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Battle of Tehopiska (Horseshoe Bend) 1814
(Item #: 909)

Famously known as the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, the Tehopiska, Alabama fight was recorded in written words by future President, then General Andrew Jackson. A bloody battle waged along the banks of the Tallapoosa River on March 27, 1814, it was a decisive day in the Creek War between white Americans and Native Americans. This document is a reproduction of Jackson's own words describing the battle as well as a detailed, hand-drawn map of Horseshoe Bend.


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Document size: 16" x 14"