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Lone Star Blue and Gray - Index

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abolitionists: 6
Adams, David G.: 159
Adams, J. D.: 53
"Address to the People": 82
Affleck, Isaac Dunbar: 60, 67, 68
Affleck, Thomas: 60
African American soldiers. See black soldiers
Alabama: 13
Alabama: 166,169
Alabama Indians: 56
Alamo: 39
Alamo Express: 88
Alden, James: 154, 156
Alleyton: 216
Anderson, Andy: 249
Anderson, Charles: 32
Anderson, Robert Major: 32
Antietam. See Sharpsburg
Appomattox Court House: ix, xviii, 313, 337, 338-339, 341
Appomattox River: 338, 339, 340
Aransas Pass: 151,153, 158, 159
Arizona: 168-170, 197
Arizona Guards: 148
Arkansas Post: 55
Armstrong, Manuel: 249
Army of New Mexico: 145, 148
Army of Northern Virginia: xi, 237, 238-239, 338, 339, 341-343
Army of Tennessee: 65, 77
Army of Texas: 313, 314
Army of the Potomac: 343
Army of the United States: 11-12
Arthur: 158-159
Arnold, Benedict: 42
Ashcraft, Allan C.: 236
Atlanta: xii, 77, 238, 241
atrocities: Fort Pillow, 257-258; Milliken's Bend, 257, 258, 260
Attrill and Lacoste Co.: 275
Austin: unionists in, 98-100
Austin County: 102

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Bagby, Arthur P.: 138,162, 303, 307, 309
Bagdad: xv, 218, 221, 231, 339
Bailey, Anne J.: article by, 257-272; book noted, 258
Bailey, George H.: 170, 196
Bailey, Theodorus: 221
Balerio, Cecilio: 325
Ballinger, William Pitt: 16, 20, 156
Bank of Bacchus: 181, 202
Banks, Nathaniel P.: ix, xiv, 77, 94, 111, 113, 116, 117, 121, 151, 168, 191-192, 198, 281, 224, 280, 290, 291-295, 300, 302, 307
Barr, Alwyn: 177; article by, 151-174
Barr, Amelia: 98
Barrett, Theodore H.: 231, 332
Barziza, Decimus et Ultimus:, 59-60, 66
Bass, Frederick: 345
Bates, Joseph: 155
Battise, Ike: 55, 56
Baylor, George W.: x, 296, 303-305
Baylor, John R.: 129; governor of Arizona Territory, 130-131, 142, 146, 148; Mesilla valley campaign, 134, 136-137; elected to Confederate Congress, 149
Bayou City: 162, 164
Bazaine, Achille Francois: 227, 229
Beasley's: 305-308
Beaumont: xv, 48, 114, 161, 168, 192, 194, 195
Beauregard, P. G. T.: 240-241
Bee, Hamilton P.: and South Texas command, 84, 92, 94, 112, 122, 222-223, 228; early career of, 291-292; at Mansfield, 294-295; at Pleasant Grove, 296-297; at Pleasant Hill, 296-298; criticized by General Walker, 299-300; at Monett's Ferry, 302-306; censured by General Taylor, 306; appoints Ford commissioner of conscripts, 320-321
beef: 236-237, 238, 239, 240-243
Bell, A. J.: 102
Bell, Henry H.: 166, 167, 168
Bella Italia: 160
Bellamy, William: 87
Benavides, Christoval: 55
Benavides, Refugio: 55, 324
Benavides, Santos: 55, 219, 318, 323-324
Benjamin, J. P.: 213, 215, 223, 225
Bentonville: xii
Bergmann, Charles: 96
"Black Republicans": 87
blacks: in Union army, 110; effect of Civil War upon, 246-247; and Mexicans, 252; as prisoners of war, 265
black soldiers: Texans' reaction to, 257-272; at Palmetto Ranch, 332-334
Blair's Landing: 297, 301
Blake, H. C.: 166
Blessington, J. P.: 262, 290
blockade: effect of, 211, 237
blockade running: 152,156, 174,189
Blocker, Albert B.: 50, 54
Blucher, Felix A.: 160
Boca Chica: 330, 334
Boles, Elvira: 251
Bonham: 88
Bowie County: 88
Bowden, J. J.: 29, 30
Bradfute, William R.: 172
Bragg, Braxton: praises General Twiggs, 43; disliked by Texans, 65
Brailsford, Robert J.: 60
Branch, Jacob: 252
Branson, David: 332
Brazos de Santiago: 124-125, 153, 171, 183, 231, 314, 329
Brazos Island: 316, 328, 329, 334, 335
Brazos River: 22
Breckinridge, John C.: 22, 241
British Eighth Army: 236
Brown, John E.: 76
Brown, Russell: 29, 30
Browne, William M.: 215
Brownrigg, R. T.: 138
Brownsville: viii, ix, xv, xvii, 92, 109, 112, 117, 120-122, 171, 183, 211, 216-218, 220-27, 230, 292, 314, 316-322, 326-329, 333, 335
"brush men": 88
Bryan, Stephen A.: 74
Buchanan, James: 32
Buchel, Augustus: 55, 92, 293, 297, 298
Buchel's Regiment: 297-298
Buenger, Walter L.: article by, 1-26
Bunting, Robert E: 65, 73
Burch, Increase: 196
Burch, J. R.: 156
Butler, Benjamin: 111
Byrd, William: 248

