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William Weatherford, "Red Eagle," surrenders to Andrew Jackson at the end of the Creek Indian War of 1813-1814.  Alabama Dept. of Archives & History.

William Weatherford, "Red Eagle," surrenders to Andrew Jackson at the end of the Creek Indian War of 1813-1814. Alabama Dept. of Archives & History.

Book about Creek Indians

Book about Creek Indians

Chief Red Eagle; Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

Chief Red Eagle; Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

I like the representation of this medicine wheel for my tat without the little middle circle

I like the representation of this medicine wheel for my tat without the little middle circle

This is a free lesson that is part of Reading Through History's unit on the Indian Removal Act, the removal of the Five Civilized Tribes to Indian Territory, and the Trail of Tears.  It contains a one page reading detailing the process of the treaties and removal that led to the members of the Creek Nation being moved to Fort Gibson in the present day state of Oklahoma.

This is a free lesson that is part of Reading Through History's unit on the Indian Removal Act, the removal of the Five Civilized Tribes to Indian Territory, and the Trail of Tears. It contains a one page reading detailing the process of the treaties and removal that led to the members of the Creek Nation being moved to Fort Gibson in the present day state of Oklahoma.

Creek (people) - New World Encyclopedia

Creek (people) - New World Encyclopedia

3 theories about time travelling

3 theories about time travelling

Idee stampante 3d

Idee stampante 3d

... for Poarch <b>Creek</b> Nation of <b>Indians</b> coins are sculpted by Alex Shagin

... for Poarch <b>Creek</b> Nation of <b>Indians</b> coins are sculpted by Alex Shagin

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