Bending their way onward : Creek Indian removal in documents / edited and annotated by Christopher D. Haveman.

Between 1827 and 1837 approximately twenty-three thousand Creek Indians were transported across the Mississippi River, exiting their homeland under extreme duress and complex pressures. During the physically and emotionally exhausting journey, hundreds of Creeks died, dozens were born, and almost no...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Haveman, Christopher D., 1976- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2018]
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Table of Contents:
  • The voluntary emigrations, 1827-36
  • The first McIntosh party, 1827-28
  • The second McIntosh party, 1828
  • The third voluntary emigrating party, 1829
  • Chilly McIntosh's and Benjamin Hawkins's emigrating parties, 1833
  • The fourth voluntary emigrating party, 1834-35
  • The fifth voluntary emigrating party, 1835-36
  • The forced removals, 1836
  • First detachment of Creek prisoners, July-August 1836
  • Second detachment of Creek prisoners, August-November 1836
  • The coerced relocations, 1836-37
  • Detachments 1-6
  • Detachment 1
  • Detachment 2
  • Detachment 3
  • Detachment 4
  • Detachment 5
  • Detachment 6
  • The refugee removals, 1837
  • Removal of the refugee Creeks in the Cherokee and Chickasaw countries
  • The voluntary self-emigrations and reunification emigrations, 1831-77
  • The reunification emigrations.