The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 98, July 1994 - April, 1995 Page: 655

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A
Abbott, Berenice: photographs by,
noted, 611
ABC-Paramount and theater Inte-
gi ation, 557, 559-560
Abernethy, Francis Edward. book
ed by, noted, 136, 343, book
rev by, 358-359; book by, rev,
359-360
Abner Cook Master Budder on the
Texas Frontser wins award, 482
Across Abonginal Amenca TheJourney
of Three Englishmen Across Texas in
i568'J Cisneros illustrates, 116
Adams, Ansel photographs by,
noted, 611
Adamson, Robert' photograph by,
noted, 611
Adams-Ofils Treaty. and
Texas/Louisiana border, 70
Adventures with a Texas Naturahst'
rep mted, 496-497
advertising early Austin billboard,
article about, 569-583, zoning
and the regulation of, 577
"Affairs of the Association"
169-174,635-653
Africa. essay competition on,
announced, 332-333, influence
on American ranching, 622
African American Museum
(Dallas) annual conference of,
327
African Americans' Seminole band
of, wagon train encounters, 196,
LBJ and, 318; history conference
on, 327, with Seminole Indians,
in E. Langberg's command, 404,
409; newsletter focuses on,
481-482, photographs of Dallas,
book noted, 482; S Joplin and
music of, book rev., 506-507,
WWI exodus from the South,
534, as tenant farmers in Delta
County, 540-541, as farm labor
in Camp County, 548, in Kansas,
photographs noted, 612, women,
Reconstruction imprisonment of,
619 See also Black History
Month, Buffalo Soldiers, Civil
Rights
Agieda, Sister Maria de article on,
noted, 343
Agricultural Extension Service
essay on, noted, 62o
agriculture 19th-century Texas,
book rev., 504-506 See also farm-
Ing
Alaminos, Ant6n F de Garay and,
371
Alamo, the os ganizations regard-
Ing, meetings of, 477, papei on,
noted, 477
, battle of. ortgin of
"Remember the .," 86, A.
Williams work on, noted, 104, de
la Pefia diary of, paper noted,
104, last to leave before, 189,
death of D. Ci ockett at, article
about, 261-296, death of pison-
eis, 287-293, Influence on LBJ,
307, women and children at,
book rev, 353-354, films about,
book rev, 354-355;J Bowie of,

book rev, 500-501
Alamo, The poi ti ayal of D. Ci ockett
In, ment, 263
Alamo Area Council of
Governments R. Thonhoff and,
111
Alamo Battlefield Association:
meeting of, 476-477
Alamo Descendents Association.
meeting of, 476-477
Alamo Images. introduction to,
ment., 282
Alamo Movies rev., 354-355
Alaska. gold rush in, photographs
noted, 612
Albert, Carl K. Kahle and, 495
Albuquerque, New Mexico' WHA
meets in, 105
Allen, Claude. and UT-Austin Civil
Rights movement, 555, 558
Almariz, F6lix D ,Jr.. and TSHA,
1o6, 169, 635, speech by, noted,
476, paper by, noted, 477, 623
Almonte,Juan Nepomuceno" and
de la Peiia diary, 297-293, E.
Langberg and, 421
Altgeld,John P" and World's
Columbian Exposition, 18
Alva ado, Luis G: 257
Amarillo, Texas. post office mural
at, ment., 128
Amarillo Amy Air Field H.
Bugbee muals at, ment., 129
Americana, Western. p ice cata-
logue for, noted, 136
American Association for State and
Local History preservation
aware ds of, 494
Ame ican Association of University
Women TSHA book grant fiom,
640
American Folklore Society.J F.
Doble and, ment, 136
American General (insurance com-
pany). G. Wortham of, book rev,
508-509
American Institute of Architects
and Bishop's Palace, 130
American Revolution: role of Spain
in, 511-517
American West in the Twentieth
Century A Bbhliography, The
noted, 497
Amon Carter Field (Fort Worth)
Central Airlines operations at,
noted, 494
Amon Carter Museum (Fort
Worth) Fort Worth photographs
at, 127-128; Remington/Russell
exhibition at, 127, photograph
collections at, described,
611-612
Anders, Evan at icle by, 297-320
Anderson, Adrian and M.
McClean, 115
Anderson, Clayton and Co
(Houston). cotton marketing of,
538
Anderson,John R "Rich" article
about, noted, 120
Anderson, Nancy. book by, rev,
145-146
Anderson, Penny and Handbook,
481
Anderson County wells and springs

n, 451
Andrews, Ambrose' S Houston por-
trait by, ment, 485
Andrews, H B.: and World's
Columbian Exposition, 8, to
Angelina (Indian). article on,
noted, 343
Angelina County- wells and springs
in, 451
Ann Arbor, Michigan Civil Rights
demonstrations In, 557
Anzaldfia, Gloria' on Mexican iden-
tity, 258
Apache Indians and Vial-Chaves
expedition, 42-43, 45, 50,
Spanish relations with, ment, 59;
on Medicine Mounds Ranch,
120, Coons wagon train expedi-
tion encounters, 188; raiding of
Mexican frontier by, ment, 215;
threaten wagon train, 219;J.
Sprague and, ment., 221;
Mexican/Comanche alliance
against, 411
Aansas County courthouse of, 3
archaeology Medicine Mounds
Ranch, studied, 120-122, journal
for Northeast Texas, noted, 333;
awareness week program for,
announced, 490
-, marine: Caney Creek
steamboat wreck, 125-126
architecture'J. R. Gordon and
World's Columbian Exposition,
1-24; Wolld's Columbian
Exposition and Beaux-Arts
Classicism, 4-7, 9, 12, 19-20, 21;
landscape, and World's
Columblan Exposition, 17; his-
toric Galveston, 129-130, of iail-
road depots, 137; book about
Texas, rev, 151-152; book about
West Texas, rev, 152-153, deco-
ration of Texas public, book rev,
153-155; Texas courthouse, cal-
endar features, 337
Architecture m Texas, 1895-1945
rev, 151-152
Ard, Sophia Vickrey on Salado's
mineral well, 450-451
Arista, Mariano E Langberg and,
398
Arizona Territorial Capitol
(Phoenix): architecttu al style of,
21
Arkansas. French creoles from, and
Texas Indian trade, 59; impact of
Civil War and Reconstruction on,
book rev., 141-142, WWI oil
industry in, ment, 536
Arkansas Eugenics Association
619-62o
At kansas Historical Association
video by, noted, 342-343
Arkansas Leaders m History (video)
noted, 342-343
At kansas Post (Ai kansas River)'
map shows, 26, Vial-Chaves expe-
dition on, 38
Arkansas River. Indian village on,
map shows, 26; Osages on, 64
A lington, Texas. baseball museum
in, 612-613
Amant, Jos6 Maria de. and Vial-
Chaves expedition, 32, and

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