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Me-Na-Wa, A Creek warrior
克里克斗士梅那瓦 (Me-Na-Wa,)

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杰克森在181489日签署杰克森堡条约 (Treat of Fort Jackson)


七个月之后,杰克森的军队又在马靴湾战役 (
Battle of Horseshoe Bend) 中,击败了克里克族的防线。有8百名克里克族的斗士被杀,而有5百名妇女与儿童被捕。


As they moved west, settlers took large amounts of land, often acquired by unfair means. After the attack at Lake Tensaw, Jackson led 5,000 militiamen in the destruction of two Creek villages.

Seven months later, Jackson's forces destroyed the Creek defenses at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. Eight hundred Creek warriors were killed and 500 women and children captured.

On August 9, 1814, Jackson signed the Treaty of Fort Jackson, bringing an end to the war. The Creeks lost 23 million acres of their land in present-day Alabama and Georgia to the United States.

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