Chief William McIntosh by George Chapman

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Published by Cherokee Publishing Company .

Written in English

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  • Native American,
  • History / Native American,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8114555M
ISBN 100877973148
ISBN 109780877973140
OCLC/WorldCa65186322

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In that bitter time of dispossession known as Indian Removal when others lost hope, Chief McIntosh believed in a future where. — Joseph Bruchac, author of Our Stories Remember "One of the most misunderstood and maligned figures of early United States history is Chief William McIntosh.

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Chief William McIntosh: a man of two worlds User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The pivotal roles of leading southeastern Indian chiefs after the Revolutionary War are now being reexamined. McIntosh, the son of a Creek woman and a Scottish soldier, led Creek brigades against the.

Chief William McIntosh: a man of two worlds User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict The pivotal roles of leading southeastern Indian chiefs after the Revolutionary War are now being reexamined. Benjamin McIntosh () married Catherine McIntosh inand they emigrated from Scotland to land near Darien, Georgia.

His grandson, William McIntosh, Sr. (), married three times (twice to Creek Indian maidens and once to a cousin). William McIntosh, Jr.

(ca) became a chief of the Creek Indians. Descendants lived in Georgia, Oklahoma, California and elsewhere. William McIntosh was a controversial chief of the Lower Creeks in early-nineteenth-century Georgia.

His general support of the United States and its efforts to obtain cessions of Creek territory alienated him from many Creeks who opposed white encroachment on Indian land. He supported General Andrew Jackson in the Creek War ofalso.

This biography of one of history’s most villainized figures is lovingly written and researched by Chief William’s descendant, Billie Jane McIntosh. “Billie Jane McIntosh combines accuracy of history and immediacy of fiction to relate the life of her ancestor, a warrior, diplomat, and selfless leader of.

Billie Jane McIntosh’s ongoing interest in her Creek heritage has led to her third book – a biography of Chief William McIntosh, in whose honor Coweta County was named. McIntosh has a particular insight into the family’s story, being the great-great-great-granddaughter of the half-Scots chief.

McIntosh, a principal chief of the Creeks, was murdered for his efforts in favor of removal to the West. Documentation for this biography is primarily from government records; however, the author includes interpretations from the McIntosh family today.

Chief William McIntosh book Recommended for general B. Davis, Museum of the American Indian Lib., New YorkPages:   Chief William McIntosh has been called a hero by some - a traitor by others.

He was one of the most intriguing characters in our state’s history. His murder was condemned by both of his two peoples. Eventually the members of his family were pardoned by the tribal council. They left Georgia for the Indian territory of Oklahoma, where they. His parents were Joseph Harris Murphy born and Sarah Ann McIntosh.A book on Fayette County GA shows Chief William McIntosh having a daughter named Sally McIntosh (b), but she is married to Fraiser McLish, and moved somewhere out west (probably OK with her older brother Chilli when he took the Creek Indians there abt ), and is.

William McIntosh ( – Ap ), also known as Tustunnuggee Hutke (White Warrior), was one of the most prominent chiefs of the Creek Nation between the turn of the nineteenth century and his execution in He was a chief of Coweta town and commander of a mounted police force.

He became a planter who owned slaves, an inn, and a ferry en: Chilly McIntosh, Jane, Rebecca, Delilah, D. The book outlines McIntosh's family history and ancestry and the events that led to him becoming a chief of the Creeks. The bulk of the short work is devoted to the events of the Red Stick's War of ofincluding the terrible battle of Tohopeka or "Horseshoe Bend" where the Creeks were heavily defeated by American forces under Andrew 4/5(1).

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On FebruChief McIntosh signed a treaty at Indian Springs selling the remaining Creek land in Georgia. Chief William McIntosh by George Chapman ISBN ISBN Paperback; Cherokee Publishing Company; ISBN   Last edited by NGE Staff on 09/28/ William McIntosh was a controversial chief of the Lower Creeks in early-nineteenth-century Georgia.