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Calhoun, Bill: 65
California: 135,149
Cambria: 111-112
Cameron, Bluford Alexander: 75
Campbell, Randolph: 245
Camp Berlin: 49
Camp Bosque: 49
Camp Chase: 59
Camp Clark: 49-50
Camp Colorado: 41
Camp Douglas: 60
Camp Gillespie: 202
Camp Honey Springs: 49
Camp Manassas: 137,142
Camp Morton: 59
Camp Pickett: 138
Camp Roberts: 49
Camp San Fernando: 323-324, 326
Camp Sibley: 137,141
Camp Van Dorn: 50
Camp Verde: 35
Canby, E. R. S.: 125, 148
Cane River: 301, 304
Caney Creek: xvii
Cape, James: 248
Cape Girardeau: 261
Carleton, James H.: 120
Carrington, W. H. D.: 334
Carrizo: 93
Carroll's Mill: 294
Cassidy, Joseph O.: 194
Castroville: 142
casualties, in Civil War: viii, 59
Catchings, Thomas J.: 159
Carvajal, Jose Maria Jesus: 219-220, 228
Castagny, Armand Alexandre: 230
Cavallo Pass: 112, 321
Cavalry of the West: 313, 322-324, 326
cavalry raid: by Texans, 257-258
Cave, E. W.: 85, 327
Chamberlain, Joshua L.: 341-343
Chance, Newton: 87
Chancellorsville: ix
Channing, Steven A.: 3
Chase, Franklin: 220
Chatfield Vigilance Association: 247
Chickamauga: xi, xii, 58
Churchill, Thomas: 297-298
Clark, Edward: xiii, 49, 56, 84, 135, 184, 216, 275, 292
Clifton: 163-164, 168-171, 196-198
Clouterville: 303
coffee: shortage of, xiv
Collin County: 86
Colorado: 148
Comanches: 17
Comfort: 97
Commissary General of Confederacy: 236, 238-240
commissioners of Texas: and surrender of Federal property, 37-40
Committee of Public Safety: 36, 37, 41
Condon, Patrick: 206
Confederate army: Texans in, 47-78; meat problem of, 235-243; and deserters, 249
Confederate Congress: xiv, 149, 277-278, 280
Confederate Quartermaster Department: xv
Confederate States of America: viii, 23, 25, 26, 215-216
Confederate Territory of Arizona: 129,130-131, 145
conscription: 91, 276-287
Conscription Act of 1862: 102
Constitution: Federal, 10;
Confederate, 280
Cook, Joseph J.: 154,159, 161,164, 185
Cooke, Alonzo: 65
Cooke, Gustav: xii
Cooke, Samuel: 67
Cooke County: xvi, 85, 86
Cook's Regiment, Heavy Artillery: 184-185, 202
Cooper, Samuel: 35, 36, 132-133
Cooper, T. A.: 36
Corinth: xiii
Corps D'Afrique: 346
Corpus Christi: vii, 151, 167, 249, 316, 317, 321, 323; defense of, 160-161
Cortina, Juan Nepomuceno: 229, 318, 328, 330-331
Corypheus: 160, 163-164
cotton: impressed by government, 224
"cotton bonds": 224
Cotton Bureau: 225-226
cotton trade: on the border, 211-232; to Mexico, 211; and routes to Mexico, 216-218; government regulation of, 222
Covey, E. N.: 139
Cox, C. C.: 52
Craven, Avery O.: 3
Crescent: 198
Crocker, Frederick: 168,
170, 195,198
Cross Timbers: 87
Cumberland, Charles C.: 152
Cummings, J. E: 239
Cunningham, William P.: 185, 205
Current, Richard: 110
Cutrer, Thomas W.: 29n
da Connobio, Felix Zoppa: 184, 201

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Daddysman, James W: 212
Dallas: 247
Daly, Andrew: 194
Dana, Charles: 260
Dana, Napoleon T: 113, 117, 120, 321, 322
Dane, Henry C.: 199
Daniel, Larry J.: 48
Dart: 154
d'Asti, Augustine da San Damiano: 184
Davis, Edmund J.: organizes Union regiment, 83-84, 109, in; captured by Texans, 112, 228; in Louisiana, 113, 123-124; in Sabine Pass expedition, 114; in Brownsville, 120-121; appointed brigadier general, 125; signs surrender terms, 126; attacks Laredo, 324
Davis, Jefferson: 85, 99, 143, 149, 214; criticized, 89; and New Mexico, 129, 132; praises defenders of Sabine Pass, 177-178, 200; withholds cotton, 213; and controversy over conscription, 277, 283, 286
Davis, Nicholas: 66, 338
Davis, Samuel Boyer: 155
Davis Circle: 206
Davis Guards: xiv, 55, 169, 173, 177, 200; in Brownsville, 182-183; in defense of Galveston, 184-185, 187; capture Union vessels, 188-189; and victory at Sabine Pass, 191, 193-197; desertions by, 201-202
Dawson, Mollie: 248
Dead Man's Hollow: 327
DeBray, X. B.: 293, 303, 306
DeBray's Regiment: 297
Delaney, Norman: 152
de la Serna, Jesus: 219
De Mermes and Co.: 215
Democrats: 14, 18-19, 22-25
Demon County: 86, 87
Department of Texas: 133, 136
Department of the Gulf: 290
deserters: 61, 249
De Soto Mound: 263
Devereux, Sarah: xv
Devine, Thomas J.: 37, 226
D'Hanis: 142
Dickinson, A. G.: 323, 326
Dillingham, John: 188
disease: among Texas soldiers, 76-77
District of Louisiana: 259
District of Texas: 259
District of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona: 291
Dohoney, E. L.: 21
Dona Ana: 147
Donald, David: 276
Donathan, Wiley P.: 69, 73, 77
Dorman, Kate: 196
Douglas, James P.: 57, 67, 72, 77
Dowling, Patrick Emmett: 182
Dowling Richard (Dick): 114, 165, 169,170, 321; early life and career of, 178-180; business interests of, 180-181; and capture of Morning Light, 188-189; commands Fort Griffin, 193; and battle of Sabine Pass, 196-198; post-war activities of, 202-206
Dowling Street: 207-208
Ducayet, Felix: 226
Droege, Oetling and Co.: 215, 225
Duclos, Adolfo: 217, 219
Duff, James: 95, 97
Dunn, J. B.: 242-243
Duval, Thomas H.: 99,100
Dwyer, J. E.: 139

