Publisher Description

In the quiet days of peace and security in which we live it is difficult to imagine such a time of excitement as that at which our story opens, in the summer of 1813. From the beginning of that year, the Creek Indians in Alabama and Mississippi had shown a decided disposition to become hostile. In addition to the usual incentives to war which always exist where the white settlements border closely upon Indian territory, there were several special causes operating to bring about a struggle at that time. We were already at war with the British, and British agents were very active in stirring up trouble on our frontiers, knowing that nothing would so surely weaken the Americans as a general outbreak of Indian hostilities.

GENRE
Travel & Adventure
RELEASED
1911
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
142
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
355.8
KB

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