The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 90, July 1986 - April, 1987 Page: 449

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Abbey, Edward: 195
Abbott, E. C.: 195
abega, La (New Orleans): Mexican
newspapers excerpt, 277, 282,
285
Abernethy, Francis Edward:
book ed. by, rev., 415 -416
Abilene, Texas: T. L. Blanton of,
379
Abilene Christian College: R. C.
Tyler at, 82
abolition: in Pennsylvania, 114;
southerners accept, 128
abolitionists: blamed for inciting
Texas slaves, 116, 118; fears
of, in Texas, 120
Abrams, Inc., Harry N.: 402
Acapulco, Mexico: LBJ in, 160;
Lynda Bird Johnson visits,
184; V. Guerrero in, 270, 279
Across the Wide Missouri: 195
Adams, Andy: book by, 195
Adams, Celeste: 402
Adams, John Quincy: and the
Adams-Onis Treaty, 240
Adams, Katherine J.: article by,
57-77; surveys book cata-
logues, 408-410; book rev.
by, 435 - 436
Adams, Ramon: books by, recog-
nized, 194
Adams-Onis Treaty: establishes
boundary between U.S. and
Mexico, 219; Mexico delays
ratification of, 227 - 228;
boundaries of Texas from,
map of, 229; Mexico desires
confirmation of, 240, 245, 246;
Poinsett-Alaman conference
on, 248 - 249; provision for
joint boundary commission in,
250; signing of, 283
Ad Hall, Texas: C. W. Macune
in, 154, 155 n.
Adobe Walls. The History and Archeology
of the 1874 Trading Post: rev.,
315-316
Adolf, Duke: and Solms-Braunfels
archives, 398
advertising: in the Republic of
Texas, illustrations of, 57 - 77
"Affairs of the Association":
financial statement, 437 - 447
AFL-CIO Labor Award: 305
Africa: slave recalls being taken
from, 38; American slaves
compared to "savages" of, 118
Afro-American studies: at UT,
Austin, 88
agricultural colleges: 19th-century,
364
agricultural fairs: Angora goats at,
371 -372
agriculture: diffusion of innovations
in, 348; revolution in, in
England, 348, 350
Aguila mexicana (Mexico City): views
on Texas in, 239 n., 246 n.,
247, 248, 249, 252, 254
Ahumada, Mateo: and Fredonian
Rebellion, 255

Alabama: slave in, aids Confederacy,
121; W. W. Haupt born in, 243; W.
Bankhead of, 373, 374, 379; J.
McDuffie of, 374
Alaman, Lucas: lithograph from
book by, 221; and colonization
of Texas, 223, 236, 272, 274,
280, 283; lithograph of, 237;
and Adams-Onis Treaty, 240,
245, 248, 283; on distribution
of state lands, 243; San Luis
Potosi objects to, 278
Alamo, battle of: and Brazos
tories, 25; grief in Gonzales
over, 50; in book, 197; book
about, 407
Alamo Images: Changing Perceptions
of a Texas Experience- rev., 317 - 318
Alaska: Michener book on, 403
Albany, New York: W. Macune
from, 143
Albermarle Baptist Association
(Virginia): 118
Albert, Carl: 392 n.
Alberts, Don: book ed. by, rev.,
106- 107
Albright, Robert C.: 389
Aldine, Texas: students in, create
history project, 193
Aldine Independent School
District: 194
Aldine Nimitz High School
(Houston): students from, win
awards, 304, 305
Aldine Teague Middle School
(Humble): students from, win
award, 304
Aldredge Book Store (Dallas): 409
Aldridge, William B.: 69
Alem'an, Miguel: 164- 165
Alexander, Drury Blakely: book
by, rev., 435 - 436
Allen, Robert S.: 384 n.
Alliance for Progress: T. C. Mann
coordinates, 162; LBJ on, 169,
171; Mexico meets goals of,
171 n.; presidents' proclamation
gives impetus to, 177
Almarhz, Fblix D., Jr.: as TSHA
Fellow, 190
Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno:
occupies cabin ofJ. Routh, 25;
provides tories with skiff, 26;
reports on Texas, 289; visit of,
to Texas, ment., 291;
photograph of, 301
Alpuche e Infante, Joss Maria:
arrest of, 275 n.; opposes A.
Bustamante government, 278,
279
Alter, Judy: 402
Altermann Gallery (Dallas): 409
Alvarez, Rodolfo: book ed. by,
rev., 205 - 206
American Association for State
and Local History Press: 198
American-Australian Foundation
for the Arts (Houston): 402
American Celebration, 1776 -1976,
An (catalogue): 409
American Farm Bureau Federa-
tion: R. C. McMath, Jr., on,
140

American Heritage: W. Gard writes
for, 395
American Mercury: W. Gard writes
for, 395
American Merinos: 369
American Mohair Growers
Association: established, 260
American Paintings from the Amon
Carter Museum Collectron: 402
American Revolution: similarities
between Texas Revolution and,
1 - 2; Texas tories and, 10;
Anglo-Texans adopt techniques
of, 12 - 13; Kentucky women
support, 47; ms. on, wins
award, 305
American Scene, An (Austin): 401
American West Transformed: The Im-
pact of the Second World War, The:
rev., 99 - 100
Amistad Dam: LBJ and G. Diaz
Ordaz visit, 173, 174, 176
Amon Carter Museum of
Western Art: R. C. Tyler at,
82, 84; photography collections
at, 196; E. E. Smith photo-
graphs at, 399, P. L. Stewart
at, 400 - 401; lends to western
art exhibit, 402; celebrates
twenty-fifth anniversary,
402 - 403
Anahuac, Texas: toryism in
vicinity of, 2, 7, 11, 32; attack
at, 3 - 4, 6, 17, 22; Mexican
troops at, 7, 14, 16; San Felipe
committee includes attackers
of, 14; Cbs orders arrest of
attackers of, 18
Anaya, Cirilo Gbmez: on Texas
statehood, 242
Anderson, Adrian N.: book revs.
by, 213 - 214, 314 - 315
Anderson, Charles Arthur: 385
Anderson, Gary Clayton: book
by, rev., 418-419
Anderson, H. Allen: book by,
rev., 430 - 431
Anderson, K. L.: 64
Anderson, Robert B.: 163
Anderson County: fears of slave
revolt in, 118
Andrews, F. A.: 42
Anglo-Americans: as Mexican
citizens, 2; J. de Urrea claims
to be greeted by, at Brazoria,
25; Mexico fears as Texas
colonists, 226, 227, 231, 252,
265, 266, 268 - 269, 273 - 274,
287; Texas colonization con-
tracts of, 226, 231, 269, 273; il-
legal infiltration of, into Texas,
262; restrictions on immigra-
tion of, questioned, 282 - 283;
and the introduction of
livestock in Texas, 347
Angora goats: commercial
development of, article about,
347 - 372; picture of, 359; im-
portations of, 350, 351, 352,
360, 364 n.; breeding of, 352,
355, 365, 367, 369; on Pacific
coast, 352, 354; in western
United States, 354; diffusion

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