3 edition of McGillivray of the Creeks found in the catalog.
McGillivray of the Creeks
John Walton Caughey
|Statement||by John Walton Caughey.|
|Series||Civilization of the American Indian, Civilization of the American Indian series.|
|LC Classifications||E99.C9 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, , 385,  p.|
|Number of Pages||385|
|LC Control Number||38037906|
Sophie McGillivray. Born: about in Little Tulsa, Elmore, AL; Married: about in Little Tulsa, Elmore, AL; Died, Parents: Sehoy II and Lachlan McGillivray. LifeNotes: Of the Wind Clan. Went to school in Charleston, SC under the care of her father's cousin Rev. Farquhar McGillivray.
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First published inMcGillivray of the Creeks is a unique mix of primary and secondary sources for the study of American Indian history in the Southeast. The historian John Walton Caughey's brief but definitive biography of Creek leader Alexander McGillivray (–) is coupled with letters between McGillivray and Spanish and American political by: First published inMcGillivray of the Creeks is a unique mix of primary and secondary sources for the study of American Indian history in the Southeast.
The historian John Walton Caughey's brief but definitive biography of Creek leader Alexander McGillivray () is coupled with letters between McGillivray and Spanish and American political officials. Alexander McGillivray was one of the greatest Native American leaders of all time.
He met with George Washington and in the words of Theodore Roosevelt, his treaty with the U.S. and consummate craft and masterful diplomacy made it possible for the Creeks for a generation to hold their own better than any other native race against the restless Americans.4/5.
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John Walton Caughey's definitive biography of Creek leader, Alexander McGillivray () is coupled with letters between McGillivray and Spanish and American political officials.4/5(7).
Get this from a library. McGillivray of the Creeks. [John Walton Caughey] -- This book, part biography and part primary source material, contains mostly McGillivray's correspondence that concerns his negotiations between the United States, Britain and Spain in regard to Creek.
The book follows the career of Alexander McGillivray, an American mestizo who made shrewd use of the connections of his paternal Scots Highlander clan chief lineage and his mother's membership in the influential Wind Clan of the Creek Confederation to become /5(5).
Get this from a library. McGillivray of the Creeks. [John Walton Caughey; University of South Carolina. Institute for Southern Studies.] -- An Indian perspective into native and Euroamerican diplomacy in. This book, part biography and part primary source material, contains mostly McGillivray's correspondence that concerns his negotiations between the United States, Britain and Spain in regard to Creek political and economic affairs.
Caughey prefaced the collection with a short, but authoritative, biography of McGillivray which is still the only one written about him to date (). Gabe Podcast Sakthi Monk Media Gentleman and Lady's Book of Politeness and Propriety of Deportment, Alexander McGillivray, the last King of the Creeks Item Preview remove-circle McGillivray, Alexander, ca.
Creek IndiansPages: Book Review | August 01 McGillivray of the Creeks McGillivray of the Creeks. By Caughey, John Walton. Volume. Civilization of the American Indian Series. (Norman: University of Cited by: First published inMcGillivray of the Creeks is a unique mix of primary and secondary sources for the study of American Indian history in the Southeast.
The historian John Walton Caughey's brief but definitive biography of Creek leader Alexander McGillivray () is coupled with Price: $ olution.
The book contains mostly McGillivray’s correspondence that concerns his negotiations be‐ tween the United States, Britain, and Spain in re‐ gard to Creek political and economic aﬀairs. Although McGillivray ﬁgures in virtually ev‐ ery book written about the Creeks and has been the subject of numerous articles, Caughey’s.
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Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. @MT:Contents @TEXT:List of Illustrations 00 Series Editors' Preface 00 Introduction 00 Preface to the First Edition 00 The Career of Alexander McGillivray 3 McGillivray's Correspondence and Related Papers I.
Spanish Protection 1. Alexander McGillivray, (born c. —died FebruPensacola, Florida [U.S.]), Scots-French-Indian who became the principal chief of the Creek Indians in the years following the American was largely responsible for the Creeks’ retention of their tribal identity and the major part of their homeland for another generation.
MCGILLIVRAY OF THE CREEKS. John Walton Caughey. First published inthis is a unique mix of primary and secondary sources for the study of American Indian history in the Southeast. The volume offers distinctive firsthand insights into the Creek and Euro-American diplomacy in the South in the aftermath of the American Revolution as well as.
A controversial eighteenth-century Creek leader, Alexander McGillivray (c. ) pushed to centralize Creek authority, negotiated treaties, alliances, and trade with Great Britain, Spain, and the United States, signed secret diplomatic deals that augmented his private holdings, and helped control much of the Indian trade in the Lower South.
As a result, he amassed a tremendous fortune in. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Alexander Mcgillivray, the Last King of the Creeks by Henderson A (, Paperback) at the best online prices at. McGillivray secretly receives an annuity and a Brigadier's commission: Died: 17 Feb Pensacola, Escambia, Florida: Abram Mordecai, a contemporary of McGillivray, told Albert Pickett years later that McGillivray had been poisoned by the Spanish.