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Eagle, Henry: 159
Eagle Pass: 217, 219, 226, 317, 324, 326
East Texas: 13
Eaton, G. W.: 54
Ector, Matthew D.: x, xii
Ector's Brigade: xii
Edens, B. E.: 53
Edwards, William: 180
Eighteenth Georgia Infantry: xi
Eighth Texas Cavalry: xi, 51, 53, 64. See also Terry's Texas Rangers
Eighth Texas Infantry: 56, 167
Eighty-Seventh Illinois Regiment: 124
election of 1860: vii, 30, 31, 82
Eleventh Texas Cavalry: ix
Eleventh Texas Infantry: xiii
Elgin, Tempe: 251
Ellet, Alfred W: 266, 269
Elliott, Claude: article by, 81-107
Ellis, L. Tuffly: 211
El Paso: 134, 317
Emory, William H.: 295
Epperson, Ben: viii, 85
Ewell, R. S.: 238

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Farmville: 339
Farragut, David G.: 158, 166,167
Faust, Drew Gilpin: 246
Fayette County: 100,101, 104,105
Federal property: surrendered in Texas, 35, 37-38, 39-44
Felgar, Robert P.: viii n
Feltin, Rev. N.: 178
Fenians: 206
Fennerty, John M.: 205
Ferris, Jim: 70
Field, Charles: 344
Fifth Texas Cavalry: xiii, 52, 137-139, 141-144
Fifth Texas Infantry: xi, 53, 58, 70, 76, 337, 341, 345-346
Fincastle: 50
fires: in North Texas, 247
First Arkansas Volunteers (Union): 264
First Battalion, Louisiana State Troops: 303
First Frontier District: 282, 185
First Kansas Mounted Regiment: 167
First Louisiana Regiment: 124-125
First Manassas, battle of: ix
First Texas Cavalry (Confederate): 55
First Texas Cavalry (Union): 109, 111, 113; in Teche campaign, 114; in Rio Grande campaign, 114; at Brownsville, 117, 120, 122-124
First Texas Heavy Artillery: xii, 55, 158
First Texas Infantry: xi, 53-54, 58, 64, 67, 337, 345
First Texas Volunteer Cavalry (Union): 123-124, 126
Fitzhugh, Lester N.: 152
flag presentations: 50
Flake, Ferdinand: 19
Fletcher, William A.: 48, 57, 70
Florida: source of Confederate beef, 238-239, 241
Florilda: 195
Fogle, Andrew J.: 68
Fontaine, Sidney T.: 154, 163
Ford, John S.: 65, 125, 153, 182-183, 217-218, 220, 224, 228, 230; ordered to recruit volunteers, 314; early career of, 315; early South Texas command of, 316-320; as superintendent of conscripts, 320; recruits Cavalry of the West, 322-323; and south Texas campaign, 323-328; clashes with Cortina, 328-331; defeats enemy at Palmetto Ranch, 332-334; and controversy with Slaughter, 334-335
Forrest, Nathan B.: xii, 258, 266, 271
Fort Bliss: 130, 132, 140-142, 144-146
Fort Brown: 92, 153, 158, 183, 316, 319, 326-327, 330
Fort Clark: 142, 153
Fort Craig: 136, 148
Fort Davis: 143,144, 149
Fort Esperanza: 171, 321
Fort Fillmore: 130
Fort Griffin: 169, 170, 173, 191-196, 199-200
Fort Hebert: 161, 184
Fort Hudson: 143
Fort Jackson: 174
Fort Lancaster: 143, 145
Fort Leavenworth: 42
Fort Magruder: 167,173
Fort Mannahassett: 173
Fort Monroe: 201
Fort Pillow: 258, 271
Fort Point: 161, 163, 167, 173, 185
Fort Quitman: 144, 145
Fort Sabine: 191. See also Fort Griffin
Fort Stockton: 143
Fort Sumter: viii, 44, 47, 152, 313
Fort Thorn: 147-148
Fort Union: 131
Forty-Second Massachussetts Infantry: 163,186
Foster, James Melville: 68
Foster, Samuel T: 59, 65, 78
Fourteenth Texas Cavalry: 75
Fourteenth Texas Infantry: xiii
Fourth Texas Cavalry: xiii, 52, 55, 67, 137, 139-141, 144
Fourth Texas Infantry: xi, 50-51, 53, 58, 59, 337, 345, 346, 390
Fourth Texas Volunteer Regiment: 155
Fourth Wisconsin Cavalry: 124
Franklin, William B.: xiii, 169,177; and Sabine Pass expedition, 114, 193, 194, 198; as commander of Nineteenth Army Corps, 192, 295
Franklin, battle of: 77
Frazier, Donald S.: 130
Frazier, James: 272
Fredericksburg: 94, 95
Freeman, Douglas S.: 344
Fremantle, A. J. L.: xiv, 52 n, 168, 216, 221
French, W. H.: 35
French: intervention in Mexico, 328
frontier: and secession, 3, 4; and conscription, 275-287; and defense, 276, 287, 318 Frontier Organization: 278, 280, 283-286
Frontier Regiment: 277-279, 284-285

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Gaffney, Martha: xv
Gaines' Mill, battle of: xi, 53, 58
Gainesville: 87
Galveston: ix, xiii, xvii, 48, 65, 78, 111-112, 125, 152-154, 156, 166-168, 173, 184-186, 202, 249, 321; capture by Union naval forces, 161; Confederate recapture of, 163-165, 186-187
gambling: among Texas soldiers, 72-73
Garcia, Guadalupe: 317-318
Garland, Robert R.: 158
Gaston, Robert H.: 64, 74 Georgia: 275
Gen. Banks: 196
General Rusk: 182, 314
Germans: 12, 13, 14, 89; as unionists, xi, 96-97; in Confederate army, 55; opposition to conscription, 102-103
Gettysburg, battle of: xi, 53, 59, 77
Gibbons, William T.: 75
Gibson, William E.: 155
Giddings, George H.: 324, 329
Giesecke, Julius: 60
Giles, Leonidas B.: 60
Giles, Val C.: 50, 58, 59
Gillespie County: 94-95, 97
Gillette, Charles: 99
Glatthaar, Joseph T: 258
Glover, Robert W.: 211
Good, John J.: 58, 70
Good, W. S.: 195-197
Goodrichs Landing: 269
Goose Creek: xv
Gordon, John B.: 343
Goree, Tom: ix n
Gorgas, Josiah: 156
Gottchalk, Charles: 201
Gould, Nicholas C.: 123
Granbury, Hiram: x, xii
Granbury's Brigade: xii, 65
Grand Ecore: 293, 300
Granite City: 168-170, 196
Grant, U. S.: 77, 191, 230, 258, 260, 265, 271, 338, 339, 340
Gray, Peter: 184
Grayson County: 86-87
Gregg, Alexander: 99-100
Gregg, John: x
Green, Tom: x, xiii; in New Mexico campaign, 137, 142, 144; at Galveston, 162, 164; death of, 173, 301; in Red River campaign, 291, 293-294, 296, 297
Greer, Elkanah: 282, 283
Griffin, W. H.: 162, 192, 193
Griscom, George L.: 64
Gruen, Mathilda Doebbler: xiv
Guerin, H. C.: 240
Guerrero, Cipriano: 219
Guerrero: 228
Guess, George: 75

