The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 27, July 1923 - April, 1924 Page: 341
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Mills, Roger Q., approves Hayes, 65,
Mills, R. and D. G., 257.
Milner, R. T., 252.
Minutemen, for protection of frontier,
Money, depreciation of Texas bills, 31,
33, 143; Confederate currency, 157.
Monroe's Settlement, suffers f r o m
Indian raids, 34.
Morehouse expedition, the, Indian wars,
Morgan Fight, Indian hostilities, 29.
Moore, Colonel, 36.
Morton, Oliver P., on Hayes' Southern
Narvaez, PAnfilo de, expedition of, 120-
139, 217-241, 276-304; builds boats,
217-219; refuses assistance to Cabeza
de Vaca, 226; controversy with
Cortes, 125; description of, 126;
equipment of the expedition, 129.
Nashville, on Brazos River, 29.
Necrology, 251, 335.
Negroes, franchise in Texas, 53, 324.
Neighbors, Major Robert S., Indian
Nelson, Captain, 151.
New Mexico, documents concerning,
New Mexico and the Texan Santa F6
News Items, 169, 251.
Newspapers, early Texas, in Grand
Masonic Lodge at Waco, 170.
Nichols, E. B., 255.
Noble, Elijah, 113.
Norris, James M., negotiates with
Comanches, 152; protection of fron-
Norton, A. B., 68.
Norwegian settlement in Bosque county,
Notes a n d Fragments: Rosenberg
Obreg6n, Luis Gonzales, publications,
Ohio, emigration from to Texas, 55, 56,
Oldham, Tom, in Mier expedition, 49.
Oliver and Brothers, 259.
Ortiz, Juan Felipe, stimulates Santa F6
against Texans, 102.
Oviedo y Valdez, Gonzalo Fernandez,
The Expedition of Pdnfilo de Narvdez,
120, 217, 276.
Oxsheer, William, 147.
Pacific railroad, land reserved for, 149.
Palos, Fray Juan de, 218.
Panhandle Plains Historical Society,
Park, George S., Santa F6 trade, 88.
Pearce, N. B., 269.
Pearson, Captain, 38.
Pease, E. M., recommends appointment
of W. P. Ballinger to Supreme Court
of United States, 243; characteriza-
tion of, 243; mentioned for collector
of port of Galveston, 315.
Pefialosa, Captain, 220, 226.
Pfeiffer, George, gunpowder factory, 268.
Pierce, -- , 47.
Pineda, Alonso de, explores Gulf coast,
Plummer, Captain, guarding Indians at
Brazos agency, 152.
Poindexter, William W., 335.
Portilla, Juana Yznaga de la, 121.
Potter resolution, 312, 315, 316.
Prairie Dog River, 33.
Quevenes Indians, 287.
Quitok Indians, 287.
Quitole Indians, 287.
Railroads, promote settlement of Texas,
57, 70, 149, 150; contemplated to
Rio Grande, 244; will facilitate pro-
tection of Texas coast, 318; route for
transcontinental road, 4.
Ram6n, Diego, 197.
Ram6n, Domingo, 197.
Ramsdell, Charles W., Plea for County
Historical Societies, 74; Treasurer's
report, 83; The Texas State Military
Board, 1862-1865, 254-275.
Randolph, C. H., 258.
Ranjel, Roderigo, narrative of De Soto,
Reagan, John H., approves Hayes'
Religious toleration, desired by emi-
grants to Texas, 113.
Republican party in Texas, 317.
Riggs, John, killed by Indians, 153.
Rippy, J. Fred, Negotiation of the
Gadsden Treaty, 1-26.
Roberts, Major Ingham S., 169.
Rogers, W. K., 166, 307, 313, 314, 318,
Rosenberg Library, historical materials
Ross, Shapleigh P., ranger captain,
Rountree, Lee J., 252.
Rowan, manufacture of gunpowder, 268.
Rowland, John G., 95.
Royall, Tucker, 335.
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