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Saturday, June 1, 2013

Creeks in Georgia

After the War of 1812, some three thousand troops were engaged in guerrilla warfare with the Creeks along the Savannah River valley and in Alabama.  Yet the Lower Creeks remained peaceful. The militia was sent out to quell these raids, however, a large number were pushed into western territory (Alabama and Mississippi) in 1819 and their lands drawn in lotteries by settlers
willing to occupy old Indian settlements and trails.

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