PatronPATRON + On Dec. 23, 1813, the Holy Ground Campaign and Battle took place in Lowndes County, Alabama July 20, 2021 July 16, 2021by 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: 1800'sAlabama historyIndiansNative Americans
The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Choctaw Nation of Indians in Worchester v Georgia in 1832.
The Georgia Cession of the Mississippi Territory made the creation of both Alabama and Mississippi Repugnant to the Constitution.
In 1834, Congress enacted the Non-Intercourse Act of 1834 (25 USC 177). It was updated in 2015.
In 1835, the United States Congress found the Louisiana Purchase to be fraud and revoked and made null and void all Land Grants – Spanish and otherwise based on the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713 which is Controlling to the present day.
The Tribal Leader
In this article it said the Choctaw fought along side the whites against the Creeks. What was their motivation? Did the Choctaw and Creek have a grudge against each other?
The Creek nation, Red Sticks, Seminole, and others took hostile offense for the invasion of whites upon their land, which led to them losing their land, & ultimately the tragedy of the Trail of Tears. The Choctaw and some Cherokees leaned away from fighting the whites, choosing to believe the white government’s broken promises.