Explorers, Traders, and Slavers: Forging the Old Spanish Trail, 1678-1850

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Abella, Ramón, 124-25
Abréu, Ramón, 110, 111
Abréu, Santiago, 110, 111
Adams, Eleanor B., 162n.41
Aguilar, Juan de, 55
Alarid, Jesus María, 110, 112
Albuquerque ( New Mexico): Comanche raids on in late eighteenth century, 83; description of in eighteenth century, 169n.212
Alencaster, Joaquín Real, 100
Alzate, Antonio de, xx, 15
Animas River, 104
Anza, Juan Bautista de, 45, 46, 47, 79, 81-89, 95, 96, 97, 169n.212
Apaches, 18, 57, 85
Archuleta, Juan Andrés, 115
Arellano, Francisco, 94, 95
Arizona: Garcés and segments of Old Spanish Trail in northern, 51
Arkansas River, 86, 87, 88, 115
Armijo, Antonio María, 103-17, 128, 132
Armijo, Manuel, 112
Arze, Maurico, 101-102
Ashley, William, 122, 123
Auerbach, Herbert S., 135
Avieta, José, 124
Baca, Antonio, 92
Baca, J. Manuel, 128
Baca, Marcelino, 129-30
Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 113-14, 162n.41, 171-72n.273
Barreiro, Francisco Alvarez, xvii, 11
Bear River rendezvous (of fur traders, 1826), 122
Beaver River ( Utah), 73
Becknell, William, 121
Benavides, Clemente, 94
Benton, Thomas Hart, 123
Bicentennial: and preservation of Old Spanish Trail, 135
Bolton, Herbert E., 135, 166-67n.150
Borica, Diego de, 52
Bridger, Felix, 121
Bridger, Jim, 120, 121
Briggs, Walter, 135
Bucaréli, Antonio María de, 45
Burrus, Ernest J., 159n.2
Cabot, Fray, 124
Calhoun, James S., 115, 130, 173n.307
California: immigration from New Mexico to via Old Spanish Trail, 107, 117, 127, 133; opening of to settlement in 1769 and southern route of Old Spanish Trail, 38-39, 41-54; rebellions against Mexico in 1824 and 1848, 109, 113-14; regulation and restriction of trade with New Mexico by territorial, 124
Camino Real de Tierra Adentro (Royal Road of the Interior), 119, 133
Campbell, R., 123
Cannibalism: Spanish interest in rumors of among Native Americans, 37
Canyon de Chelly, 105
Cárdenas, García López de, 4
Carroll, H., 170n.245
Carson, Kit, 129
Carter, Harvey L., 129
Cartography: contributions of Dominguez-Escalante expedition, 78-79; contributions of Fages, Garcés, Moraga, and Muñoz to, 53-54;

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