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Hagerty, Rebecca: xv
Hale, John: 87
Hale, Lawrence: 180
Hall, Martin Hardwick: article by, 129-149
Halleck, Henry W.: 290
Hamilton, A. J.: 11, 83, 99, 103, 228; early career of, 114-115; flees Texas, 115; appointed military governor of Texas, 115; in New Orleans, 116-117
Hamilton, D. H.: 67
Hamilton's Body Guard: 116
Hancock, John: viii, 83
hangings: of unionists, 87; by vigilantes, 247
Hanks, O. T.: 51, 74
Harby, L. C.: 162
Hardee, William J.: 139
Hardeman, Peter: 104
Hardeman, William J.: 141
Hardeman, William P. "Gotch": 137
Hargrove, R. W.: 102
Harper, Cecil E., Jr.: 246
Harriet Lane: 112, 161, 163-165, 168, 186
Harris, Charles: 194
Harrison, Isaac E: 263
Harrison, Tom: xii
Harrison, W. H.: 138,145
Harrison County: 22
Hart, Simeon: 132, 221-223, 225-226, 229
Hatteras: 166
Hay, Dr. Andrew J.: 207
Hayes, James: 247-248
Haynes, John L.: 83,109, 120,125
Hays, John C.: 315
Haywood, Felix: 248, 252
Heartsill, W. W.: 52, 58, 65, 78
Hebert, Paul O.: 65, 95, 136, 157, 159, 161-162
Heidler, Jeanne T: article by, 29-44
Hempstead: 314
Henderson Guards: 50
Hennessy, Patrick H.: 182
Henry, Robert S.: 258
Herron, Benjamin E: 322
Herron, Francis Jay: 117
Hill, R. J.: 53
Hill, T. T.: 346
Hill, W. T.: 341
Hobby, Alfred M.: 160, 167,173
Hodges, Robert, Jr.: 64, 71
Hogg, Joseph L.: x Holmes, Theophilus H.: 259, 261
Holt, Joseph: 35, 42
Hood, John B.: x, 53, 64-65, 77, 241
Hood's Texas Brigade: x-xi, 53-54, 57, 58, 65-66, 69, 71, 337-347
Hopkins, E. L.: 204
Honduras: 112
Hord, Edward R.: 106
Horn, R. H.: 53
Houston, Sam: as unionist, 11, 18, 82, 83,182; warns Twiggs, 34-35; removed as governor, 47; warns of Union strength, 49; pays lip service to Confederacy, 84, 110, death of, 106
Houston, Sam, Jr.: 222
Houston: 48, 168, 192, 314
Houston Artillery: 155, 180
Hudson, William: 87
Hunter, Charles: 91
Hunter, John Warren: 212, 216, 223, 231
Hunter, William W.: 157
Huntsville: xv
Hubbard, Richard: xiii

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Imboden, John B.: 238-239
impressment of slaves: xvii
Indian depredations: 277, 325
Indianola: viii, 321
Indianola Artillery Guards: 155
Indian raid, Cooke County: xvi
Indians: and U. S. Army, 11-12, 17
Ingram, George: 264
Irby, James A.: 211, 313
Ireland, John: 160
Irvine, Josephus S.: 161

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Jackson, A. M.: 138
Jackson, D. M.: 159
Jackson, G. A.: 88
Jackson, Martin: 254
Jefferson: xv; and meat packing, 242-243
John Raine: 268
Johnson, Ludwell: 290
Johnson, Middleton T.: 213
Johnson's Island: 59
Johnston, Albert Sidney: x, 53
Johnston, Joseph E.: xvii, 65, 73, 238-239, 346
Jones, O. G.: 333
Jones, William R.: 155
Jonesville: 50
Jordan, A. N.: 184
Jordan, Powhatan: 138
Josiah H. Bell: 165, 187, 190, 195
Juarez, Benito: 219, 227, 229
Justiniana, G. E.: 229

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Keen, Newton A.: 61, 64-65
Keith, K. D.: 161, 165, 194
Kellersberger, Getulius: 161, 166
Kendall County: 97
Kenedy, Mifflin: 222, 232
Kensington: 91
Kerby, Robert L.: 271, 186
Kerr County: 94-96
Killough, I. G.: 142
Kimmey, M. M.: 221
King, J. W.: 249
King, N. J.: 159
King, Richard: 216, 221, 232, 236
King Ranch: 223, 248
Kiowas: 17
Kittredge, John W.: 159, 160
Knights of Golden Circle: 19, 39, 84, 89, 180
Know-Nothings: 10, 14
Kuechler, Jacob: 94-96
Kuhn's Wharf: 163, 186
Kuykendall, James H.: 67
Kyrisk, Joseph: 55

