|Bibiography of Literature
Related to the
Creek War and the War of 1812 in
the Gulf South
Abernathy, Thomas P. The South in the New Nation, 1789-1819. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1961.
______. The Formative Period in Alabama, 1815-1828. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1965.
Adair, James. The History of the American Indians. Edited by Kathryn E. Holland Braund. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama
Adams, Henry. History of the United States of America During the Administrations of James Madison. New York: Albert and
Charles Boni, 1930.
Adams, Reed M. B. “New Orleans and the War of 1812.” Louisiana Historical Quarterly 16 (April, July, Oct., 1933): 221-34,
478-503, 681-703; 17 (January, April, July, 1934): 169-82, 349-63, 502-23.
Akers, Frank H., Jr. “The Unexpected Challenge: The Creek War of 1813-1814.” Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University,
Department of History, 1975.
Anonymous. “A Narrative of the Life and Death of Lieut. Joseph Morgan Wilcox, Who was Massacred by the Creek Indians,
on the Alabama River, (Miss. Ter.) on the 15th of January, 1814. Marietta, OH: R. Prentiss, 1816.
Arthur, Stanley Clisby. The Story of the Battle of New Orleans. New Orleans: Louisiana Historical Society, 1915.
______. Jean Lafitte: A Gentleman Rover. New Orleans: Harmonson, 1952.
Austill, Jeremiah. (Autobiography). Alabama Historical Quarterly 6 (Spring, 1944): 84-86.
Austill, Margaret Ervin. "Memories of journeying through Creek county and childhood in Clarke County,
1811-1814." Alabama Historical Quarterly 6 (Spring, 1944): p. 92-98.
Badger, Reid and Lawrence A. Clayton, eds. Alabama and the Borderlands: From Prehistory to Statehood. Tuscaloosa:
University of Alabama Press, 1985.
Ball, T.H. A Glance into the Great South-East; Or, Clarke County, Alabama, and Its Surroundings from 1540-1877.
Tuscaloosa: Willo Publishing Co., 1962.
Barber, Douglas. “Council Government and the Genesis of the Creek War.” Alabama Review 38 (July 1985):163-74.
Bassett, John Spencer, ed. Correspondence of Andrew Jackson. Vol. 1, to April 30, 1814. Vol. 2, May 1, 1814, to
December 31, 1819. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 371. Washington, D.C., 1926.
______. The Life of Andrew Jackson. 2 vols. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page, 1911.
Battle of New Orleans Sesquicentennial Celebration Commission. Battle of New Orleans Sesquicentennial Celebration,
1815-1965. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1965.
Beidler, Philip D. “A.B. Meek’s Great American Epic Poem of 1855; or, the Curious Career of the Red Eagle.” Mississippi
Quarterly 51 (Spring, 1998): 275-90.
Beirne, Francis F. The War of 1812. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1949.
Benn, Carl. The War of 1812. Oxford, U.K.: Osprey Publishing, 2002.
Blackshear, David. Memoir of General David Blackshear, Including Letters from Governors Irwin, Jackson, Mitchell, Early,
and Rabun, and from Major General McIntosh, Brigadier-General Floyd, and Other Officers of the Army in the War of
1813-14, on the Frontier and Sea-Coast of Georgia; and Also Letters from Members of Congress, Dr. Moses Waddel,
and Others: Together with a Muster Roll of Troops under his Command. Edited by Stephen F. Miller. Philadelphia:
J.B. Lippincott, 1858.
Bonner, James. “Tustunugee and Creek Factionalism on the Georgia-Alabama Frontier.” Alabama Review 10 (April, 1957):
Borneman, Walter R. 1812: The War that Forged a Nation. New York: Harper-Collins, 2004.
Boyd, Mark F., ed. “Journal of James Tait for the Year 1813.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 8 (September, 1924): 229-39.
______. “Events at Prospect Bluff on the Apalachicola River, 1808-1818.” Florida Historical Quarterly 14 (October, 1937):
Brands, H.W. Andrew Jackson: His Life and Times. New York: Doubleday, 2005.
Brannan, John. Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States, During the War with Great Britain in
the years 1812, 13, 14, and 15. Washington: Way and Gideon, 1823.
