By Gregory A. Waselkov
Gregory Waselkov tells compellingly the tale of this fierce conflict on the fortified plantation domestic of Samuel Mims within the Tensaw District of the Mississippi Territory. With important maps, tables, and artifact illustrations, Waselkov seems to be heavily on the conflict to chop in the course of the legends and incorrect information that experience grown round the occasion virtually from the instant the final flames died on the smoldering ruins. a minimum of as vital because the info of the conflict, although, is his elucidation of ways social forces remarkably converged to spark the clash and the way reverberations of the conflict echo nonetheless at the present time, approximately 200 years later.
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A Conquering Spirit: Fort Mims and the Redstick War of 1813–1814 (Fire Ant Books) by Gregory A. Waselkov