Table of contents for Negotiating for Georgia : British-Creek relations in the trustee era, 1733-1752 / Julie Anne Sweet.

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Contents
List of Illustrations	vii
Acknowledgments	ix
Introduction	1
Chapter 1. Before They Met: The British, the Lower Creeks, and the Georgia Region	000
Chapter 2. First Contacts: Preliminary Negotiations	000
Chapter 3. The Trip to England: Negotiations Abroad	000
Chapter 4. While They Were Gone: Possible Crises	000
Chapter 5. Efforts to Convert the Indians: Strengthening Ties	000
Chapter 6. Keeping the Peace: Constant Diplomacy	000
Chapter 7. The Treaty at Coweta: Reaffirming Alliances	000
Chapter 8. The Funeral of Tomochichi: Mourning a Mediator	000
Chapter 9. The War of Jenkins' Ear: The Height of Cooperation	000
Chapter 10. A Cultural Broker Breaks Confidence: The Mary Musgrove Controversy	000
Conclusions	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Creek Indians -- First contact with Europeans.
Creek Indians -- Government relations.
Creek Indians -- Colonization.
Whites -- Georgia -- Relations with Indians.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America.
Georgia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.