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Purchase, 1803-1841 (1914). Documentary collections are Louis Houck, The Spanish RSgime in Missouri, 2 vols. (1909); James Alexander Robertson, Louisiana under the Rule of Spain, France, and the United States, 1 vols. (1911); and Bolton's Athanase de MSzieres, just cited.

The Anglo-spanish Border. The materials for the Anglo-Spanish border are still scattered and are to be found chiefly in the separate histories of the West Indies, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and of the intercolonial wars. Especially useful are the works of Shea and Barcia, already cited, and Sir William Laird Clowes (and others) The Royal Navy, 7 vols. (1897-190S).

INDEX

Abrado, Marchioness, bride of
, Ulloa, 240

A coma, Alvarado reaches, 94;

Castafieda's description of,

94; Espejo goes to, 168:

Onate captures, 174
Aguayo, Marquis de, Texas

expedition, 227
Alabama, De Soto in, 51, 59-

60

Alamo (San Antonio), mission

started, 226
Alaniz, companion of Vaca, 30;

death, SI
Alarcon cooperates with Coro-

nado, 89, 107
Albuquerque, 183; textiles

manufactured at, 185
Alva, _ Duke of, on Spanish

subjection of Louisiana,

242-43

Alvarado, Hernando de. mem-
ber of Coronado's expedi-
tion, 94-95, 96

Alvarado, Pedro de, conqueror
of Guatemala, death (1541),
107

Amazons, legend of California,

105, 106
Amichel, Spanish name for

Texas coast, 10
Anian, Strait of, quest of

fabled, 108, 117, 174, 208;

Drake and, 113, 114, 169;

leads to discovery of Bering

Strait, 118, 258
Anza, Juan Bautista, Califor-
nia expedition, 269-72; first

to cross Sierras, 271; leads
colonv to San Francisco,
272-76

Apache Indians, Estevanico
crosses present reservation
of, 83; and Coronado, 99;
part in Pueblo Revolt (1680),
179; Spanish policy regard-
ing, 190; Kino and, 200;
depredations in Sonora, 201;
block trade with New Mex-
ico, 230; Mezieres's cam-
paign of extermination, 252;
steal horses of Anza's colo-
nists, 275

Appalachee Bay. Narvaex
reaches, 23

Appalachen, Indian town in
northern Florida, 21, 22

Aquixo (Arkansas) cacique
visits De Soto, 65-66

Aranda, Count of, on Spanish
acquisition of Louisiana, 242

Arbadaos Indians, Vaca
among, 39-40

Arellano, Tristan de Luna y,
with Coronado's expedition,
89, 92, 100, 102; Florida
expedition, 131-32; replaced
as leader by Villafafie, 132

Arikara Indians, fur traders
among, 255

Arizona, settlement, 188; mis-
sions in, 191; Kino's mission-
ary enterprise, 192, 193-96,
198-201; Jesuit missionary
revival (1732), 201; silver
discovered, 201-02; origin

Arizona—Continued

of name, 201; added to

United States, 257
Arkansas, De Soto traverses,

51, 65; Moscoso crosses,

75

Ascensi6n, Father, accompan-
ies Vizcaino's expedition,
115, 267

Asinai (Texas) Indians, Massa-
net goes to, 216; welcome
Spaniards, 225

Aubry, commands French
army at New Orleans, 2S8,
239, 244; and Ulloa, 241;
and O'Reilly, 245, 246; sails
for France, 249; drowned,
249

Austin, Moses, Spanish grants

to, 256, 257 .
Avavares Indians, Vaca among

the, o8-39
Aviles, Pedro Menendez de, see

Menendez
Axacan, mission founded at,

159

Ayll6n, Lucas Vasquez de,
expedition into Florida, 12-
13; obtains patent to Chi-
cora, 15; settlement, 16-18;
death (1526), 18

Aztecs, conquest by Cortes, 12;
worth trouble of conquering,
190

Bacallaos River (St. Lawrence),
150; see also St. Lawrence
River

Baez, Brother, Jesuit, compiles
first grammar in United
States, 159

Bahama Channel, Ponce de
Le6n discovers, 9

Balboa, Vasco Nunez de, De
Soto brother-in law to, 46

Barrientos, historian of Me-
nendez, quoted, 149

Beaujeu, naval commander
with La Salle, 209-10

Belen, mission settlement at,

185

Beltran, Father, Franciscan,
accompanies Espejo, 168

Benavides, Father, account of
Queres mission, 178

Bent, Charles, American pio-
neer, 187

Bercerillo, dog belonging to
Ponce de Le6n, 5

Bering, Vitus, expedition, 258

Beteta, Gregorio de, Domini-
can monk, accompanies
Fray Luis Cancer, 123, 125,
126, 127; with Villafafte, 133

