Capt. At the Treaty of Fort Jackson on August 9, 1814, the Creek were compelled to cede 23 million acres (half of Alabama and part of southern Georgia) to the whites. It is sometimes considered to be you are what you eat part of the. He eventually became president of the Lone Star Republic (Texas). GA Militia DeKalb Co Ezzard, Wm Independent Guards 54th Regiment Early Co Wilson, Capt William Hardees Battalion, GA Militia 1836 Fayette County Mann, Capt. Sam Houston (1793-1863), wounded at horseshoe bend, Sam Houston went on to become governor of Tennessee, and later the general who defended Texas against Santa Annas Mexican forces in 1836.
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Supported the Red Stick cause during the Creek civil war and led Red Stick warriors at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. Son of a Scottish trader and a Creek woman. Jackson (August 9) the Creeks were required to cede 23,000,000 acres of land, comprising more than half of Alabama and part of southern Georgia. Victory over Creek Indians, who were British allies during the. The map, as its title implies, includes the entire North American continent north of Mexico, but in the present paper, only that portion bordering on the lower Mississippi, and eastward to the Atlantic coast, will be considered. In 1813, some Creeks under Chief Red Eagle (William Weatherford) (1780-1824) attacked and burned Fort Mims on the lower Alabama River, killing about 500 whites the Fort Mims Massacre. Treaty of Greenville, at a rate that created alarm in Indian communities. 3 references found in Britannica articles.
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