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INDEX TO VOLUME XX VI
Affairs of the Association, 77, 319.
Agriculture in Texas, 1831-1836, 85-
Almonte, Juan N., surrender of at
San Jacinto, 266.
Arnold, Hayden S., secretary to In-
dian Commission, 17.
Asbury, Samuel E., gift of docu-
Aspects of the History of West and
Northwest Texas since 1815, by
R. C. Crane, 30-43.
Amury, Louis, governor of Galveston,
Baker, Moseley, at San Jacinto, 260.
Barker, Eugene C., correction of ar-
ti-cle on San Jacinto campaign, 74,
paper before 'Mississippi Valley
-listorical Association, 318; elected
president of the Association, 318.
Barrows, H. D., 245.
Bean, Roy, 242.
Bird's Fort, grand Indian council
and treaty at, 188.
Birdsall, John, Life and Service of,
by Adele B. Looscan, 44-57; attor-
ney general of Texas, 45; partner-
ship with Sam Houston, 50.
Birdsall, Dr. Maurice L., 46.
Block, J. S., at Indian council, 187.
Bodine, William B., asks for sketch
of Kenyon College, 294.
Bolton, Herbert E., The Spanish
Borderlands, reviewed, 71.
Book Reviews: Bolton, The Spanish
Borderlands; Hunter, Pioneer His-
tory of Bandera County, 240.
Bonnell, G. W., Commissioner of In-
dian Affairs, 28, 131.
Donnell, Joseph, report on Indian
Bowl, Cherokee Chief, used by Hous-
ton as emissary to hostile Indians,
Burleson, Edward, Cherokee war,
137; Plum Creek, 145; San Ja-
Burnet, David G., commissioner to
Cherokees, 137; defeated by Hous-
ton for presidency, 184.
Burton, J. W., commissioner to Cher-
Bryan-Hayes Correspondence (E. W.
Winklcr, editor), 58-70, 149-162,
Bryan, Guy M., correspondence with
Rutherford B. Hayes, 58-70, 149-
162, 234-239, 280-316; views of re-
construction in Texas, 61, 149, 158,
284; Republican party in Texas,
64; Speaker of Legislature, 151;
views of Governor E. J. Davis, 152;
Texan attitude toward negroes,
156, 285; opinions of Hayes, 281;
warns Hayes against sectional ad-
ministration, 292, 309.
Bryan, T., secretary to Indian Com-
Carson, Sam P., letter to Burnet, 5;
documents concerning, 77.
Camp Jackson, 137.
Cherokees, treaty with, 2; senate re-
jects treaty, 17; Lamar opposed to
Childers, Frank, 278.
Childers, Robert, 275.
Clark, David, 276.
Coffee's Trading House, 22.
Coleman's Fort, on Colorado, 275.
Coleman, R. M., captain of rangers,
3; Indian fight on Tehuacana
Comanche war during Lamar's ad-
ministration, 140; treaty, 193.
Commerce in Texas, 1830-1837, 80-
Cooke, Louis P., commissioner to Co-
Cooke, William G., 142.
Cordova, Vicente, letter to Manuel
Cos, Martin Perfecto de, reinforces
Santa Anna at San Jacinto, 259.
Cotton picking records, 96-100, 115-
Cotton production in Texas, 1821-
Council House fight, 142.
County history, model for writing,
Crane, R. C., Some Aspects of the
History of West and Northwest
Texas since 1815, 30-43; vice pres-
ident of Historical Association, 77.
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