America's Hundred Years' War: U.S. Expansion to the Gulf Coast and the Fate of the Seminole, 1763-1858 (Paperback)
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America's Hundred Years' War: U.S. Expansion to the Gulf Coast and the Fate of the Seminole, 1763-1858 (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 30/07/2015
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Featuring essays on topics ranging from international diplomacy to Seminole military strategy, America's Hundred Years' War urges us to reexamine the traditional line of thought that has previously defined early U.S. expansion into the Spanish Gulf borderlands, establishing the groundwork for research that is more balanced and looks beyond the hopes and dreams of whites.

Publisher: University Press of Florida
ISBN: 9780813061757
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 445 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 x 17 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"A valuable contribution to the literature and certainly achieves its objective of highlighting America's Hundred Years' War."--"The Journal of Southern History"

"This volume is necessary reading for any scholar of southeastern Native Americans, those interested in Florida history, and an excellent case study of the complex consequences of American expansion and Manifest Destiny."--"Southern Historian"

"Provides scholars and avocational historians with useful, important insights into U.S. expansion in the South, an area often overshadowed by the settlement of the West."--"The Chronicles of Oklahoma"

"Largely historical in scope and approach and is successful in placing this relatively small-scale history on the national and international stage. The scholarship of Florida history desperately needs this approach, and William Belko's book serves this cause very well."--"Florida Historical Quarterly"

A valuable contribution to the literature and certainly achieves its objective of highlighting America s Hundred Years War. "The Journal of Southern History"
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This volume is necessary reading for any scholar of southeastern Native Americans, those interested in Florida history, and an excellent case study of the complex consequences of American expansion and Manifest Destiny. "Southern Historian"
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Largely historical in scope and approach and is successful in placing this relatively small-scale history on the national and international stage. The scholarship of Florida history desperately needs this approach, and William Belko s book serves this cause very well. "Florida Historical Quarterly"
"
Provides scholars and avocational historians with useful, important insights into U.S. expansion in the South, an area often overshadowed by the settlement of the West. "The Chronicles of Oklahoma"
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A compelling argument for a re-examination of the Gulf region s complex history. "America s Hundred Years War "does an excellent job of pointing out the myriad of political, racial, and cultural influences that shaped the era s development in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. "War in History"
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Will be of interest to historians of the borderlands, American expansion, Native Americans, and the Gulf Coast and Southeast during the early republic and antebellum periods. "Journal of the Early Republic"
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"Will be of interest to historians of the borderlands, American expansion, Native Americans, and the Gulf Coast and Southeast during the early republic and antebellum periods."--Journal of the Early Republic

"A valuable contribution to the literature and certainly achieves its objective of highlighting America's Hundred Years' War."--The Journal of Southern History

"Largely historical in scope and approach and is successful in placing this relatively small-scale history on the national and international stage. The scholarship of Florida history desperately needs this approach, and William Belko's book serves this cause very well."--Florida Historical Quarterly

"Provides scholars and avocational historians with useful, important insights into U.S. expansion in the South, an area often overshadowed by the settlement of the West."--The Chronicles of Oklahoma

"This volume is necessary reading for any scholar of southeastern Native Americans, those interested in Florida history, and an excellent case study of the complex consequences of American expansion and Manifest Destiny."--Southern Historian

"A compelling argument for a re-examination of the Gulf region's complex history. America's Hundred Years' War does an excellent job of pointing out the myriad of political, racial, and cultural influences that shaped the era's development in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century."--War in History

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