A chieftan of the Shawnee tribe in what is now the Ohio region, Tecumseh worked to unite other Indian tribes to oppose white expansion into the west in the early 1800s. That dream was crippled when U.S. troops (under future president William Henry Harris...
Old Piqua(now Ohio)
October 5, 1813
Tecumseh /tᵻˈkʌmsə, tᵻˈkʌmsi/tə-KUM-sə, tə-KUM-see (March 1768 –
October 5, 1813) was ...... To them was born an Indian boy who became the
Tecumseh was a famous Indian leader who lived in the early part of this country's
history. He had a vision of joining all of the Indian tribes into one nation.
Apr 18, 2016 ... Tecumseh, a Shawnee Native American chief, tried to assemble a ... Battle ·
Famous People Who Died in 1813 · Famous People Born in 1768 ...
Oct 4, 2013 ... In comparison, fewer than 300 U.S. troops died during the much-more-famous
Battle of the Little Bighorn. Tecumseh did not play a major role in ...
In fact, the gleaming white sculpture is entitled The Dying Tecumseh, but any ....
is named Tecumseh Court and has a bust statue of this famous Indian Warrior in
Tecumseh was a famous Native American chief of the Shawnee, who opposed
the white settlement in the United States. During his lifetime, he attempted to ...
Famous Shawnee Native American leader, warrior, statesman. ... Published,
1899, (Tecumseh's speech spoken c.1800) "Harpers New Monthly Magazine" Vol
Full text and audio mp3 performance of Chief Tecumseh's Address to William
Oct 10, 2016 ... Tecumseh was born in an Indian village near present-day Springfield, ....
enduringly famous, there are hundreds more who fall into obscurity.