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Deposition by Sam Manac, a plantation owner in Alabama and "a warrior of the Creek Nation."

TRANSCRIPT INCLUDED. Manac, also known as Totkes Hajou and Sam Moniac, was of Creek Indian and European descent; he was a relative of Alexander McGillivray. In the deposition he discusses a council meeting at Tuckabatchee, where Tecumseh delivered a speech to rally the Creeks to war. He describes the increasing hostilities and preparations for war.

Creator: Samuel Manac
Date: August 2, 1813
Repository: Alabama Department of Archives and History
Format: Testimony

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ALCOS Social Studies Content Standard:
Grade 3: Standard(s) 11 13
Grade 4: Standard(s) 3
Grade 5: Standard(s) 10
Grade 7 (Geography): Standard(s) 8
Grade 10: Standard(s) 8

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