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Abernethy, Francis E 497, book
edited by, noted, 305
Accordion Kings (music group)
Ackerknecht, Erwin H on Indian
captives, 524-525, 533
Ackerman, James speech noted,
Across the Waire 1o5
Adams,Jed 181-182
Adams, Weyman 425
Adorno, Rolena book by, rev.,
Adventures of Don Chipote, or, When
the Parrots Breast-Feed, The 287
African Amencans and 1932 De-
mocratic nomination for presi-
dent, 181, black Texas churches,
book rev., 330, Buffalo Sol-diers,
book noted, 300, in the Civil
War, book noted, 300oo, fight with
Union army, 341-342, 345,
360-361, Food Administration
and, 271, 272, and Fort Concho
Buffalo Soldiers, 586, Hogg
Foundation and, 440, 441, as
prisoners in Civil War, 366, 377,
379, and Texas Agricultural Ex-
tension Service, dissertation not-
ed, 598-599
Agent of Destiny The Life and Times of
General Winfield Scott rev,
Agricultural History Society disser-
tation award of, 598-599
agriculture African Americans and
Texas, dissertation noted,
Alamhn, Lucas and Robertson
Colony, 252n
Alamo Almanac and Book of Lasts
rev, 472-473
Alamo, battle of J de la Pefia and,
93, 99
Alamo Battlefield Association sym-
posium, 455
Alamo Legacy Alamo Descendants Re-
member the Alamo rev, 472-473
Alamo Messenei, The inaugural issue
announced, 457-458
Alamo Sourcebook 1836 rev ,
Alamo, the articles on, noted, 599,
books about, rev, 472-473, chil-
dren's book about, rev,
489-490, D Crockett and,
speech noted, 458, mission
church of, daguerreotype exhib-
ited, loo
Alaska survey of boundary, ment,
Alberts, Don E book by, rev ,
Albuquerque Museum U S bound-
ary artworks, exhibit, 602
Alemdn, Miguel. and foot-and-
mouth disease, 390, 392, 394,
402, 404, 410
Alexander, Bill and J. Ruby trial,
Alexander, Thomas, 103
Alford, Josiah Perry photograph

of, 22
Allen, N S 28
Almariz, Fl6hx D, Jr. book by, not-
ed, 296, book by, rev, 469-470,
book introduction by, noted,
298;J Thompson and, 588; and
Mexico conference, 582, and
TSHA, 582
Alpine, Texas railroads and, 299
Alvar Niriez Cabeza de Vaca His Ac-
count, His Life, and the Expedition
of Pdnftlo de Narvdez rev,
Amarnllo, Texas Food Admmistra-
ton min, photograph, 276
Ambrose, Stephen 458
Amencan Academy of Arts and Sci-
ences W Goetzmann and, loi
American G I Forum In Pursuit of the
Dream, 1948-1983 noted, 297
American Philosophical Society W
Goetzmann and, lol
American Society of Civil Engi-
neers landmark designation of,
American West Out of Myth, Into Real-
sty, The rev, 6og-6io
American West The Reader, The rev,
American West as Lving Space, The
Amon Carter Museum (Fort
Worth) architecture lecture se-
ries, 461, artwork of U S bound-
ary survey, exhibit, 6o0-603, the
Carter Downtown, exhibits not-
ed, 104-105, 460, education
program of, 461, new facility of,
Anderson, Adrian on Papers Con-
cernng Robertson's Colony in Texas,
Anderson, "Bloody Bill" 1o8
Anderson, Rich 5o8
Andersonville The Last Depot 366
Andersonville Confederate prison
at, 370, 378, 383
Andrews, Frank and 1932 Democ-
ratic nomination for president,
155-158, 164, 171
Andry, Luis Antonio 563, 573-574
Angel of the Alamo A True Story of
Texas rev, 489-490
Angelihna County Texas Southeast-
ern Railroad of, 293-294
Annotated Guide to the Artwork of the
United States Boundary Commis-
sion, 185o-1853, Under the Direc-
tion of John Russell Bartlett, An
noted, 602-603
Antietam, battle of Harrison Coun-
ty men in, 25-26
Apache Indians capture A Korn,
519, 521, G Baylor writes about,
book noted, lo9, J Kirker and,
book rev., 314-315
Appomattox, battle of Harrison
County men m, 26
Arcadia Press book published by,
noted, 299
Archaeological Survey and History
of Government Canyon State
Natural Area' 465
archaeology' and battle of San Jac-

into, symposium, 584, Fort St
Louis, 463, southeastern Indian
cultures, book rev, 616-618
architecture lecture series noted,
461, in River Oaks, article,
Architecture ofO'Neil Ford Celebrating
Place noted, 461
Archivo Municipal de Monclova
Anzona Chincahua Mountains in,
book rev, 114-115, La Osa
Ranch in, 502, and U.S-Mexico
boundary, 1, 5-6, 17, 19, o20 See
also Third Arizona Cavalry
Arizona. Irish orphans in, book
rev, 322-323
Arkansas Post Harrison County
men at, 25, 27
Armstrong, Fount 499
Army Exploration in the American
West loi, 60s
Army in Texas During Reconstruction,
The as eBook, 6oi
Arnold, Mr and Mrs H K River
Oaks home of, 213-215
Arnold, Watson C book rev by,
Arreola Perez,Jess A 582
Arrmngton, Leonard award honors,
Arroyo de la Magdalena Mayeyes
and, 571
art folk crafts exhibit, 597, from
Confederacy, exhibits noted,
98-99, Sid Richardson Collec-
tion, exhibit noted, 104-105,
'Text magazine, 464-465, of U S
boundary survey, exhibit,
6oi-603, western American,
book rev, 605-6o8, 6og-610,
women, exhibits noted, 98 See
also Amon Carter Museum (Fort
Worth), photography
Art Museum of South Texas 584
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railway records of, opened, 296
Atlanta campaign Harrison County
men in, 26-27
Atlantic Monthly and 1932 Democ-
ratic nomination for president,
Atlas Geographsque et Physique de Roy-
aume de la Nouvelle-Espagne lo6
Attack on Sabine Pass, September 8,
1863, The (painting) 595-596
Austin, Brown 243
Austnm,John. 253
Austin,Judith 103
Austin, Moses A Martinez and,
Austin, Stephen F accused of
attempted murder, 250, 254,
arrest in Mexico City, ment,
234, 253, 259, on Mexican
politicians, 257-258, por-
trait, 23o, and Robertson's
Colony, article, 231-261, and
slavery, 244-245, and Span-
ish law, 554, 555, and Texas
Association, 246-247, and
Texas colonization laws,
240-243 See also Austin-
Robertson feud

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