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Inquiry Question

Historical Context

Map 1




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Locating the Site

Map 2: Horseshoe Bend.
[Graphic] Map 2 with link to higher quality map.
(Courtesy of the Alabama Archeological Society. Map by Roy S. Dickens, Jr.)

Questions for Map 2

1. Would the Horseshoe Bend peninsula, particularly the area labeled "Tohopeka Village," provide a good defensive position for the Creek in case of attack? Why or why not?

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