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Affairs of the Association: Minutes,
officers, members, 82; report of
treasurer, 83; 336.
Allen, B. I., schooner, 8.
Almonte, Juan N., Minister to United
States, 20.
Alvarez, Manuel, 104.
Anagados Indians, 284.
Afiasco, Juan de, 137.
Anc6n, definition of, 127.
Anderson, Miss Tilly, 321, 324.
Andrews, H. B., railroad manager,
promotes immigration in Texas, 57.
Arbadaos Indians, 287.
Archuileta, Juan A., Prefect of Santa
F6, 103.
Arista, General Mariano, 99.
Arkansas Gazette, unfriendly attitude
toward Texas, 115.
Armijo, Manuel, 90.
Asbury, Samuel E., 82.
Ashby, H. S. P., death of, 170.
Atayos Indians, 287.
Austin, E. T., 64.
Austin, Stephen F., suggests trade with
Santa Fe, 88.
Avavares Indians, 284.
Axson, A. F., approves Hayes's policy,
Ayer, Edward E., collection of, 329.
Ballinger, Bettie, 322.
Ballinger, W. P., 165, 246, 311; rec-
ommended for Supreme Court of
United States, 243; endorses Judge
Campbell, 249.
Bandelier, Adolph F., misreads Cabeza
de Vaca, 120; documents on New
Mexico, 329.
Bandelier, Fanny R., 122; documents
on New Mexico, 329.
Bankruptcy law, abuse of, 161.
Barker, Eugene C., Notes on the Coloni-
zation of Texas, 108-119; obtains
Journals of legislature of Coahuila
and Texas, for University, 334.
Baron, Captain, 147.
Bartholomew, Eugene C., 335.
Barton, Armstrong, not killed in battle
with Indians, 170.
Barton, Hale, killed in battle with
Indians, 170.
Barton, James S., 170.
Baskett, James N., 120.
Bee, H. P., 264.
Bell, Colonel, 40, 43.

Bell, James Christy, Jr., book reviewed,
Bell County Historical Society organi-
zed, 335.
Benavides, Father Alonzo, suggests
port on Texas coast for trade with
New Mexico, 88.
Benson, B. K., 335.
Binkley, William Campbell, New Mexico
and the Texan Santa Fe Expedition,
Bird Creek Fight, Indian hostilities, 29.
Black, Hardy C., 335.
Blackrode, Thomas, 97.
Bledsoe, A., 335.
Blue, George Verne, book review, 77.
Bolton, Herbert E., Guide to Mexican
archives, 86; Location of La Salle's
Colony on the Gulf of Mexico, 171-189;
Value of work in history of the
Spanish Southwest, 302; Collections
of, 329.
Bonilla, Manuel Diaz de, 9.
Bonnell, Captain, 46, 48, 49.
Book reviews: Opening of a Highway
to the Pacific, 1838-1846, 77; Histori-
cal Documents Relating to New
Mexico .. to 1773, 329.
Bosque County, Texas, Norwegian
settlement in, 149.
Bowers, General, 244.
Brackenridge, M. Eleanor, 335.
Brazos Indian Agency, 151.
Brazos River, only one fork known,
33; improvement of, 318.
Brown, John Henry, commissioner to
Indians, 153.
Bryan, Guy M., correspondence with
Rutherford B. Hayes, 52-73, 164-167,
242-250, 305-328; suggesting method
of settling the Hayes-Tilden contest,
52; Hayes's reply, 55; negro franchise
in Texas, 53; advises Hayes concern-
ing policy toward South, 58; commends
inaugural address, 59; invited by
Hayes to visit and advise him, 62;
asks for appointment as minister to
Mexico, 63; interview commending
Hayes, 67; opinion of E. J. Davis,
73; advise 305, 307, 308, 310, 318;
nominated to legislature, 320, 323;
visitor to West Point, 327.
Bryant, Captain Benjamin.
Buchanan, William, 335.
Buckman, , 46.

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