Tecumseh /tᵻˈkʌmsə, tᵻˈkʌmsi/ tə-KUM-sə, tə-KUM-see (March 1768 –
October 5, 1813) .... As the Shawnee did not settle in Old Chillicothe unti...
Tecumseh was a famous Indian leader who lived in the early part of this ... trust
with the white man who did not care for being honest and true in their dealings, ...
Oct 4, 2013 ... On the anniversary of Tecumseh's death, get the facts on the ... challenged to a
target shooting match before being slaughtered. ... 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 the clash with St. Clair, but he ...
Chief of the Shawnee, leader of the Tecumseh Confederacy, and leader of the
Indians in the War of 1812. ... William Henry Harrison would later become
president of the United States. Part of his campaign ... People Famous Native
A detailed biography on the famous Shawnee Chief Tecumseh who fought and ...
not the least of their reasons being the fact that the confederacy undermined their
.... Nor did they ever come to understand the Indian habit of deciding to fight or ...
Tecumseh decided at that time to become a warrior and defend his land and ...
HISTORYTwo of the most famous figures of the Old West, George Armstrong ...
Although an opponent of the Americans, Tecumseh has become a legendary ...
He said that the land did not belong to any one tribe, that it belonged to them all ...
Tecumseh was one of the most renowned Native Americans in history. ... in
Canada, the life of Tecumseh has become the stuff of legend and folklore. ... With
his death, the unity ended and so did the dreams of freedom of the Native
With his tribe being pushed farther west by white settlers, Tecumseh became ...
Decades later the name of the battle became part of the famous "Tippecanoe and
... as he did not believe in torturing captives and was known to keep his word.
During a raid, Cheeseekau was slain and Tecumseh was made the leader of a
small Shawnee group, eventually becoming the leader of other pillaging parties.