Rendezvous at the Alamo: Highlights in the Lives of Bowie, Crockett, and Travis

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INDEX
(Since the names of Bowie, Crockett, and Travis appear on almost every page of their respective biographies, no detailed breakdown unshy; der their names is furnished in this index.)
Alamo: at time of siege, 211; milishy; tary aspects of its defense, 224- 25; siege of, 211-19, 224-25; "surshy; vivors" of siege, 37, 221-24
Allen, Samuel T., 153
Alligator hunts, 21-2
Alligator wrestling, 22-3
Almonte, Col. Juan N., 206
Amador, Gen. Juan V., 215, 217
Ampudia, Col. Pedro de, 215
Anahuac: first "affair" at, 75, 149- 59, 184; second "affair" at, 173- 78, 184
Andrade, Gen. Juan J., 215
Apache Indians, 67
Archer, Branch T., 151-52, 160
Arocho, Antonio Cruz y, see Cruz y Arocho, Antonio
Arrow fishing, 23-6
Audubon, John James, 61
Austin, John, 158
Austin, Stephen F., 36, 76, 77, 80, 82, 83-4, 86-8, 160-61, 162, 183, 184, 186-87, 190, 243
Baptist Church, 135, 136, 168
Barre, D. H., 196
Bastion, Samuel G., 37, 230
Baugh, Capt. John J., 95, 96, 195-96
Bear trap, 27
"Been-Hunter," 126-28, 130-31
Berrera, Don Augustine, 49
Bexar, siege of, 90
Black, James, 43-4, 57, 230
Blanchard, Alfred, 54, 232
Blanchard, Edward Cary, 54
Blue, Maj. Uriah, 109
Bonham, James Butler, 98, 136-37, 194
Bornay, Judalon de, 64
Bowie, Elve, 15-19, 28, 66; see also Jones, Elve Ap-Catesby
Bowie family, movements of, 1782- 1812, y 16-17
Bowie, James (the Alamo hero's paternal grandfather), 15
Bowie, John, 16, 17, 18, 19, 29, 30, 34
Bowie knife, 38-50, 131
Bowie, Rezin, Jr., 16, 18, 19, 21, 29, 31-4, 36, 45-6, 48-9, 50, 51, 53, 63, 66, 70, 73, 90, 234
Bowie, Rezin, Sr., 15-19, 28
Bowie, Stephen, 16, 18, 46, 234
Bowie, Ursula, see Veramendi, Ursula de
Bradburn, Juan, 75, 150-59, 173, 239
Briscoe, Andrew, 174-75, 177, 187, 223
Brown, John Henry, 34, 67, 91
Bullock, James W., 76
Burleson, Col. Edward, 88-9, 90, 187, 188
Burnet, David G., 160, 161, 165-66
Bustamente, Anastasio, President, 150, 158
Butler, Dr. William E., 116

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