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A memorandum of the Creek Indian War
Noah J.T. George
|Statement||Ed. by W. Stanley Hoole|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, schema:MediaObject\/a>. The first edition of Halbert and Ball's Creek War was published inand a new edition containing an introductory essay, supplementary notes, a bibliography, and an index by Frank L.
Owsley Jr., was published in This standard account of one of the most controversial wars in which Americans have fought is again available, with introductory materials and a bibliography 5/5(1).
The Creek War was part of the centuries-long American Indian is usually considered part of the War of because it was influenced by Tecumseh's War in the Old Northwest, was concurrent with the American-British war and involved many of the same participants, and the Red Sticks had sought British support and aided Admiral Cochrane's advance towards New Location: Southern United States.
Tohopeka: Rethinking the Creek War and the War of First Edition. The best modern treatment of the Creek Indian war, culminating in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (Tohopeka) and Andrew Jackson’s total destruction of the Red Stick faction. Read more. Helpful/5(6).
A memorandum of the Creek Indian war. Meredith, N.H: Printed by R. Lothrop for the author. MLA Citation. George, Noah J. A memorandum of the Creek Indian war [microform] / by Noah Jackson George Printed by R.
Lothrop for the author. Andrew Jackson - Record Books - Jackson Order Book during the Creek Indian War, Florida, Created / Published Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 34 of Andrew Jackson - Record Books - Jackson Order Book during the Creek Indian War, Florida, About this Item.
Image. Pages. Previous Page Memorandum book, Contributor: Jackson, Andrew Date: Creek War, (–14), war that resulted in U.S.
victory over Creek Indians, who were British allies during the War ofresulting in vast cession of their lands in Alabama and Shawnee leader Tecumseh, who expected British help in recovering hunting grounds lost to settlers, travelled to the south to warn of dangers to native cultures posed by whites.
Disputes within the tribe culminated in the Red Stick War, a civil war among Creeks that quickly spilled over into conflict between Indians and white settlers and was ultimately used by U.S. authorities to justify their policy of Indian by: The Second Creek War (), also called the Creek War ofwas a conflict between the U.S.
Army and Alabama and Georgia militias and a faction of the Creek Nation seeking redress for long-standing grievances in Alabama. These Creeks, residing primarily in towns along the Chattahoochee River in the present-day Alabama counties of Chambers, Macon, Pike.
It consisted of 2, acres in Bedford and present Campbell counties, just below the confluence of Judith’s Creek and the James River and within the present limits of the city of Lynchburg, and acres across the James River in Amherst County (Farm Book, p.
7 description begins Thomas Jefferson’s “Farm Book,” Ben Whitehead v. Belsches. The pl. sues in the county court for his freedom. His grandmother was an Indian brought in and sold by an Indian trader, not taken in war.
He does not know the precise time when she was brought, but gives these hints. She was a girl of perhaps 6. or 7. The Creek "War" ofalso known as the Second Creek War or Creek Alabama Uprising,  was a conflict in Alabama at the time of Indian Removal between the Muscogee Creek people and non-native land speculators and squatters.
Although the Creek people had been forced from Georgia under the Treaty of Washington ofwith many Lower Creeks. Creek Indian War May 5, GA & Al. William McIntosh, leader of Lower Creeks Captain Hardin had 50 soldiers in his company from Twiggs County July Book A (entry"Abstract list of Indian applicants for military bounty lands") is a list of Indian applicants for military bounty land under the act of March 3,showing the name, tribe, service and length thereof, names of officers under whom service is claimed, date of the completion of papers sent, name and post office address of.
Baldwin County GAGenWeb Page. Indian Wars CREEK Search the Southeast Native American Documents, Creek Indian War War of The short historical section focuses on the Creek War and five biographical sketches.
Corkran, David H. The Creek Frontier, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Creek Indian Records, "a collection of records and links for those researching their Creek-Muscogee ancestors" but of great value to historians also.
Compiled by Lance. Though a relatively small war, the Creek Indian War of was full of larger-than-life characters. From native prophets to a future president of the United States, it was the testing ground for some fascinating and sometimes very capable commanders. Chief Menawa The Creek War of began as a civil war, largely centered among the Upper Creeks, whose towns were located on the Coosa, Tallapoosa, and upper reaches of the Alabama struggle pitted a faction of the Creeks who became known as Red Sticks against those Creeks who supported the National Council, a relatively new body that had developed from the.
(Record Group 94) ca.(bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS ca.(bulk ) Correspondence Orders, muster rolls, and returns Records relating to regular army personnel Records relating to .President of the United States during the War of which included the Creek Indian War: Davy Crocket: Served under General John Coffee and as a scout for Jackson during the Creek War: Pushmataha: Pushmataha was a Choctaw chief who kept his people out of the Creek War remaining loyal to the Americans.Memoranda: Travles in the Teritory of Missourie; Travle to the Kayuse War; Together with a Report on the Indians South of the Columbia River Robert Newell Champoeg Press, - Fur trade - pages.