Organizer of Indian Confederation – Tecumseh

Organizer of Indian confederation – Tecumseh   With inexhaustible energy, Tecumseh began to form an Indian confederation to resist white pressure. He made long journeys in a vast territory, from the Ozarks to New York and from Iowa to Florida, gaining recruits (particularly among the tribes of the Creek Confederacy, to which his mother’s […]

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The Trail of Tecumseh (1917) by Paul G. Tomlinson

The Trail of Tecumseh by Tomlinson, Paul G. (Paul Greene), 1888- Library of Congress book link  Publication date 1917 Topics Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, 1768-1813 Publisher New York [etc.] D. Appleton and company Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English   Preface: Tecumseh has long been recognized as one […]

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Tecumseh Military Leader (c. 1768–1813)

Tecumseh Military Leader (c.1768-1813) BIOGRAPHY.COM April 18, 2016 Young Warrior During his teenage years, Tecumseh joined a confederation of Native Americans led by Mohawk chief Joseph Brant. Brant encouraged tribes to pool their resources and defend their territory against the white man’s encroachment. Tecumseh led a raiding party attacking white settlers’ boats making their way […]

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