His general support of the United States and its efforts to obtain cessions of Creek territory alienated him from many Creeks who. Chief William McIntosh. George Chapman. Paperback. List Price: * * Individual store prices may vary.

Description. An excellent book fore understanding the settlement of Georgia from the Creek Indian point of view.

- The Book Report. Cherokee Publishing Company (GA),pp. In Response To: Descendants of Chief William McIntosh () Jay, Your McIntosh family is sort of outlined in an article that I edited for STIRPES, the quarterly for the Texas State Genealogical Society.

Before Las Vegas, there was Phenix City, Alabama--the original sin city. Once the sprawling capital of the Muscogee Indian Empire, the region took a sinister turn when a holy war engulfed the southern territories inleading to the murder of the infamous Chief William McIntosh.

The item Chief William McIntosh: a man of two worlds, by George Chapman ; illustrations by John Kollock represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in East Baton Rouge Parish Library. Chief William McIntosh | "An excellent book fore understanding the settlement of Georgia from the Creek Indian point of view." - The Book Report.

White warrior: the life of Chief William McIntosh. [Estelle Condra] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat.

Find items in libraries near you. Get this from a library. A history and genealogy of Chief William McIntosh, Jr., and his known descendents. [Harriet Turner Porter Corbin; Carl C Burdick].

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Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share. Social. Mail. William McIntosh Ap - Indian Springs On this day inCreek warriors set fire to a plantation house, and shot and stabbed the owner to death.

The owner was William McIntosh, a Creek Indian chief killed by his own people. McIntosh was born around to a white Scotsman and a Creek woman. Though raised among the creeks, he.

Use one of the services below to sign in to PBS: You've just tried to add this video to My first, we need you to sign in to PBS using one of the services below. ‎McIntosh Summer is set inlocation Georgia. This young adult historical fiction based on Chief William McIntosh is a glimpse into the Muscogee (Creek) culture and history.

This book bridges the timeline between the 19th and 20th Century, and it captures the melting of cultures during trying ti. Menawa, first called Hothlepoya (c. – c. ), was a Muscogee (Creek) chief and military leader. He was of mixed race, with a Creek mother and a fur trader father of mostly Scots ancestry.

As the Creek had a matrilineal system of descent and leadership, his status came from his mother's clan. He grew up among the Upper Creek in present-day Alabama and, as an adult, became part of.

Born in Georgia, McIntosh was the eldest son of Lower Creek chief William McIntosh, and half brother of Daniel N. McIntosh. Chilly McIntosh signed the treaty of Indian Springs, but, unlike his father, who negotiated the agreement, escaped execution for having sold the tribe's Georgia lands.

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Genealogy profile for William Mackintosh of that Ilk, 7th Chief. Genealogy for William Mackintosh of that Ilk, 7th Chief (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions. Born Main the Lower Creek Indian nation in Georgia, Rebecca McIntosh was the daughter of William M.

McIntosh, half-Scottish Chief of the Lower Division of Creeks, and his second wife, Susannah Ree, full-blooded Creek.

A son of William McIntosh, the mixed blood chief of the Lower Creeks, Daniel McIntosh immigrated to Indian Territory Roley MacIntosh was born at Coweta, Creek Nation aboutand after the death of Muskogee, his first wife, married Susannah, the widow of his ill fated half brother and became chief of the Lower Creeks in which position.

McIntosh was an American general during the Revolutionary War; while his cousin William McIntosh moved among the Creek Indian nation to recruit them to the American side. William’s son Chief William McIntosh was known as the “White Warrior” and became a full-fledged chief of the Creeks.

However, he was murdered by irate Creeks in Potential photos and documents for Chief William McIntosh No images were found for this exact name. Try using our image search and remember to check the name spelling. Search Now View all images Top record matches for Chief William McIntosh.Chief William McIntosh betrayed his people for economic gains, while Chief John Ross advocated for his people.

C. Chief John Ross started a war among the Creek, while Chief William McIntosh fostered an alliance with the U.S. government. D.

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