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|Series||America in the making|
|LC Classifications||E83.817 .B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||153,  p.,  leaf :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||64023645|
"In this insightful book the conflicts known as the Seminole Wars are placed in the larger context of American history. Twenty-first-century Seminole Indians and all other Floridians have been shaped in part by those nineteenth-century events."--Jerald T. Milanich, Florida Museum of Natural History/5. Journey into Wilderness: An Army Surgeon's Account of Life in Camp and Field during the Creek and Seminole Wars, by Jacob Rhett Motte and James F. Sunderman | . Florida's Seminole Wars: (Making of America) - Kindle edition by Knetsch, Joe. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Florida's Seminole Wars /5(12). If you like history and have an interest in the Seminoles, you'll love this book about Billy Powell aka Chief Osceola. The story of a white-muscgoee young Alabama born man who became the leader of a nation and orchestrated one of the most protracted and deadliest wars that the US government was ever involved in/5(15).
TheSeminole Wars. Austin Knaplund. Description of your research. The Seminole Tribe ofFlorida congealed relatively late in Native American history, growing out of amassive migration of Indians from the southern United States, and a heavyinflux of runaway slaves. TheSeminoles fought in three extensive wars with the United States, spanningnearly half a century and costing the United States millions of . The Foundation’s Pamphlet Series covers a wide range of topics of interest to students of the Seminole Wars. They are available in print at a cost of $ each, or $ each in quantities of 10 or more. Most are also available for instant download here (free). The page Florida Seminole Wars Heritage Trail guidebook includes a background essay on the history of the Seminole Wars in Florida, a timeline of events, sidebars on related Florida topics, issues and individuals of the period, and a selected bibliography. The Seminole Wars (also known as the Florida Wars) were three related military conflicts in Florida between the United States Army and the Seminole, a Native American group which had coalesced in Spanish Florida during the early s. The fighting occurred between about and , with two periods of uneasy truce between active conflict. Both in human and monetary terms, the Seminole Wars.
Townsend, in this collection of essays, takes as his central metaphor the Seminole Wars of the early 19th century, particularly the first, when the United States military destroyed Spanish Florida’s “Negro Fort” at Prospect Bluff and killed the free black and Native American families who lived : Billy Townsend. WRITTEN BY. The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Encyclopaedia Britannica's editors oversee subject areas in which they have extensive knowledge, whether from years of experience gained by working on that content or via study for an advanced degree. See Article History. Seminole Wars, (–18, –42, –58), three conflicts between the United States and the Seminole Indians of . The Seminole Struggle: A History of America's Longest Indian War is a completely revised edition of our best-selling The Seminole Wars: America's Longest Indian Conflict, first published in Covering the entire Seminole War period (), the book examines what would become America's longest and costliest war against Native Americans. Their historical works include The Seminole Struggle: A History of America's Longest Indian War from the Pineapple Press, History of the Third Seminole War (co-authored with Dr. Joe Knetsch) from Casemate Books, This Torn Land: Poetry of the Second Seminole War from the Seminole Wars Foundation, This Miserable Pride of a Soldier: The Letters and Journals of Col. William S. Foster in.