The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 27, July 1923 - April, 1924 Page: 338
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Burleson, Edward, 37; defeated for
Presidency of Texas, 144.
Burnett, Mary Couts, gift to Texas
Christian University, 335.
Burney, George E., 148.
Butler, Jonas, 147.
Byrne, James William, 251.
Caballos, Bahia de los, identified with
Ocklockonee Bay, 217.
Caldwell, Colonel, 36.
Caldwell, C. M., 335.
Caldwell, town of established, 146.
Calero, Bernardo, 121.
Cameron, laid off by Erath, 145.
Camolas Indians, 287.
Campbell, John A., endorsed for Su-
preme Court of United States, 249.
Cardenas y Magafia, Manuel Joseph de,
map maker, 177; map of La Salle's
Carranza, Andres Dorantes de, see
Carranza, Biltasar Dorantes de, 121.
Carranza, Sancho Dorantes de, 122.
Castillo, Alonso del, 217; captain of
boat, 220; with Indians in Texas,
Castro's colony, French, 141, 142.
Central railroad, building, 150.
Chalk, Whitfield, in Mier expedition,
47, 48; sketch of, 51.
Chalmers, Lucinda, marries Erath, 145.
Chambers, Thomas Jefferson, 147.
Chavavares Indians, 287.
Chaves, Mariano, 102.
Clark, J. S., opinion of location of
La Salle's Colony, 186.
Coahuila and Texas, Journals of legis-
lature of, acquired by University of
Cody, Dr. Claude C., death of, 170.
Coke, Richard, Commissioner to In-
dians, 153; in Civil War, 158.
Coles, John P., 115.
Collins, Jasper, 335.
Comanches, 150, expelled from Brazos
agency, 154; expedition against, 89.
Concho, Fort, 169.
Cook, Frederick W., 252.
Cook, James R., 38, 41.
Cooke, William G., commander of
Santa F6 expedition, 32.
Cordova, J. de, land agent, 147.
Cortasar, Antonio, 99.
Cortes, Hernando, 124; controversy
with Narvfez, 125.
Cotton Bureau, established, 270.
Cotton, crop of 1861 in Texas, 256;
dealings of Military Board in, 261.
County Historical Societies, a plea for,
74; organization of, 149, 251, 335.
Cox, Jefferson Davis, 335.
Crane, R. C., donates collection of
Texana to Simmons College, 170.
Cuchendado Indians, 290.
Culberson, Charles A., reminiscences,
Cultalchulches Indians, 286.
Curtis, Stilman S., killed by Indians, 29.
Cushing, E. B., 335.
Davenport, Harbert, edits The Expedi-
tion of Pdnfilo de Narvdez, 120, 217,
276; locates wanderings of Cabeza
de Vaca, 288, 301.
Davis, E. J., bitter partisan but honest
Davis, Mrs. French, founding of Lan-
caster, Texas, 335.
Davis, Jefferson, dominating figure in
Pierce's Cabinet, 6.
Decubadaos Indians, 287.
De Leon, Alonso de, search for La
Salle's Colony, 176.
Diaz, Bernal del Castillo, description of
Diaz, Porfirio, 70.
Dienst, Alex., a plea for County
Historical Societies, 74; vice-pres-
ident, 82; president of Bell County
Historical Society, 335.
Dixon, Sam H., 251.
Dorantes, Andres, 120, 123, 217; sketch
of family, 121; captain of boat, 220;
with Indians in Texas, 231, 277.
Dorantes, Diego, with Indians on Texas
Dougherty, William H., 335.
Douglas, Charles, 113.
Draper, Daniel, 117.
Dryden, William G., Santa F6 expedi-
tion, 94, 96.
Dunbar, James T., 113.
Eastland, Captain, 38.
Elliot, Captain Charles, British charge
in Texas, 36.
Ellis, E. John, 67.
El Paso, golden jubilee, 169.
England, interest of, in Texas, 36, 141,
Erath, Edwin Potter, 158.
Erath, Memoirs of Major George Ber-
nard, 27-51, 140-163; surveyor and
Indian fighter, 27, 145; Congressman
and legislator, 140; marriage, 145;
relations with Indians, 153; in Civil
Erath, Lucy A., 27, 140.
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