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The Caddos became middlemen in a growing trade in cattle, hides, and bison robes across the Texas±Louisiana border (La Vere 1998), but the greatest beneficiaries were probably the eastern bands of Apaches, who used the missions as sanctuaries during the Comanches' seasonal sweeps across Apache hunting grounds to raid the frontiers of New Spain. The Yamasee War (1715±17), an uprising of Carolina Indians backed by Upper Creeks against the traders of Charles Town, altered Indian±white relations throughout the South.
Galloway, Patricia 1995: Choctaw Genesis, 1500±1700. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. ) 1997: The Hernando de Soto Expedition: History, Historiography, and ``Discovery'' in the Southeast. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 22 AMY TURNER BUSHNELL Gleach, Frederic W. 1997: Powhatan's World and Colonial Virginia: A Conflict of Cultures. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Hann, John H. 1988: Apalachee: The Land Between the Rivers. Gainesville: University of Florida Press. Hann, John H.
In sum, the exploration of the South by the Spaniards and French is better understood in its narrative details than was the case half a century ago. Progress has been made as well in understanding the larger stories of which it is a part, stories that encompass Native Americans and their histories and also the histories of the English southern colonies. More can be done on almost all of these topics, especially for the seventeenth century. Colonization: La Florida (East Florida) Scholarly understanding of Spanish and French colonization also has undergone renovation during the last quarter century.
A companion to the American South by John B Boles