Brannon, Peter A. “Journal of James Tait for the Year 1813.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 8 (1924): 229-239.
______. “Journal of James Tait for the Year 1813.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 2 (Winter, 1940): 431-440.
______. “Indian Treaties.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 12 (1950): 118-241.
______. “Fort Mitchell References.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 21 (1959):1-13.
Braund, Kathryn E. Holland. Deerskins and Duffels: The Creek Indian Trade with Anglo-America, 1685-1815. Lincoln:
University of Nebraska Press, 1996.
Brewer, Willis. Alabama: Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men. Montgomery: Barrett and Brown, 1872.
Brooks, Charles. The Siege of New Orleans. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1961.
Brooks, Philip C. “Spain’s Farewell to Louisiana, 1803-1821.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 27 (July, 1940): 29-42.
Brown, Jerry E. “The Federal Road: Tourists in the Creek Nation.” Alabama Heritage 22 (Fall, 1991): 20-31.
Brown, Roger H. The Republic in Peril: 1812. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.
Brown, Wilburt S. The Amphibious Campaign for West Florida and Louisiana, 1814-1815. Tuscaloosa: University of
Alabama Press, 1969.
Bryant, Charles E. The Tensaw Country North of the Ellicott Line, 1800-1860. Bay Minette, AL: Lavender Press, 1998.
Buchanan, John. Jackson’s Way: Andrew Jackson and the People of the Western Waters. New York: John Wiley and
Buell, Augustus C. A History of Andrew Jackson. 2 vols. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1904.
Burstein, Andrew. The Passions of Andrew Jackson. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003.
Carter, Clarence Edward, ed. The Territorial Papers of the United States, vols. 5-6, The Territory of Mississippi, 1798-1817.
Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1937-38.
Carter, Samuel, III. Blaze of Glory: The Fight for New Orleans, 1814-1815. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1971.
Casey, Powell A. Louisiana at the Battle of New Orleans. New Orleans. Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee
of Louisiana, 1965.
Cashin, Edward J. Lachlan McGillivray, Indian Trader: The Shaping of the Southern Colonial Frontier. Athens: University of
Georgia Press, 1992.
Caughey, John Walton. McGillivray of the Creeks. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1938.
Chartrand, Rene. Uniforms and Equipment of the United States Forces in the War of 1812. Youngstown, NY: Old Fort
Niagara Association, 1992.
Chaudhuri, Jean, and Joyotpaul Chaudhuri. A Sacred Path: The Way of the Muscogee Creeks. Los Angeles: UCLA
American Indian Studies Center, 2001.
Chidsey, D.B. The Battle of New Orleans. New York: Crown, 1961.
Christian, Marus. Negro Soldiers in the Battle of New Orleans. New Orleans. Louisiana Landmarks Society, 1965.
Claiborne, J.F.H. Mississippi, as a Province, Territory and State. Jackson: Power and Barksdale, 1880.
______. Life and Times of Gen. Sam. Dale, the Mississippi Partisan. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1860.
Claiborne, Nathaniel Herbert. Notes on the War in the South. Richmond: William Ramsay, 1819.
Clark, Thomas D., ed. Travels in the Old South: A Bibliography, 1527-1860. 3 vols. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press,
Clark, Thomas D. and John D.W. Guice. The Old Southwest, 1795-1830: Frontiers in Conflict. Norman: University of
Oklahoma Press, 1996.
Cobbett, William. Life of Andrew Jackson. New York: Haper and Brothers, 1834.
Coker, William S. The Last Battle of the War of 1812: New Orleans. No, Fort Bowyer! Pensacola: Perdido Bay Press, 1981.
Coker, William S., and Thomas D. Watson. Indian Traders of the Southeastern Spanish Borderlands: Panton, Leslie and
Company and John Forbes and Company, 1783-1847. Pensacola: University of West Florida Press, 1986.
Coleman, Kenneth, and Charles Stephen Gurr, eds. Dictionary of Georgia Biography. Athens: University of Georgia Press,
Coles, Harry L. The War of 1812. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1965.
Coley, C.J. “The Battle of Horseshoe Bend.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 14 (Nos. 1 and 2, 1952): 129-135.
