SunTrust Banks, Inc (NYSE: STI), considered to be the largest American southeast
regional bank, has appointed a new president.
While most critical infrastructures are privately owned, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), a federal corporation and the nation's largest public power company, provides power and other services to a large swath of the American Southeast
There are springs and headwaters in these mountains that feed into the great rivers of the American Southeast
, and these secret areas were protected in the time of the Cherokee and even in the early days of white settlement.
There existed a different dynamic, however, between the lumber communities in the American Southeast
and those on the North Pacific slope.
This native species to the American southeast
is almost exclusively represented in our northern gardens by the variety 'Annabelle', which has become the most commonly planted hydrangea across the Prairies.
95) reveals how the Cherokee, the Creek, the Choctaw, the Seminole, and other native nations in the American southeast
farmed, hunted, and moved from place to place on the extensive waterways of the area.
Distance and time will no longer be an issue, and businesses based in the American southeast
will be able to deal with businesses in Europe and Asia without hassle or snags.
Marie -- A new highway trade corridor linking Northern Ontario to the American Southeast
may become reality within the next 20 to 30 years.
1539-1542 Hernando de Soto explores the American Southeast
from Florida to Louisiana.
Bartram's record of his travels throughout the American Southeast
between 1773 and 1777--twenty-six years before Lewis and Clark began their westward journey--captures a "keen appreciation of the splendors of the natural world" and provides the original trail along which authors Charles D.
17] Just as two deities embodied the creative internal and external forces of the universe, tribal groups in both the American Southeast
and Southwest were often governed by two traditional leaders: While each leader was "both spiritual and ritualistic," one presided over the group's internal affairs and the other over external affairs.
The two constructions are really the same construction: Both the bodies of slaves and the pine forests of the American Southeast
had to be exploited in order to make the fortunes -- and the culture -- that cotton and tobacco plantations made possible.
Ultimately, the security of slavery required a series of wars to remove the Seminoles to the west, along with the other four of the "Five Civilized Nations" of the American Southeast
(the Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw).
This green corn was ritually acknowledged by most of the peoples of the American Southeast
in what is usually called the Green Corn Ceremony.
I don't think that Landers' book will radically transform the way scholars think about slavery in the Caribbean and American southeast
, but it is another important case study that will provide more insights to the history of slavery and the black experience in the Americas.