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abolition.J. Cazneau and, 292-294
Abrahams, Elizabeth Vieau. 248
Acklin, Christopher B "Kit" with Z.
Taylos, 144
Adair, Christina B. Moyers on,
Adams, David B.: book rev. by,
19-12o, 269-270
Adams,John A ,Jr : book by, noted,
Adams, Warren. slave-hunting
expedition of, 286
African Americans. Black Codes
and freedmen, 448; and
Brownsville raid, book rev,
545-546; free, in Civil War
Houston, 412-413, freedpeople,
emigration to Texas, 445; in
Houston, and biracial churches,
429-458, Houston schools and,
476-479, and Hughes Tool Co.,
article, 497-521; northern mis-
sionaries and freedmen,
447-448; post-Civil War wander-
mg of freedmen, 448; m Texas,
book rev, 391-392, WWII and
Houston, 476 See also buffalo
Afncan-American Political Thought,
8g9o-193o Washington, DuBois,
Garvey, and Randolph- rev.,
African Mission Houston in circuit
of, 436-437, 446, 448
After Secession Jefferson Davis and the
Failure of Confederate Nationalism.
agriculture. Texas coast, and Cane
Belt railroad, 305, 307-310, 314
Aguayo, Marques de and East
Texas missions, 350, 351, 354
Aircraft Strut Plant (Houston). 499
Alabama. choosing of capital site
m, 59, 65-68, 71-75
Alamo, the custodianship contro-
velsy, 252,J Sinchez view of,
151;journal of Society, noted,
256, programs announced,
-, battle of British immi-
grants at, 225, contemporary
accounts, book rev, 542-543,
depicted in Texas History Moimes,
Alarc6n, Mar tin de- and French
traders, 350-351
Albro, Ward S book by, rev.,
Aldrich, Winthrop. and Anglo-
Texan Society, 221
Alex Posey Creek Poet, Journalist, and
Humorist noted, 536
Alexander, Elizabeth V article by,
noted, 253
Alexander, William: and Semicolon
Case, 338
Alexandra of Kent, Princess 235
All Rse Reynaldo G Garza, The First
Mexican American Federal Judge
noted, 253
Allen, Augustus C.: and foundmg
of Houston, ment, 402, 404

Allen,John K. and founding of
Houston, ment., 402, 404
Allen, Raye Virginia: article by,
Allen, Richard. 457
Allender, Michael- book by, noted,
Allen's Book Store (Houston). 420,
Almonte,Juan N.. diary of, and
later mapmaking, 167-168, 170,
Alonzo, Armado: article by, noted,
Alter,Judy: book rev. by, 393-394
Alton, Alison: and Hughes Tool
Co., 507-510
Alvarado, Francisco- and sacking of
King Ranch, 91n.
Alvier, Rudolph. article by, noted,
Americana. catalogue of, noted,
American Association for State and
Local History. historic houses
pamphlet noted, 249
American Baptist Home Missionary
Society 451
American History Illustrated W. S
Nye and, 204
American Institute for
Conservation of Histolic and
Artistic Works: pubhcations of,
noted, 249
American Quarter Horse Heritage
Center and Museum (Amarillo).
cattle-drive exhibit at, noted,
532, equine demonstrations at,
Amon Carter Museum of Western
Art (Fort Worth). American art
exhibition at, o10-1 lo, art histo-
ry fellowship program
announced, 250-251; E. E
Smith exhibit at, 377-378, print
and sculpture collections
acquired by, 380
Andele, the Mexican-Kiowa Captivwe A
Story of Real Life Among the
Indians rev., 116--117
Anders, Evan- book rev. by,
Andelson, Texas. slave church m,
Anglo-Baltic Society 221
Anglo-Belgian Society: 221-222
Anglo-Iranlan Society 221-222
Anglo-Texan Society article about,
Anthony, Susan B and the "New
Woman," 24
anthropology Comanche field
studies, ment, 194-195;
Smithsonian archives of, 112
Apache Indians: W S Nye and,
Aransas Pass, Texas. Confederates
captured at, ment, 87
archaeology. A Bandeher and,
book rev., 129-130; annual con-
terence of, 366, Boy Scouts
merit badge, 250, Caddo, book
noted, 383; conferences noted,

Architectural Pdlgnmage in Old Mexico,
An' 218
architecture. A. Bossom and Texas,
217-218, conservation,
brochure noted, 249; historic
houses, pamphlet noted, 249;
Houston's, park noted, 378-379,
O. Ford drawings, at UT-Austin,
Archives War: and location of capi-
tal, 69-70
Arista, Mariano- map captured
from, and Mexican War,
143-173, 156-157 (map)
Arizona- Cabeza de Vaca's route in,
18o0; Indians of, book rev.,
Arkansas. cattle industry m, book
rev., 1 8-129, choosing of capi-
tal site in, 59, 61-63, 72-75;
Freedmen's bureau in, book
rev., 126-127
Armitage, Susan: book ed by,
noted, 253, 254; book ed by,
rev., 551-552
Armstrong, Anne Legendre and
Anglo-Texan Society, 237
Armstrong, Tobin- and Anglo-
Texan Society, 237
Arnold, Norman. 44
Arredondo,Joachin de: map by,
ment, 166-167, 172
art advertising, G. Conway and
Dallas, 25-28, American, exhib-
it, tog-11o, Amon Carter acqui-
sitions, 38o; analysts of G.
Conway, 54-57; book about F
Remington, rev., 261-262, con-
servation, books noted, 249;
Davidson fellowship for history
of, 250-251, dictionary of Texas
artists, noted, 383, exhibit of
Mexican, noted, 375; of G.
Conway, article about, 17-57, G
Conway and film, 42-54;
Hockshop Collection of historic,
noted, 252-253; I. Hogg and
public school, 488-489, Indian
rock art, book noted, 114,
Japonisme phenomenon, 56;
New Mexican heritage, book
rev, 387, photojournallsm
exhibit, 252; of Plains Indians,
seminar noted, 367;
Smithsonian archives Guide,
112-113; Taos Art Colony, cen-
tennial events noted, 377, Taos
Art Colony, exhibits feature
artists of, 530-532, Texas pot-
tery, exhibit noted, 375; Texas
printmakers, book rev,
397-398 See also photography
Art Deco 55, 57
At Moderne. 54
Art Museum of South Texas
(Corpus Christi): book pub-
lished by, noted, 381
Arts and Decoration. 31
Aschan, Mant Guinness 220, 230
Asenap, Herman 195
Ashley, Lorane and Hughes Tool
Co, 507-519; photograph of,
496, 514
Association for Living Historical
Farms and Agricultural

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