The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 92, July 1988 - April, 1989 Page: 653

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A&NR Railroad. purchases old
caboose, 188
Abbey, Edward J F Dobie on, 8
Abernethy, Francis E. on J F
Dobie, 1o, works with research
grant, 178
Abilene, Texas J F Doble in,
139-14o; honors R N Rich-
ardson, 483, press in, noted, 486
Abilene Christian University and
Handbook, 221, 478
Abrams, Inc, Harry N books
published by, noted, 484, 485
Acuira, Rodolfo F on WWI, 560
Adai Indians on Sabine River, 428
Adair, A Garland at Jr Historian
meeting, 32
Adams, Andy J F Doble and,
4-5, 133, archive concentrates
on, 180
Adams, John on art, 291, 307
Adams, John Quincy sense of val-
ues of, ment , 12o
Adelsverein (Society for the Pro-
tection of German Immigrants
In Texas) and The Forty,
145-146; Goethe novel and,
147 n
Adklns, Margie. design by, noted,
Adventures with a Texas Naturalist
W. P Webb and, 34
Adventunng with the Old-Tamers
Trails Travelled-Tales Told
noted, 186
"Affairs of the Association"
Als Indians on Sabine River, 428
Alamo, the article about, wins
award, 171, current research on,
, battle of accounts of,
ment, 172, 186, Capitol monu-
ment to, 242, 312, 314, 315, 316,
322, Capitol monument to,
photograph of, 313, D Crockett
at, 293, paintings of, discussed,
301, 302, 303-304, 3o6-3o8,
310o, 312, 314; paintings of, re-
produced, 303, 305, 307, 309
Alamo Mission Bell, The noted, 186
Alba, Texas coal mines at, 534
Albany, Texas courthouse in, q37
Albro, Ward S and SCOLAS,
362, 475
Alice, Texas Mexican Americans
of, and WWI, 58o, 583
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
courthouse of, 280
Allen, Martha Mitten books ed
by, rev, 502-503
Allen, Ruth A on organized la-
bor, 509
Allen, Winne. as UT archivist,
ment, 35
All the King's Men' G Vidal on, 6
Almarai, Fdhx D, Jr. book rev
by, 196-197
Almonte, Juan N in painting, dis-
cussed, 297-298
Alsmeyer, Henry L , Jr on J F
Dobie, 13

America historical writing in,
119-121, bird books relating to,
468, archival materials of West-
ern, 617 See also United States
American Airlines 486
American Anthropological Asso-
ciation V Moreland with, 479
American Association of Port Au-
thorities award given by, 176
American Enterprise Forum 225
American Ethnologrst. 479
American Expeditionary Force
(AEF) Mexican Americans and,
568-570, 578
American FieldJournal ment of
J C Duval in, 116
American Folklore Society Newsletter
American Furniture Gazette. 341
American Historical Association
W P Webb and, 42-43, 50, 56,
80, 87, go, 92, prize awarded by,
American Hrstorical Review articles
in, noted, 87, 364
American Institute of Architects
J N Preston and, 258 n.; N
Le Brun and, 266, and U S ar-
chitectural training, 273, and de-
sign competitions, 275
American Legion Mexican Ameri-
cans and, 593
American Linoleum Manufactui-
Ing Company 333
American Log Buildzngs An Old
World Heritage rev, 197-201
American Lumberman photographs
from, noted, 187
American Notes C Russell drawing
In, 131
American Original The Life of
J Frank Dobe, An' 134
American Ornithology 468
American Revolution Mexican
War and, 48, the Enlightenment
and, 29g, influence of, on art,
291, dissertation on, ment, 476
American Shelf and Drawer Com-
pany (Chicago) 327
American State Papers J Sibley
documents in, 430
Amin, Julius 477
Amon Carter Museum of Western
Art S Hardinge watercolor ex-
hibit at, 370, photography cura-
tor at, 480, P IIorgan
watercolors at, 484
Amos Wright (schooner) 440
Ampudia, Pedro de and Mier Ex-
pedition, 545, 546, 547, 555
Anahuac, Texas founding of, 438,
skirmish at, 439; first cemetery
of, 439-440
Anahuac Precinct article about,
437-447, census of, repro-
duced, 442-447
Ancient Texans Rock Art and Life-
ways along the Lower Pecos 1ev ,
Anders, Evan book rev by,
Anderson, Adrian N and R N
Richardson, 482
Anderson, H Allen and Hand-

book, 477, book with notes by,
rev., 496-497
Andrewartha, John and Capitol
design competition, z6o, 263-
264, 269, sues E E Myers, 276
Andrews and Company, A H
(Chicago) and furnishing of
Texas Capitol, 328, 332, 333,
334, 337, 338, 339, 340, 342,
345, 355
Angelha (schooner) arrives at Ana-
huac, 439
Angelihna River aboriginal groups
on, 417-418, 427-429
Antiquities Committee and Capi-
tol preservation, 243 n
Apache Gold and Yaqul Silver.
A Lowman and, 99, C L Son-
nlchsen on, 107
Appomattox, Virginia Hood's
Texas Brigade at, 622
Arapahoe County, Colorado
courthouse of, 258 n , 275, 278
archaeology See Gilbert site,
Tunica Indian Trudeau site,
Woldert site
Archer City, Texas ment, 15
architecture of Texas Capitol,
article about, 227-246, Igth-
century training for, 271, 273,
survey of Fort Worth, published,
369, book about, noted, 623
, French Renaissance 236
, Italian Renaissance 236
-, public 19th-century, 227,
design competitions for, 228 n,
247, 261, 264, 270, 273, 274,
275-276, 277, 282, 283
Archives War J Lee and, 257
Argentina nationalism in, ment,
Arista, Mariano and B H
Johnson murder, 554 n, 555
Arr7ona Hispanics In, and WWI,
564, 578
Arkansas 1870 taxes In, 407, orga-
nization of miners in, 534
Arkansas River Valley Indians of,
418, 429
Arlington State College See Uni-
versity of Texas at Arlington
Armijo, Maicos B 578, 583
Armory, the (Austin)- Texas Sen-
ate meets in, 231 n
Armstrong, George Washington
papers of, 488
Army in Texas during Reconstruction,
1865-187o, The rev, 377-379
Army of Northern Virginia book
about, noted, 622
Arnim, Bettlna Brentano von.
colony named after, 147
Arreola, Jesus and development
of history museum, 364
Arrowood, Charles F C L Son-
nlchsen and, 105
art R Joy's, 186-187, at Texas
Capitol, article about, 289-322,
and democracy, 29go, neoclassic
style In, 290-291, exhibit of
early Texas, 369-370, ornim-
thological, review of book of,
463-472, handbook and, 476,
P Horgan's, noted, 484-485,

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