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Labuzan, Augustine S.: 154
Ladies Aid Association of Houston: 184
La Grange: 253
Lake Providence: 261, 263, 267
Lamar, Mirabeau B.: 291
Lamar County: 21
Lane, J. L.: 303
Lane, W. P.: 303
Lane Rangers: 58, 68, 72. See also Walter P. Lane Rangers
Lang, Willis L.: 139
Langstroth, James N.: 220
Laredo: 211, 217, 219, 291, 317, 318, 313-326
Laurel Hill: 198
Lavaca: 162, 321
lawyers: in the army, 56
Lay, George W: 32
Leach, Edward A.: 54
Ledbetter, Billy D.: 4
Lee, Albert L.: 295
Lee, Custis: 345
Lee, Robert E.: ix, xi, xvii, 110, 125, 137, 338, 342; in Texas, 31-32; at Gettysburg, 77; surrenders, 78, 231, 253, 313, 335, 339-340; need for food, 238; fondness for Texans, 345-346
Lewis, William: 102
Liberty: 48
Likens, James B.: 156
Lincoln, Abraham: vii, 99, 152, 271; and Emancipation Proclamation, xvi; elected, 17, 18, 25, 82; meets with A. J. Hamilton, 115; interested in Texas, 191
Littlefield, George T: 67, 73-74
Little Rock: 231
localism: 23
Locke, J. L.: 239
Lockridge, S. A.: 138,143
Longstreet, James: ix n, 70, 205, 238, 399, 344
"Longstreet moccasins": 70
Longstreet's Corps: 340
Lopez, Albino: 84, 93,113, 227-228
Loring, William W: 132
Lower South: 12-13, 17, 19, 22
Loyal League: 87
Lubbock, Francis: viii n, 95, 104-105, 158, 167, 184, 191, 291, 320; and enrollment of troops, 56; and Texas cotton plan, 225; supports Davis administration, 275; and frontier protection, 278-279
Lubbock, Henry: 167
Lubbock, Thomas S.: 60
Luckett, Philip N.: 37, 93, 319

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McCaslin, Richard: 81
McCord, James: 285
McCown, Jerome B.: 102, 139
McCulloch, Ben: ix-x, 36-39, 43
McCulloch, Henry E.: 41, 88-90,106, 136, 282, 319
McDonald, Archie P.: viii n, 178
McGaffey, Neal: 196
McGillery, Lee: 252
McHatton-Ripley, Eliza: xiv
McKinney, T. E.: 226
McLean, Wilmer: 340
McLean House: 340
McLeod, Hugh: 183, 316
Maclin, Sackfield: 37,136
McMahan, M. V.: 304
McNeill, Henry C.: 138
McPherson, James: 256, 259, 266
McRae, C. D.: 96-97
Madison, George T.: 104, 296, 303
Magruder, John B.: xiv, xvii; succeeds Hebert, 65, 162; at Galveston, 104; and defenses at Galveston, 112, 166; recaptures Galveston, 163-165, 186; strengthens Sabine Pass defenses, 171-173, 193, 199, 200; praises Sabine Pass defenders, 177, 202; sends troops to Louisiana, 259, 292; opposes state militia law, 279- 281; expects Federal attack, 321-323; praises John Ford, 327
Major, James P.: 297, 302-304, 307-309
Majors Division: 294, 296- 297, 301
Maltby, William N.: 171
Manly, John H.: 155, 159
Mansfield, battle of: 66, 193-194,196-197, 299-300, 308
Marks and Co.: 215
Marmaduke, John S.: 231, 261
Marshall, Charles: 338-340, 342
Marshall, John: 18
Marshall: 17
Marshall Conference: 224
Marten, James: book noted, 81, 246; article by, 245-254
martial law: 81, 87, 104; in south Texas, 93; in Texas, 95-96
Martin, Charles: 320
Martin, Patrick: 201
Martin, William K. "Howdy": 50, 346
Massie, E. L.: 207
Matagorda: 159; Island, 151, 153,171; Bay, 157,162, 167; Peninsula, 321
Matamoros: xv, 84, 90-91, 111-112, 115, 158, 211, 212, 2l8, 220-221, 223, 227, 230-231, 252, 292, 317, 321-322, 328-331
Maverick, Samuel: 37
Maxey, Samuel Bell: x, 88, 309
Maximilian: 191, 328, 331
Maxwell, J. L.: 253
Mayer & Co.: 217
meat packing: in Jefferson, Texas, 242-243
Medford, Harvey C: 68
Meiners, Fredericka: article by, cited, 212; article by, 289-310
Mejia, Tomas: 330-331
Merritt, C. H.: 322
Mesilla valley: 131, 134, 136, 147-148
Mexicans: 92, 252, 317-319, 330-331; attitude toward blacks, 14, 252; support Union, 92; recruited for U.S. Army, 121
"Mexican Goods": 217
Mexican Texans: 55-56, 68
Mexican War: 8
Mexico: 213-215, 217, 221, 225, 227, 229
Midnight: 158
Mier: 220
Miles, Josh: 251
Military District of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona: 279
militia, Texas: 34, 279-280, 320
Millikens Bend: 256-258, 269, 265, 270
Mills, A. N.: 93
Milmo, Patricio: 215, 225-226, 232
Mitchell, Reid: 48
Mississippi River: 269, 272
Monett's Ferry, battle of: 301-304
Monongahela: 171
Monterrey: 90, 215, 217, 225, 227, 232, 291
Montgomery, William: 112, 228
Montgomery: 91, 220
Moore, John C.: xiii, 153
Moore, Van: 251
"Morgan's Mule": 59
Morning Light: 165-166, 188-189
Mosley, John: 252
Moseley, William G.: 155, 163, 309
Mount Prairie: xv
Muir, Andrew Forest: article by, 177-209
Murfreesboro: xii
Murrah, Pendleton: 56, 105, 275, 278-281, 283-287
Murray, J. G. D.: 197
Mustang Island: 171
mutiny: by Vidal, 93- 94; by Galveston garrison, 168
Myers, Abram: 31

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Nashville: 77
Natchitoches: 293
nationalism: 6, 8, 24
naval blockade: and Texas, viii, xiv, 154, 161, 174
Neal, Benjamin: 155,158
Neblett, Lizzie: 250
Negroes: 103, 247, 333. See also blacks
Nelms, Americus L. ("Lee"): 78
Nelson, Allison: x
Neptune: 162,164
Newcomb, James P.: 3, 22, 83-84, 88-89
New Iberia: 242
New Mexico campaign: 130; march to New Mexico, 129-149
New Mexico Territory: 67, 134, 135, 145, 147
New Orleans: 44, 158, 174, 192, 193
New Orleans Daily Picayune: 43
Niblett"s Bluff: 190
Nichols, Ebenezer B.: 39, 182, 316
Nichols, James L.: 235
Nineteenth Army Corps (U.S.): 114, 192, 295
Nineteenth Texas Cavalry: 261-262, 264, 267, 272
Ninth Texas Cavalry: xii, 64
Ninth Texas Infantry: 68
Noel, Theophilus: 51
Nolan, Mat: 92, 323-324
North Carolina: 275
Northern Sub-District of Texas: 282
Northrop, L. B.: 235-236, 238, 240-241
Noyes, Edward J.: 124
Nueces, battle of: 96-97
Nullification Crisis: 32

