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SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, VOLUME
XXXII

Aberdeen, Lord, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199,
200, 204, 205.
Abilene, 31, 208.
Abilene Reporter, 209.
Ables, Joseph, 345.
Acosta, J. M., 87.
Adair, Mrs., 36, 45, 60, 61.
Adair home, 43.
Addington, 199, 203.
Agerskov-Peterson, P. J., 72.
Alamo, 306.
Alaska, 235.
Alaman, I., letter to Ortiz, 248, recom-
mendation to the House of Repre-
sentatives, 249.
Albany Echo, 209.
Albany News, 209, 214, 218.
Albany Star, 206, 209.
Albany Sun, 209.
Albany Tomahawk, 209.
Alldridge, Collin, 351.
Allen, George, 88, 89.
Allen, Capt. M., 134.
Allen, Dr., 168.
Almonte, 167.
Anahuac, 136.
Andersen, Made, 69.
Andersen, Theodor, 69.
Anderson, K. L., 347.
Andrews, Stephen Pearl, 194, 195, 196.
Anglo-Americans, 225, government, 226;
vs. Mexicans as colonists, 315.
Annexation of Texas, 193; by treaty,
202.
Apache Docket, 209.
Appeal, 209.
Arista, 281.
Arizona Kicker, 216.
Arkansas, 190.
Arkansas River, 33.
Armstrong County, 189, 191.
Arnold, James, 170.
Asbury, S. E., 100.
Astoria, 226.
Atascosito Road, 5.
Austin, seat of government, 300.
Austin, S. F., 1, 16, 18, 22, 26, 40, 315,
319, 334, 336, 337, 343.
Aury, George H., 167.
Ayuntamiento of Goliad, 12.
Bailey, 139, 192.
Baird, Bob, 47.
Baird, 208.

Ballinger Ledger, 209, 213.
Balmaceda, Jose Maria, 14.
Barker, E. C., 101.
Barry, Diego, 79, 81.
Barton, Al, 37.
Barton, Clara, 121.
Barton, Frank, 47.
Bastrop, Baron de, 16.
Beales, John Charles, 23, 24, 25, 26.
Beales and Grant colonization contract,
25.
Beales and Royuela, 22; colonization
grant, 23, 26.
Bean, Col., 89, 170, 176.
Bee, 205.
Beef, market for, 31, 33.
Bell, M. E., 37, 38.
Bell's Landing, 126, 127, 130.
Benedict, Arthur L., 300.
Benedict, J. W., 300.
Berndt, Helvig, 69.
Berry, Mrs., 171.
Beverly, Charles, 37.
Beverly, W. C., 46, 48.
Bexar, 25.
Biesle, R. L., 95.
Big Spring, 208.
Big Spring Paragrapher, 209.
Bishop, Bob, 37.
Bishop, R. T., 37, 38.
Blackwell, Roy, 47.
Blake, B., 90, 94, 252.
Blassingame, Nash, 47.
Bodegas, 236.
Bondies, George, 349.
Bonzano, N. A., 349.
Borden, T., 132.
Border, 345.
Bossier, Silvester, 347.
Bracy, 139.
Bradfield, Major, 260.
Bradley, 143.
Brady, 105.
Bragg, Gen.. 293, 295.
Branham, Jas. M., 301, 309.
Braswell, Sam, 61, 62.
Brazoria, hostilities, 318.
Breckenridge, Col., 286.
Brents, Samuel, 2.
Brichtas, 255.
Briscoe County, 189, 191.
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery So-
ciety, 193, 194, 197, 199.
Brookfield, W. C., 166.

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