Battle for the Southern Frontier: The Creek War and the War of 1812 #2019

Battle for the Southern Frontier: The Creek War and the War of 1812 Mike Bunn Clay Williams Battle for the Southern Frontier The Creek War and the War of This comprehensive book is the first to chronicle both wars and document the sites on which they were fought It sheds light on how the wars led to the forced removal of Native Americans from the regio

  • Title: Battle for the Southern Frontier: The Creek War and the War of 1812
  • Author: Mike Bunn Clay Williams
  • ISBN: 9781596293717
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • Battle for the Southern Frontier: The Creek War and the War of 1812 Mike Bunn Clay Williams This comprehensive book is the first to chronicle both wars and document the sites on which they were fought It sheds light on how the wars led to the forced removal of Native Americans from the region, secured the Gulf South against European powers, facilitated increased migration into the area, furthered the development of slavebased agriculture and launched the careerThis comprehensive book is the first to chronicle both wars and document the sites on which they were fought It sheds light on how the wars led to the forced removal of Native Americans from the region, secured the Gulf South against European powers, facilitated increased migration into the area, furthered the development of slavebased agriculture and launched the career of Andrew Jackson.
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    1. A surprisingly good accounting of a very important conflict largely ignored and forgotten by U.S History, yet vital to understanding the formation not only of American national identity, but that which creates the massive influx to the Old Southwest today the Southeastern states of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi which create the agricultural culture that in turn leads to the U.S Civil War Politically, it elevates the man for whom all U.S policy would be deeply influenced by between 1829 and t [...]

    2. Covers the Creek War and the War of 1812 very well Divides it up by the various campaigns of the Creek War, which lead to Jackson forcing the Treaty of Fort Jackson, then going down to Pensacola, over to Mobile for the defense of Fort Bowyer, and over to New Orleans for one of the most significant battles in US history The best part is that after each chapter, the sites that you can visit are detailed So the book is a combination history book travel guide.

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