The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 86, July 1982 - April, 1983 Page: 589

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A
A&M University, Texas. See
Texas A&M University
Abbott, Carl: book by, rev.,
362-363
Abbott, Robert S.: 534
Abernethy, Francis Edward:
book by, rev., 585-586
Abilene, Texas: WTHA meets
in, 82, 416; Gutenbeig Bible
in, 543
Abshier, H. A., Jr.: 351
academic freedom: at UT, 132
257-258
Academy of Natural Sciences
(Geneva) : 402
Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico:
423
Across Aboriginal Amesca:
The Journey of Three En-
glishmen Across Texas in
1568: 91
Acton, Texas: 56 n.
Acufia, Rudolfo: 554
Adair, Christia: 555
Adair, Cornelia W. R.: 555
Adams, Ansel: 355
Adams, John Quincy: 377
Adams, Katherine J.: 92, 128;
article by, 197-230
Adams Creek, Texas: 53-54
Adelsverein. See Society for the
Protection of German Im-
migiants in Texas
Adkins, Ann: 87, 124
Adkins, Ward N.: 87
"Affairs of the Association"
by L. T. Ellis, 121-124; by
E. L. Mixon, 465-472
agrarian movement, Texas:
125-126
Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Texas. See Texas
A&M University
Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion, Texas: 232
agriculture: Berlandier on.
406, 407; bibliography on,
noted, 437; artice on, noted,
562
Texas: in 1880 and
1890, pp. 126-127; modern,
127; and UT extension ser-
vices, 237-239, 241; exhibit
on, 421
Ainsworth, Edward M : 529
Ainsworth, Greg: 97
Alabama: revivalism in, 41; B
Stroud in, 394 n.
Alabama Agricultural College:
156
Alabama-Coushatta Indians.
440
Alamo: on commemorative
stamp, 422
, battle of: survivors of,
356; Mexican wounded at.
418
Alamo Plaza (San Antonio):
22
Albany, Texas: 86
Albrich, Mrs. Charles E.: 88
Albuquerque, New Mexico:
meeting in, 416

Albuquerque Museum: 354
Alcalde: 228, 230
Alexander, W. G.: 538
aliens: ousted from UT facul-
ty, 269-270
All American football team:
300
Allbritton, Joe L.: 541
Allee family: 432
Allen, George L.: 321-322,
344, 543
Allen, Louise: 418
Allen, Winnie: 212, 213 n.,
220 n.
alligators: 409
Allman, Pierce M.: 541
Allred, James V.: appoints
regents, 296; and D. X.
Bible, 304
Almariz, Felix D., Jr.: and
TSHA, 124; books by, noted,
549
Alsmeyer, Marie B.: 360
Alvarez, Jose Maria: 373
Alvaro Obregdn. Power and
Revolution in Mexico, 1911-
1920: rev., 573-575
Amarillo, Texas: E. Vandale
in, 228; Golden Sandies,
305; archaeological site near,
423; Gutenberg Bible in, 543
Ambidextrous Historian Ihs-
torical Wiiters and Wrltlg,
The: rev., 450-451
ambulance, army: 51 n.-52 n.
American Association for
State and Local History:
meeting of, 82; giants c.f,
427-428; books released by.
551, 555-556, 558
American Historical Associa-
tion: on need for archives,
200; and W. Rundell, Jr..
425
American Indians and Chris-
tian Missions:: Studies tit
Cultural Conflict: 100
American Institute of Foreign
Trade: 84
"Americanism": 254
American Popular Culture As-
sociation: 346
American Quarterly: 435
American Realists and Natu-
ralists: 558
American Studies: A Guide
to Information Sources: 435
American University: W. Run-
dell, Jr., at, 424
American Veterans Commit-
tee (University of Texas,
Austin): 339
Amon Carter Museum: book
by, 435
Amsler, Fritz: 8
"Anacapa" railroadd car)
547
Anahuac in 1832 The Cradle
of the Texas Revolution:
429
Anderson, Adrian: book rev.
by, 445-447
Anderson, Bruce: 87
Anderson, Thomas McArthur:
64
Andrews, Emily K.: diary of.

49-80
Andrews, George: 49 n.
Andrews, George Lippitt: 49,
51, 53-55, 61, 66, 68, 69.
72, 73, 75, 76 80
Andrews, Stephen P.: 395 n.
Angelina River: lumbering
on, 17
Anglo-Protestant reli-
gion, American: 35
annexation, Texas: 137; be-
comes effective, 396 n.
Anniston Museum of Natui al
History: 547
Anson Jones: 230
antelope: 409
Anthony, William: picture of,
512
Antietam, battle of: 49 n.
anti-German feeling: and UT,
269-270, 275; and Feiguson,
274
Antiquarian Booksellers As-
sociation of America: 98
Anti-Vice League (Austin) :
513, 515
Anti-White Slave Organization
(Austin) : 506
Apache Indians- M. W. Mer-
rick notes on, 83
Apaches: A History and Cul-
tural Portrait: rev., 118-119
Aranama Indians: 410, 411
Aransas Bay: 403
Archaeological Investqations
at Choke Canyon Reservozr,
South Texas* The Phase I
Findings: 550
archaeology: in Berlandile
journal, 411; at Socoron,
422; at Landergin Mesa,
422-423; in trans-Pecos,
427; books about, 549-550.
Archer, Roy C.: 326, 328-329
Architectural Photography '
Techniques for Architects,
Preservationists, Photogra-
phers, and Urban Plannecs
557
architecture: Dielmann draw-
ings of, 416; railroad com-
pany drawings of, 418; al-
ticle about, noted, 558
Architecture of the United
States: An Illustrated Guide
to Notable Buildings, The:
100
archives: transcription of
Mexican and Spanish, at UT,
205; article about, noted,
440
Archives of the Indies (Se-
ville) : 426
Archivo General (Mexico
City) : 205
Arciniega, Miguel: 380 n.
Arden, Texas: 67 n.
Arizona: Confederate invasion
of, 83
Arizona Territory: G. L. An-
drews in, 49 n.
Arkansas: Lutcher and Moore
in, 13; revivalism in, 41;
Civil War in, 83
Arkansas Territory: S. F.
Austin and, 378

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