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Oates, Stephen B.: 51; enrollment figures of, viii n; article by, 313-335
O'Brien, George W.: 69
occupations: of Texas soldiers, 56
Ochiltree, T. P.: 139
Oden, William M.: 68
Odium, Annie Elizabeth: 178
Odium, Benjamin: 178
Odium, Edward John: 182
Odium, Frederick: 155, 165, 181-182, 184-186, 188, 193,195-197, 206
Oldham, W. S.: 83
Oliver, Jose: 215
Oliver, Lorenzo: 215
One Hundred Twenty-Eighth New York: 113
Opposition: 10, 14
Orange (Texas): 187
Orlando: 218
Orr, Henry G.: 69, 262, 270-271
Otero, Miguel: 134
Owasco: 162-165
Owsley, Frank: 276

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Palmer, Bigelow: 94
Palmetto (Palmito) Ranch: ix, xvii, 329, 332-334
Panna Maria Grays: 55
Parker County: 22
Parrish, T. Michael: xiv n, 290
Parson, Mosby M.: 302
Parsons, W. H.: 261-262, 263-270
Parsons' Brigade: 261, 264, 268-269, 271
Paschal, George W.: 85, 89, 99
Pass Cavallo: 158
Pate, Charles: 54
Patton, E. S. R.: 54
Patton, J. M.: 94
"Paul Revere of Civil War": xvi
Payne, T. W.: 112
Peace Party: and conspiracy, 86-87
Pease, Elisha: viii, 85, 110
Pelican Spit: 159, 167, 173
Pemberton, John: 270
Perry, Eudora: 50
Perry, Flavius W.: 74
Perry, James S.: 155
Perryville: xii
Petersburg: 248
physicians: in Confederate army, 56
Piedras Negras: 219, 226
Pierce, Franklin: 229
Pierce, Leonard, Jr.: 111, 221
Pleasant Grove: 295-296
Pleasant Hill, battle of: 55, 66, 281, 296-298
Poison Spring: 257, 271-272
Polignac, Prince de: xiii, 66, 297
Polignac's Brigade: xiii
Polignac's Division: 297
Polley, J. B.: 338
Pope, John: 58
Porter, David: 260, 267, 269, 291, 301
Porter, J. S.: 64
Porter, Sophie Coffee Butts: xv
Port Hudson: 259-260, 269, 271
Port Isabel: 153, 332
Port Lavaca: viii
Potter, M. M.: 156
Powell, Robert M.: 338, 345
Power, Charles: 222
Presidio del Norte: 144
Prisoners of War: Texans, 59-60; Union, 335
Pyron's Regiment: 187

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Quaker guns: 161, 166 Quayle, William: 282-283 Quintero, Jose Agustin: 214-216, 219-222, 225-226, 229-230

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Rabb, Virgil S.: 69
Rachel Seaman: 158
Ramsdell, Charles W: 3-4, 6, 236
Ranches Las Rucias: 326
Randal's Brigade: 263
Randolph, George G.: 218
Raquet, Henry W: 137, 142
reading habits: of soldiers, 72
Reagan, John H.: 5, 14, 16, 18, 25, 43
recruitment of soldiers: 56-57
Red River campaign: ix, xiii, 77, 172, 280, 289-310
Reid, Hugh T: 268
Reily, James: 137, 140-141
Reindeer: 160
religion: of Texas soldiers, 73
Renshaw, W. W.: 162-165
Republicans: 15, 17-19, 22, 24-25
Resolutions of the Texas Brigade: 341
Reuss, Joseph M.: 155, 158, 162
Revolutionary War: 10
Reynosa: 228
Rhyne brothers: 213
Richardson, Sam: 51
Richardson, Willard: 105
Ringgold Barracks: 92, 120, 183, 322-323, 325-326
Rio Grande: 92, 93, 117, 120-122, 144, 218-219, 231, 252, 314, 317-318, 328-331
Rio Grande City: 92, 120, 317, 314
Rio Grande Valley: 134, 144, 171, 182, 230, 322, 328
Riordan, John: 205
Ripley, Eliza Moore McHatton: 217
Robards, W. L.: 138
Roberts, O. M.: xiii, 83, 321
Robertson, George Lee: 57, 68, 78
Robertson, James I., Jr.: 48
Robertson, John C.: 37-38
Robinson, W. N.: 327, 332-333
Roebuck: 195
Rogers, L. M.: 217
Rogers, W. P.: xiii
Romeo: 268
Ross, Lawrence Sullivan: x
Ross, Susan: 251
Rosser, Tom: x, xi n
Ross's Cavalry Brigade: xii
Royal Yacht: 157
Russell, Charles: 216, 226

