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Places of the Creek Indian War

 

Creek Cabin

 

Military actions battles, skirmishes, ambushes and massacres in the Mississippi Territory during 1812 -1815.  Each event listed has an associated Order of Battle or list of combatants linked with it.

Jackson county Creeks

See also:

 

St. Marks

Tukabatchee

Benjamin Hawkins Agency

St. Stephens  and also http://www.offthebeatenpath.ws/GhostTowns/StStephensAL/  and also http://www.oldststephens.com/visit_st_stephens.htm

Mobile

Pensacola

Tombigbee River

Alabama River

Fort Stoddard

Fort Sinquefield

Fort Mims

Pierce’s Fort

Burnt Corn Creek

Callabee Creek  and Fort Mitchell

Emuckfaw and Enatachopo Creek  January 1814 

Canoe fight

Fort Sinquefield

Talladega

Tallusahatchee

Holy Ground

Horseshoe Bend

Federal Road

 

  

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