Tag: Indians in Alabama

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PATRON +In his letter written in 1858, T. S. Woodward describes the Native Americans and the two forts seen in the videos below

[T. S. Woodward was an early settler in the state of Alabama and in 1858, he wrote letters to J. J. Hooper, Esq., a…

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PATRON + Pioneer Talladega, Its Minutes and Memories Chapter 11 Indian occupancy – myths about the Battle of Talladega?

PIONEER TALLADEGA, ITS MINUTES AND MEMORIES By Jehu Wellington Vandiver CHAPTER XI INDIAN OCCUPANCY OF TALLADEGA The battle of Talladega, fought between the hostile…

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Native Americans, The McGillivrays, Weatherford, David Tate and Sam Moniac stories about them from 1874

EARLY ALABAMA by J. D. DRIESBACH (posted as public story on ancestry.com) (This is a letter from J.D. Dreisbach to Lyman Draper in response…

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A major battle took place here Jan. 23 – both parties claimed victory – who do you believe won?

JACKSON CONFRONTING THE MUTINEERS The battle of Enitaohopco was a battle fought by Gen. Andrew Jackson with the Creek Indians at the Creek village…

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Spanish, French and English immigrants move to Alabama – natives threatened [pictures & film]

IMMIGRANTS ARRIVE IN ALABAMA SLOWLY (The following was transcribed as written from: Alabama, Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men: From 1540 to…

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General Woodward wrote this interesting letter on April 25th, 1858 to Historian, Albert Pickett in 1858 about the Native Americans

(This is a transcription of a letter written in 1858 is about Alabama Indians by Gen. Woodward to historian Albert J. Pickett) Wheeling, Winn…