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January 21, 1813 Explorer John C. Fremont born, Savannah, Georgia
May 29, 1813 Second battle of Sackett's Harbor. Sackett's Harbor, site of Madison Barricks, a US military post which included a Naval Station established in 1813. It was from this station that the US attacked the Canadian town of York (now Toronto).
  Daniel Appling
July 31, 1813 George Thomas, U. S. Civil War general, born Southhampton, Virgina
  General George Thomas
August 27, 1813 Battle of York (Toronto), Canada
August 30, 1813 Battle of Fort Mims - Located north of Mobile, Alabama. Georgia militia under General John Floyd and Cherokee, technically under Major Ridge, responded in force to the plight of the Alabamians, many of whom were once Georgians
November 5, 1813 Peter Early begins term as governor of Georgia
  Peter Early
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
November 6, 1813 W. W. Bibb resigns his seat in the U. S. House to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of W. H. Crawford.
  William Wyatt Bibb
November 11, 1813 Battle of Crysler's Farm, across the St. Lawrence River at Messena, N. Y. Actual site of the battle now covered by Lake St. Lawrence.
  Leonard Covington
November 14, 1813 Leonard Covington dies at French's Mill, N.Y. from wounds received during the battle of Crysler's Farm.
  Leonard Covington
November 29, 1813 Battle of Autosee (Atasi) in the Creek War
  Creek Indians
December 14, 1813 Construction of Fort Daniel on Hog Mountain (now Gwinnett County) was completed
  Gwinnett County, Georgia
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