Coley, C.J. “Creek Treaties, 1790-1832.” Alabama Review 11 (July, 1958): 163-176.
Comings, L.J. Newcomb, and Martha M. Albers. A Brief History of Baldwin County. Fairhope, AL: Baldwin County Historical
Cooke, Captain John Henry. A Narrative of Events in the South of France, and of the Attack on New Orleans, in 1814 and
1815. London: T.W. Boone, 1835.
Cooper, James, and Sherman, Charles. Secret Acts, Resolutions, and Instructions under which East Florida was Invaded by
the United States Troops, Naval Forces, and Volunteers, in 1812 and 1813: Together with the Official Correspondence
of the Agents and Officers of the Government, Showing That the Pretended Revolution was Excited by the Agents of
the United States as a Cover to the Seizure of the Province: and that the Executive Government Secretly Sanctioned
and Abetted the Said Invasion, and Is Justly Responsible for All Injuries Which Resulted from It; and That Active
Hostilities Were Carried on from March, 1812, until the Middle of May, 1813. Washington: George S. Gideon, 1860.
Corkran, David H. The Creek Frontier, 1540-1783. Civilization of the American Indian Series, no. 86. Norman: University of
Oklahoma Press, 1967.
Cotterill, Robert S. The Southern Indians: The Story of the Civilized Tribes before Removal. Norman: University of
Oklahoma Press, 1954.
Covington, James W. “The Negro Fort.” Gulf South Historical Review 5 (Spring, 1990): 78-91.
Cox, Isaac Joslin. The West Florida Controversy, 1798-1813. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1918.
Crockett, David. A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett of the State of Tennessee. Knoxville: University of Tennessee
Cullum, G.W., ed. Campaigns of the War of 1812-15. New York: Miller, 1879.
Davis, Karl. “Much of the Indian Appears: Adaptation and Persistence in a Creek Community, 1773-1854.” Ph.D.
dissertation, University of North Carolina, Department of History, Chapel Hill, 2003.
Davis, William C. A Way Through the Wilderness: The Natchez Trace and the Civilization of the Southern Frontier. Baton
Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1996.
_____. The Pirates Laffite: The Treacherous World of the Corsairs of the Gulf. Orlando: Harcourt, 2005.
Dean, Lewis S. “Tecumseh’s Prophecy: The Great New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812 and 1843 in Alabama.”
Alabama Review 47 (July, 1994): 163-171.
Debo, Angie. The Road to Disappearance: A History of the Creek Indians. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1941.
De Grummond, Jane L. The Baratarians and the Battle of New Orleans. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press,
Dickens, Roy S., Jr. Archaeological Investigations at Horseshoe Bend, National Military Park, Alabama. Alabama
Archaeological Society, Special Publication 3. Tuscaloosa: Alabama Archaeological Society, 1979.
Dixon, Richard R. The Battle on the West Bank. New Orleans: Louisiana Landmarks Society, 1965.
Doster, James F. “Early Settlements on the Tombigbee and Tensaw Rivers.” Alabama Review 12 (April, 1959): 83-94.
______, ed. “Letters Relating to the Tragedy at Fort Mims: August-September, 1813.” Alabama Review 14 (1961): 269-85.
_____. The Creek Indians and Their Florida Lands, 1740-1823. 2 Volumes. New York: Garland, 1974.
Dowd, Gregory Evans. A Spirited Resistance: The North American Indian Struggle for Unity, 1745-1815. Baltimore: Johns
Hopkins University Press, 1992.
Drake, Benjamin. Life of Tecumseh, and His Brother the Prophet: with a Historical Sketch of the Sahwnee Indians.
Cincinnati: E. Morgan, 1841.
Driesbach, J.D. “Weatherford – ‘The Red Eagle.’” Alabama Historical Reporter 2 (February, 1884): n.p., 2 (March, 1884):
n.p., and 2 (April, 1884): n.p.
Dudley, William S. et al., eds. The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History. Washington, D.C.: Naval Historical Center,
Department of the Navy, 1985.
Edmunds, R. David. American Indian Leaders: Studies in Diversity. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1980.
______.The Shawnee Prophet. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1983.
______. Tecumseh and the Quest for Indian Leadership. New York: Little, Brown, 1984.
Eggleston, George Cary. Red Eagle and the Wars with the Creek Indians of Alabama.