Bienville, J. B. le Moyne,
Sieur de, brother of Iber-
ville, Governor of Louisiana,
220; founds New Orleans,
220; captures Pensacola,
226; protests transfer of
Louisiana to Spain, 237

Biloxi, French fort built at, 219

Bimini, Island of, Ponce de
Le6n seeks, 6

Biscayne Bay, Spanish fort on,
154

Boisblanc, leader in Louisiana
revolt, 248

Bolton, H. E., ed.. Kino's
Historical Memoir, quoted,
198-99, 203-04

Boneo, Governor, and St.
Denis, 229, 230

Boone, Daniel, 256

Borme, fur trader, 251

Boscana, Padre, preserves In-
dian song, 289

Boyano, Sergeant, with Me-
nendez, 153, 158

Braud, arrested after Louisi-
ana revolt, 246; released,
247

British East India Company,
115

Bua, Governor of San Juan
pueblo, Pope slays, 179

Bucarely, Viceroy, Anza and,
272

Burr, Aaron, plans filibustering
raid, 257

Cabesa de Vaoa> Alvar Nufiez,

set Vaca

Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez, com-
mands sea expedition of
Mendoza, 108-11; death
(1548), 111

Cadillac, Governor of Louisi-
ana, 220

Cale, De Soto at, 52, 53

California, Montalvo's legend
of island of, 105; Cortes
names, 107; Cabrillo's ex-
pedition to, 108-12; Urda-
neta reaches, 112-18; Drake
on coast of, 113; Cermeflo
seeks port on coast of, 114;
Vizcaino's expedition, 114-
119; Viceroy urges efforts be
concentrated on, 177; Fran-
ciscans in, 206; missions,
206, 279-87; added to
United States, 257; settle-
ment, 258 et seq.; Portola's
expedition, 259-68; Anza's
expedition, 269-72; colony
led by Anza to San Francisco,
272-76; other settlements,
277; Serra's work in, 277-
279, 281; Government policy
regarding missions, 282-84;
secularization of missions,
283-84; colonization, 289;
primitive life in, 290-95;
bibliography, 301-02

California, Gulf of, Oftate
explores, 176

California, Lower, discovered,
106; Vizcaino commissioned
to colonize, 114; Jesuits in,
188, 191, 196, 197, 202-05,
206; Kino's missionary en-
terprise, 192,196;Salvatierra
in, 196, 197, 202-05; Kino's
theory of geography of, 197;
Dominicans in, 206; bibliog-
raphy, 800

Caliquen, De Soto at, 53, 54-
55

Canada settled by French,
129

Canaveral, Cape, Ponce de

Leon at, 8
Cancer, Luis, Dominican friar,

Florida expedition, 121-28,

189

Canoes, Town of, Cabrillo at,
110

Cape Fear River, Ayll6n calls

Jordan, 17
Cardenas, L6pez de, views

Grand Canyon, 92, 93
Caresse, leader in Louisiana

revolt, 248
Carlos, cacique in Florida, 8,

11

Carlos III of Spain, accession,
232; reforms, 233, 234

Carolina, De Soto in, 51; tee
also North Carolina, South
Carolina

Caroline, Fort, French settle-
ment, 136, 137; menace to
New Spain, 138; Ribaut at,
140, 144; Menendez mas-
sacres French at, 145; re-
christened Fort San Mateo,
146; French reprisal at,
157-58

Carson, Kit, 187

Cartagena, sacked by English,
162

Cartier, Jacques, discovers St.
Lawrence River, 128, 150

Castafieda, historian of Coro-
nado's expedition, 90, 165;
describes Grand Canyon,
92-93; on A coma, 94; de-
scription of Texas country,
99-100

Castillo, Vaca and, 28, 36, 38.
39

Catherine de' Medici, Philip II
marries daughter of, 135;
Philip and, 139; and mas-
sacre of Ribaut's colony, 165

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