Index
abolitionism. See slavery
absolutism, 24,347
Acajete, 279, 365
Acajete, Battle of, 196, 353, 365
Acapulco, 309, 312, 313
Acapulco, 1854 Siege of, 312, 313
Acayucan, 50, 118
Acordada, Revolt of La, 113, 115, 136
Adams, John, 445n25
Agrazar, José Antonio, 51, 52
Agua Nueva, hacienda of, 261, 263
Aguascalientes, 159, 160
Aguas de Azufre, 35
Aguayo. See Ciudad Victoria
Aguilar, Manuel L., 337
Aguilar Rivera, José Antonio, 416n35
Aguirre, Miguel, 172
Agustín I. See Iturbide, Agustín de
Alamán, Lucas: xxiii; and Bustamante's government (1830–32), 117, 133; and conservative ideas, 292, 296; and death, 309, 315; on 1810 assault of Guanajuato, 22; and fear of U.S. interventionism, 290; as minister of relations, 76, 304; and monarchist proposal, 304, 305; and relations with Santa Anna, xxiv, 135, 296; and sense of national identity, 361; on Victoria's electoral victory (1824), 79; and view of Santa Anna, 86
Alameda, Mexico City, 203
Alameda de Bracamonte, San Luis Potosí, 73
Alamo, 165, 166
Alamo, Battle of the, xix, 166, 167, 170, 172, 353
Alba, José Guadalupe, xvii, 336
Alcalde, Diego María de, 411n21
Alcalde, Joaquín M., 4, 5, 189
Alcorta, Lino José, 309
Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno: as Santa Anna's interpreter in captivity, 179, 180, 182; and Santa Anna's return from exile in 1864, 323, 324; and Texan campaign, 166, 170; and Triangular Revolt of 1841, 206, 207
Altamira, 120, 122
Alvarado, 23, 46, 62, 92, 107
Alvarado, Ignacio, 76
Alvarado, Pedro de, 48
Álvarez, Juan: and death, 316; and Plan of Chilpancingo, 213; and MexicanAmerican War, 277, 279, 280; as president, 317; and Revolution of Ayutla, 311–13; and Revolution of Three Hours, 240
Álvarez de Toledo, José, 28, 397n18
America. See United States
Amigo del Pueblo, El, 97
Amoladeras, Battle of, 27
Amozoc, 141, 240, 279
Ampudia, Pedro, 226

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