New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1878.
Eller, E.M., W.J. Morgan, and R.M. Basoco. Sea Power and the Battle of New Orleans. New Orleans: Louisiana Landmarks
Elliott, Jack D., Jr. “The Plymouth Fort and Creek War: A Mystery Solved.” Journal of Mississippi History 62 (Fall, 2000):
Elting, John R. Amateurs, To Arms! A Military History of the War of 1812. Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1991.
England, Bob, Jack Friend, Michael Bailey, and Blanton Blankenship. Images of America: Fort Morgan. Charleston: Arcadia
Ethridge, George. “Sam Dale.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 7 (Winter, 1945): 475-484.
Ethridge, Robbie. Creek Country: The Creek Indians and Their World. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2003.
Fairbanks, Charles H. “Excavations at Horseshoe Bend, Alabama.” Florida Anthropologist 15 (1962): 41-56.
Faust, Richard H. “Another Look at General Jackson and the Indians of the Mississippi Territory.” Alabama Review 28
(July, 1975): 202-217.
Fay, H.A. Collection of the Official Accounts, in Detail, of All the Battles Fought by Sea and Land Between the Navy and
Army of Great Britain, During the Years 1812, 12, 14, and 15. New York: E. Conrad, 1817.
Feldman, Jay. When the Mississippi Ran Backwards: Empire, Intrigue, Murder, and the New Madrid Earthquake. New York:
Free Press, 2005.
Fisher, Ruth A. “The Surrender of Pensacola as Told by the British.” American Historical Review 54 (January, 1949): 326-29.
Floyd, John. “Letters of John Floyd, 1813-1838.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 33 (1949): 228-69.
Forester, C.S. The Age of Fighting Sail: The Story of the Naval War of 1812. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1956.
______. “Victory at New Orleans.” American Heritage 8 (August, 1957): 4-9, 106-8.
Forrest, Charles Ramus. “Journal of the Operations Against New Orleans in 1814 And 1815.” Ed. Carson I.A. Ritchie.
Louisiana Historical Quarterly 44: 3-4 (July-October 1961), pp. 11-126.
Foster, H. Thomas II, ed. The Collected Works of Benjamin Hawkins, 1796-1810. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press,
Frank, Andrew K. Creeks and Southerners: Biculturalism on the Early American Frontier. Lincoln: University of Nebraska
Gayarre, Charles E. “Historical Sketch of Pierre and Jean Lafitte.” Magazine of American History 10 (October, November
1883): 284-98, 389-96.
Ghioto, Paul A. “The Centennial Celebration of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 40 (Spring and
Summer, 1978): 78-85.
Gleig, George R. The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans. London: John Murray, 1847.
Goff, John H. “Excursion Along the Old Way to the West.” The Georgia Review 6 (1952): 188-202.
______. “Across Georgia with LaFayette.” The Georgia Review 17 (1963): 193-205.
Goodwin, Philo A. Biography of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States. New York: R.H. Towner, 1833.
Graham, John Simpson. The History of Clarke County. Birmingham: Birmingham Print Company, 1923.
Grant, C.L, ed. Letters, Journals and Writings of Benjamin Hawkins. 2 vols. Savannah: Beehive Press, 1980.
Green, Michael D. The Creeks: A Critical Bibliography. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1979.
______. The Politics of Indian Removal: Creek Government and Society in Crisis. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press,
Greenslade, Marie Taylor. “John Innerarity, 1783-1854.” Florida Historical Quarterly 9 (October, 1930): 90-95.
Griffin, Charles Carroll. The United States and the Disruption of the Spanish Empire, 1810-1822: A Study of the Relations of
the United States with Spain and with the Rebel Spanish Colonies. New York: Columbia University Press, 1937.
Griffith, Benjamin W., Jr. McIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1988.
______. “Chief William McIntosh: Scottish-Indian Statesman and General.” Alabama Heritage 17 (Summer, 1990):2-17.
Groom, Winston. Patriotic Fire: Andrew Jackson and Jean Laffite at the Battle of New Orleans. New York: Alfred A. Knopf:
Guyton, Pearl V. and Thomas M. Owen. “Sam Dale, From J.F.H. Claiborne.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 7 (Spring, 1945):
Halaas, David Fridtjof, and Andrew E. Masich. Halfbreed: The Remarkable True Story of George Bent Caught between the
Worlds of the Indian and the White Man. Cambridge: Da Capo Press, 2004.
