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ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Series – Removal includes treaties, speeches of officials Indian removal

 

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS – Removal includes many of the speeches, letters and methods used by the U. S. Government to remove the Native Americans from the South.


 

Makes a great gift!

(Also available as a Kindle book here)

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This book documents many of the treaties, enticement, and reasons why the Native-American were forced to leave the South. Beginning with President Thomas Jefferson, the actual excerpts of letters and transcriptions of speeches, and plans of the government made by all parties are included in the book. Through intrigue, greed, and murder, Native-American rights were extinguished in their homeland.

This makes the seventh book in the series. Do you have all the books from the Alabama Footprints Series? Books make great gifts!

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS

Exploration

Stories include

The true story of the first Mardi Gras in America and where it took place

The Mississippi Bubble Burst – how it affected the settlers

Did you know that many people devoted to the Crown settled in Alabama-

Sophia McGillivray- what she did when she was nine months pregnant

Alabama had its first Interstate in the early days of settlement

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS

Settlement

Stories include

A Russian princess settling in early Alabama

How the early setters traveled to Alabama and the risks they took

A ruse that saved immigrants lives while traveling through Native-American Territory

Alliances formed with the Native-Americans

How an independent republic, separate from the United States was almost formed in Alabama

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS

Pioneers

Stories include

The Yazoo land fraud

Daily life as an Alabama pioneer

The capture and arrest of Vice-president Aaron Burr

The early life of William Barrett Travis, hero of the Alamo;

Description of Native-Americans of early Alabama & the visit by Tecumseh

Treaties and building the first roads in Alabama

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS

Confrontation

Stories include

Tecumseh Causes Earthquake

Terrified Settlers Abandon Farms

Survivor Stories From Fort Mims Massacre

Hillabee Massacre

Threat of Starvation Men Turn To Mutiny

Red Eagle After The War

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS

Immigrants

Stories include

The Birth of Twickenham

Captain Slick – Fact or Fiction

Vine & Olive Company

The Death of Stooka

President Monroe’s Surprise Visit To Huntsville

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS

Statehood

Stories include

Who Controlled And Organized The New State of Alabama?

Tuscaloosa Had Three Other Names

Chandelier Falls & Capitol Burns

Alabama Throws Parties For General LaFayette

Francis Scott Key Was Sent to Alabama To Solve Problems

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS

Removal

Stories include

Intrigue and murder after Treaty at Indian Springs

President Adams and Governor in a stand-off

Gold causes Expulsion of the Cherokees

Cherokee Chief Ross became homeless

Plan For Indian Removal Started With President Thomas Jefferson

 

ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS – Removal


About Donna R Causey

Donna R. Causey, resident of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing. She developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me All her books can be purchased at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has authored numerous genealogy books. RIBBON OF LOVE: A Novel Of Colonial America (TAPESTRY OF LOVE) is her first novel in the Tapestry of Love about her family where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places to create a story about life as it might have happened in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage: Tapestry of Love (Volume 2) is the second book and the third FreeHearts: A Novel of Colonial America (Book 3 in the Tapestry of Love Series) Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) is the continuation of the story. . For a complete list of books, visit Donna R Causey

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11 comments

  1. Who is this, do you know his name, ?

    1. The picture is of Chief Ho-po-eth-le-yo-ho-lo – Creek Indian Chief who was a main spokesman duing this time for the Creeks. Many of his speeches have been included in the new book.

  2. Should be a good one.

  3. My 4th Great died on the 19th day.

  4. I believe it was cause of gold. North Georgia and Alabama have a gold belt through them

  5. The real cause was new black, fertile soil for cotton plantations. Alabama Fever | Encyclopedia of Alabama

  6. The Cherokee Nation had their own court system, post office, light horsemen ( police) , capital buildings, newspaper, and was a complete nation.. with everything working perfectly. The citizens of the nation were not all Cherokee by blood but they had to abide by the laws of the land where they lived in Georgia , Tenn , Alabama that were owned by The Cherokee Nation. The Governor of Georgia said he could not govern a State where a Nation lived inside. The Cherokee by law did not have to pay tax to Georgia or abide by any State laws as they were not Georgia citizens but Cherokee citizens and they made their own laws about poligimy, liquor, trade goods, on and on. If a Cherokee broke the law a light horsemen controlled the situation and it was brought to a Cherokee court. Also just like any country you visit today there was borders…and you had to have a pass to cross into Cherokee country which could be obtained from indian agents. The Gov. Had no control …he wanted this Nation out. Gold…. Land was all a part because alot of the Cherokee had nice home places and were doing very well. The Govenor Started taking plantations before the removal by force for non paid tax to Georgia…that became long ..drawn out ..tiresome and didn’t work as he thought. He took his complaint to Supreme court in DC they turned him down …he went to Andrew Jackson and said but…we have gold .

    1. Thanks for sharing that info. on the Cherokee nation !

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