Seminole Wars

Elizabeth's War

The year is 1817, and Florida is on the brink of war. A young woman stands on the deck of a flatboat, anxiously watching the banks of the Apalachicola River. Not far away stands a Seminole warrior, eyeing the vessel from behind his concealment, choosing his targets carefully. Neither the woman nor the warrior can imagine how much their worlds are about to change.


John and Mary Lou Missall

John and Mary Lou Missall are writers whose primary work focuses on the Seminole Indian Wars. These were the longest, costliest, and deadliest of all the nation's Indian wars and spanned a period of forty years.

John has been a life-long student of history, studies Shakespeare, and has taught astronomy courses. Mary Lou has a B.A. from Indiana University and an M.A. from California State University.

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