The Battle of Hightower (also called Battle of Etowah) in 1793 was part of the Chickamauga wars, in which the Cherokee sought to defend their territory from illegal immigration by white settlers. This particular battle took place at the Cherokee village of Etowah Town (Itawayi), overlooking Downtown Rome, GA in the modern Floyd County, Georgia, resulting in the defeat of the Cherokee by a force led by John Sevier, future Governor of Tennessee.

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  • The Battle of Hightower (also called Battle of Etowah) in 1793 was part of the Chickamauga wars, in which the Cherokee sought to defend their territory from illegal immigration by white settlers. This particular battle took place at the Cherokee village of Etowah Town (Itawayi), overlooking Downtown Rome, GA in the modern Floyd County, Georgia, resulting in the defeat of the Cherokee by a force led by John Sevier, future Governor of Tennessee. (en)
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  • At least 3 killed and many wounded
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  • Cherokee
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  • 1793-10-17 (xsd:date)
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  • Cherokee defeated
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  • 800 mounted Tennessee volunteers
  • Several hundred Cherokee
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  • 3 (xsd:integer)
  • At least 3 killed and many wounded (en)
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  • Kingfisher (en)
  • Captain Evans (en)
  • Colonel Christian (en)
  • Colonel John Blair (en)
  • Colonel Kelly (en)
  • General John Sevier (en)
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  • Battle of Hightower (en)
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  • 1793-10-17 (xsd:date)
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  • Etowah Town, across the river from the Etowah Indian Mounds and near Cartersville, Georgia (en)
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  • Cherokee defeated (en)
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  • 800 (xsd:integer)
  • Several hundred Cherokee (en)
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  • The Battle of Hightower (also called Battle of Etowah) in 1793 was part of the Chickamauga wars, in which the Cherokee sought to defend their territory from illegal immigration by white settlers. This particular battle took place at the Cherokee village of Etowah Town (Itawayi), overlooking Downtown Rome, GA in the modern Floyd County, Georgia, resulting in the defeat of the Cherokee by a force led by John Sevier, future Governor of Tennessee. (en)
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  • Battle of Hightower (en)
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  • Battle of Hightower (en)
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