Winter Lecture Series

“The Hundred Years War: a Century of Native American Resistance, 1790-1890.”

The story of some examples of the resistance, beginning with the Ohio campaigns of the 1790s and ending with the Apache War of the 1880s

Second in the series: The Seminole Wars

Rather than agree to removal to Oklahoma, Florida’s Seminoles wage a seven-year war with the  United States. Using brilliant guerrilla tactics, and led by the great Osceola, who was defeated only by treachery, they managed to hold their own against an army that outnumbered them by a factor of 10:1.


When:

February 3rd

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Location:

Meeting Room