PatronPATRON + Coosa County, Alabama was in the middle of the Creek Indian War – Here’s why – January 20, 2021 December 19, 2020by Donna R Causey To view this content, you must be a member of Alabama Pioneers Patrons's Patreon at $2 or more Unlock with PatreonAlready a qualifying Patreon member? Refresh to access this content. Tags: 1810'sAlabama historyCOOSA COUNTY
Mr. Ellis would have loved this site. He brought up some of this in our 9th grade Civics class. I love refreshing my memory with these tidbits from Alabama’s past.
I’ve enjoyed them as well…. Hated history in school but see it differently now!
A good article! I grew up in Rockford, and my parents told me many stories about “Indians”. I wish I could remember those stories-they were not too far from my parents time! Now are mostly lost. It’s a shame. I would not doubt that Coosa was more populated in Natives a few hundred years ago than it’s population today.
You would probably like following this page, Doug Stone
I do 🙂
So much history in this area!
Jan Ware O’Neal, Kristy Edwards Montgomery
Gina Greenwood Mitchell so this is the reason you love the Coosa so much.
Thank you for this very informative history posts.
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Because it must have immediate to Mobile County – location location location.
Or maybe it wasn’t?
Life of Jackson looks nothing like what Jackson’s account of the same period looks like as reported to the Secretary of War during the time period in question.
Which one is wrong – the actual letter of Jackson or anyone of those named authors who are likely anonymous pen names…
Think about it.