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Jourdan, as he was called, learned the hatter's trade and at an early age moved to Sumner County, Tennessee, where he worked his trade. After seven years of service, John Young went on half-pay 24 March 1784 and permanently settled among the Indians on the Grand River. During the summer of 1813 the Red Sticks and these irregulars met at Burnt Corn Creek, after the Whites had ransacked a Creek village, killing women and children. British North American Governor-in-Chief Prevost recognized that Lower Canada, especially Québec city, was key to a successful defence.

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