The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 51, July 1947 - April, 1948 Page: 385


Abernathy, Thomas P., 278
Abilene, Texas, 365
Acheson, Sam H., 87
Adame, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.,
join Association, 272
Adams, James Truslow, 188
Adams, Paul, 75
Adams, Ramon F., 75, 76;
joins Association, 91
Adkins, John Robert, 179
Adkins, Mary Grace Muse,
book review by, 275-277
Administrative agencies, the-
sis on, 179
Adventures with a Texas
Naturalist, remarks on,
175; review of, 275-277
Aeschbacher, W. D., article
by noted, 88
Agriculture, data in census
on, 295, 297, 300, 301
Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Texas, 105, 106
Air Line Railroad, 154
Alabama, 364, 382, 130n; uni-
versity of, 364
Alabama (privateer), attacks
off Galveston, 128-129
Alabama Historical Society,
Alabama Polytechnic Libra-
ry, joins Association, 91
Alabama Review, 364, 382
Alamo, 167, 169, 363; am-
munition storage in, 172;
error in note on, 82; fall
of mentioned, 94
Alamo Express, 154
Alamo Masonic Cemetery, J.
L. Sinclair buried in, 89
Albany, Texas, paper in cit-
ed, 8
Albany Echo, cited, 1, 8, 10
Albany Star, cited, 8n
Alden, James, 130n
Alexander, Gerard L., 365
Allen, Austin F., joins As-
sociation, 182
Allen, Winnie, article by cit-
ed, 51n
Allende, Ignacio, capture of,
Allhands, J. L., review of
book by, 184
Allison, H. R., joins Asso-
ciation, 182
Almonte, Juan N., quoted,
45 and n; report on free
primary school at Bexar,
46; report on school at
Nacogdoches, 48
Amangual, Francisco, report
of cited, 20n
Ambierle, France, 167
Ambrosio de Letinez or First
Texian Novel, cited, 40

American Antiquarian So-
ciety, 364, 366
American Historical Review,
cited, 310n, 311n
Americans: check on bound-
ary claim of, 34; Cordero's
fear of coming to Texas,
31; de facto control of
Texas by, 49; desire to
come into Texas, 27; Nac-
ogdoches flooded with, 46;
population in Texas, 1830
and 1835, 48; profits of in
contraband trade, 33; pur-
chase of Spanish uniforms
from, 32; question of war
with, 35; rumors of war
with, 32
Amsler, Robert W., 268
Amusements in Texas, arti-
cle on cited, 365
Anabaptists, children of con-
firmed by Porras, 28
Anadaca Indians, treaty with
signed, 331
Anahuac, Texas, mentioned,
Anderson, Deena, 259
Anderson, Jack, joins Asso-
ciation, 91
Anderson, T. S., 154
Anderson, Thomas D., joins
Association, 182
Anderson County, 165, 236
Andrew, Bishop, 232
Angelina County, 163
Anglo-Americans, P o r r a s'
fear of covetousness of, 18
Annexation of Texas, 94, 372
Annunciation Church (Hous-
ton), 152
Arbuckle, Matthew, treaty
with Indians by, 315
Archaeological H i s t o r y,
Handbook mentioned, 100
Archer County, 4
Archivos Cancelados, infor-
mation concerning, 265-266
Arden Ranch, 9
Arizona, 177; J. R. Baylor
as governor, 162; study of
Papago reservations in, 102
Arkansas, reviewed, 285-286
Armas, Martin Lorenzo de,
Armstrong, M. L., 240
Armstrong, William, 316
Army, United States, see
United States Army
Army and Navy Courier,
cited, 365
Arocha, Francisco Joseph de,
notary in San Fernando,

Arredondo, Joaquin de, par-
don to Lutierrez de Lara
by, 39
Asbury, Samuel E., 75
Ashland, Texas, 156
Aten, Sergeant Ira: letter of
cited, 12n; made bombs to
use against fence-cutters,
Atkinson, H. L., joins Asso-
ciation, 273
Atkinson, Miss Lillian, joins
Association, 273
Austin, Mrs. Gladys Peters,
Austin, Moses, 48; biography
of mentioned, 149
Austin, Stephen F., 48, 49,
364; assurances on schools,
52; interest of in educa-
tion, 50; letter to cited,
51n; Murat's comments on,
Austin, Texas, 56, 144, 168;
ball in, 154; concert at,
154; site of Texas Military
Institute, 105; tour of by
Junior Historians, 74
Austin Baptist Association,
Austin Daily Statesman, cit-
ed, 7n
Austin Papers, cited, 364
Australia, 101
Babbitt, Edwin Burr: bio-
graphical data on, 57n;
quartermaster of 8th de-
partment, 57
Bacon family, 177
Bahama Island, 143
Bailey, Travis, joins Associa-
tion, 181
Bailey, Vernon, 276
Baird, Mrs. John, joins As-
sociation, 369
Bajin, well of, capture of
Allende and Hidalgo at, 38
Baker, Beth, 75
Baker, D. W. C., cited, 52n
Baker, W. M., 132, 138
Baker, Botts, Andrews, and
Wharton, founding of, 145n
Balam, Mrs. -, 177
Balboa, Vasco Nufiez de, 186,
Ballinger, W. P., 163
Baltimore, Md., 169
Bancroft, H. H., cited, 42n
Bancroft Library, 178
Bandera road, fence-cutting
activities near, 12
Bankersmith, Texas, 260
Banks, C. Stanley, 73, 76
Banks, Mrs. C. Stanley, 76
Banks, Lucy, 76

Upcoming Pages

Here’s what’s next.

upcoming item: 480 480 of 520
upcoming item: 481 481 of 520
upcoming item: 482 482 of 520
upcoming item: 483 483 of 520

Show all pages in this issue.

This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.

Tools / Downloads

Get a copy of this page .

Citing and Sharing

Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.

Reference the current page of this Periodical.

Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 51, July 1947 - April, 1948, periodical, 1948; Austin, Texas. ( accessed January 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting Texas State Historical Association.