Halbert, Henry S. “The Creek Red Stick.” Alabama Historical Reporter 2 (May, 1884).
______. “Creek War Incidents.” Alabama Historical Society Transactions, 1897-1898, 2 (1898): 95-119.
______. “Ensign Isaac W. Davis and Hanson’s Mill.” Gulf States Historical Magazine 1 (September, 1902): 151.
______. “An Incident of Fort Mimms.” Alabama Historical Reporter 2 (May, 1884).
______. “Some Inaccuracies in Claiborne’s History in Regard to Tecumseh.” Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society
1 (1898): 101-03.
Halbert, Henry S., and Timothy H. Ball. The Creek war of 1813 and 1814. Chicago: Donohue and Henneberry 1895.
Hall, Arthur H. “The Red Stick War: Creek Indian Affairs During the War of 1812.” Chronicles of Oklahoma 12 (1934):
Hamilton, Peter J. Colonial Mobile: An Historical Study. Rev. ed Cambridge, Mass.: Riverside Press, 1910.
Hassig, Ross. “Internal Conflict in the Creek War of 1813-1814.” Ethnohistory 21 (Summer, 1974): 251-71.
Heidler, Jeanne T., and David S. Heidler, eds. Encyclopedia of the War of 1812. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, 1997.
______. Old Hickory’s War: Andrew Jackson and the Quest for Empire. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole, 1996.
Henri, Florette. The Southern Indians and Benjamin Hawkins, 1796-1816. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1986.
Hickey, Donald R. The War of 1812: A Forgotten Conflict. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1989.
Hitsman, J. Mackay. The Incredible War of 1812: A Military History. Toronto: Robin Brass Studio, 1999.
Holland, James W. Andrew Jackson and the Creek War: Victory at the Horseshoe. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press:
Holmes, Jack D.L. “Alabama’s Forgotten Settlers: Notes on the Spanish Mobile District.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 33
(Summer, 1971): 87-97.
______. Holmes, Jack D.L. “The Role of Blacks in Spanish Alabama: The Mobile District 1780-1813.” Alabama Historical
Quarterly 37 (Spring, 1975): 5-18.
______. Honor and Fidelity: The Louisiana Infantry Regiment and the Louisiana Militia Companies, 1766-1821. Louisiana
Collection Series, edited by Jack D.L. Holmes. Vol. 1. Birmingham, 1965.
Horsman, Reginald. Expansion and American Indian Policy 1812-1813. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1967.
______. The Origins of Indian Removal, 1815-1824. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1970.
______. The War of 1812. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1969.
Hoxie, Frederick E., Ronald Hoffman, and Peter J. Albert, eds. Native Americans and the Early Republic. Charlottesville:
United States Capitol Historical Society by the University Press of Virginia, 1999.
Howard, E.L. “Jett Thomas.” In Men of Mark in Georgia, vol. 2, ed. William J. Northen. Atlanta: Caldwell Publishers, 1910.
Huber, Leonard V. New Orleans as It Was in 1814-1815. New Orleans: Louisiana Landmarks Society, 1965.
Hudson, Charles M. The Southeastern Indians. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1976.
Innerarity, John. “A Prelude to the Creek War of 1813-1814, in a Letter of John Innerarity to James Innerarity.”
Florida Historical Quarterly 18 (April, 1940): 247-66.
Jacobs, James R. Tarnished Warrior: Major General James Wilkinson. New York: Macmillan, 1938.
Jacobs, James R., and Glenn Tucker. The War of 1812: A Compact History. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1969.
James, D. Clayton. Antebellum Natchez. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1968.
James, Marquis. Andrew Jackson: The Border Captain. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1933.
James, William. A Full and Correct Account of the Military Occurrences of the Late War between Great Britain and the United
States of America. 2 vols. London, 1818.
Jenkins, William H. “Alabama Forts, 1700-1838.” Alabama Review 12 (July, 1959): 163-180.
