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Aboriginal Culture of the
Cahita Indian s, The
(rev.), Ralph Beals, 316-
317
Adair, John, 600
Adams, Frank L., 567
Adams, Paul, 321, 424, 447,
562, 563, 564
Adams, Rosa Kemp, 567
Adriance, John, 5
Aguirre, Marcil, 17
Ahumada, Colonel, 501
Airey, Rev. J. W. E., 424
Alamhn, Lucas, 392; rela-
tions with Mier y TerAn,
198, 200, 203, 205, 213, 500,
502, 510, 532
Alamo, assault on, 11, 16-24
Aldama, battalion of, 20, 29
Aldrich, Judge A. A., 427
Alexander, Dr. Edward P.,
550
Allen, Albert H., 408, 409
Allen, Augustus C., 9
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 580
Allen, Gov. Henry W., 470
Allen, John, 238, 239, 253
Allen, John K., 9
Allen, Capt. John M., 403
Allende, battalion of, 19
Alliance, Farmers' see Farm-
ers' Alliance
Allison, Clay, 321
Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno,
journal of, 10-32
Amador, General, 20, 23
American Party, 219
Ames, George Walcott, Jr.,
128
Ampudia, Colonel, 13, 19
Anahuac, 500-519, passim
Anclo, 12
Anderson, Judge Charles W.,
300
Anderson, Martin, 92
Anderson, Mose, 372
Anderson, Sgt. Robert L.,
601
Andrews, Edward House, 110
Anvil Park Rodeo, 371, 872
Arago, -, 13, 23
Aranjo, Gavino, 535, 538
Armijo, Gov. Manuel, 341
Armour, James, 357
Armstrong, Dr. A. J., 399
Armstrong, Major Noah, 278
Arnat, Colonel, 20
Arnold, Ripley A., 224
Arrington, Capt. George W.,
278
Arroyo del Chacon, 16
Arroyo Hondo, 16
Arroyo Seco, 14
Asbury, Samuel E., 10, 406
Ashby, H. S. P., 365

Atascosito, 27, 500, 507
Auchincloss, Gordon, 123
Austin, Edward Tailer, 561
Austin, Henry, 510, 561
Austin, John, 517, 537
Austin, Stephen Fuller, 5,
51, 422; educational efforts
of, 387-394: library of,
401; interpretation of Law
of April 6, 1830, 204-205;
aids S. C. Robertson, 209,
218; relations with Mier y
Teran, 502-537
Austin College, Huntsville,
Texas, 38, 219, 372
Austin Collegiate Female In-
stitute, Austin, Texas, 373
Austin, Texas, 219; Mott and
Company's Circus, 374 ;
opening of route to El
Paso, 1849, 262-268
Aynesworth, Dr. K. H., bio-
graphical data, 414
Ayres, Capt. Ross, 124
Baggett, W. T., 348, 849
Bagley, William Chandler,
598
Bahia, La, 27
Bailey, Joseph Weldon, 169-
170; enemy of Wilson, 182-
185
Baker, George, 100-102
Baker, James H., 100
Baker, James H., Jr., 100-
102
Baker, Rev. William M., 220
Baker and Root, publishers,
374
Balchen, Bert, 120
Ball, Thomas W., 178
Bancroft, George, biograph-
ical data, 307-310
Bancroft, H. H., 573
Banks, Stanley, 125, 424
Banta, Mart, 287
Baptist State Convention,
1854, 39; of Eastern Texas,
minutes, 1855, 220 ; of
1855, 221; of 1856, pro-
ceedings, 376
Baptists, Texas, 38-39, 220-
222, 374-376
Barker, Eugene C., 85, 88,
436, 583, 597; quoted, 206,
218
Barnes, Thomas J., 109
Barr, Amelia, 663
Barragan, Antonio, 24, 529
Barrett, Lt. Col. Gregory, Jr.,
187, 190
Barrett, Jonathan F., 98
Barrett, Monte, 804
Barry, C., 92
Bass, J. Horace, 315

Bassett, Charley, 821
Bastrop, Texas, 222
Batres, Lt. Col., 61
Bausch, Edward, 104
Baxley, William Warren, 279
Baylor, Lt. George, 278
Baylor University, Independ-
ence, Texas, 39, 222, 377
Baylor University, centennial
celebrations, 399-400
Beals, Ralph, 316
Bean, Ellis Peter, 210-211,
502
Beard, Charles A., 579
Beard, J. Roy, 277
Beard, William, 8
Beck, Walter H., 281
Bee, H. P., 377
Beebe, S. P., 251
Behind the Lines in the
Southern Confederacy
(rev.), Charles W. Rams-
dell, 313-315
Bell, Earl H., 602
Bell, J. H., 389
Bell's Landing, 5
Belton Argus, 222
Benavides, Captain Cristobal,
562
Benavides, Captain Refugio,
562
Benavides, Col. Santos, 562
Benedict, Harry Yandell, 100
Bennett, James Gordon, 10
Benton, Elbert Jay, 604
Benzoni, -, 395
Beretta, Mrs. J. K., 300
Berger, Max, 387, 448
Berlandier, Luis, 194, 543
Best, Ranger Capt. Ernest,
302
Bethlehem Association, 374
Bexar, 16
Bexar Archives, 410
Bexar County, Texas, 222
Bierschwale, Margaret, 108
Biesele, Rudolph L., 137, 445,
598
Bishop, Gordon, 428
Bit, oil well drilling, 407
Bitner, Grace, 98, 285, 411,
564
Bluebonnet, as state flower,
94
Bocanegra, J. M., 52, 534
Boggess, Capt. Giles S., 47
Bolton, Dr. H. E., 563
Bonaparte (Buoneparte), 547
Bonfoey, Davis Brainerd, bio-
graphical article, 471-483
Bonfoey, Emily Warner Pow-
ers, biographical article,
471-483
Bonfoey, Faith, 475

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