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Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War

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University of Tampa Press
History / United States, Personal narratives, Seminole War, 2nd, 1835
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Open LibraryOL12118512M
ISBN 10187985273X
ISBN 139781879852730
OCLC/WorldCa49290311

Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War. John Bemrose, Pascal Mahon (Editor) Rating details 2 ratings 1 review. John Bemrose came from England to the U.S. in September When he enlisted in the army on November 1, he was 18 years old and gave his occupation as chemist/5.

As an eyewitness account of the early years of the Second Seminole War, this is a wonderfully useful document. John Bemrose came to America from Lincolnshire, England at age 16 and lied about his age (claiming to be 18) in order to enlist in the U.S. Army, where he would serve as a medical steward in Florida during the Second Seminole by: 9.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages facsimiles 24 cm: Responsibility: by John Bemrose ; edited with an introduction and postscript by John K. Mahon ; including Bemrose's medical case notes from the second Seminole war edited by E.A.

Hammond. Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Bemrose; John K Mahon. Bemrose, John is the author of 'Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War', published under ISBN and ISBN X.

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Read more Click for details. Insistent Visions (Series) Click for. As an eyewitness account of the early years of the Second Seminole War, this is a wonderfully useful document. John Bemrose came to America from Lincolnshire, England at age 16 and lied about his age (claiming to be 18) in order to enlist in the U.S.

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Essay; Memoir; Biography; History (general) Archeology & Fossils Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War. John Bemrose Wildcat, The Seminole: The Florida War. Electa Clark and Frank Nicholas History of the Second Seminole War, John K. Mahon The Seminole Wars: America's Longest Indian.

Shelves: florida, military, native-americans, american-history This was apparently only the second complete history of the Second Seminole War when it was originally published in (The Origin, Progress, and Conclusion of the Florida War being the first.)4/5(4).

The Second Seminole War (–) was the last major conflict fought on American soil before the Civil War. The early battlefield success of the Seminoles unnerved US generals, who worried it would spark a rebellion among Indians newly displaced by.

Brings together the reminiscences of two pioneers who came of age in antebellum Florida's Columbia County and the nearby Suwannee River Valley. Reviews: 1. Second Seminole War, conflict () that arose when the United States undertook to force the Seminole Indians to move from a reservation in central Florida to the Creek reservation west of the Mississippi River.

It was the longest of the wars of Indian removal. Learn more about the causes, battles, and outcome of the war. The editor of Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War, Professor John Mahon who is an authority on the subject, rates Bemrose's account of councils, battles, and general stream of events during as "decently accurate.".

Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War John Bemrose, Edited by John Mahon Tampa Press, (reprint ) “John Bemrose was a young medical aide in Florida during the Seminole war. He gives a fascinating account of battles, personalities, and medical practices.

instituting a Seminole removal policy, and repopulating Florida with U.S. citizens. The enforcement of this policy resulted in an undeclared, controversial, total war with unlimited ends but limited ways and means.

The end state of the Second Seminole War for the United States government was. As Dr. Mahon points out in his introduction, Sprague’s account was written only four years after the close of the seven-year struggle by an officer who participated in the last four years of the conflict.

His book is more truly a historical document than a history, and it remains the. The Seminole Wars; The Seminoles & Miccosukee; Civil War & Reconstruction; Frontier Era; Spanish-American War; Second World War; North Florida History; Central Florida History; South Florida History; Gulf Coast History; Atlantic Coast History; Keys History; Maritime & Railroad; Cuban Immigration; The African American Experience; Cultural.

The Second Seminole War, also known as the Florida War, was a conflict from to in Florida between various groups of Native Americans collectively known as Seminoles and the United States, part of a series of conflicts called the Seminole Second Seminole War, often referred to as the Seminole War, is regarded as "the longest and most costly of the Indian conflicts of the.

Bemrose's Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War, ed. by Mahon, reviewed, Bentley, George R., book review by, Bertelson, David, The Lazy South, reviewed, The Second Seminole War. Became a stalemate and was abandoned by the United States after declaring victory.

Guerilla warfare was not present in the Mexican and Civil Wars, which were fought solely between two conventional armies using conventional tactics. False. Guerilla warfare was present in both the Mexican War and the Civil War. Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War. John K.

Mahon, ed. Gainesville: University of Florida Press,   Seminole War Forts List. From FortWiki. Jump to: navigation, search. This list will be a work in progress for the foreseeable future because of the large number of fortifications erected in Florida during the three Seminole Wars and the lack of information about them.

This list will eventually include all the fortifications built or used for. Edited and Enhanced by Debra K. Harper Sketch of the Seminole War is an informative first-hand account of the early stages of the Second Seminole War, told by a young South Carolina volunteer serving in Winfield Scott’s campaign of early William Wragg Smith was a keen observer, not only of the war, but of the world around him.

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In order to understand the significance of the Second Seminole War, one must first examine the First Seminole War. Frustrated with Seminole protection of runaway slaves, Andrew Jackson and more than three thousand men entered northern Florida in and began to decimate Seminole populations.

of the Second Seminole War. Gainsville, FL: University of Florida Press, This book gives a very comprehensive overview of the wars that took place in Florida.

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Mahon *VG+* Fort Mellon Florida Facts History Book Vintage Second Seminole War. $ TOS |. The Paperback of the Cracker Times and Pioneer Lives: The Florida Reminiscences of George Gillett Keen and Sarah Pamela Williams by James M.

Denham at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & EventsHelp. History of the Second Seminole War, by John K. Mahon,University of Florida Press edition, in English.

The Florida war record on p. comprises lists of soldiers of the United States army who lost their lives in the second Seminole war.

Speaker & Citation: Date: Brevet Brigadier General Duncan Clinch, a leading Florida planter, writing U.S. Adjutant General Roger Jones about the Seminoles’ thoughts before the outbreak of the Second Seminole War: “[I]f a sufficient military force, to overawe them, is not sent into the Nation, they will not be removed, & the whole frontier may be laid waste by a combination of the Indians.

The Second Seminole War and the Limits of American Aggression is an important book that will prove a must read for historians of the American South, military history, and Native American history." — Gregory D.

Smithers, Virginia Commonwealth University - Studies in American Culture.Theses and Dissertations Boyett, Cheryll. “The Seminole Black Alliance During the Second Seminole War ,” M.A. Thesis, California State University Dominquez Hill, Ann Arbor,   The Second Seminole War proved to be the longest and costliest conflict with a Native American group fought by the United States.

In the course of the fighting, numerous officers gained valuable experience which would serve them well in the Mexican-American War and the Civil War.

Though Florida remained peaceful, authorities in the territory.