Red Sticks were a traditionalist faction of Muscogee Creek people in the
American Southeast in ... The Red Sticks came primarily from the Upper Towns of
the Creek Confederacy and opposed assimilatio...
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The leader or founder of the Red Stick Confederacy was Tecumseh. The name
Red Stick comes from the Creek Indains. This confederacy was a big problem for
Jan 5, 2015 ... In 1813 a civil war broke out within the Creek Confederacy. There were two
factions among the Creeks: the Red Sticks (called this because their ... influenced
by the Shawnee leader Tecumseh and his brother The Prophet, ...
Speaking after Tecumseh, he gave counterarguments to Tecumseh's proposal. ...
The Red Stick leaders sought the Choctaw people as their ally in war against ...
Those called Creek participated in a loose political confederation in which one ....
suggested that Red Sticks refers to the war clubs Tecumseh's party carried.
Tecumseh was furious and threatened that if Harrison did not give the land back
... He did this and called the Indian Confederacy the Red Stick Confederacy. 6.
Jul 16, 2014 ... Of course, the Red Sticks thought that this was Tecumseh's signal to ... who
joined in the Native American confederation in the War of 1812, ...
Oct 8, 2014 ... Facing overwhelming odds, the Red Sticks fought bravely yet ... in a loose
confederation of towns along the rivers of Georgia and Alabama. ... Many
individuals in the Upper Creek Towns responded favorably to Tecumseh.
The most that many students heard of the great Native leader Tecumseh, for ....
war leaders, a confederation of tribes rose up in rebellion against the British. ....
as the Red Stick Rebellion of 181331–but they did not travel north with
Chief Two Sticks ... Tecumseh, Red Cloud and Sitting Bull: Three Great Indian
Leaders ... and the Mississippi persuading other tribes to join his confederacy.