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Until approximately 600 AD, perhaps 750 AD, the ancestors of the Creek Indians lived in round houses like most other Southeastern Indians.

Until approximately 600 AD, perhaps 750 AD, the ancestors of the Creek Indians lived in round houses like most other Southeastern Indians.

Philip Georg Friedrich von Reck, "Yuchi Indian Nation's Supreme Commander."

Philip Georg Friedrich von Reck, "Yuchi Indian Nation's Supreme Commander."

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March 27, 1814: In the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, Andrew Jackson leads a force of Americans, Creeks, and Cherokees against Red Stick Creeks. Attacking the Red Stick stronghold of Tohopeka on the banks of the Tallapoosa River, Jackson's men killed more than 900 people. The victory soon led to the end of the Creek War and the cession of 23 million acres of Creek territory to the United States.

March 27, 1814: In the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, Andrew Jackson leads a force of Americans, Creeks, and Cherokees against Red Stick Creeks. Attacking the Red Stick stronghold of Tohopeka on the banks of the Tallapoosa River, Jackson's men killed more than 900 people. The victory soon led to the end of the Creek War and the cession of 23 million acres of Creek territory to the United States.

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Historian detailed Poarch Creek life; Museum promotes understanding; Preparation for death is an art (letters)

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