ted States forces occupy Spanish west Florida, and the district east of Pearl River and south 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 Weatherford and the prophet Francis.
There were in the fort 245 men with arms, and 308 women and children.
After a stubborn resistance till 5 P. M. they are overpowered—about fifty escape......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'