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The Second Creek War
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List of Maps Introduction: The Second Creek War? 1. Creek Politics and Confinement in New Alabama 2. The Cusseta Treaty of 1832 3. Commodifying the Creek Domain 4. Resistance 5. Rebellion 6. The Federal Response 7. Flight through Southern Georgia 8. Recriminations 9. The War Revives in New Alabama 10. Seeking Refuge in West Florida Epilogue: The Legacy of the Second Creek War Notes Bibliography Index

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A study of the Second Creek War and its impact on antebellum southern society

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John T. Ellisor is an assistant professor of history at Columbus State University.

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"Ellisor has made a valuable contribution to Creek and southern history so that we will now know of the Second Creek War."-Julie Anne Sweet, Journal of American History -- Julie Anne Sweet Journal of American History "Ellisor's book sheds new light on a very misunderstood period of our nation's history, and era that has been unfairly forgotten in many American textbooks."-Al Hemingway, Military Heritage -- Al Hemingway Military Heritage "For too long, the Second Creek War has awaited serious scholarly attention. On the basis of exhaustive research, formidable attention to detail, and sophisticated interpretation, the first monograph on this conflict is likely to be the last for years to come."-John W. Hall, Tennessee Historical Quarterly -- John W. Hall Tennessee Historical Quarterly "Ellisor's book should appeal to all those interested in Alabama history, for it provides a revealing new look at the complexity of the antebellum society and of Indian removal."-Christina Snyder, Alabama Review -- Christina Snyder Alabama Review "Ellisor places a local conflict on a global stage... An exceptional work, an easy read for both laymen and experienced scholars, and one that is a must for any scholar of the Creek, the American South, or Indian Removal."-Jeff Washburn, Southern Historian -- Jeff Washburn Southern Historian "Ellisor's complex approach offers historians of the early American Republic much to consider as they look to expand their understanding of the United States within the larger global processes of the nineteenth century."-Daniel Flaherty, Historian -- Daniel Flaherty Historian

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