Matamoros and the Texas Revolution

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations.
A
African Americans, 35
Agua Dulce Creek, battle of, 4, 17, 78–79, 80–81
Alamo, battle of
aftermath of, 82
Alamo destruction ordered, 61
correspondence dating to, 83
defeat, factors in, 80–81
defenses, state of, 53, 61
fall of Alamo, word of, 84
flag flown in, 55
independence as cause of, 55
Matamoros compared to, 17
myths concerning, 6
overview, 4
remembering, 6
stand taken at, 62
Aldrete, José Miguel, 55
Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno, 35
American capitalism, 37, 93
American Civil War, 91
Americans
filibusters, 6, 7, 40, 68, 74, 80, 90
imprisonment and execution of, 53
ships involved in smuggling trade, 33
trade, Mexican dependence on, 88
volunteers, 4, 7, 40, 42, 49–50, 52–55, 59, 60, 61–64, 66, 67–70, 76–78, 83, 85
Anglo Americans
in Matamoros, 88–89
Mexicans, attitudes toward, 16, 42, 52, 56, 71
population numbers, 15–16, 42
rebels, 71
slavery practiced by, 33, 35
as Texas independence supporters, 55
Anglo Consultation, 42–43
Anglo-Mexican intermarriage, 6
Anglo nation-building, collective memory of, 6
Anza, Juan Bautista de, 69
Apache Indians, 35, 41, 42, 88
architecture, 25, 91
Arista, Mariano, 89
Arredondo, Joaquin de, 30
Austin, Stephen F.
colony established by, 15
Dimmitt, P., relations with, 46
Grant, J. correspondence with, 50
Lemus, P., opinion of, 73
Linn, J. correspondence with, 56
Matamoros expedition, attitude
concerning, 3, 38, 44, 52
relatives of, 89
war with Mexico, attitude concerning, 47
Ávalos, Francisco, 90

B
Bagdad, 18, 23, 29
Barradas, Isidro, 70
Barranco Blanco ranch, 30
Beales, John Charles, 51
Benavides, Plácido
intelligence gathered by, 72, 73, 74, 77, 80
Matamoros expedition, participation in, 16, 49, 54, 67, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79
relatives of, 49, 89
Texas revolution, attitude concerning, 72
Berlandier, Jean Louis

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