Spanish Texas, 1519-1821

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Index
Acevedo, Fr. Antonio, 69, 70
Acoma, Pueblo, 37, 56, 59
Acubadao Indians, 12
Adaesanos, 187, 188, 290n.53
Adais Indians, 114, 280n.24
Adams, John Quincy, 239
Agreda, María de Jesús de, 61-62
agriculture, 6, 7; among Caddoes, 19, 21, 87, 91; in economy, 205, 207; at San Antonio, 136, 140. See also farming
Aguacane Indians, 273 n. 52
Aguayo, Joseph de Azlor y Virto de Vera, Marqués de San Miguel de, 8, 119; accomplishments, 126- 128, 133, 136, 147, 146; becomes governor, 120; reestablishes Texas missions, 121, 123; resigns as governor, 126; at San Antonio, 124
Aguirre, Pedro de, 110
Ais Indians, 114, 280n.24
Alabama-Coushatta Indians, 210
Alarcón, Martín de, 8, 115-119, 245
Aldama, Ignacio, 232
Aldama, Juan de, 219, 233
Allen, Henry E., 163
Allende, Ignacio, 219, 233
Almaráz, Félix D., Jr., xii, 232, 237
Alvarado, Hernando de, 37
Alvarado, Pedro de, 26, 35, 36; death of, 41
Alvarez Barreiro, Francisco, 9
Alvarez de Pineda, Alonso, xi, 12, 27; maps Gulf Coast, 243; at Pánuco River, 26; spelling of name, 268- 269n.3; voyage of, 24
Alvarez Travieso, Vicente, 143
Amangual, Francisco, 227, 295 n. 32
Amarillas, Marqués de las ( Agustín de Ahumada y Villalón), 158, 165, 169
American Revolution, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196
American Southwest. SeeSpanish Borderlands
Amerindians, 22
Amichel, 24
Anadarko Indians, 18
Andalucia ( Spain), 22
Anegado Indians, 12
Angelina River, 40, 123
Anglo-Americans, xi, 6, 8, 195-197, 210-216, 237, 259; as filibusters, 235; at Pecan Point, 239; Salcedo's views of, 231; settlement patterns of, 8; views on Texas, 240
animals (indigenous), 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 19, 21; bison, 37-38, 87, 154
Anza, Juan Bautista de, 198
Apache Indians, 13; campaigns against, 156-157, 160-161, 178, 181, 184, 190-191, 197, 199; raids on San Antonio, 133-135, 138-139, 145; use of horses, 15-17, 60, 62, 64, 67, 69, 107, 130
Apachería, 146, 156
Apatzingán, Mex., 221
Aranda, Count of, 196

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