Fort Mims’ Massacre, Battle of New Orleans and General Andrew Jackson

American Minute with Bill Federer

Five hundred men, women and children were massacred at Fort Mims, Alabama, just north of Mobile, on August 30, 1813, by the Red Stick Creek Indians.

The French pronunciation of “Red Stick” is “Baton Rouge.”


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