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, ...
Inspired by the Shawnee leader Tecumseh and angered by the unrestrained
encroachment of white culture, Red Sticks went to war against their own ...
Dec 15, 2013 ... The final decisive battle of Red Stick Creek War (1813-1814) was fought ... War of
1812 which made Tecumseh's Confederacy a strong political ...
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.
He welded the Creek Confederacy of towns into a unified nation for the first time.
... The Red Stick rebellion of 1813-1814 was but the frothy surface caused by far
deeper ..... There is a story that after Tecumseh visited the Creeks one chief, ...
Oct 28, 2008 ... ... visit by Tecumseh had aimed to form a pan-Indian confederation to ... A few
days later, a large Red Stick force laid siege to the Creek town of ...
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, ...
Participated in the attack on Fort Mims and was the leader of the Red Sticks at the
... Tecumseh (1768-1813) - In 1811, the Shawnee chief, Tecumseh, electrified ...
his Great Confederacy, reject white ways, and forcibly take their lands back.