Johnson, Gerald W. Andrew Jackson: An Epic in Homespun. New York: Milton Balch, 1927.
Kanon, Thomas. “Andrew Jackson Pays the Spanish a Visit: The Capture of Pensacola, November 7, 1814. Journal of the
War of 1812 and the Era 1800 to 1840 (Spring 1999), pp. 5-8.
______. “The Other Battle of New Orleans: Andrew Jackson and the Louisianans.” Gulf South Historical Review 17
(Spring, 2002): 40-61.
______. “’A Slow Laborious Slaughter’: The Battle of Horseshoe Bend.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 58:1 (Spring 1999),
Kappler, Charles J., ed. Indian Treaties: 1778-1883. New York: Interland Publishing Company, 1973.
Lackey, Richard S., comp. Frontier Claims in the Lower South: Records of Claims Filed by Citizens of the Alabama and
Tombigbee River Settlements in the Mississippi Territory for Depredations by the Creek Indians During the
War of 1812. New Orleans: Polyanthos, 1977.
Laffite, Jean. The Journal of Jean Laffite; the Privateer-Patriot’s Own Story. New York: Vantage Press, 1958.
Langguth, A.J. Union 1812: The Americans Who Fought the Second War of Independence. New York: Simon and
Latour, Arsene Lacarriere. Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana In 1814-15. Gainesville, FL: Historic
New Orleans Collection and University Press of Florida, 1999.
La Violette, Paul Estronza. Sink or Be Sunk!: The Naval Battle in the Mississippi Sound that Preceded the Battle of New
Orleans. Waveland, MS: Annabelle Publishing, 2002.
Lengel, Leland L. “The Road to Fort Mims: Judge Harry Toulmin’s Observations on the Creek War, 1811-1813.” Alabama
Review 29 (January, 1976): 16-36.
Lincecum, Gideon. Pushmataha: A Choctaw Leader and His People. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2004.
Lossing, Benson J. Pictorial Field Book of the War of 1812. New York: Harper and Brothers. 1868.
_____. “Scenes in the War of 1812, War with the Creek Indians.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 28 (167, 1864):
Lowery, Robert, and William H. McCardle. A History of Mississippi. Jackson: R.H. Henry and Co., 1891.
Mahan, A.T. Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812. 2 vols. Boston: Little, Brown, 1905.
Mahon, John K. The War of 1812. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1972.
_______. “British Command Decisions Relative to the Battle of New Orleans.” Louisiana History 6 (Winter, 1965): 53-76.
______. “British Strategy and Southern Indians: War of 1812.” Florida Historical Quarterly 44 (April, 1966): 285-302.
Marigny, Bernard. “Reflections on New Orleans Campaign.” Edited and translated by Grace King. Louisiana Historical
Quarterly 6 (January, 1923): 61-85.
Marks, Laurence H. “Fort Mims: A Challenge.” Alabama Review 18 (October, 1965): 275-280.
Martin, Joel W. Sacred Revolt: The Muskogees’ Struggle for a New World. Boston: Beacon Press, 1991.
______. “The Creek Prophetic Movement.” Alabama Heritage 23 Winter, 1992): 4-13.
______. The Land Looks After Us: A History of Native American Religion. Oxford; Oxford University Press, 2001.
Mason, David Pierce. Massacre at Fort Mims. Mobile: Greenberry Publishing, 1975.
______. Five Dollars a Scalp: The Last Mighty War Whoop of the Creek Indians. Huntsville: Strode Publishers, 1975.
Matte, Jacqueline Anderson. The History of Washington County: First County in Alabama. Chatom, AL: Washington
County Historical Society, 1982.
Mauelshagen, Carl, and Gerald H. Davis, eds. Partners in the Lord’s Work: The Diary of Two Moravian Missionaries in the
Creek Indian Country, 1807-1813. Georgia State College, School of Arts and Sciences, Research Paper 21. Atlanta,
McAlister, L.N. “Pensacola during the Second Spanish Period.” Florida Historical Quarterly 32 (January-April, 1959): 281-327.
McDaniel, Mary Jane. “Tecumseh’s Visits to the Creeks.” Alabama Review 33 (January, 1980): 3-14.
