The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 26, July 1922 - April, 1923 Page: 322
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Crockett, David, did he write the
books ascribed to him? 242.
Curlee, Abigail, History of a Texas
Slave Plantation 1831-1863, 79-127.
Cushing, Edward H., article about,
Dallas Historical Society, organized,
Davenport, Harbut, Executive Coun-
cil of the Association, 77.
Davis, E. J., 152.
Davis, Lee R., 276.
Delgado, Pedro, account of battle of
San Jacinto, 256.
Dienst, Alex., bibliography of Texas,
77; gifts to the Association, 77.
Dixon, Sam H., articles in Houston
Post, 75, 163; Men Who Made
Texas Free, 242.
Douglas, Kelsey H., Indian commis-
sioner, 17; Cherokee war, 137.
Durst, Joseph, commissioner to In-
Dyer, John O., articles in Galveston
News, 75, 164.
Erath, Memoirs of Major George
Bernard, 207-233, 255-280.
Erath, Lucy A., editor of Memoirs of
George B. Erath, 207.
Eldredge, J. C., Superintendent of
Indian Affairs, 191, 200.
Election Laws of Texas, by Tom
Elm Creek fight, 274.
Finty, Tom, election laws of Texas,
Fisher, William S., Secretary of War,
12; in Comanche war, 141.
Flores, Manuel, correspondence with
Fokes, John, 276.
Gaines, General E. P., occupation of
Nacogdoches in 1836, 4.
Galveston, register of the port, 163.,
Gazley, J. T., 47.
Graves, Thomas A., surveyor, 230.
Grier, James K., thesis on Louisiana
and the South, 1848-1860, 75.
Gross, Jacob, 276.
Hackett, Charles W., book review, 73.
Harris, Mrs. Jane Birdsall, 46.
Harris, John R., 46.
Harris, Mary Jane, 46.
Harwood, Thomas F., vice president
of the Association, 77.
Hayes, Rutherford B., visit to Texas,
113; correspondence with Guy M.
Bryan, 58-70, 149-162, 234-240,
281-316; labor troubles in Ohio,
283; letter accepting nomination
to presidency, 294.
Hill, Joseph J., New Light on Pattie
and the Southwestern Fur Trade,
Hill, William, captain of rangers, 3.
Hopson, Jack, 276.
Horton, Alexander, ordered to survey
Cherokee boundary, 19.
Houston, Andrew Jackson, vice pres-
ident of the Association, 77.
Houston, Sam, Indian" policy, 8-29,
184-209; urges ratification of Cher-
okee treaty, 17; commerce with In-
dians, 20; asks United States to
control Caddoes, 24; Seller to Pa-
hah-yu-co, 192; attends council
with Comanches, 193; cost and re-
sult of his pacific Indian policy,
Hunter, J. Marion, Pioneer History
of Bandera County, review, 240.
Hunter, William W., early merchant
in Texas, 83.
Indian Bureau, created, 200.
Indian Policy of the Republic of
Texas, by Anna Muckleroy, 1-29,
Indians, regulation of commerce with,
Irion, R. A., commander at Nacog-
Johnston, Albert Sidney, approves
Lamar's Indian policy, 134; com-
missioner to Cherokees, 136.
Jones, R. M., 186.
Jones, W. J., Cherokee war, 137.
Karnes, Henry W., attacked by Co-
manches, 14; treaty with Tonka-
was, 19; commander at San An-
Kichai, treaty with, 23.
Lacy, Martin, agent to Cherokees,
Lafitte, Jean, articles by John 0.
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