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Sabine City: 192, 196, 200-201
Sabine Lake: 190
Sabine Pass: battle of, xiv, 114, 168-171, 177-209; defenses of, 151, 153,
154, 156, 160,173; yellow fever at, 190; aftermath of battle of, 202, 207
Sachem: 160, 163-164, 168-170, 197-199
Safford, Henry: 229
salt: 242
Sam Houston: 154, 159
San Antonio: xv, 33-34, 37-38, 39, 88-90, 142-143, 217, 319, 323
San Bernard River: xvii
Sandefer, H. L.: 178
San Luis Pass: 151, 159
San Martin ranch: 329-330
Sansom, J. W.: 94
Santee: 159
Sappington & Owings: 219
Savage, Leslie: 104
Sayers, Joseph D.: 54,138
Sayles, John: 279
Schneider, E. B. H.: 155
Scott, Chief John: 56
Scott, Winfield: 31-33, 37, 139
Scull, Sally: xvi
Scurry, William R.: x, 137, 141, 163
Sea Queen: 223
Seaton, Benjamin: 60-61, 74
secession: 4; of lower South, vii; convention, of Texas, vii-viii, 20-21, 35, 130, 152-153, 174-175, 182, 314-315; of Texas, vii-viii, 3, 82; and unionism, 6; and Sam Houston, 82; of South Carolina, 82
secessionists: 3, 14-15, 18, 20-21, 24-25, 30, 34, 42, 110
Second Frontier District: 182
Second Illinois Cavalry: 124
Second Manassas, battle of: 53
Second New York Regiment: 125
Second Texas Cavalry (Confederate): 318
Second Texas Cavalry (Union): 84, 109, 120-121, 325, 332
Second Texas Infantry: xiii, 49, 57
Second Texas Mounted Rifles: 52, 129-130, 146
Seddon, J. A.: 238
Sells, Abram: 249
Semmes, Raphael: 166, 218
Seven Days, battle of: 57
Seventeenth Texas Cavalry: 74
Seventh Texas Cavalry: xiii, 52, 55, 138, 145, 148
Seward, William Henry: 115
Sexton, Franklin B.: 4
Shark: 154, 182, 314
Sharpsburg, battle of: xi, 53, 58-59
Shea, D. D.: 155, 158, 162, 167,171
Sheridan, Philip H.: 126, 338
Sherman, Sidney: 153,183
Sherman, Sidney, Jr.: 165
Sherman, Thomas West: 113
Sherman, William T: 77, 241, 291
Shiloh, battle of: x, xii-xiii
Shook, Robert: 82
Showalter, Daniel: 323, 327, 329
Shreveport: 290-291, 294
Sibley, Henry Hopkins: early career of, 129, 131-132, 133; recruits troops, 134-136, 138; addresses Brigade, 141; assumes command of Army of New Mexico, 145; supply problems of, 146-147; retreats to San Antonio, 149
Sibley Brigade: xiii-xiv, 51-54, 61, 64, 129-130, 151; organized, 132-133, 135-136; recruiting for, 135-136, 139-140; equipment and supplies for, 136, 139, 145-147; officers of, 138-139; marches to New Mexico, 140-145; arrives at Fort Bliss, 144-146; in New Mexico, 147-148; retreat of, 148-149
Sibley tent: 131
Silesians: in Confederate army, 55
Simmons, John: 265
Simpson, Burke: 248
Simpson, Harold B.: 54; article by, 337-347
Sixteenth Texas Infantry: 262
Sixth Michigan Regiment: 113
Sixth Texas Cavalry: xii, 64
Sixty-Second U. S. Colored Infantry: 332
Slaughter, James: 125, 230, 327, 331-332, 334-335
slavery: and secession in Texas, 2, 6, 7; in lower South, 12
slaves: in Texas, 2; assist Confederate armies, 60, 247-248; behavior in Civil War, 248-251; and relations with whites, 249-250; behavior deteriorates, 250- 251; in Union army, 251, 259; migrate to Texas, 251-252
Smith, A. J.: 303
Smith, Ashbel: xiii
Smith, David P.: article by, 275-287
Smith, Edmund Kirby: xvii, 41, 125, 149, 271; and Trans-Mississippi department, 78, 88; surrenders, 174; and Cotton Bureau, 225-226, 231; and problems of beef, 239, 243; and conflict over treatment of blacks, 259-261, 269; and conflict over conscription, 280- 281, 283-284; and Red River campaign, 291-293, 298- 299, 302, 308-309
Smith, H. M.: 217
Smith, Henry (private): 74
Smith, Henry (slave): 248
Smith, J. M.: 34
Smith, James: 102
Smith, Larkin: 40
Smith, Leon: 162,170, 195-197
Smith, Nicholas H.: 196
Smith, Niles H.: 170
Smith, Ralph J.: 49, 51
Smith, William Henry: 64
Smyrl, Frank H.: article by, 109-126
snowball fights: 71
South Carolina: vii, 82
South Carolina: 154
Spaight, Ashley W: 161
Spaight's Battalion: 161, 165, 187
Stancel, Jesse: 114
Stanton, Edwin M.: 115
Stapp, Darwin M.: 157
Starr, James Franklin: 64, 67
State Military Board: 226
state rights: 275-276
Steele, Frederick: ix, 281, 290-291
Steele, William: 138, 301
Stevens, Walter H.: 154
Stillman, Charles: 221, 232
Stone, Kate: 270
Stone, R. H.: 104
Stone, William: 219
"Sub Marine Propeller": 167
Sub Military District of the Rio Grande: 89, 292
Sulakowski, V: 166, 191, 193
Sumner, Edwin V.: 135
Sutton, J. S.: 138
Swenson, S. M.: 99
Sydnor, John S.: 156

