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Abbe, Cleveland 446
Abbe, Sally 211
Abilene Christian University and
Handbook, 395
Accommodation The Polstcs of Race
in an American City, The rev,
Acosta, Teresa 394
Actes for the Relief of the Poore 171
Adams, John political dissent dur-
Ing administration of, ment, 17
Adobe Walls battle at, 502-506
Adventures of Samuel Swartwout in
the Ages of Jackson and Van Buren,
The. ment , 93
"Affairs of the Association"
After Many Springs (painting) 81
Agnew, Brad book rev by,
266-267, book by, noted, 532
agriculture, Texas heritage pro-
gram for, 96-97
Agulnaldo, Baldomero' 518
Aguinaldo, EmIho 518
Aklns, Wesley 319
Alabama Reconstruction min, 297
Alamo, the collection includes
papers on, 233, SHQ issue
on, 399
Alamo, battle of A Sweet's ac-
count of, 1gg
Albright, G O and Cass County
poor farm, 183
Aldredge, Mrs SawnIe. 536
Alice, Texas astronomical marker
at, 438
Alkek, Albert B 398
Allen, Texas- solar echpse viewed
from, 443
Allred, James V: and old age assis-
tance, 182
almshouse, the 170, 171 See also
poor farms, Texas
Alonso de Zonta. Royal Judge and
Chrstian Humanist, 1512-2585"
rev, 119-12o
Alston, Lee 224
America. the family m, book
about, 457-458
American Airlines organization
of, ment, 78
American Antiquarian Bookmen's
Association J. H Jenkins III
and, 223
American Antiquarian Society
represented at documents con-
ference, 85
American Association for State
and Local History (AASLH):
award granted by, 143; SHQ
recognized by, 399
American Association of Variable
Star Observers. 434, 455. 456
Amencan Journal of Science 1859
aurora accounts in, 439
American Missionary Association:
and freedmen's schools, 314
American Protective League
T W Gregory and, 17
American Society for Psychical Re-
search' E M. House and, 39

American West Legendary Artists of
the Frontier, The rev, 75-82
American West as Lwving Space, The.
rev, 253-255
Ames, Adelbert" biography of, 386
Amon Carter Museum of Western
Art M Blagg with, 92, trans-
lates H Mollhausen'sjournal,
215, Mexican War exhibit at,
220-221, publication party at,
231, new curator at, 398-399,
noted, 520, 521
Anadarko Kiowa-Comanche Res-
ervation: agent at, 518
Anders, Evan article by, 1-24
Anderson, Adrian N textbook by,
rev, 191-196, book rev by,
269-270, and TSHA, 391
Anderson, Charles 312
Anderson, George on World War
I, 15
Anderson, H Allen and Hand-
book, 395
Anderson, Penny 395
Anderson, Texas Freedmen's Bu-
reau in, 307
Anderson County poor farm
In, 176, 179, 183, 186-188,
C A Parker min, 381
Andrews, Frank E M House
and, 43
Andrews,J P 319
Andrews, Michael A ' 212
An Empire for Slavery The Peculiar
Institution in Texas, 182 -
z865 390
Angelo State University journal
pubhshed at, noted, 226
Anglin, James P 217
Angles and Mexicans in the Making of
Texas, I836-1986. rev,
Anguizola, Gustavo. book rev. by,
Anschutz Collection. noted, 521
Antelope Hills and Red River
War, 506, 513
Antietam S A Willson at, 363
Antiquarian Booksellers Associa-
tion of America represented at
conference, 85, and theft of
Texas Imprints, lot
Antone, Evan Haywood book rev
by, lo9-11o
Apache Indians and U S -Mexican
border disputes, 157, 164
Apache Women Warrors. rev,
Arapahoe Indians photographs
of, ment, 384
architecture book on Fort Worth,
noted, lo-o102, religious, sym-
posium on, 211, archives of,
ment, 523
Ar6valo, John M and Summerlee
Commission, 22o
Arizona. and U.S -Mexican border
disputes, 154, 156, 163
Arizona and the West replaced, 530
Arzona Rangers, The rev, 265-266
Arkansas- 400
Arkansas Gazette 400
Armstrong, Anne 401

Armstrong, David G textbook by,
rev, 191-196
Army of Tennessee. symposium
on, 391-392
Arnold, Ripley' and "For t Graham
affair," 527
Aron, Lena 64
Aron, Leon' 64
art, native American museum col-
lection features, 521
-, western review article
about, 75-82, Pacific Railroad
Surveys and, 78, museums fea-
turing, 520-522
Artists in California 1786-1940
rev, 11o-111
Art of the Woman The Life and work
of Elsabet Ney, The rev,
arts, graphic conference on,
Ashciaft, Allan C on Reconstruc-
tion, 283
Ashcroft, Bruce book by, noted, 104
Ashmore, Harry S 400
Astronomical League, South West
Region of 456
astronomy history of, in Texas, ar-
ticle about, 432-456, study of,
in U S , 433, early pioneers of,
In Texas, 437-438; and survey
work, 437-438, instruments of,
438, 439, 445-446, 450, 452,
instruments of, photograph,
453; academic and professional,
in Texas, 438-440, amateur, in
Texas, 454-455, 456, Great De-
pression and, 456
Atascosa County Reconstruction
in, 371
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe
Railroad promoters of, and
American art, 76, at Socorro,
NM, 104
At Home an Texas Early Views of the
Land rev, 251-252
Atkins, Benjamin F 362
Atlanta Historical Society confer-
ence hosted by, 390-391
Atlantic Refining Company J S
Boyles surveys property of, 404
Aude Murphy, American Soldier. 528
Audle Murphy Gun Museum 527
Audubon, John James art of, ex-
hibited, 522
Audubon, John Woodhouse. art
of, exhibited, 522
Augur, Christopher C and U S.-
Mexican border disputes, 155,
156, 157, 163
auroras 1859, 439-440
Austin, Stephen F E M House
influenced by, 28, stained glass
window depicting, 219, sister of,
ment, 396
Austin, Texas E M. House in, 28,
33-34, 1876 photograph of, 83,
TSHA meeting in, 210-211,
390, and Reconstruction rail-
road politics, 285, Freedmen's
Bureau min, 307, 319, 321-322,
326, 328, meteorite at, 435,
Sixth U S Cavalry in, 533

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