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Accession number 2013.10
Call# E83.813 T65 2012
Summary "Tohopeka: Rethinking the Creek War and the War of 1812" edited by Kathryn E. Holland Braund
"Forward: A Deliberate Passion," Marianne Mills
"Preface," Jay Lamar
"Introduction," Kathryn E. Holland Braund
"Causalities and Consequences of the Creek War: A Modern Creek Prespective," Robert G. Thrower
"Thinking outside th Circle:Tecumseh's 1811 Mission," Gregory Evans Dowd
""A Packet from Canada": Telling Conspiricy Stories on teh 1813 Creek Frontier," Robert P Collins
"Red Sticks," Kathryn E. Holland Braund
"Before Horseshoe: Andrew Jackson's Campaigns in the Creek War Prior to Horsehose Bend," Tom Kanon
"Cherokees in the Creek War: A Band of Brothers," Susan M Abram
"Horseshoe Bend: A Living Memorial," Ove Jensen
"Fort Jackson adn teh Aftermath," Gregory A Waselkov
""We Bleed Our Enemies in Such Cases to Give Them Their Senses": American's Unrelenting Wars on the Indians of the TransAppalachian West, 1810-1814," John E Grenier
""Where All Behave Well": Fort Bowyer and the War on the Gulf, 1814-1815," David S Heidler and Jeanne T Heidler
"Archaeolgoy, Geography, and the Creek War in Alabama," Craig T Sheldon
"Digging Twice: Camps and Historical Sites Associated with the War of 1812 and the Creek War 1813-1814," James W Parker
"Afterward: The Western Muscogee (Creek) Perspective," Tim Isham

Appendix I "Current Preservation Status of Major Creek War/War of 1812 Sites in Alabama
Appendix II "Known and Potential Archaeological Sitse in Alabama"
Object Name book
Author Holland Braund, Kathryn E.
Title Tohopeka: Rethinking the Creek War and the War of 1812
Published Date 2012
Physical Description softcover book 6 1/8" x 9 1/4"; text, black and white illustrations; 312p; index
Catalog Number 2013.10.2
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ISBN 9780817357115
LCNO E83.813 T65 2012
Published Place Chapel Hill
Publisher University of North Carolina Press