ack Hawk and his followers.
changes of half a century in the theatre of the War.
The Black-Hawk War, which occurred in 1832, following a profound peace of many years, agitated not only the Northwestern frontier but the whole country.
The causes tes, according to the provisions of the Treaty of Ghent, and of the treaty of 1816 with the British band.
From 1816 to 1832 Black Hawk was not engaged in open war against the United States, but was almost certainly an accomplice in the Red Bird o Winnebagoes, and many Kickapoos, Pottawattamies, and other Indians, were present with the British band in the campaign of 1832.
The contest with Black Hawk, however, was finally precipitated before the maturity of his conspiracy — not by direct colre both well acquainted with the nature of the service from actual experience.
The Secretary of War, in his report for 1832, says: The arrangements of the commanding general, as well in the pursuit as in the action, were prompt and judicious, an