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Abamillo, Juan: 512
Abasolo, Tamaulipas. SEE San-
tillana, Nuevo Santander
Abell-Hanger Foundation: 885
Abilene, Kansas: 510
Abilene, Texas: 514; Associa-
tion to meet at, 508
Abilene County, Texas: photo-
graphs of vicinity of, noted,
514-515
Abilene Reporter News: 514
abolitionists: 78
Abred, Santiago: 829
Acton, Texas: 77
Adams, David B.: book reviewed
by, 531
Adams, Eleanor B.: articles ed-
ited by, noted, 247, 891
Adams, Ramon F.: book by,
noted, 96
Adams, Willena Casey: book by,
reviewed, 531-532
Adams-Onis Treaty: 326
Add-Ran University: becomes
Texas Christian University, 59
adobe houses: picture of, 362
Adobe Walls, Texas: in Indian
wars, 200-201, 202 n., 220, 221,
222
Affairs of the Association: fi-
nancial report of, 405-412
Agnew, Brad: article by, noted,
520
agriculture: and Waco, 56-57;
exhibits of, at Cotton Palace,
58; near Corpus Christi, 436,
454, 455. SEE ALSO farming;
plants; stockraising
Agua Verde, Nuevo Le6n: 496
Aguayo, Marqu4s de San Miguel
de: 489
Aguayo, Nu e v o Santander:
475 n., 484 n. SEE ALSO Ciudad
Victoria, Tamaulipas
Akron Baptist Temple: 282
Alabama: emigrants from, 56;
documents from, published,
95; Norris born in, 272
Alamo, the: articles on, noted,
103, 512; painting of, donated
to state, 286; representation
of, noted, 508
Albany, Texas: courthouse in,
345; drawing of courthouse
plans in, 348
Albion (ship): black screwmen
on, 180-181
alcabalas (import taxes): reve-
nues from, in Nuevo Santan-
der, 478, 483; administrator
of, 484
Aldama, Tamaulipas. SEE Pre-
sas del Rey, Nuevo Santander
Alexander, John Rufus: 397
Alexandria, Louisiana: 192

Alger, Russel: 34, 85'
Alice, Texas: 48, 45
Alice Echo: on oil drilling, 51
Allen, Jules Verne: 242
Allen, Ruth: on Texas labor his-
tory, 140-141
Alley, D. N.: 842 n.
Almad6n, mines of: 417
Almarz, Fdlix D., Jr.: 128, 180
Altamira, Nu e v o Santander:
472, 475 n.
Alta Vista Hotel (Corpus Chris-
ti): 434; picture of, 448
Alvarado, Salvador: 306 n.
Alvarez, Manuel: as U.S. con-
sul in Santa Fe, 830
Alvis, Jim: film by, 132-188
Amaral, Anthony: article by,
noted, 101-102
Amerada Petroleum: 403
American, New York: SEE New
York American
American Association for State
and Local History: meeting
of, 90; Association book re-
ceives award from, 882
American Conservation, in the
Age of Enterprise, 1865-1910:
186
American Federation of Labor
(A.F.L.): organizing of, 155;
merges with C.I.O., 155; op-
poses De la Huerta, 308
American Foreign Credit Un-
derwriters: and Mexican fi-
nances, 311
American Heritage Publishing
Co.: sponsors historical tours
of Texas, 93-94
American Indian, 1926-1981,
The: reviewed, 106-107
American Liberty League: 197
American Library Association:
on local history collecting, 97
American Missionary Associa-
tion: article about, noted, 391
American Railway Association:
and De la Huerta rebellion,
314
American Scene: publication of,
noted, 517-518
American Southwest: Its People
and Cultures, The: reviewed,
527-528
American Statesman, A u st i n,
SEE Austin American States-
man
Amon G. Carter Museum of
Western Art: 236, 354 n., 378
Amoret, Missouri: 25
Amsterdam, Missouri: 25
Anadarko Fight: 208 n.
Anaelo, Nuevo Le6n. SEE Anelo,
former presidio of
Anderson, George L.: confer-
ence in honor of, 528; essay
by, noted, 528

Anderson, Mrs. Mary B.: book
edited by, noted, 899
Anderson, Texas: picture of
courthouse in, 365
Anderson County, Texas: arti-
cle about, noted, 522
Andrew, John A., III: wins
award, 879
Anelo, former presidio of: In-
dian's pass near, 495, 497
Anglo-Americans: and penetra-
tion into Texas, 325-338; pro-
tection of Texas against, 466,
467, 468, 469n.; force Indian
migration into Mexico, 489,
491, 502; interested in com-
mercial contacts with Mexico,
502-508; reasons for successes
of, 505. SEE ALSO North A-
mericans
Anhelo, Nuevo Le6n. SEE Anelo,
former presidio of
animal hides, commercial value
of: 4815; bear, 482, 494; bea-
ver, 473, 482; buffalo, 482,
494; deer, 475, 477, 482, 494
animals: in Nuevo Santander,
478, 482; buffalo, 202, 207,
214; burros, 473, 475; beaver,
215; birds, 473; camels, 529;
deer, 202, 216, 478; goats, 475,
477, 494; hogs, 44, 45; horses,
79, 282, 892, 426, 478, 475,
481, 492 n., 494; mules, 478,
475, 476, 477, 481, 492n.;
sheep, 102, 435, 475, 477; tur-
keys, 202, 217, 226-228, 281;
wildcats, 473. SEE ALSO cattle,
livestock
Animas River, Las: 836
Anonymous Families History
Project: 514
Anson, Texas: courthouse and
square in, 341, 355
Antelope Hills (Indian Terri-
tory) : 201, 228
anthropology: books on, pub-
lished, 98
Anti-Communism: and Funda-
mentalism, 295 n.
antidenominationalism: SEE in-
dependence, ecclesiastical
Anti-monopoly League: 158
antiprohibitionists: SE "wets"
Anti-Saloon League: and prohi-
bition campaign, 10
Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver.
Lea illustrations for, 240
Apaches. SEE Indians
Aransas Pass, Texas: 441
Arapahos. SEE Indians
Archeological Excavations in
Dinosaur National Monument,
Colorado-Utah, 1964-1965: 98
Archer City, Texas: picture of
courthouse in, 371

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