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Abad y Quelpo, Manuel and Hidal-
go revolt, 446-447
Abella, Angel. and Hidalgo revolt,
458, 459
Abernethy, Francis Edward book
by, rev., 133
Abilene, Texas: and settlement of
Texas, 143
Abner Cook Master Budder on the
Texas Frontier TSHA sale of, 251
abolitionists and Texas annexa-
tion, 477
Adair, Zadock: H Field and, 362
Adalia, Texas essay about, noted,
Adams, Kathes ineJ.. as CAH associ-
ate director, 253
Admiral Nimitz Museum (Freder-
icksburg): WWII anniversary at,
Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade,
1844-x847. reissued, 269
Adventures of a Frontier Naturalist.
rev., 123-124
Africa.J von Racknitz colonization
proposal for, 53
Afi can Americans frontier law
and, 92-93; UT archival collec-
tions concerning, 266-267, In E
Texas, UT acqunes documents,
267, cowboy, book about, 415,
as soldiers, treatment of in
Texas, 418-419; in Texas Indian
Wars, 510, 511; Black History
Month exhibit, 566-567
Age of the Gunfighter rev , 428-429
agriculture. and sural population
growth, 153; Texas, bibliogra-
phy, 229-234, early C Texas, H
Field diary notes, 353-354. 356,
357, 360, 361, 363 See also farm-
Akenson, Donald on Irish emigsa-
ton, 346-347
Alabama W. Travis home in,
restoration of, 402-404
Alabama (ship) and Battle of Galve-
ston, 196
Alamo, the. H. Field diary notes,
356-357, book about, rev,
Alamo "Victory orDeath, " The rev,
Alamo de Parras Hidalgo rebels,
prisoners at, 457
Alamo Village- oigains of, 556-558
Albany, Texas vigilantes in fron-
tier, 91-92,J Larn affair in,
book rev, 287-288; Old Jail Art
Center in, 414
Albert, Carl papers of, 402
Aldama,Juan Ignaclo- and Hidalgo
revolt, 442, 445, 451, 453, 458,
Alden,James and Battle of Galve-
ston, 202
Aldreto, Carolina G de 302
Alexander, Charles C book by,
rev, 429-430
Alexander,Jerome- essay by, noted,
Alexander, Pleasant- H Field and,

Alexander, Rev and Mrs. C. W.. ex-
hibit includes pot traits of, 566
Alexander, Thomas: essay by, not-
ed, 427
Alexander Ranch (Hemphill Coun-
ty): 566
Alford,Julius. 365n.
Alford, Neadham. 365n
Alford, Thomas 365n.
Algeria.J. von Racknitz coloniza-
tion proposal for, 53
Allan, Rex" in National Cowboy
Hall of Fame, 411
Allen,J B * and Cowboy Poetry
Gathering, 4o08
Allen, Robet on Texas annexa-
tion, 479
Allen, William Y.' 38, 46
Allende, Ignacio- and Hidalgo re-
volt, 442, 445, 447-448,
Almariz, Flix D.,Jr and TSHA,
1o-1o3, 398-399, article by,
Almonte,Juan N andJ. von Rack-
nitz colonization plans, 75
Alpine, Texas Cowboy Poetry Gath-
e ing in, 408-409
Alter,Judy book rev by, 417
Alvarez, Mateo Sanchez- and Hidal-
go revolt, 460
Amarillo, Texas and settlement of
Texas, 144, 151
Ambrose, Stephen as WHA speak-
er, loo
America See United States
Amienca at War rev., 592-593
Amencan Quarter Horse Heritage
Center (Amarnllo) photograph
exhibit at, 112
Amenca's Horses (album) release
announced, 112
Amon Carter Museum of Westen
Art (Fort Wo th). acquires Rem-
ington bronze, 116-117, an-
nounces new director, 26o;
Colorado River exhibit of,
260-261; city-views photography
exhibit at, 409-410, Old West
photography exhibit at, 566
Anaya, Rudolfo A.. on curandensmo,
Anders, Evan book rev. by,
Andelson, Texas H. Field in, 362
Anderson County. civil sights in,
UT acqun es documents, 267
Angelina River- H. Field on, 363
anthropology, and North American
Indians, book rev, 272 See also
Apache Indians. and Indian Wais,
5o6, 507 See also Chiricahua
Apache Indians,Jicarilla Apache
Indians, Lipan Apache Indians,
Mescalero Apache Indians
Aranda, Pedro de. and Hidalgo re-
volt, 452-455
Aransas Bay. and Mexican War, 474
Arbuckles The Coffee That Won the
West rev., 125
archaeology. Big Bend rock art,
265, Awareness Month events,
architecture and historic house

museums, los; bibliography of
Texas profession of, 371-372, at
UT-Austin, book rev., 430-431
Ansta, Manano: andJ. von Rack-
nltz colonization plans, 74-75
Atkansas. S. Austin in, 2, Pea Ridge
campaign in, ment., 203; book
about, rev., 281-282
Arkansas Odyssey The Saga of
Arkansas from Prehistornc Tames to
the Present rev, 281-282
Armendiriz, Pedro. and Hidalgo
revolt, 458, 461-463
Anny and Navy Chronicle as forum
for professional army officers,
469-470, 471.495
Army and Navy Chronicle and Scientif-
ic Repository: as forum for profes-
sional army officers, 470
Army journaL onJ. Dorst, 54o
Army of the Potomac: H. W. Ben-
ham with, 413
Arrowhead (film). 557
art: Native American, exhibit, 259;
Colorado River depictions, ex-
hibit, 260-261; Big Bend rock
art, tours and events, 265, histo-
ry of American West, book rev.,
271, of Plains Indian women,
seminar, 399-400, gravestone,
4o6, Indian rock art, 407; quilt
show, 407, Albany's Old Jail Art
Center collection, 414, G. O'Ke-
effe Museum of, 560-561, F.
Remington's, P. Hassrick and,
561, book aboutJ Bywaters, rev,
576-577, book about Daddy-O
Wade, rev., 577-578
Ashton Villa (Galveston). decorat-
ed for Christmas, 262-263
Association for Gravestone Studies
annualjournal of, announced,
Astrodome (Houston). architect
for, UT acquires papers,
Athearn, Robert G . book by, not-
ed, 269,415
Atlantic-Richfield Oil Company
Higgmns Oil and Fueljoins, 114
Atwood, William W ' H Field and,
Au-Pia Goodle (Red Otter, Kiowa)
photograph of, 544
Austin, Maria.J. Hawkins and,
Austin, Moses:J Hawkins and, 1, 4,
5; death of, 6; colonization con-
tract of, ment, 332
Austin, Stephen F. andJ Hawkins,
article, 1-24, characte of, 2, 19,
debt of, 2, colonization contract
of, ment, 332 See alsoAustin's
Austin, Texas. TSHA meets in, 1oo,
248-250, 398-399, 546; rural
population density at, 153, H.
Field diary notes, 359; frontier
army stationed in, 504
Austin's Colony: first settlers to,
6-8, Web site features, 563-564
Austin Public Library: holdings in-
cluded in bibliography, 218
Australiha lush migrants in, 331

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