An Angry Drum Echoed: Mary Musgrove, Queen of the Creeks  

  Request this author
As Pocahontas was to Jamestown and Sacajawea was to the Lewis and Clark expedition, so was Mary Musgrove to the burgeoning Georgia colony.

Born Coosaponakeesa to a Creek mother and an English father, she skillfully straddled two worlds: her Indian heritage and the English way of life. Through her influence with the Indian tribes, Mary encouraged the chiefs to meet with General Oglethorpe in Savannah, leading to the peaceful establishment of an English colony in Indian territory.

Although she won the esteem of the English settlers, she eventually became a thorn in the side of the newly formed colonial government. After ten years without pay for her diplomatic and interpretive services, she led her Creek tribesmen in a relentless march through the streets of Savannah to demand justice.

Also available in paperback.

Awards and Honors for An Angry Drum Echoed

2008 Georgia Author of the Year Award in the Young Adult Category.

2008 Silver Medal Winner! Independent Publisher Book Awards South East Regional Fiction category.

2008 ForeWord Magazine's "Book of the Year Award" Historical Fiction Finalist.

2008 Southern Independent Book Sellers Alliance (SIBA) Book Award nominee.

2007 USA Book News Best Book Award Finalist in the Multicultural Fiction and Literature category.

"Why isn't my state listed?"

The STARS Directory is a project of the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance. It's goal is to encourage readers to visit the southern booksellers that make up our membership.

OK

Logging in first time?

The STARS database detected that you have never allotted password for the username you are trying. Do you want to create a default password now so that you can login to our system? Your password will be sent by email on your registered email address.