McKenney, Thomas L., and James Hall. The Indian Tribes of North America. 3 vols. Edinburgh: John Grant, 1833-34.
McLemore, Richard Aubrey, ed. A History of Mississippi. Hattiesburg: University and College Press of Mississippi, 1973.
Maclay, Edgar S. “Battle of New Orleans Half Won at Sea.” Magazine of History 16 (January, 1913): 29-34.
Meek, Alexander Beaufort. The Red Eagle: A Poem of the South. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1855.
______. Romantic Passages in Southwestern History. Mobile: S.H. Goetzel, 1857.
Morgan, David B. “General David B. Morgan’s Defense of the Conduct of the Louisiana Militia in the Battle on the Left Side of
the River.” Louisiana Historical Quarterly 9 (January, 1926): 16-29.
Moser, Harold D., and Sharon McPherson, eds. The Papers of Andrew Jackson. Vol. 2, 1804-1813. Knoxville: University of
Tennessee Press, 1984.
Murdock, Richard K., ed. “A British Report on West Florida and Louisiana, November 1812.” Florida Historical Quarterly 43
(July, 1964): 36-51.
“Nameplaces Affected by the Indian War of 1813-14.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 13 (Nos. 1-4, 1951): 132-135.
Neeley, Mary Ann Oglesby. “Lachlan McGillivray, a Scot on the Alabama Frontier.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 36
(Spring, 1974): 5-14.
Nunez, Theron A., Jr., ed. “Creek Nativism and the Creek War of 1813-1814.” Ethnohistory 5 (2, 1958): 1-75; 5
(3, 1958): 292-301.
O’Brien, Michael. In Bitterness and in Tears: Andrew Jackson’s Destruction of the Creeks and Seminoles. Westport:
Patterson, Benton Rain. The Generals: Andrew Jackson, Sir Edward Pakenham, and the Road to the Battle of New Orleans.
New York: New York University Press, 2005.
Patton, Charles. Chalmette: The Battle for New Orleans and How the British Nearly Stole the Louisiana Territory. Bowling
Green: Hickory Tales Publishers, 2001.
Penick, James Lal, Jr. The New Madrid Earthquakes. Rev. ed. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1981.
Perdue, Theda. “Mixed Blood” Indians: Racial Construction in the Early South. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2003.
Pickett, Albert James. History of Alabama, and Incidentally of Georgia and Mississippi, from the Earliest Period. 2 vols.
Charleston: Walker and James, 1851.
______. “McGillivray and the Creeks.” Alabama Historical Quarterly 1 (Summer, 1930): 126-48.
Piker, Joshua. Okfuskee: A Creek Indian Town in Colonial America. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2004.
Pound, Merritt B. Benjamin Hawkins, Indian Agent. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1951.
Pratt, Julius. Expansionists of 1812. New York: Macmillan, 1925.
Prucha, Francis Paul. American Indian Policy in the Formative Years: The Indian Trade and Intercourse Acts, 1790-1834.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962.
______. A Bibliographical Guide to the History of Indian-White Relations in the United States. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, 1977.
______. The Sword of the Republic: The United States Army on the Frontier, 1783-1846. New York: Macmillan, 1969.
______. “Andrew Jackson’s Indian Policy: A Reassessment.” Journal of American History 56 (December, 1969): 527-39.
Quimby, Robert S. The U.S. Army in the War of 1812: An Operational and Command Study. East Lansing: Michigan State
University Press, 1997.
Ramsay, Jack C., Jr. Jean Lafitte: Prince of Pirates. Austin: Eakin Press, 1996.
Rankin, Hugh, ed. The Battle of New Orleans: A British View. New Orleans: Hauser Press, 1961.
Read, William A. Indian Place Names in Alabama. Rev. ed. By James B. McMillan. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press,
Reid, John, and John H. Eaton. The Life of Andrew Jackson: The Original 1817 Edition. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama
Reilly, Robin. The British at the Gates: The New Orleans Campaign in the War of 1812. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons,
Remini, Robert V. Andrew Jackson and His Indian Wars. New York: Viking Penguin, 2001.
______. Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Empire, 1767-1821. New York: Harper and Row, 1977.
______. Andrew Jackson. New York: Harper and Row, 1969.
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