Guardians of the valley chickasaws in colonial south carolina and georgia by edward j cashin columbia university of south carolina press 2009 pp xii 196 guardians of the valley is an important story that adds to the growing body of literature on the southeastern indians. Edward j cashin the preeminent historian of colonial georgia history offers an account of the lower chickasaws who settled on the savannah river near augusta in the early eighteenth century and remained an integral part of the region until the american revolution. In guardians of the valley the late edward j cashin 1927 2007 history professor and founding director of the center for the study of georgia history at augusta state university has produced a work that firmly establishes the chickasaw nations significance to south carolina history. Guardians of the valley chickasaws in colonial south carolina and georgia responsibility this is the first comprehensive history of the lower chickasaws in the savannah river valley edward j cashin the preeminent historian of colonial georgia history offers an account of the lower chickasaws who settled on the savannah river near . The full impact of the chickasaws importance to georgia south carolina this is a very brief but informative enjoyable book regarding chickasaw indian history in colonial south carolina georgia
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