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Tamaulipas: 84, 93, 220, 227, 317
Tampico: 220
Tappan, James C.: 263, 265, 270
Taylor, Richard: xiii, 149; as district commander, 66, 259, 265; cautioned by Grant, 271; in Red River campaign, 291, 293-299, 302; praises Bee, 299; criticizes Bee, 306-307
Taylor, Robert: 89
Taylor, Robert S.: 345
Taylor, Zachary: 8, 160
Taylor Bayou: 161
Teche campaign: 114
Tenth Texas Field Battery: 261
Tegner, Fritz: 96
Tejanos: 55-56
Temple, Philip G.: 124
Tenth Legislature: 106
Tenth Texas Infantry: 61
Terrell, A. W.: 193
Terrell's Regiment: 197
Terry, Benjamin F: xi, 53, 60, 64, 316
Terry's Texas Rangers: xi-xii, 51, 53, 55, 60, 67, 73, 316
Territory of Arizona: 146, 148
Texans: in Confederate army, 47-78; as prisoners of war, 59-60; discipline of, 60; as deserters, 61; reaction to black soldiers, 67, 257-272; in Union army, 109-126; killed by Indians, 277
Texas: blockade of, viii, 211; women in, xiv-xvi, 50, 98, 178, 196, 217, 248, 250, 252; secession in, 1-26; slavery in, 2, 7, 246-254; nationalism in, 3, 8, 18, 22, 24, 26; unionists in, 3-4, 8-9, 11, 18, 81-107; localism in, 8-9; secessionists in, 14-15,18-21, 24, 33, 34; surrender of U.S. troops in, 29-44; commissioners of, 37; martial law in, 81, 93, 95,104; secession convention in, 82, 130, 182, 314; coastal defense of, 151-174; plan for cotton in, 225; and meat for Confederate army, 235- 243; state rights in, 275-276; conscription in, 276-287; militia of, 279-281; Army of, 313-314; frontier defense of, 319
Texas and New Orleans Railroad: 192
Texas Rangers: 39, 315
Texas State Gazette: 18
Texas State Military Board: 224-226
Texas State Troops: 279
"Texas Troubles": 6, 246-247
Third Arkansas Infantry: xi, 337, 345
Third Battalion Texas Artillery: 154
Third Texas Cavalry: xii, 50, 52, 54, 57, 61, 67, 72
Third Texas Infantry: 56, 168
Thirteenth Texas Cavalry: 54
Thirteenth Texas Infantry: 155
Thirty-First Texas Cavalry: 75
Thirty-Fourth Indiana Regiment: 333
Thirty-Second Texas Cavalry: 68
Thirty-Seventh Illinois Regiment: 120
Thomas, George: 31
Thomas, James G.: 254
Thomas, Lorenzo: 33, 35
Thomas, W. H.: 242
Thompson, Jerry Don: 109-110, 130, 314
Throckmorton, James W.: viii, 23, 82-83, 85, 87, 106, 110, 285
Tindel, Ann: 50
Tolbert, Frank X.: 177
townball: 71
Tranconis, Juan B.: 227
Trans-Mississippi Department: xvii, 78, 88,152, 225-226, 239, 242-243, 259, 271-272, 282, 290-291
"Traveller": 340
Travis County: 98
True Issue (La Grange): 8
Truss, John: 66
Turner, Jim: 50, 61
Twelfth Texas Cavalry: 69, 261, 263-264, 266, 270-272
Twenty-Fourth Missouri (Union): 297
Twenty-Fourth Texas Cavalry: 55, 56, 59
Twenty-Second Texas Infantry: 265
Twenty-Seventh Texas Cavalry: xii
Twenty-Third Texas Cavalry: 123
Twiggs, David E.: 29-44, 130, 183
Tyler, Ronnie: article by, 211-232
Tyler (Texas): xv, 253

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Uncle Ben: 165, 169, 187, 194
uniforms: of Texas soldiers, 50-51
Union: 2, 5, 8-10, 12, 14, 19, 21-22, 24-26
Union army: Texans in, 109-126
unionists: in Texas, viii, ix, 3-4, 6, 8-9, 11, 14, 18-19, 20-21, 94, 228; leaders in Texas, 83-85; in north Texas, 85-88; plot by, 86-87; among Germans, 89; homes burned, 266-267
Union Loyal League: 95-96
Upper South: 12, 13
Urbahan, A.: 225
U. S. troops: surrender in Texas, ix, 29-44

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Vandiver, Frank: article by, 235-243
Van Dorn, Earl: 43-44, 47, 65, 133, 155-156, 159
Van Dorn Guards: 155
Velasco: 158, 173
Velocity: 165, 188-189
Vernon, John A.: 158, 162
Vicksburg: xiii, 77, 168, 236, 238, 258-259, 261-262, 268-270
Vidal, Adrian J.: 93-94, 122-123
Vidal's Partisan Rangers: 122-123
Vidaurri, Santiago: 214-216, 219-221, 225-229
vigilantes: 247
Vinton, H.: 37
Virginia Point: 161, 163, 186
Von Harten, Edward: 155, 158, 163, 185

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Waite, Carlos A.: 35, 38, 40-41, 43-44, 83
Walker, John G.: 125, 260-263, 265, 269, 295, 297, 299-300, 309, 328
Walker's Texas Division: xii-xiii, 259-260, 262, 295, 299
Wallace, Lew: 125, 230, 331-332
Walker, Leroy P.: 276
Waller, Edward: 54, 316
Walter P. Lane Rangers: 51, 72. See also Lane Rangers
Walton, William ("Buck"): 72
War Department: 33
War of 1812:10
Washburn, Cadwallader: 171
Watkins, Oscar M.: 165, 187,189
Watson, James Monroe: 64, 75
Watson, William: 218
Waul, Thomas N.: xiii, 55, 83
Waul's Legion: xiii, 55
weapons: of Texas soldiers, 51-52
Webb, William G.: 102-104
Weitzel, Godfrey: 195
Welles, Gideon: 174
West, Charles S.: 284
Western Gulf Blockading Squadron: 174
Western Sub-District: 292, 319-320, 331
Westfield: 163-165, 168
Wharton, John A.: x, xii, 60, 301-302, 306, 309
Whigs: 10, 23, 25
White, P. W: 239-240
Whitely, Robert H. K.: 37
White Ranch: 332
Whitmore, George: viii
Wier, A. R.: 154, 162, 164
Wigfall, Louis T.: 14, 53, 64, 83
Wilderness, battle of: xi
Wiley, Bell: 48, 56, 235, 260
Willke, Herman: 160
Wilson, D. W.: 333
Wilson, George R.: 163
Wilson's Creek, battle of: 58
Wingate, David: 189
Wise County: 85-87
Witt, Rube: 248
women: xv, 50, 74-75, 98, 178, 196, 217, 223-224, 248, 250, 252
Woodhouse and Co.: 215
Woods, P. C.: 303
Woodsonville, Kentucky: xii
Wooster, Ralph A.: 152, 286; article by, 47-78
Wooster, Robert: article by, 47-78
Wooten, Dudley G.: viii n
Wright, Henry C.: 60, 69
Wroe, Sallie: 252

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Yager, W. O.: 300 yellow fever: in Galveston, 173; in Sabine Pass, 190; in Galveston and Houston (1867), 206-207 Young, Litt: 251
Young, William Cocke: ix

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Zapata, Octaviano: 229 Zapata County: 92 Zapp, Robert: 102