The Battle of Fowltown took place in the swamps of Southwest Georgia on November 21-23, 1817. It was the first engagement of the Seminole Wars, a series of bloody and tragic conflicts that lasted for more than forty years. Fowltown is more than the history of a battle, it is the story of Neamathla and the people of the Lower Creek town of Tutalosi Talofa. They stood in the face of changing times and westward expansion of the United States and waged a determined fight to preserve their homes, land and way of life.
Author: Rachael Conrad, Dale Cox Publisher: Old Kitchen Books Published: 11/01/2017 Pages: 188 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.57lbs Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.40d ISBN: 9780692977880
About the Author Dale Cox is a respected historian who has authored seventeen books on the history of the Southeastern United States. Rachael Conrad holds a graduate degree from Troy University and is a documentary filmmaker.