Red Patriots : The Story of the Seminoles

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Red Patriots : The Story of the Seminoles

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 290 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780548136980
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Table of Contents

  PART I
Chapter I
Origin and Early History of the Seminoles
Testimony Regarding Their Numbers, 5 (5)
Character and Condition
Chapter II
The First Hostilities and their Origin
The Maroons and Fugitive Slaves
Invasions of Spanish Territory
Massacre by Our Forces
Protest of the Spanish Governor
General Jackson's Barbarous "Example"
Destruction of the Indian Settlements
Congressional Investigation
Cession of Florida
Indians Appeal to the President
A Party of Seminoles Visit the Bahamas 10 (14)
Chapter III
Neamathla, Principal Chief of the Nation
Other Distinguished Chiefs
John Hicks and Mickenopah, Successors to
Neamathla
Osceola and His Associate Chiefs
Early Life and Personal Appearance of
Osceola
His Peaceable Character
Cession of Florida to the United States
Events Leading to the Seminole War
Acts of Injustice
Proof that the Seminoles Were Peaceable 24 (14)
Chapter IV
Treaty of Camp Moultrie
Incursions of Cattle-Thieves and
Slave-Hunters
Treaty of Payne's Landing
Presence of Osceola
Abraham, the Maroon
Our Government's Reprehensible Course
Seminole Nation Refuses to Ratify the
Treaty
Osceola Speaks for the Nation
General Gadsden's Valuable Opinion 38 (12)
Chapter V
Another Meeting With the Chiefs
Osceola "Signs" a Paper
The Chief Placed in Irons
The Agent's Opinion of Osceola
Again Imprisoned
Osceola Gives the War-Cry
Seminoles' Right to Their Homes
First Victim of the Nation's Decree
Osceola is Appointed Head War-Chief
Commencement of the Seven Years' War 50 (9)
Chapter VI
Dade's Massacre
General Gaines' Raises Volunteers
Editorial Comment on the Battle
Osceola's Influence
Battle of the Withlacoochee
Osceola Makes a Prediction
Indians' Spare Their Friends
Osceola's Humane Policy Regarding the
Women and Children
Treatment of Their Captives
Opinions of the Florida Press 59 (11)
Chapter VII
Our Troops at Bay
Indians Suffer a Great Defeat
Strength of the Army
General Jesup's "Gallant" Achievement
Cessation of Hostilities
A Peace Treaty
Announcement of the End of the War
Florida Objects
General Jesup's Mistake
Seisure of Maroons
General Gaines Defends the Seminoles' 70 (10)
Right to the Maroons
Chapter VIII
Capture of King Philip
Seizure and Imprisonment of Osceola
The Whole Transaction Stripped of Its
Disguises
Public Opinion
General Jesup's Defense
Escape of Wildcat 80 (13)
Chapter IX
A New Project
John Ross
Mediation of the Cherokees
Seizure of Mickenopah and Others by
General Jesup
Eloquent Appeal of John Ross
General Jesup's Defense 93 (9)
Chapter X
Transfer of Osceola and the Others to
Fort Moultrie
Visitors Flock to See the Famous Chief
Osceola and Other Chiefs Visit the Theatre
Descriptive Poem
Suicide of an Indian
George Catlin Paints the Chiefs' Portraits
Personal Appearance of Osceola in 102(7)
Confinement
Chapter XI
Sickness and Death of Osceola
The Chief's Request
Physician's Account of His Dying Moments
Funeral Ceremonies
An Infamous Act
Comments of the Press and Others Upon
Osceola's Death
Eulogy by Storrow
Street's Graphic Poem 109(10)
Chapter XII
Transfer of the Prisoners to the West
Death of King Philip En Route
The Seminole Nation Resolves on Having
Revenge
Descriptions of Lake Okeechobee, the
Everglades, and the Big Cypress Swamp
Battle of Okeechobee
Naval Attack Near Jupiter Inlet
General Jesup Marches South 119(10)
Chapter XIII
General Jesup Again Negotiates for Peace
Recommends Allowing the Seminoles to
Remain in the Country
Reply of the Secretary of War
Editorial Opposition
Seminoles Suspect Treachery
Seizure of Seven Hundred Indians and
Maroons
Officers Present Describe the "Grab"
Sight Restored to a Blind Seminole Woman 129(11)
Chapter XIV
General Jesup Retires From Command of the
Army
An Improved Policy Under General Taylor
Over a Year of Peace
Jesup Volunteers Advice
The Macomb "Treaty"
End of the War Announced
Double Dealing Apparent
