|Battle of Fallen Timbers|
|Tecumseh's meeting with Harrison|
The peace was short-lived as Tecumseh traveled south down the present day states of
|New Madrid Earthquake|
While Tecumseh was down state recruiting allies,
|Battle of Tippecanoe|
When the War of 1812 broke out, Tecumseh again allied with the British, who paid five dollars for each white American man’s scalp and three dollars for the scalp of a woman or child. Tecumseh’s campaign became a bloody part of the larger war.
|Battle of the Thames|
Tecumseh finally met his own demise in 1813 at the
Though a fierce and arguably blood-thirsty warrior, Tecumseh’s passion to hold onto his ancestral lands and the
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