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Abernathy, Ralph 421
Abernethy, Francis Edward book
ed by, rev, 338-339
Abilene Reporter and W Texas
drought relief, 512, 515, 521
Abilene Reporter-News A C Greene
and, x o
Acts of Fasth The Catholic Church in
Texas, 1900oo-95o rev, 648-649
Adair, John and Mexican indepen-
dence, 2o8-iog
Adams, Belle. 104
Adams, David B book rev by,
Adams, Eulice 104
Adams, John A, Jr book by, rev,
Adobe Walls trading post at, 175
, Battle of archeological in-
vestigation, 170, 171 (map),
Advent wins book award, 628
Adventures and Recollections of General
Walter P Lane, a San Jacinto Veter-
an , The rev, 631-632
AFL-CIO merger, 545, and Civil
Rights Movement, 546-547
Afncan Amencans in Jasper, Texas,
J Lanier and, 103-104, Texas
elected officials, web exhibit,
121-122, at battle of Cabin
Creek, 128, and Reconstruction
in Alabama, book rev, 157-158,
and 1876 Constitution, suffrage
restrictions, 235, in Spanish-
Amencan War, 258, 272, in
American West, bibliography
rev., 327-328, the Elaine race n-
ot, book rev., 334-335, in Texas
prison population, 403, and
Texas pnson reform, 413, 414,
and Mexican American roots,
book rev, 469-470, as soldiers
along the Rio Grande, book rev,
472-473, and theater craft
unionism, article, 533-548, oil-
workers, unionization of, 536,
and communists, 541, honored
in Civil Wai, 591, as US troops,
book rev , 644-645, dunng WWI,
book rev, 649-650 See also Civil
Rights Movement, segregation
Agnor, Margaret 291, 448
Ahmad, Diana L book rev by,
Aitchison, Bob cartoon by, 416
Alamo, the D Crockett and, 122,
D Crockett's vest on exhibit at,
301, receives Maverick family pa-
pers, 301-302, as an image, book
rev, 632-633 See also Mission
San Antonio de Valero
Alamo Acequia Madre 373, 6o20
Alamo Messenger, The online,
Alaniz, Mane photograph, 30
Albany, Texas Rev J Brown and
drought relief in, 507-53o, Rev
J Brown moves to, 510, Clara
Barton visits, 523, 524, 527
Albany News and W Texas drought
relief, 517
Albany Star and growth of Albany,
511, E Rye and, 517

Aldama, Ignacio and Mexican inde-
pendence, ioo
Alexander, Holmes 26
Alexander, Thomas E book by,
rev, 336
Alger, Bruce. to
Alger, Russell. 256
Allardyce, J C 91
Allen, Charles and Marshall sit-ins,
13-14, 424, 425, 427, 430, 433,
Allen, Raye Virginia and Temple
Cultural Activities Center, 301
Allen, Winne and Repubhc of
Texas seal, 285
Allende, Ignacio and Mexican in-
dependence, 199-200, 213
Allison, Fred book rev by, 336
Almariz, Fhlix D, Jr and Tejano
history, 350, book ed by, rev,
Almuelle, Alejandra 619
Alonzo, Armando C and Tejano
history, 355-356
Amarillo Daily News B Mead and,
Amberson, Mary Margaret McAllen
book by, noted, 445
Ambush at Bloody Run The Wham Pay-
master Robbery of 1889' rev,
American Citizens' Social Club (AC-
SC) formed, 32, goals and signif-
icance of, 38-39, legacy of educa-
tion, 41-42, collapse of, 42-43,
gendered nature of, 42
American Collection Works from the
Amon Carter Museum, An rev,
American Colonier rev, 493
American Federation of Labor
(AFL) black membership in,
534, 545, merges with CIO, 545
Amencan G I Forum formation of,
32, 43, emphasis on education,
43-44, and civil nghts, 44-45, bi-
cultural identity of, 45
American Studies Association and
Hispanic Literary Hentage Con-
ference, 117
Amerecan West The Invention of a
Myth, The rev, 332-333
Amon Carter Museum of Western
Art R Tyler and, 111, exhibits
at, noted, 119-120, P Johnson
and design of, 12o, photograph
and paper conservation lab, 299,
reopening for remodeled, 299,
symposium at, 454, E Porter ex-
hibit at, 455-456, L Gilpin ex-
hibit at, 456, collections in, book
rev, 50o2-503, photography col-
lections, Web sites, 621-622
Anderson, Dorothy 425
Anderson, Frank G, Jr book by,
rev, 140-141
Anderson, Patricia 431
Angelo State University sponsors
ceramic exhibit and symposium,
Ange Debo Pioneerng Histonan rev,
Angles and Mexmcans in the Making of
Texas 358
Anthony, Susan B Clara Barton

and, 525
Antiphon the Athenium Oratory, Law,
and Justice in the Age of Sophists
wins award, 628
Apache Darnes A Father-Son Journey,
The rev, 314-315
Apache Indians Grenville Goodwin
and, book rev, 314-315, oral his-
tones, book rev, 315-317, book
about, rev, 485-486, spintual
universe of, book rev, 641
Apache Voices Their Stones of Survival
as Told to Eve Ball rev, 315-317
Apostles of Dsunion Secession Commis-
sioners and the Causes of the Civil
War rev, 482-483
Aradia Publishing book by, noted,
Aransas Pass lighthouse at, 127
Arapaho Indians' and Battle of Red
River, 169-192, moved to reser-
vation, 172
archaeology Battle of Red River in-
vestigation, article, 169-192, Ar-
chaeology Awareness Month,
293, Institute of Texan Cultures
lab, 293, workshop noted, 448
See also Texas Archeological Soci-
architecture L Gilpin's pho-
tographs, exhibit, 12o, P John-
son and the Amon Carter, 120,
N J Clayton and Galveston's,
Archuleta, Elizabeth book rev by,
Arenas, Renaldo 130
Arizona Territory Wham paymaster
robbery in, book rev, 326-327
Arizpe, Miguel Ramos liberal re-
forms of, 219
Arkansas state constitution of, 244
Arlinton, Texas W J Bardmn family
of, papers of, 125-126
Arlington Downs Racetrack W J
Bardin and, 126
Army Regulars on the Western Frontier,
x848-1861 rev, 330-331
Arnold,J Barto 122
Arocha, Francisco 216, 223
Arocha, Tomis 216
Arp, Bill on Oscar Wilde, 557-558
Arredondo, Joaquin and Mexican
independence, 200, 220-221,
Arreola, Daniel D book by, rev,
art of Great Basin, Amon Carter ex-
hibit, 119-120, portrait draw-
ings, Amon Carter exhibit, 119,
Amencan prmintmaking, Amon
Carter exhibit, 120, photography
exhibit, 120, B Mead exhibit,
124-125, New Deal art project,
B Mead and, 124-125, Lungwitz
and Petri collections at
Wminedale, 295, T Flintoff's wa-
tercolor of Corpus Christi,
296-297, Cowboy Artists of
Amenca, 299, R Pummill exhibit
noted, 3oo, biographical dictio-
nary of Texas artists, rev,
345-346, early Texas, center for
(CASETA) organized, 454, Bern-
hardt Wall collection, Texas

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