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INDEX TO VOLUME XXII

Academy of Pacific coast history, Pub-
lications, annotation, 321.
Acapulco and the Manila Galleon, by
W. L. Schurz, 18-37.
Acta constit i ,ca, Austin's influence
upon, 5.
Allen, John M., 196, 203.
Allen, Martin, 79, 84, 183, 189.
Alm Institute, 38.
Almonte, Juan N., 268, 269, 306, 307.
Andrews, Peter, 272.
Andrews, Stephen Pearl, 203.
Arciniega, Miguel, 195.
Arispe, Ramos, 4, 5.
Armijo, governor, 267, 268, 270.
Arnold, Peter, 175, 176.
Asbury, Samuel E., 290.
Atherton, Gertrude F., California, an-
notation, 347.
Austin, Mary (Mrs. Moses Austin), 2.
Austin, Stephen F., by Eugene C. Bar-
ker, 1-17; mention, 139, 141, 182,
185, 191, 192, 195, 196, 273, 278,
362; to solicit funds, 90; asked for a
list of colonists, 87, 91, 195; asks
for land commissioner. 355.
Austin's colony, 1-17; certificates of
character, 9, 10.
Ayuntamiento of San Felipe, minutes
of, 1828-1832, 78-95, 180-196, 272-
278. 353-359.
Baegert, Jakob, Nachrichten von * *"
Californien, annotation, 327.
Bancroft, 1H. I., criticism of the Ca-
beza de Vaca narrative, 256; Works,
annotation, 335-337.
Bancroft Library, 350.
Bandelier. Ad. F., 112, 113, 124, 241,
257.
Barker, Eugene C., Stephen F. Austin,
1-17; Minutls of the Ayuntaniento
of Sag Felipe, 78-95, 180-196, 272-
278, 353-359.
Barnett, C. D., sergeant, 41, 172.
Barnett, Thomas, president of the
ayuntamiento of San Felipe, 78-95,
180-196, 272-278, 353-359, passim.
Barrett, Mrs. Eugenia, death of, 363.
Barry, Bryan T., death of, 363.
Baskett, James Newton, criticisms of
article on Cabeza de Vaca, 113, 121,
124, 127, 131, 132, 133, 142, 209,
226, 234, 235, 241, 242, 256, 258,
259.
Bastrop, Baron deo, 7, 8, 196.
Bastrop, precinct of changed, 357.
Batchelder, R., Watching and waiting
on the bordcr, reviewed, 360.

Bates, Ed. F., History and Reminis-
cences of Denton County, reviewed,
105.
Beaumont, Gabe, 73.
Bee, I-amilton P., 293, 300, 302, 303,
394.
Benavides, Santos, 303.
Benedict, II. Y., A source book relat-
ing to the history of the University
of Texas: 'Legislative, legal, bibli-
ographical, and statistical, reviewed,
298.
Benjamin, Judah P., 307, 314.
Bepler, Doris W., Descriptive cata-
logue of the materials for history in
California periodicals, annotation,
319.
Binkley, W. C., The last stage of
Texan m ililary operations against
Mexico, 1813, 260-271.
Blackburn, J. K. P., Reminiscences of
the Terry Rangers, 38-77, 143-179.
Blackmar, Frank WA., Spanish institu-
tions of the southwest, annotation,
339.
Blair, Francis P., visit to Jefferson
Davis, 295-296.
Bolton, Ii. E., book review, 96-98; his
writings on Texas, 113, 135, 137,
138, 140, 202, 231, 234, 246, 251,
259; Guide, annotation, 349; men-
tion, 291, 342, 350, 351, 364.
Book reviews: Spanish and French
rivalry in the Gulf region, by W. E.
Dunn, 96; Platforms of political
parties in Teaas, by E. W. Winkler,
99; History of Montague County,
by Mrs. W. R. Potter, 105; History
and reminiscenses of Denton County,
by Ed. F. Bates, 105; Rise of the
Spanish empire, by R. B. Merriman,
197; My Story, by Anson Mills,
200; The real Colonel House, by A.
D. H. Smith, 360; WVaiting and
watching on the border, by R.
Batchelder, 360.
Borden, Thomas H., 82, 272.
Bourland, James, 266.
Bostick, Sion R., 136.
Braman, D. E. E., 120.
Brown, John Henry, 137.
Bruce, George, 70.
Bruce, Simeon, 71.
Bryan, Mrs. Bettie, 290.
Bryan, Guy M., 355.
Bryan, Lewis R., 109, 364.
Bryan, William Jack, death of, 363.
Bryant, Edwin, What I saw in Cali-
fornia, annotation, 331.

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