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Posted by: mrhistory2 there are campaign books on Wabash and Fallen Timbers as part of the Northwest Indian war. now we need to see one on Harmar's campaign and defeat in 1790,killing 130 US troops.
Posted on: 25/01/2013 00:03:00

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Posted by: Bradford54
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Joined Date: Friday, 25 January 2013
How about some of the Creek indian wars that occured 200 years ago?
Posted on: 25/01/2013 00:54:00
Posted by: Hammerfest-Perth
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could you elaborate on these creek indian wars
Posted on: 25/01/2013 17:21:00
Posted by: formwiz
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The Creek Indian War occurred during the war of 1812, so the only reason anyone knows about is the old Davy Crockett episodes on Walt Disney. It was essentially kicked off by a massacre of the garrison at Fort Mims AL and its most memorable engagement was Horseshoe Bend where Sam Houston and Davy Crockett distinguished themselves. One of the reasons Andrew Jackson was ordered to defend New Orleans was that he had forces relatively nearby.
Posted on: 26/01/2013 00:16:00
Posted by: formwiz
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PS It's Harmar, after Josiah Harmar.
Posted on: 26/01/2013 00:17:00

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