The Battle of Horseshoe Bend was a brutal yet decisive battle in the Creek War. Over 3000 American Soldiers and allied Native American warriors engaged in vicious combat with roughly 1000 Red Stick warriors. The battle also served to increase the prestige of General, and future President, Andrew Jackson.
This documentary, presented by the National Park Service, details the relatively unknown Battle of Horseshoe Bend and the dramatic consequences it had on American history.
With a runtime of just 28 minutes, this succinct documentary is perfect for the classroom.
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