Christmas day, 1837. Nearly 400 black and Indian warriors hide deep in the swamps of Florida, preparing to face Colonel Zachary Taylor and 1,000 U.S. regulars. The two sides are about to fight the decisive battle in the Second Seminole War, the bloodiest, most costly Indian conflict in U.S. history. But this is not just an Indian war, it is also a slave uprising, the largest that the country has ever seen, or ever will see.
Mahon 226, Rivers 203.