Sacred Revolt by Joel W Martin
The Muskogees' Struggle for a New World

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The Muskogees' Struggle for a New World

'In Sacred Revolt Joel Martin places the 1813-1814 revolt of the people who were called 'Creek Indians' in the context of world history while forsaking nothing of the texture of their own culture. With a deft use of multiple perspectives, he has rewritten a chapter in the history of the Old South. His book will do much to freshen stale ways of thinking about a valiant people.'

-Charles Hudson, author of The Southeastern Indians
 

About Joel W Martin

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Joel Martin is an expert in the paranormal and an award-winning television host, producer, and writer. Patricia Romanowski is an award-winning author and editor whose work has appeared in the "New York Times Book Review" and "Rolling Stone". They are the authors of "We Don't Die", "We Are Not Forgotten", and "Our Children Forever".
 
Published January 1, 1991 by Beacon Press. 233 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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In the bloodiest battle waged between the U.S. Army and Native Americans, 800 Muskogee (Creek) Indians were killed in 1814 along the Tallapoosa River in what is now Alabama. In this scholarly and grou

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Martin's groundbreaking scholarly study places in a new, religious context the bloodiest battle between the U.S. Army and Native Americans, fought in 1814 along the Tallapoosa River in what is now Alabama.

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In the bloodiest battle waged between the U.S. Army and Native Americans, 800 Muskogee (Creek) Indians were killed in 1814 along the Tallapoosa River in what is now Alabama.

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