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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Alabama (search)
h of 31° N. is added to the Mississippi Territory......1812-13 Spanish garrison at Fort Charlotte (Mobile) surrenders to the United States forces under General Wilkinson......April 13, 1813 First engagement in the war with the Creek or Muscogee Indians on Burnt Corn Creek......July 27, 1813 [The whites, under Colonel Caller, repulsed.] Fort Mimms, a stockade near the east bank of the Alabama River (now Baldwin county), is surprised at mid-day by 1,000 Creek warriors led by Weatherfe......Aug. 30, 1813 Battle of Tallasahatchie (now in Calhoun county). The Indians defeated by General Coffee......Nov. 3, 1813 Battle of Talladega. General Jackson defeats the Indians......Nov. 9, 1813 Capt. Sam Dale's canoe fight with Indians......Nov. 12, 1813 Hillabee Town. Massacre of Indians by General White. This attack was made without the knowledge of Jackson......Nov. 18, 1813 Auttose towns. Indians defeated by General Floyd and towns destroyed......Nov. 29, 1813 E
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Indian Territory, (search)
es these five civilized tribes, Congress has from time to time located other tribes and fragments of tribes in this Territory. Large sections of the Territory being occupied, the Creek, Seminole, and other tribes cede lands to the United States, which are incorporated into Oklahoma. The Cherokee strip opened for public settlement......Sept. 16, 1893 Choctaws and Chickasaws agree to distribute the common land to the individual members of the tribes......April 23, 1897 Creek or Muscogee Indians agree to give each citizen member of the tribe 160 acres of the common land......March 1, 1901 Seminole Indians agree to divide their lands into three classes, valued at $5, $2.50 and $1.25 per acre respectively, and to allot an equal value in lands to each member of the tribe......April 23, 1897 Banking. In 1900 there were thirty-three national banks in operation, having $1,400,630 in capital, $482,970 in outstanding circulation, and $437,500 in United States bonds. There wer