The Road to Disappearance
This is the compelling story of the Creek people from their aboriginal beginnings to the loss of their political independence during the first decade of the twentieth century. A minority people, the Creeks clung against all odds to their native customs, language, and institutions. This is a chronicle of the internal life of the tribe--their folkways, religious beliefs, politics, wars, privations and persecutions.
Softcover. 399 pages.