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Abila, Joseph de: 229, 249
Abilene on Catclaw Creek:
reviewed, 126-127
Abraham Lincoln Appreciation
Society: 418
accountants: wealthy Texans
as, 29, 34
Acufia, Rudolph F.: article by,
noted, 269
Adaes, Los: presidio at, 229,
230, 233, 234
Adams, Graham, Jr.: article by,
noted, 268
Adams, Pete: 363
Adams, Dr. Thomas: in Texas
during Republic, 31 n.; wealth
of, 33
Adelsverein,: article on, noted,
421
Adriance, John: wealth of, 25
Afrikaaners: origins of, 81-82;
in Boer War, 82; migration
of, after Boer War, 82, 84;
sought as colonists by Texas,
96-97
After Kino: Jesuit Missions in
Northwestern New Spain,
1711-1727: reviewed, 438-439
"Aggiesl Y'all Caught That
Dam' Ol' Rat Yet?" book
note on, 582-583
agrarianism, Texa s: article
about, noted, 268
agrarian reform: in Mexico, 23
Agricultural Adjustment Act:
and Supreme Court, 36
agriculture: on Gulf coast, 88-
89, 90-91; articles on, noted,
111, 112; bibliography of,
noted, 420. See also truck
farming
Aguayo, Marques de San Miguel
de: 252 n.
Aguila, El (British oil com-
pany): in Mexico, 14, 15
Aguilar, General Cindido: 4 n.,
10
Ahumada, Arroyo de. See Blanco
River
Ahumada y Villal6n, Agustin
de: 239 n.
Aiken, W. B.: wealth of, 35
Alabama: wealthy Texans from,
33; Presbyterians f r o m,
324 n.; histories of, 462-463,
475
Alamo, fall of: 151, 226
Alamo Monument: information
for, 262
Alarc6n, Rio de. See Guadalupe
River
Alaska: article on, noted, 423
Albany, Texas: Fandangle in,
266

Albuquerque, New Mexico: 191
Alcalde: Winkler article in,
298; Webb items in, 305, 314
Aldaco, Manuel de: on Los
Almagres, 230-231, 252; men-
tioned, 250
Aldrich, R. W.: and Webb,
807
Alejandro O'Reilly and the New
Orleans Rebels: noted, 109
Alexander, Major A. J.: 160
Alexander, Mary: occupation of,
29; wealth of, 34
Alice, Texas: 91, 92
Allen, Virginia R.: article by,
noted, 425
Allen, W. Y.: at camp meet-
ings, 326; comments on
preachers, 326; reports on
education, 334
Allen, Y. A.: 324 n.
All Our Yesterdays: A Brief
History of Chappell Hill: re-
ceives book award, 419
Almagre Grande: Mirando can-
not search for, 242; men-
tioned, 250
Almagres, Arroyo de los: loca-
tion of, 224; renamed Honey
Creek, 226; Miranda visits and
explores, 241-248; value of,
246
Almagres, Los: location of, 223;
article about, 223-254; rumors
about, 223-224; maps of, 224,
287, 247; rediscovered, 226;
inspected by U.S. Geological
Survey, 227; originally op-
ened, 228; Miranda's inspec-
tion of, 229-230, 236, 241-
243, 250-254; value of, 230-
231, 245-246, 252; ore sam-
ples from, 230-231; attempts
to develop, 231-284, 250-254;
Indian attacks near, 234; doc-
uments on, 235-236; descrip-
tion of, 246, 251; mentioned,
251 n.
Almagres Mining Company,
Los: 227
Almaraz, F4lix D., Jr.: book re-
viewed by, 279-280
Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno: on
San SabA mines, 225; impris-
oned, 403
Alpine, Texas: packtrain at,
66
Alta California: book about,
noted, 109-110
Alvis, Jim: 137
Amarillas, Marquis de las:
239 n.
amendments, constitutional: ar-
ticle on, noted, 427
America, Central: and Mexico,
4 n.

American Association for State
and Local History: meeting
of, 100; honors Ima Hogg,
104; honors books, 104, 558
American Cattle Trust: 527. See
also Texas and Southwestern
Cattle Raisers Association
American Heritage: article on,
noted, 111
American Heritage Foundation:
gives grant to Big Thicket
Association, 260
American Historians, Organiza-
tion of: meeting of, 100
American Historical Associa-
tion: Webb competes for prize
from, 297; Webb's speech be-
fore, 296-297, 301, 319
American Historical Review:
Webb writes reviews for, 314
American history: article on,
noted, 111; atlas of, 419
American Indian Periodicals in
the Princeton University Lt-
brary: publication of, noted,
558
American National Live Stock
Association: establishment of,
530; and meat-packing indus-
try, 531
American Negro Slavery: A
Modern Reader: noted, 265
American Petroleum Institute:
262
American Relief Administra-
tion: expedition of, to Russia,
263
Americans. See United States
citizens
American Stock Growers' Asso-
ciation: founded, 530
American Studies Association of
Texas, Journal of: 421
Ames, Iowa: 98
Ammen, Daniel: 156
Anahuac, Fort: 204
Anderson, John: 385
Anderson County, Texas: weal-
thy Texans in, 38
Andr4u, Ocariz, Juan Jos4, 476
Andrews, J. Cutler: article by,
noted. 560
Andrews, John D.: age of, 28;
wealth of, 34
Angelino, Angel: maps of, 240 n.
Antiquities Commission, Texas:
103
Apache Indians: packtrains used
against, 54; efforts of govern-
ment to control, 108-109, 190-
191, 193:; San SabA Mission
to, 223; attack Los Almagres,
234; Miranda fails to meet,
249; tell about other ore de-
posits, 249, 251. See also Gila

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