Tecumseh /tᵻˈkʌmsə, tᵻˈkʌmsi/ tə-KUM-sə, tə-KUM-see (March 1768 –
October 5, 1813) .... with his older brother Chiksika, an important war lea...
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.
After the Americans won several important battles in the mid-1790s, Tecumseh
reluctantly relocated westward but remained an implacable foe of the white men
He was perhaps the most important Indian leader of the early nineteenth century.
Tecumseh rose to power in 1807 within the religious movement started by his ...
The role of Tecumseh in the history of the United States of America.
Tecumseh summary: Tecumseh was a Native American chief of the Shawnee
tribe. He was born in 1768 in Ohio. His father was killed in 1774 by white men
Portrait of the Shawnee military and political leader Tecumseh, ca. 1800-1813.
He worked with his brother Tenskwatawa, known as 'The Prophet,' to unite ...
When Tecumseh died, the British did not lose a subservient Indian leader, ... Why
was this one Indian so important, and why did he ally himself with the British?
Tecumseh, Shawnee chief, leader of a First Nations confederacy, military leader
in the War of 1812 (born c 1768 in south-central Ohio; d 5 October 1813 near ...
Kids learn about the biography of Tecumseh. Chief of the Shawnee, leader of the
Tecumseh Confederacy, and leader of the Indians in the War of 1812.