TITLE

The master of life speaks to the wolf

PUB. DATE
August 2017
SOURCE
Master of Life Speaks to the Wolf;8/1/2017, p138
SOURCE TYPE
Primary Source Document
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents the author's message about the Master of Life and the key role of the Choctaw Indians in competition over the European countries for control of the lower Mississippi Valley. Role of the Master of Life; Conditions given by the Master to the people; Pleas and plight of the Choctaw chiefs; Ownership of the Choctaw land after the Seven Years War; Relationship of the British and Choctaws on trade and other aspects.
ACCESSION #
21212986

 

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