Creek Nation

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Confederate Units Of Indian Territory - Creek Nation
... 1st Battalion Creek Confederate Cavalry 1st Regiment Creek Mounted Volunteers 2nd Regiment Creek Mounted Volunteers ...
Alice Mary Robertson - Education, Teaching, and Early Public Service
... Robertson was born in Creek Nation, Indian Territory, to William Schenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester, who were missionaries ... The 1860 United States Census shows the family living in Creek Nation, Indian Lands, Arkansas ... Her parents were missionaries to the Creek Nation ...
Burnt Corn, Alabama
... crossroads near the source of Burnt Corn Creek and the intersection of two trading paths ... The town and the creek may have been named for an incident in which passersby found a pile of parched corn, a food often used by Creek Indians when traveling ... the Mississippi Territory but was controlled by the Creek Nation ...
Treaty Of Fort Jackson - Text of Treaty
... of the President of the United States of America, and the chiefs, deputies, and warriors of the Creek Nation ... WHEREAS an unprovoked, inhuman, and sanguinary war, waged by the hostile Creeks against the United States, hath been repelled, prosecuted and determined, successfully ... termination, by a cession of all the territory belonging to the Creek nation within the territories of the United States, lying west, south, and south-eastwardly, of a ...

Famous quotes containing the words nation and/or creek:

    ... a nation to be strong, must be united; to be united, must be equal in condition; to be equal in condition, must be similar in habits and feeling; to be similar in habits and feeling, must be raised in national institutions as the children of a common family, and citizens of a common country.
    Frances Wright (1795–1852)

    The only law was that enforced by the Creek Lighthorsemen and the U.S. deputy marshals who paid rare and brief visits; or the “two volumes of common law” that every man carried strapped to his thighs.
    State of Oklahoma, U.S. relief program (1935-1943)