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Red Eagle and the Wars with the Creek Indians of Alabama Paperback – January 3, 2010
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The author juxtaposes Red Eagle, said to be the great leader of the Creek Nation, with Old Hickory. It is difficult to ascertain which of the two men he has the most respect for.
If the book is to be taken as a history book, it has a weakness in that it lacks an index. It does contain many quotes, perhaps too many. A reader has to wonder if many of the author's assertions are unattributed quotes.
Maybe five stars are too many. But it was difintely, worth what it cost through Amazon and the time taken in reading it.
t it down. As a history lover it brought new insight into this period of time in our nations history . I live in Okmulgee,Oklahoma and although I'm white I found it informative and amazed at the changes in their lives now.I highly recommend
this to others who enjoy history.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Growing up in Alabama, I remember studying this history, especially the famous jump from the bluff. It was even better at my current age as a retired person.Published 18 months ago by Maureen Atchley
I found this pretty true saga a very interesting and historical read.. worth your time and its almost free can't beat that.Published 19 months ago by Ken Stone
I received this book a few days ago and it does not have an ending. It is supposed to be 364 pages but mine ends on page 343 in mid sentence.Published on March 20, 2014 by debra lawson