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||Join'd together: the Anglo-Cherokee Alliance, 1730-1753 -- A general conflagration: the French and Indian War begins -- Killed on the path: Cherokees in the campaigns against Fort Duquesne -- Till satisfaction shou'd be given: the crises of 1759 and the Lyttelton Expedition -- A situation too terrible for us: smallpox and social upheaval -- Put to death in cold blood: the Fort Prince George Massacre -- That kindred duty of retaliation: the Cherokee offensive of 1760 -- Flush'd with success: Cherokee victory and the fall of Fort Loudon -- Destroying their towns and cutting up their settlements: the Grant campaign -- To bury the hatchet, and make a firm peace: terms and tensions -- The turbulent spirit of Gadsden: the origins of independence -- Conclusion: revolutionary implications.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-251) and index.|
|ISBN||9781469621227 pbk : alk. paper|
|ISBN||1469621223 pbk : alk. paper|