The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 25, July 1921 - April, 1922 Page: 304
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Darnell, N. H., Convention of 1845, 32.
Davenport, Samuel, 95.
Davis, James, Committee on annexa-
tion resolutions, 29.
Davis, Jefferson, favors annexation of
all Mexico, 2, 10.
Dexter, P. B., secretary consultation,
Dill, Santiago (James), 95.
Donelson, A. J., assures Texas of pro-
tection from Mexico, 33.
Dunn, William E., Founding of Nuestra
Senora del Refugio, the Last Spanish
Mission in Texas, 174-184.
Durst, Joseph, Indian Commissioner,
Dyer, J. O., articles by, 148.
Early Irrigation in Texas, by Edwin P.
Ecoquash, Waco Chief, 162.
Eldredge, J. C., Superintendent of In-
dian Affairs, 153.
Elguezabal, Juan Bautista, Governor of
Espadas, Captain Manuel de, 176.
Evans, L. D., Committee on annexation
Evans, Lemuel, Convention of 1845, 31.
Everts, G. A., Committee on annexation
Executive department, Constitution of
Fisher, F. G., interpreter in convention
of 1845, 30.
Fisher, Colonel William, surrender at
Foote, Henry S., favors annexation of
Forbes, John, Commissioner to Cher-
Forbes, R. M., Convention of 1845, 31.
Fredericksburg, Sketch by R. R. Penn,
Gage, David, Convention of 1845, 31.
Garcia, Genaro, Library of, purchased
by University of Texas, 78.
Garza, Father Joseph Francisco Mari-
Green, C., agent to Tonkawas, 231.
Gulick, Charles, Jr. (ed.), Papers of
Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar, 76.
Hackett, Charles W., reviewed, 72.
Hammekin, George L., interpreter in
the Somervell Expedition, 104.
Hanks, Wyatt, Committee on Indian
Harris, John R., 187.
Harris, Lewis Birdsall, Journal of, 63-
71, 131-146, 185-197; tax assessor of
Harris county, 188; his account of
Somervell Expedition, 189.
Harrison, Jonas, Committee on Indian
Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Conditions in
Texas affecting the Colonisation Prob-
lem, 1795-1801, 81-97.
Hayes, Rutherford B., Sketch of, 100;
Correspondence with Guy M. Bryan,
98-120, 198-221, 274-295; opposed to
annexation of Texas, 113; views of
slavery and disunion, 220; the Civil
Hayes, Colonel Webb C., 101.
Haynie, W., Chaplain, 30.
Hemphill, John, Committee on an-
nexation resolutions, 29.
Henderson, J. Pinckney, Committee on
annexation resolutions, 29.
Hicks, A. W. O., Convention of 1845, 32.
Hagg, J. L., Convention of 1845, 31.
Holland, S., Convention of 1845, 31.
Horton, A. C., Convention of 1845, 31.
Houston, location of capital of Texas
Houston, Sam, Convention of 1845, 31;
advocates friendly relations with In-
dians, 152; Committee on Cherokees,
Howard, Volney E., Attorney General
of Texas, 60.
Hunter, William L., Convention of
Huston, Felix, economic arguments for
annexation of Texas, 7, 8, 13.
"Indian Affairs," collection of manu-
scripts in Texas State Library, 151.
Indian Policy of the Republic of Texas,
by Anna Muckleroy, 229-260; state-
ment of Indian tribes in the Republic,
Indian policy of Spain, 243; of Mexico,
244; relations with Texas, 248.
Indians, list of presents to, 169.
Irion, V. R., Convention of 1845, 32.
Irrigation in Texas, by Edwin P. Arne-
Jesus, Father Margil de, 176.
Jewett, H. J., Convention of 1845, 31.
Jones, Anson, apportions representation
in Convention of 1845, 26; submits
annexation to Convention, 32.
Jones, Oliver, Convention of 1845, 31.
Jones, Captain Randal, Sketch by
Hampton Cook, 147.
Journal of Lewis Birdsall Harris, 69-71,
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