguel (Fray), expedition.
1754, 383.
Arapaho Indians, trade with Spanish,
61-6.
Archer, Branch Tanner (Dr.), in Phila-
delphia, 1836, 270; character, 279.
Ardisson, Estevan, 115.

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