Florida Press and People Condemn the 140(10)
Deception
Chapter XV
Seminoles' Discover the Deception
Renewal of Hostilities
Fake Stories of Indian Massacres
Chakika Leads an Attack
Official Views
The Indian Always Wrong
False Alarms
White Guerillas
General Taylor Retires
Failure of Another Effort
Indian Key Massacre
Hunting Indians With Bloodhounds
General Worth Succeeds Armistead
Final Termination of the Seminole War
A Remnant Allowed to Remain
Number Transferred to the West
Cost of the War
Settlers Rush to the Territory 150(14)
Chapter XVI
Trials of the Emigrants
Seminoles in Mexico
Testimony of the Mexican Government
Death of Wildcat on Mexican Soil
Mexican Band Returns to the United States
Nation Appeals to the President
Settle on Lands of Their Own
Desire for Schools
Their Uncomplaining Character
Manly Appeal of Their Agent 164(13)
Chapter XVII
The Seminole in the Civil War
Borne Upon the Pay-Rolls of Both Armies
Driven From Their Homes by Confederates
Enlist in the Union Army
Engaged in Twenty-Eight Battles
Serve Throughout the War
Bitter Feeling Between the Two Factions
Union Seminoles Reimbursed for Losses
Odd Appearance in Regulation Uniforms 177(6)
Chapter XVIII
Treaty of 1866
Government's Serious Blunder
General Grant's New Indian Policy
Present Condition in the West
Government of the Tribe
Governor John F. Brown
Seminoles Free From Intruders
Efforts of the Dawes Commission
Seminoles and the Commission Sign a New
Agreement
Seminoles First to Embrace Citizenship 183(8)
PART II
Chapter I
General Worth's Tribute
Murder of Three Whites
Excitement and Alarm of the Settlers
Capt. John C. Casey, the Seminoles' Friend
General Gibbon's Testimony Regarding
Indian Agents
Tribute to Captain Casey
The Bowlegs' Peace Token
Captain Casey Meets the Indians
Nation Disavows the Murders
Delivery of the Criminals
General Twiggs' High Tribute
Suicide of Prisoners 191(12)
Chapter II
Withdrawal of Troops
Action of the Florida Legislature
The Blake Scheme
Suicide of an Indian Woman
Billy Bowlegs Visits Washington and Other
Cities
Blake Secures the Removal of Captain Casey
Failure of the Blake Scheme
Cost to the People
Captain Casey Reinstated 203(7)
Chapter III
Two Years of Quiet
Troops Explore Southern Florida
First Steamboat Navigation of Lake
Okeechobee
General Hostilities Resumed After
Thirteen Years of Peace
Causes of the Outbreak
Opinions of Western Seminoles, Jefferson
Davis and the Indian Commissioner
Last Regular Battle and Hostilities
Final Emigration, Under Billy Bowlegs
A Remnant Remains in the Swamps
Parting Scenes
Tribute of an Army Officer 210(12)
Chapter IV
The Flower of the Nation
Seminoles Recognized in the State
Constitution
First Attempt to Instruct Them
Indian Commissioner Advises the Purchase
of Lands
Report of the Bureau of Ethnology
Character and Superiority
Congress Appropriates $6,000 for
Homesteads
Failure of the Government Agents
Efforts of the Government Cease
Congress Continues to Make Appropriations 222(6)
Chapter V
Pioneer Work of the Womens' National
Indian Association
Mrs. Quinton Visits the "Big Cypress"
Indians
Purchase of Land
Mission and Government Station Established
Donation of Land by the Florida
Legislature
Mission and Government Work
Visits of the Indians 228(10)
Chapter VI
Present Location and Numbers
Osceola's Namesakes
"Negro Slaves"
Tribal Government
Superiority of the Florida Seminoles
Types of the Native American
Domestic Life
Common Attire
Dwellings
Agricultural Products
Successful Hunters
Source of Revenue
Annual Festival 238(11)
Chapter VII
Seminoles Robbed of Their Homes
Purchase of Lands
Hon. F. A. Hendy's Bill
Indians Shun the Station
The Long Key Proposition
Attack on Dr. Brecht
Commissioner Jones' Recommendation
Agent is Called to Washington
Inspector Duncan Visits the Seminoles
His Glowing Tribute
Recommends a Reservation
Must be Decided by Congress
The Cruelty of Any Attempt to Remove the
Indians
The Author Appeals to Every Lover of 249(1)
Justice
Appendix
Osceola Nikkanoochee
The Treaty of Tallahassee
Treaty of Pope's
List of Battles and Other Engagements
Occuring in Florida During the Seminole
War
Forts afid Posts Established in Florida
Bibliography
Index
Errata 250