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Abbe, Donald 83, 309
Abell-Hanger Foundation: 185
Abell-Hanger Research Fellowship
in Texas Studies 185
Abernethy, Francis E. and Hand-
book of Texas project, 87; article
by, noted, 322
Abilene, Kansas. P. Coe dies in, 420
Abilene, Texas: WTHA meets in,
298, history fair at, 306
Abilene Christian College R R.
Barkley at, 83
abolitionists: in Hunt County,
395-396
Abrams, Inc., Harry N.: 314
Abstracts of the Smith County Pro-
bate Records, Smith County,
Texas, 1846-1880. 416
Abzug, Robert H essay by, noted,
203
Academy of Natural Sciences, Phil-
adelphia. 36 n.
Acordada, revolution of 271, 275,
276
Adaes Indians. 167, 168
Adalia, Texas. 284
Adams, (Sergeant) 161
Adams, Alexine: 324
Adams, Dom 189
Adams, H. B : 150
Adams, Kate: 308
Adams, Lawtie. 122
Adams, W. A.: 403
Adapt Learning Systems. 183
Adkins, Mary Grace Muse. 287 n.
Adkins, Ward N.: 183
Adkins, Mrs. Ward N." 183
After San Jacinto: 411
Agricultural Workers of the Rio
Grande and Rio Bravo Valleys: A
Portfolio: 202
agriculture: Handbook of Texas
conference on, 87, articles on,
noted, 319; in antebellum Hunt
County, 387, 388; 1860 produc-
tions of, m Hunt County, table,
393; papers concerning irrigated,
409, archives of American, estab-
hshed, 414; family enterprises of,
honored, 414. See also farmers
Akers, Chess C.. 182
Akers, Eleanor H.: 182
Alabama: turtle industry in, 66;
S. F. Austin receives letters from,
258; as setting for short story, 312
Alabama-Coushatta Indians. settle
on Caddo lands, 22; corn dance of,
24 n.
AlamAn, Lucas. S. F. Austin on,
263, 273, 276, 277
Alamo: Travis's last letter from,
189, books on, Bowie children
mentioned in, 195; battle of, on
map, 204; exhibit on, 304
Albuquerque, New Mexico: Span-
ish flu in, 202
Algier, M. S.. 72
Alligator mississippienss. 16
alligators. m lower Red River, 16;
in Bayside area, 56

Allman, Pierce M.. 122, 183
Almarhz, Fl1ix D., Jr.: on TSHA
Executive Council, 92, 120, on
TSHA Carroll Committee, 122,
speaks at dedication ceremony,
309
Alpern, Sara 90
Alpine, Texas. grocery in, 189
Alpine Junior High School: 97
Amarillo, Texas: diary about farm
near, 409
Ambrose, Stephen E.. book by, rev,
108-109
America: A. Finley publishes maps
of, 256 n.; exhibit on dueling in,
306
American Federation of Television
and Radio Artists. 189
American Genealogical Lending
Library (Bountiful, Utah). noted,
318-319
American Historical Review 313
American Institute of Graphic
Arts. 302
American Ornithology: 10
American Philosophical Society: 6
n., 7; as model for Philosophical
Society of Texas, 373
American Quarterly Review: 270
American Revolution veterans of,
249, 274 n ; compared with Texas
Revolution, 281
America's Country Schools- 318
Amherst, Texas newspaper, micro-
filmed, 410
Amon Carter Museum of Western
Art. R C Tyler of, 92; publishes
L Gilpin biography, 197; C. M.
Russell exhibit at, 307; R H.
Kern exhibit at, 421
amphiuma, three-toed: 16, 39, 40
n., 41
Amphuma tridactylum. 40 n., 41
Amphiumidae. 40 n.
Anderson, Adrian N.. book rev by,
326-329
Anderson, Ben M. 97, 183
Anderson, H. Allen: 83
Anderson, Richard S.. 183
Anderson, Stephen C.. book by,
noted, 418-419
Anderson, Thomas D 183-184
Anderson, Wilhliam: 59
Andrade, Juan Jos: 239-240
"Angel on the Porch, An": 292
Anglo-Mexican-Amercan relations-
in El Paso, 202
animals, slaughtered. 1860 value
of, in Hunt County, 393
annexation of Texas: first published
work to advocate, 273 n.-274 n
antebellum period: Handbook of
Texas advisory editor for, 88
antelopes, species of, 33 n.; prong-
horn, 42
anthropology: Handbook of Texas
advisory editors for, 86, 87, 88
Antilocapra: 31, 42
Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver. re-
released, 421
Apache Indians. in San Antonio
area, 168, 169, 172, 173, 174, 175,

176-177,179
Appalachians: 11
Aransas Bay fish and turtle indus-
try in, 48, 49, 50, 55, 56, 59, 61,
62, 65
Aransas County: fish and turtle in-
dustry m, 53, 62, 63, 66
Aransas River. W. Bollaert hunts
on, 56
Arbustum Americanum. 13
archaeology: Handbook of Texas
conference on, 86; articles about,
noted, 319, bibliography, noted,
320; TV series on Texas, 412
Archer, Branch T.. as commissioner
to U.S., 279 n., proposes Texas
Railroad Navigation and Bank-
mg Company, 373
architecture- articles about, noted,
208, 320; E. M. Schiwetz paints
Texas, 300
- , Creole plantation in
Gillard-Duncan House, 411
archives. inventory of state, 207
Archives of American Agriculture.
Iowa State University estab-
lishes, 414
Arizona State University, Tempe.
B. Luckimgham at, 202
Arkansas: independent Texas will
protect frontier of, 280; book
about cacti in, noted, 421
Arkansas River. T. Jefferson wants
explored, 3 n.; explorers of Red
River plan to descend, 4; Dunbar
prefers, for exploration, 14; ex-
ploration of, canceled, 40 n.
Armadillo World Headquarters.
298-299
army, Confederate. kidnapping of
Texas uniomsts by, article about,
145-166
army, U.S.: at Corpus Christi
(1845), 56; Texas Department of
(1860-1861), 130-133; S. Hous-
ton declines assistance of, 134,
size of (1861), 144, Texas units in,
during Civil War, 146, 147, 149,
157; arrests G. W. Chilton, 159.
See also buffalo soldiers; military
Twenty-sixth Regiment,
Corps d'Afrique: 158
Arnis, Henrietta. 72, 74
art: Handbook of Texas advisory
editor for, 88; books about, noted,
417, 420, 421
Art and Life of W. Herbert Dunton,
1878-1936, The 420
Arthur, George: 305
artists: P. Brown, 417; W. H. Dun-
ton, 420; R. H. Kern, 421, E. M.
Schiwetz, 299-300, D. Windberg,
417
arts, the. Handbook of Texas confer-
ence on, 87; effect of, on Texas
economy, 412; sources for study of
performing, noted, 421-422
Art Students League (New York).
300
Arundmnaria gigantea: 26
Ashley, Raymond- 182
Ashworth, Kenneth H.: 193

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