1814.033: Virginia Argus Extra of April 16, 1814.
Full Title: Virginia Argus, Extra. Richmond, April 16, 1814. From the Georgia Journal Extra. Great victory over the Indians. Milledgeville, April 2d, 1814 …
Author: Georgia Journal.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Samuel Pleasants
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 24 cm. x 17 cm. (broadside).
Title reports victory of American forces and their Lower Creek allies over the Upper Creeks, then called the Red Sticks, under the command of Maj. Gen. Andrew Jackson; this "Battle of Horseshoe Bend" effectively ended the so-called Creek War in what is modern-day Alabama. The Virginia Argus was printed and published by Samuel Pleasants from 1793 until his death in October 1814, so the attribution here; this item also evinces the continuing connections between Pleasants and two of his protégés, Seaton and Fleming Grantland, who were then the publishers of the Georgia Journal.
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