(Pickett does not repeat the claim in his book, however.). McGillivray is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alexander McGillivray, also known as Hoboi-Hili-Miko (–), leader of the Creek Indians during and after the American Revolution and principal chief of the Upper Creek (Muscogee) towns; Alexander McGillivray (politician), Canadian lawyer and politician from Alberta, Canada Andy McGillivray (born ), Australian rules.
At the start of the American Revolution () McGillivray permanently returned to Little Tallassee and Creek society when the revolutionaries confiscated his Tory father's property in South Carolina. Upon his return to the Creeks McGillivray discovered that his linguistic ability and understanding of Creek and colonial societies allowed him to take on increasingly important roles.
An Indian perspective into native and Euroamerican diplomacy in the south First published inMcGillivray of the Creeks is a unique mix of primary and secondary sources for the study of American Indian history in the : John Walton Caughey; William J Jr Bauer.
Son of a prosperous Scottish trader and a French/Indian mother, educated by white tutors and accustomed to the life of a gentleman, Alexander McGillivray proudly Considered himself a Creek for he had suffered the humiliation of the mestigo.
Named Chief and Spokesman for the Little Tallassie Creeks at twenty-two, he recognized schemes to exploit the Indians and attempted to unite neighboring.
this is better than the other books i've read on Alexander McGillivray and his fight on behalf of the Creek Confederacy -and this book seems to be less stodgy.
it makes it easier to understand what it was like to live in his time and have his problems to solve - and of course, what 4/5. A majority of the Creeks declared the cession unfairly procured, and refused to sanction it; in fact, the Upper Creeks opposed every measure endorsed by the Lower Creeks.
McGillivray became a silent partner in the mercantile schemes of William Panton, who opened stores at St. Augustine, St. Johns, St. Marks, Pensacola, Mobile, and Chickasaw Bluff. McGillivray and his family moved to Augusta at the outset of the French and Indian War ().
When the Cherokees attacked the outlying settlements in Georgia and South Carolina, he led some of his Creek friends against them. McGillivray and Galphin were largely instrumental in persuading the Creeks to come to Augusta in to cede a strip of land between the Savannah and Ogeechee.
McGillivray, Alexander. Caughey, John W. McGillivray of the Creeks. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, This book is based on a selection of McGillivray's correspondence. A new edition adds an introduction by William J.
Bauer Jr. that describes modern research on McGillivray and Caughey and his scholarly interests as he edited the letters. SOPHIE McGILLIVRAY and BENJAMIN PETER DURANT. Sophie McGillivray. Born: about in Little Tulsa, Elmore, AL; Married: about in Little Tulsa, Elmore, AL; Died, Parents: Sehoy II and Lachlan McGillivray LifeNotes: Of the Wind to school in Charleston, SC under the care of her father's cousin Rev.
Farquhar was sent to a girls' school and was very homesick for. McGillivray of the Creeks: John Walton Caughey, William J Bauer Jr.: Books - What others are saying Paperback Books North West Scotland Notebook Notebooks The.
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His wife was Sehoy, of the Creek tribe of the Wind. An eager capitalist, Alexander McGillivray was also an investor and silent partner in Panton, Leslie and Company who opened a trading post on McGillivray’s property, the first brick and mortar building established in Pensacola, first wife was Vicey Cornells who bore him two daughters: Peggy and Lizzie.
His second wife was Elise Moniac, the sister of the Choctaw chief Red. The book contains mostly McGillivray's correspondence that concerns his negotiations between the United States, Britain, and Spain in regard to Creek political and economic affairs.
Although McGillivray figures in virtually every book written about the Creeks and has been the subject of numerous articles, Caughey's biography is still the only. Called The Emperor of the Creeks, he was the leading American Indian figure of his day.
The child of a wealthy Scottish father and a mixed French and Creek mother, he was still considered a full blooded Indian by the Creek laws of matrilineal descent.
memorial page for Chief Alexander McGillivray (15 Dec –17 Feb ), Find a Grave Burial: Garden of Panton Cemetery, Pensacola. Caughey, McGillivray of the Creeks, ; Governor Walton to Samuel Stirk, Governors Letter Book, Georgia Department Archives, 8.
McGillivray to John Galphin, JCreek Letters, Talks, and Treaties,Georgia Depertment Archives, I,McDaniel Relations between the Creek Indians, Georgia and the United States, Cite this Record. McGillivray of the Creeks.
John W. Caughey. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. (tDAR id: ). Creek, Native North American confederacy. The peoples forming it were mostly of the Muskogean branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languages).The Creek received their name from early white traders because so many of their villages were located at rivers and creeks.
The first edition of Halbert and Ball's Creek War was published inand a new edition containing an introductory essay, supplementary notes, a bibliography, and an index by Frank L. Owsley Jr., was published in This standard account of one of the most controversial wars in which Americans have fought is again available, with introductory materials and a bibliography revised to Brand: University of Alabama Press.
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