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Inhaltsangabe: Historians have traditionally viewed the ?Creek War of 1836? as a minor police action centered on rounding up the Creek Indians for removal to Indian Territory. Using extensive archival research, John T. Ellisor demonstrates that, in fact, the Second Creek War was neither brief nor small. Indeed, armed conflict continued long after ?peace? was declared and the majority of Creeks had been sent west.   Ellisor?s study also broadly illuminates southern society just prior to the Indian removals, a time when many blacks, whites, and Natives lived in close proximity in the Old Southwest. In the Creek country, also called New Alabama, these ethnic groups began to develop a pluralistic society. When the 1830s cotton boom placed a premium on Creek land, however, dispossession of the Natives became an economic priority. Dispossessed and impoverished, some Creeks rose in armed revolt both to resist removal west and to drive the oppressors from their ancient homeland. Yet the resulting Second Creek War, which raged over three states, was fueled not only by Native determination but also by economic competition and was intensified not least by the massive government-sponsored land grab that constituted Indian removal. Because these circumstances also created fissures throughout southern society, both whites and blacks found it in their best interests to help the Creek insurgents. This first book-length examination of the Second Creek War shows how interethnic collusion and conflict characterized southern society during the 1830s.

Über den Autor: John T. Ellisor is an assistant professor of history at Columbus State University.

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Buchbeschreibung University of Nebraska Press. Hardback. Buchzustand: new. BRAND NEW, The Second Creek War: Interethnic Conflict and Collusion on a Collapsing Frontier, John T. Ellisor, Historians have traditionally viewed the ai??Creek War of 1836ai?? as a minor police action cantered on rounding up the Creek Indians for removal to Indian Territory. Using extensive archival research John T. Ellisor demonstrates that in fact the Second Creek War was neither brief nor small. Indeed armed conflict continued long after ai??peaceai?? was declared and the majority of Creeks had been sent west.Ellisora's study also broadly illuminates southern society just prior to the Indian removals a time when many blacks whites and Natives lived in close proximity in the Old Southwest. In the Creek country also called New Alabama these ethnic groups began to develop a pluralistic society. When the 1830s cotton boom placed a premium on Creek land however dispossession of the Natives became an economic priority. Dispossessed and impoverished some Creeks rose in armed revolt both to resist removal west and to drive the oppressors from their ancient homeland. Yet the resulting Second Creek War which raged over three states was fuelled not only by Native determination but also by economic competition and was intensified not least by the massive government-sponsored land grab that constituted Indian removal. Because these circumstances also created fissures throughout southern society both whites and blacks found it in their best interests to help the Creek insurgents. This first book-length examination of the Second Creek War shows how interethnic collusion and conflict characterized southern society during the 1830s. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B9780803225480

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Buchbeschreibung University of Nebraska Press, United States, 2010. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. 107 x 71 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Historians have traditionally viewed the Creek War of 1836 as a minor police action centered on rounding up the Creek Indians for removal to Indian Territory. Using extensive archival research, John T. Ellisor demonstrates that, in fact, the Second Creek War was neither brief nor small. Indeed, armed conflict continued long after peace was declared and the majority of Creeks had been sent west. Ellisor s study also broadly illuminates southern society just prior to the Indian removals, a time when many blacks, whites, and Natives lived in close proximity in the Old Southwest. In the Creek country, also called New Alabama, these ethnic groups began to develop a pluralistic society. When the 1830s cotton boom placed a premium on Creek land, however, dispossession of the Natives became an economic priority. Dispossessed and impoverished, some Creeks rose in armed revolt both to resist removal west and to drive the oppressors from their ancient homeland. Yet the resulting Second Creek War, which raged over three states, was fueled not only by Native determination but also by economic competition and was intensified not least by the massive government-sponsored land grab that constituted Indian removal. Because these circumstances also created fissures throughout southern society, both whites and blacks found it in their best interests to help the Creek insurgents. This first book-length examination of the Second Creek War shows how interethnic collusion and conflict characterized southern society during the 1830s. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAJ9780803225480

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