Engraving of Big Warrior

Tustanagee Thlucco, known to local whites as Big Warrior, was a principal chief of the Creek Nation from the Upper Town of Tuckabatchee. He was an important ally of the United States during the Creek War of 1813-14. Big Warrior also owned several taverns on the Federal Road as well as a horseracing track close to the Fort Hull military installation, near the present-day community of Warriorstand, Macon County. This engraving appeared in the 1847 book The Pictorial Life of Andrew Jackson by John Frost.

Courtesy of the New York Public Library