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Abbott, Frank Winchester: the-
sis by, 210
Abilene, Texas: R. N. Richard-
son in, 217; POW camp near,
247; mentioned, 274 n.
Abilene Christian College: POW
extension course from, 260
Acapulco, Mexico: 431
Adair, Thomas Louis: thesis by,
417
Adams, David B.: book review
by, 242-243
Adams, Florence Chapman: 328
Adams, Georgia B: thesis by,
79
Adams, Jackie Earl: thesis by,
210
Adams, Madeline Fahey: thesis
by, 816
Adams, Ramon Frederick: death
of, 325; books by, 325
Addison, Joseph Edward, Jr.:
thesis by, 79
Addison, Mary Mondell: thesis
by, 79
Adelsverein: landholdings of,
181; shortcomings of, 184;
and land for immigrants, 185:
and Nassau Farm, 292; men-
tioned, 78, 178, 183. See also
Society for the Protection of
German Immigrants
Adensen, Hannover: 293 n.
"Affairs of the Association":
annual report, 129-133; fi-
nancial report, 352-356
AFL-CIO, Texas: records of,
acquired, 98
Africa: books on slave trade
with, noted, 102; mentioned,
253. See also North Africa
Afrlca Korps: POWs from, in
Texas, 247-282; ardent Nazis
in, 249, 255
Agave. See maguey plant
"Age of Hope and New Begin-
nings, The": wins Junior
Historian prize, 221
Agricultural Association: 188 n.
agricultural history: bibliogi a-
phv of, 226-227
agriculture, southern: symposi-
um on, 217
-, Texas: W. Steinert on, 59,
62-65, 67-75, 77, 177-180, 184,
185, 188, 190, 192, 194-197,
199, 200, 285, 287, 288, 290-
292, 295-298, 300, 401, 403-
406, 409-412, 415; on Grand
Prairie, 140, 141, 144; in
Pecos Valley, 426
-, United States: recruiting
workers for, 266; draft status

of workers in, 266 n.
Air Force, U.S.: and H. Ran-
som, 96
Alabama: 44
"Alamo Plaza, The Archaeol-
ogy and History of": 328
Alamos, Mexico: Horgan's
drawings of, 3, 8
Alamos, Sierra del (in Texas):
picture of, 368
Alamo Village: 426
Albany, New York: 1, 98
Albert, Carl: 220
Albrecht, Theodore: article by,
mentioned, 225
Albuquerque, New Mexico: P.
Horgan in, 2, 10, 17, 19;
mentioned, 6
Albuquerque High School: 19
Albuquerque Morning Journal:
P. Horgan works for, 20
Alexander, Archie M. B.: the-
sis by, 79
Alfrey, Garvin Tarris: thesis
by, 210
Al Issa, Suliman Fahad: the-
sis by, 210
Allen, Donald V.: thesis by, 79
Allies, the: and repatriation of
POWs. 277
Alpenfels, Dr. Ethel: 169
Alpine, Texas: records of, mi-
crofilmed, 426
Alsace, France: 183n., 401
Alton Hutson: Reminiscences of
a South Plains Youth: re-
viewed, 241-242
Alva, Oklahoma: POW camp
at, 276
Alvin, Texas: 271, 279
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workmen of North
America, A.F.of L.: 98, 268 n.
Amarillo, Texas: Italian POWs
at, 254; mentioned, 226
Amarillo Globe-News: 426
Amboree, Ruth E.: thesis by,
79
America: Spanish in, 11, 14,
29; W. Steinert on, 57; life
in, 59; compared with Ger-
many, 187; wages and prices
in, 189; religious sects in,
413; mentioned, 26, 47, 412
American Airlines: 426
American Association for State
and Local History: meeting
of, 98; awards given by, 218,
431 -432
American Bank of Waco: 222
American Dictionary of the
English Language, An, by
Noah Webster: 430
American Fi iends of Spanish
Democracy: 164

American Government, by F. A.
Magruder: 170 n.
American Historical Associa-
tion: W. P. Webb as presi-
dent of, 427; gives N. L. Ben-
son an award, 430-431
American Legion: 165, 169,
278
American Revolution Bicenten-
nial Commission of Texas:
432
Americans: farms owned by,
69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 288;
and W. Steinert, 179, 181,
191, 300, 411; in San An-
tonio, 193: mobility of, 283;
mentioned, 62, 72-73, 75, 189,
192 200, 296, 299, 399, 400,
409
American Veterans Committee:
liberal nature of, 165; and
other veterans groups, 165;
proposals of, 165; G. Ebey's
activities in, 165-166, 173;
and Communists, 165-166:
investigation of, 173
Amey, Opal June: thesis by, 79
"Amon Carter: The First of a
New Breed": wins Junior
Historian prize, 221
Amsler, Karl: 295 n.
Amsler, Laveta Larie: thesis by,
210
Amsler, Marcus: 295 n.
Amsler family: financial status
of, 295; at Cat Spring, 295 n.
Anahuac, Texas: POW camp
at, 254
Anclam [Anklam], Germany:
178
Anders, - : 414
Anderson, Clinton P: 20
Anderson, Doris Singleton: the-
sis by, 79
Anderson, Dorothy S.: thesis
by, 79
Andreas, Jost Daniel: arrives
in Texas, 60; sketch of, 60 n.;
W. Steinert sees, 300, 400,
408
Andreas family: 406
Andrews, Texas: 103
Anglo-Americans: in the South-
west, 11, 14; in East Cross
Timbers, 138; map of origins
of, 139; in San Antonio,
193 n.; pottery of, 224
Anhalt, Germany: 195 n.
Anson, Texas: records of, mi-
crofilmed, 426
anti-Communism, Houston: na-
ture of, 167-169, 175
antiscorbutics in frontier forts:
382, 398 n.
antislavery movement: 188 n.

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