5 edition of McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian leaders found in the catalog.
|Statement||Benjamin W. Griffith, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||E99.C9 M385 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||86014663|
Road to Disappearance:A History of the Creek Indians by Andgie Debo. Well thought, in depth, history of the Creek Nation from the author of And Still the Waters Run:The Betrayal of the Five Civilized Tribes McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders by Benjamin W. Griffith, Jr. Two men who, more than any other, affected the Creek Indian Nation. Eggleston, George C. Red Eagle and the Wars with the Creek Indians of Alabama. New York: Dodd, Mead, Griffith, Benjamin W. McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, White Lieutenant. Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. "The White Lieutenant and Some of His Contemporaries.".
McIntosh and Weatherford: Creek Indian Leaders. Red Eagle. The McGillivray and McIntosh Traders: On the Old Southwest Frontier A New Order of Things: Property, Power, and the Transformation of the Creek Indians, (Studies in North American Indian History) Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide: Box Office. McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders By Benjamin W. Griffith Jr University of Alabama Press, Read preview Overview McGillivray of the Creeks .
Superintendent of Indian Trade. Letter Book of the Creek Trading House, FHL Film: Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Indian Trade, Creek Factory Records, 13 microfilm. FHL Collection. Treaties [edit | edit source] The year link, the date of the treaty will connect to an online copy of the Treaty. During the Creek Indian War, that had begun Aug , with the Indian attack on Fort Mims, an engagement took place between the Georgia militia, under Gen. Floyd, 1 and the Creek Indians, Janu , on Calebee Creek, about 7 miles from the present town of Tuskegee, Macon County. After the battle of Autossee, Novem , and his retreat to Fort Mitchell, Gen. Floyd remained.
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The Indian ancestors of McIntosh and Weatherford were a remarkable people, the Muskogees, called Creeks by the English traders because of the many streams and rivers in their homeland. Creek legends relate that they came to this rich and abundant land, later to become the envy of cotton-planting white settlers and encroachers, by way of the Red Pages: McIntosh and Weatherford flourished in a significant, but relatively little-known, period of frontier history, ranging from the American Revolution through the Creek War ofthe Seminole Wars, and the political machinations leading to the final cessions of Indian land in Georgia and Alabama.
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William McIntosh (White Warrior) sided with Andrew Jackson and the Lower Creeks, and William Weatherford (Red Eagle) joined the Red Sticks. Benjamin W. Griffith, Jr., illuminates the remarkable story behind the legends and folk tales surrounding Born of Creek mothers and Scottish fathers, these two fascinating men fought on opposing sides /5.
Get this from a library. McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian leaders. [Benjamin W Griffith]. Born of Creek mothers and Scottish fathers, William McIntosh (White Warrior) and William Weatherford (Red Eagle) fought on opposing sides during the Creek War of This work provides the story behind the legends and folk tales surrounding these two Creek Indian leaders.
McIntosh and Weatherford | Born of Creek mothers and Scottish fathers, these two fascinating men fought on opposing sides during the Creek War of William McIntosh (White Warrior) sided with Andrew Jackson and the Lower Creeks, and William Weatherford (Red Eagle) joined the Red : University Alabama Press.
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Creek Indian Leaders. by Benjamin W. Griffith, Jr. Quality Paper This book is a must for all interested in the personal meaning of U.S. Indian removal policy.". Mary Bosomworth. A noted Creek Indian woman, also known as Mary Mathews and Mary Musgrove, who created much trouble for the Georgia colonial government aboutnearly rousing the Creek confederacy to war against the English.
She seems to have been of high standing among her own people, being closely related to leading chiefs both of the Upper and Lower Creeks, possessed of. Creek Indian society contained an unknown number of leaders in the pre-removal era.
Each village had civil, religious, and war chiefs of various ranks. Leaders wielded authority only as long as they could persuade others to agree with their decisions.
As a result, leadership positions frequently changed hands. William Weatherford, also known after his death as Red Eagle (ca. –Ma ), was a Creek chief of the Upper Creek towns who led many of the Red Sticks actions in the Creek War (–) against Lower Creek towns and against allied forces of the United States.
One of many mixed-race descendants of Southeast Indians who intermarried with European traders and later colonial. Cite this Record. McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders.
Benjamin W. Griffith, Jr. Tuscaloosa, AL: The University of Alabama Press. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 6. William McIntosh (ca. –) led part of the pro-American Creek forces against the Red Sticks. Menawa (ca. –) was a principal leader of the Red Sticks during the Creek Wars.
Mary Musgrove (ca. –) served as a cultural liaison between colonial Georgia and the Muscogee Creek community. Mcintosh And Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders by Tilda 5 You can require a ebook How to Kill Tanks &ldquo and differ your members.
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Creeks, who were already outraged by McIntosh's alliance with General Jackson during the Red Stick War, formally voted to put McIntosh to death for. McIntosh and Weatherford: Creek Indian Leaders by Benjamin W.
Griffith Jr. University Alabama Press, Paperback. [email protected] EPUB × McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders ð Born Of Creek Mothers And Scottish Fathers, These Two Fascinating Men Fought On Opposing Sides During The Creek War Of William McIntosh White Warrior Sided With Andrew Jackson And The Lower Creeks, And William Weatherford Red Eagle Joined The Red Sticks Benjamin W Griffith, Jr Illuminates The Remarkable .Daniel McIntosh was born at Indian Springs, Creek Nation, Georgia in and died on his farm at Fame on Ap Rebecca McIntosh Hawkins Hagerty died there in 59 All McIntosh family members have marked graves at Fame Cemetery.
60 There is none for Rebecca Hagerty. There is one family account that she was buried at Checotah.