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Aaron, Allison, 521
Abbot, Frederick V., report
of, cited, 261n
Abbott, Joe, 893, 895
Abert Expedition, 199; book
on, cited, 199n
Abilene, Texas, 19; Who's
Who of American Women,
subjects in, noted, 145
Ables, Robert, 128; speech
by, noted, 116
Abolitionism, 412
Abstract of the 1910 Census,
see Thirteenth Census of
the United States Taken
in the Year, 1910, Abstract
of the Census with Supple-
ment for Texas
Account of the Organization
of the Army of the United
States, cited, 298n
Adair, A. Garland: book by,
noted, 476-477; contributes
to book auction, 120
Adams, Mrs. Doyle, cited,
201n
Adams, Emmeline, 523, 523n,
524, 524n
Adams, J. H., 426
Adams, John Quincy, letter
of, cited, 61n, 62n
Adams, Mrs. John W., joins
Association, 163
Adams, Paul, 128; appoint-
ed member of Association
state affairs committee,
159; book review by, noted,
824; contributes to book
auction, 121; presides at
meeting, 116
Adams, Willena C., 136
Adams Papers, cited, 61n
Addison, Malcolm H.: col-
lege expenses of, 544; let-
ters from, cited, 536n,
549n, 550n, 551n, 552n
Addison, Oscar M.: letter
from, cited, 552n; letters
to, cited, 536n, 550n, 551n
Addison Papers, cited, 536n,
549n, 550n, 552n
Adelsverein, 364, 364n, 372,
381
Adkins, Mrs. Ward, 180
Adobe Walls, 37, 37n, 38
Agassiz, Louis, 12
Agricultural History, article
in, noted, 611
Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Texas, see Texas
Agricultural and Mechani-
cal College

Agriculture: Emma M. Alt-
gelt's observations on, 870;
in Brazos Valley (1840),
258; by Indians, 248; in
Travis County (1860), 429.
See also Corn, Cotton,
Farming, Garden crops
Aguayo, Marquis de San
Miguel de, 245, 246; ar-
ticle on, cited, 246n, 247n;
diary, 249
Aguayo Expedition, 245; ar-
ticle on, cited, 245n, 246n;
route of, 245
Aguirre, C., 556
"Air King" (airplane), 21,
29
Air Line Tap, see Washing-
ton County Railroad
Airplanes, see Aviation
Alabama Blues, see Ticknor's
Company
Alabama Greys, Georgia Bat-
talion, see Ticknor's Com-
pany
Alabama Review, noted, 319
Alaminos, Ant6n de, 111
Alamito Creek, 606
Alamo, 9, 72, 147, 290, 560;
Emma M. Altgelt's de-
scription of, 369; battle
of, 292, 369; Thomas W.
Bell's description of, 589;
preservation of, speech on,
noted, 116
Alamo Library (San Anto-
nio, Texas), 141
Alamo Plaza (San Antonio,
Texas), 561, 563
Alamo Rifles (San Antonio,
Texas), 9
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
192, 193, 205
Alcanfor (pueblo), 190n-
191n
Alderman, William B., 477;
joins Association, 163
Aldredge, Isaac, 521, 522
Aldredge, John, 525
Aldredge, Owen J., 523, 523n
Aldredge, Sawnie, 129; ap-
pointed to Association
membership committee, 159
Aldredge, Mrs. Sawnie R.,
129
Alexander, John, 441, 442
Alexander, Lewis, 523n
Alexandria (Virginia) Ga-
zette, cited, 570n
Algerita bush, 203
Alhambra Building (Austin,
Texas), 431
Allen, -- , 579

Allen, A. A., 426n
Allen, Delila, 67n
Allen, George, 91
Allen, Irene Taylor, book by,
reviewed, 176-178
Allen, John M., 577
Allen, Tom, 91, 92
Allen, Winnie, 129
Alley, James, 289
Alley's Creek, 281
Alley's Mill, Texas, 284
Alligator Bayou, 97
Alligators, 2438, 245
Allred, James V., thesis on,
noted, 613
Almada, Francisco R., letter
from, cited, 223n
Almaraz, Felix Diaz, Jr.,
joins Association, 479
Almonte, Juan N., 57, 58,
569; letter from, cited,
569n; at San Jacinto, 294-
295
"Aloha" (airplane), 21
Alpine, Texas, 618
Alpine High School, 618
Alston, William Lemuel, 156
Alta Vista (Jared E. Kirby
residence), 415
Altgelt, Emma M.: agricul-
ture, observations on, 370;
Alamo described by, 369;
Americans described by,
871-372; arrival in Texas,
365; biographical sketch
of, 363-364; in Cibolo, Tex-
as, 370ff; climate described
by, 367, 368; Comfort,
Texas, described by, 376;
courtship and marriage of,
873-374; frontier life de-
scribed by, 376-377; Gua-
dalupe River described by,
868; hospitality of Texans
noted by, 369-370; journey
to Victoria, 366-368; mis-
sions described by, 369; in
New Braunfels, 372; plant
life described by, 366;
prairie fires described by,
878-379; reaction to Ne-
groes, 371; recollections
of, 363-384; San Antonio
described by, 368-870; San
Antonio River described
by, 368; San Fernando
Cathedral described by,
369; speech on, noted, 115;
stock raising described by,
379-380; voyage to Texas,
364-365; wedding of, 874;
wedding trip of, 374-875;
writing of, 363n

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