2 edition of Archeological investigation at Fort Mims found in the catalog.
Archeological investigation at Fort Mims
Noel R. Stowe
by Division of Grants, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||Susan C. Olsen, editor ; Noel R. Stowe and Marvin Hoyt.|
|Series||Archeological completion report series ;, no. 4|
|Contributions||Hoyt, Marvin, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F334.F67 S76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||76600801|
The Fort Mims site commemorates the battle that led to the Creek War of On Aug over Creek Indians destroyed Fort Mims. American settlers, U.S. allied Creeks, and enslaved African Americans had sought refuge in the stockade. Utilizing a variety of archival and private photographic collections, Benjamin D. Brotemarkle has assembled a unique history of Titusville and Mims. Author of Beyond the Theme Parks: Exploring Central Florida, Brotemarkle is an award-winning broadcast journalist whose features have been heard around the world on Voice of America Radio, National 5/5(1).
At Fort Mims the assault was kept up, in the face of desperate resistance, from noon until nearly sunset — a persistence due solely to the fact that the savages were for once commanded by a real soldier, who possessed the qualities of an able and determined general. The Indians here, as everywhere else, were disposed after a while, as has. This makes Mims a place where there is an above average chance of becoming a victim of a property crime, when compared to all other communities in America of all population sizes. Property crimes are motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny, and burglary. Your chance of becoming a victim of any of these crimes in Mims is one in
A week before the Fort Mims attack on Aug , a Choctaw man reported that he had seen a large contingent of Creeks on the move near the Alabama River. Although some Choctaw and Creek people counted relatives among the villages of the other Nation, historically they had more often warred against one another. Learn the battle of new orleans with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of the battle of new orleans flashcards on Quizlet.
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Get this from a library. Archeological investigation at Fort Mims. [Noel R Stowe; Marvin Hoyt; Susan C Olsen; United States.
Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation. Division of Grants.]. Cite this Record. Archeological Investigation at Fort Mims. Susan C. Olsen. Archeological Completion Report Series,1.
DC: national park service. (tDAR id: ). The Fort Mims massacre took place on Augduring the Creek War, when a force of Creek Indians belonging to the Red Sticks faction, under the command of head warriors Peter McQueen and William Weatherford (also known as Lamochattee or Red Eagle), stormed the fort and defeated the militia garrison.
Afterward, a massacre ensued and almost all of the Location: 35 to 40 miles north of Mobile, Alabama. Cite this Record. Archaeological Investigation at Fort Mims. Noel R.
Stowe, Marvin Hoyt. (tDAR id: )Author: Noel R. Stowe, Marvin Hoyt. Archeological Investigation at Fort McKavett Archeological Completion Report Series No.
2 (Susan C. Olsen and Emerson L. Pearson, ). Archeological Investigation at Fort Mims Archeological Completion Report Series No. 4 (Noel R. Stowe, Marvin Hoyt and Susan C.
Olsen, ). Mission Conception Archeological Completion Report Series No. 5 (Curtis D. Tunnell. Fort Mims, Tensaw, Alabama. 2, likes 1 talking about this.
Aug marks the th Anniversary of the battle of Fort Mims. Join us for a weekend 5/5(13). The conditions and events that led up to the Creek Indian War, which resulted in the Fort Mims massacre on Augbegan before the start of the War of In the early s, the loosely confederated tribes of the Creek nation numbered somewhere betw to 24, persons and primarily inhabited present day Alabama and western.
The funding campaign for the blockhouse at Ft Mims will be drawing to a close on J If you would like participate in this worthwhile project, act now. Each log donor will have their name included on a plaque near the completed structure along with a dedication or memorial to an ancestor of Fort Mims or family member.
Archeological Investigation at Fort McKavett (Susan C. Olsen and Emerson L. Pearson, ) 3. Archeological Investigation at Fort Griffin (Catherine Yates and Susan C.
Olsen, ) 4. Archeological Investigation at Fort Mims (Noel R. Stowe, Marvin Hoyt and Susan C. Olsen, ) 5. Mission Conception (Curtis D. Tunnell, ) 6. Consisting of a stockade, blockhouse, and sixteen other buildings, Fort Mims provided protection for over people including a militia force numbering approximately men.
Commanded by Major Daniel Beasley, a lawyer by trade, many of the fort's inhabitants, including Dixon Bailey, were mixed-race and part Creek. Massacre at Fort MimsOn Auga force of about Creek Indians destroyed Fort Mims, in present-day Baldwin County, killing defenders and taking at least captives, in the first major battle of the Creek War of Some American settlers, U.S.-allied Creeks, and enslaved African Americans had taken refuge inside a stockade hastily erected.
The attack on Fort Mims during the War of marked the beginning of a mostly-forgotten phase of the war, in which Native Americans fought on the side of the British against the US in hopes of wi.
Fort Mims, Tensaw, Alabama. 2, likes 2 talking about this. Aug marks the th Anniversary of the battle of Fort Mims. Join us for a weekend 5/5(13).
John Mims in Florida. 30 records in 33 cities for John Mims in Florida. The top city of residence is Tallahassee, followed by Pensacola. The average John Mims is around 68 years of age with around 48% falling in to the age group of At noon the eastern gate of Fort Mims was wide open, giving approximately 1, Indians ample availability to its interior, even though they had to walk across an open field yards wide in order to reach the fort itself.
Coming within thirty steps of the fort's walls, a sentry finally gave the cry of alarm but by that time it was too late. What is Whitepages people search. Whitepages provides the top free people search and tenant screening tool online with contact information for over million people including cell phone numbers and complete background check data compiled from public records, white pages and other directories in all 50 states.
We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day. Archaeology at Fort Mims: Excavation Contexts and Artifact Catalog Gregory A. Waselkov, Bonnie L. Gums, James W. Parker Center for Archaeological Studies, University of South Alabama, - Archaeology and history - pages.
Fort Mims The five acre site of Fort Mims is located 7 miles west of Tensaw, Alabama in Baldwin County off State Road To reach Fort Mims take County Rd 80 off of State Rd 59 north of Stockton, Baldwin County Contact Phone number is () The site has picnic tables and an interpretive walkway, but no staff or facilities.
Some insight to the history at Fort Mims and the Creek Wars. Pioneer Victims of the Ft. Mims Massacre Baldwin County, Alabama Aug The following list was complied by Mr.
David P. Mason and is excerpted from "Fort Mims and The Tensaw Settlement", by Dess L. and Tom Sangster, The booklet may be purchased from Coffeetable Publications, PO BoxBay Minette, AL. Fort Mims, temporary stockade near the confluence of the Tombigbee and Alabama rivers.
It was the scene of a massacre (Aug. 30, ); William Weatherford  led a Native American force in the killing of c whites.Suggested Reading.
For more information on the Battle of San Jacinto, and events in Texas history leading up to the battle, check out the following titles. They are available in many public, college, and university libraries, and some of them are currently in .Burnt Corn was the battle which persuaded the Red Sticks to attack Fort Mims in the first place, according to that article.
I wonder if, perhaps, the prevailing view among American historians is that the Creek War started with the massacre, and thus this is given precedence in the usual jingoistic manner, rather than the battle which the Red.