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    September, 1811
    Tecumseh delivers address at Tuckaubatchee, site of annual meeting of Creek council

                                                             
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    March, 1812
    Thomas Meredith murdered near Sam Moniac’s Stand along Federal Road

    April, 1812
    William Lott killed at Warrior’s Stand

    April, 1812
    U.S. claims Mobile

    May, 1812
    Two white families killed near Duck River

    June, 1812
    U.S. declares war on Great Britain

                                                               
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    January, 1813
    Andrew Jackson leads expedition to Natchez for defense of New Orleans region

    February, 1813
    Massacre of white settlers by Creeks near mouth of Ohio River

    March, 1813
    After being ordered to halt by General Wilkinson, Jackson leads his troops back to Tennessee along the  
    Natchez Trace, acquiring the nickname “Old Hickory” in the process

    April 11, 1813
    U.S. troops under General James Wilkinson seize Mobile from the Spanish

    May, 1813
    Red Stick Creeks make first of three visits to Spanish-held Pensacola to obtain war supplies

    July 27, 1813
    Battle of Burnt Corn Creek

    August 30, 1813
    Fort Mims attacked

    September 1, 1813
    Kimball-James Massacre

    September 2, 1813
    Attack on Fort Sinquefield

    October 1813
    Andrew Jackson, with force of volunteers and militia depart from Fayetteville, Tennessee into Mississippi Territory

    November 3, 1813
    Battle of Tallushatchee

    November 9, 1813
    Battle of Talladega

    November 12, 1813
    Canoe Fight

    November 18, 1813
    Hillabee Massacre

    November 29, 1813
    Battle of Autossee

    December 23, 1813
    Battle of Holy Ground

                                                              
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    January 22, 1814
    Battle of Emuckfau Creek

    January 24, 1814
    Battle of Enitochopco

    January 27, 1814
    Battle of Calabee Creek

    March 27, 1814
    Battle of Horseshoe Bend

    April, 1814
    Jackson establishes Fort Jackson

    May, 1814
    British land supplies at Apalachicola

    August 9, 1814
    Signing of Treaty of Fort Jackson

    August, 1814
    Jackson moves his headquarters to Mobile to prepare for British attack

    September 15, 1814
    British attack on Fort Bowyer repulsed

    November 7, 1814
    Jackson seizes Pensacola from the Spanish

    November 22, 1814
    Jackson departs for New Orleans

    December 14, 1814
    Battle of Lake Borgne (also known as the Battle of the Rigolets)

    December 16, 1814
    Jackson declares martial law in New Orleans

    December 22, 1814
    British land near Bayou Bienvenue

    December 23, 1814
    Jackson attacks British encampment

    December 24, 1814
    Treaty of Ghent signed

    December 28, 1814
    British infantry attack American forces defending New Orleans

                                                              
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    January 1, 1815
    British artillery attack on American forces defending New Orleans

    January 8, 1815
    Battle of New Orleans

    January 10, 1815
    British begin bombardment of Fort St. Philip

    February 11, 1815
    British capture Fort Bowyer

    June, 1815
    British abandon Apalachicola
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