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INDEX TO VOLUME XXIV
Affairs of the Association, 244, 327.
Allen, Ebenezer, Texan Secretary of
State, 258; reports on annexation
sentiment in Texas, 281.
Allen, Martin, 160, 162.
Alley, Rawson, 162.
Amory, Nathaniel, 212.
Anderson, Columbus, 44.
Andrews, Richard, 162.
Annexation, Copy of joint resolution,
262; Tyler's account of Donelson's
appointment, 264; attitude of Eng-
land and France, 266; attitude of
Texas, 271, 281.
Austin, John, Alcalde, 162.
Austin, Moses, Settlement in Louisiana,
Austin, Stephen F., recognition of im-
portance of Santa Fe trade, 88.
Austin, William, license to keep a tav-
ern at Brazoria, 155.
Autry, Judge James L., 168.
Baird, Spruce M., appointed judge of
Santa Fe County, 7.
Baker, Joseph, Indian agent, 54.
Barker, Eugene C., editor, Minutes of
the Ayuntamiento of San Felipe de
Austin, 1828-1832, 81-83; 154-166.
Bastrop, Baron de, Colonization Con-
tract in Louisiana, 187, 191.
Bee, Barnard E., commissioned to treat
with Mexico, 120.
Bell, Josiah H., 162.
Bell, P. H., Governor, firmness in New
Mexico boundary dispute, 20.
Benton, Thomas H., advises civil gov-
ernment in California and New Mex-
Best, Tsaac, 160.
Binkley, William C., Texan Jurisdiction
in New Mexico, 1848-1850, 1-38.
Bird, Captain John, 55.
Bolton, Herbert E., book reviewed, 83.
Boundary between United States and
Texas, effort to survey, 206-207.
Bowl, chief of Cherokees, 57-80.
Bowman, John, 162.
Brackenridge, George W., death of, 244.
Brazoria, mass meeting favoring an-
Brenham Richard F., Commissioner to
Santa Fe, 100.
Brenham, mass meeting favoring an-
Brigham, Asa, ferry keeper, 155, 162.
Bryan, Guy M., 272.
Burleson, Edward, 89.
Burnet, David G., acting President of
Caddos, disarmed by Rusk, 53.
Calhoun, John C., letters in University
of Texas, 325.
Callahan Expedition, 1855, 295.
Callahan, J. H., 296.
Cameron, John, Indian commissioner,
Canales, Antonio, letter to Lamar, 129.
Carr, James C., 158.
Chavis, Manuel, offers terms to Santa
Fe expedition, 107.
Cherokees relations with, 57-80.
Cheves, Henry, 155, 162.
Childress, George, 248.
Chriesman. Horatio, alcalde of San
Christian, A. K., Mirabeau Buonaparte
Lamar, 39-80, 87-139, 195-234, 317-
Clay, Henry, influence on settlement of
Texas-New Mexico boundary, 37.
Coleman, Robert M., commands rangers,
Collinsworth, James, 248.
Coloxe, chief of Caddos, 77.
Comanche Indians, relations with, 44-
Convention of 1845, difficulty over ap-
portionment of representation, 278.
Cooke, William G., Commissioner to
Santa Fe, 100; report of, 105.
Cooper, William, 157.
Corbina, J. N., 297.
Cordova, Vicente, Leader of Mexican
and Indian insurrection, 47; Rusk's
opinion of, 50; 76-78.
Council House Fight, 56.
Cox, C. G., practicing medicine without
license in 1831. 82, 154.
Crane, R. C., 243.
Cummins, Moses, 157.
"Curtius" identified as William H.
Cushing, Edward B., 243.
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