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  • "Tecumseh's Brother Was A Shaman"
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor     "Several readers have expressed a desire to hear more about Indian shamans or medicine men. One of the better known of shamans among other natives of his time was the Shawnee Prophet, Tenskwatawa. His name in English means The Open Door. He was the brother of the Shawnee war chief, ...
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor   "Several readers have expressed a desire to hear more about Indian shamans or medicine men. One of the better known of shamans among other natives of his time was the ...
  • "Unknown Stories of the War of 1812"
    Image       "Unknown Stories of the war of 1812: People and Events that Impacted on Six Nations." This slide show was created November 2012, the author is unknown.
    Image     "Unknown Stories of the war of 1812: People and Events that Impacted on Six Nations." This slide show was created November 2012, the author is unknown.
  • "Tecumseh Subject of 40th Pageant"
    Newspapermystery  Smith, Christopher, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1988     "The life of the great Shawnee Indian chief Tecumseh is being presented in the 40th annual Six Nations Indian Pageant this weekend and next."
    Newspapermystery  Smith, Christopher, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1988   "The life of the great Shawnee Indian chief Tecumseh is being presented in the 40th annual Six Nations Indian Pageant this weekend and next."
  • War of 1812 Series (52): Tehcumtheh's Betrayal
    TextPublication       Fifty-Second in a 62 part series, Tehcumtheh’s Betrayal describes the circumstances leading up to Tecumseh death on the battlefield on October 5, 1813
    TextPublication     Fifty-Second in a 62 part series, Tehcumtheh’s Betrayal describes the circumstances leading up to Tecumseh death on the battlefield on October 5, 1813
  • Niibaakhom: Ojibwe War Chief and Debassige
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  • "Tecumseh Top of This Year's Pageant"
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 1988     "A few weeks ago I was invited to a meeting of the Six Nations Pageant committee. They wanted to use the Shawnee war chief Tecumseh as the subject of the 1988 pageant. As they did not have a script, they asked me if I would write one. It didn't take ...
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 1988   "A few weeks ago I was invited to a meeting of the Six Nations Pageant committee. They wanted to use the Shawnee war chief Tecumseh as the subject of the ...
  • "Aboriginal Contributions to the War of 1812"
    Text       "The War of 1812: The Fight for Canada. Throughout Canada's history, Aboriginal peoples have helped shape a country, Britain's military alliances with First Nations were a key part of the defensive network of British North America. During the War of 1812, Thousands of First Nations warriors and Metis fighters fought ...
    Text     "The War of 1812: The Fight for Canada. Throughout Canada's history, Aboriginal peoples have helped shape a country, Britain's military alliances with First Nations were a key part of the ...
  • Death of Tecumseh: Battle of the Thames Oct. 18, 1813
    Image       Death of Tecumseh: Battle of the Thames Oct. 18: 1813
    Image     Death of Tecumseh: Battle of the Thames Oct. 18: 1813
  • A View of Col. Johnson's Engagement with the Savages (commanded by Tecumseh) near the Moravian Town, October 5, 1812.
    Image       Hand-coloured woodcut illustration from: "History of the Discovery of America" by Henry Trumbull. The print gives a vivid account of the war between the Native Americans led by Tecumseh (1768?-1813), chief of the Shawnee, and the U.S. cavalry led by Colonel Richard M. Johnson (1780 or 81-1850). These same three ...
    Image     Hand-coloured woodcut illustration from: "History of the Discovery of America" by Henry Trumbull. The print gives a vivid account of the war between the Native Americans led by Tecumseh (1768?-1813), ...
  • Death of Tecumseh
    Image       An ink print created in the United States of America. This piece is portraying Col. Richard Mentor Johnson of the United States killing the Shawnee leader, Tecumseh, at the Battle of the Thames.
    Image     An ink print created in the United States of America. This piece is portraying Col. Richard Mentor Johnson of the United States killing the Shawnee leader, Tecumseh, at the Battle ...
  • Frieze of American History - Death of Tecumseh
    Image       The Frieze of American History in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol contains a painted panorama depicting significant events in American history. The frieze's 19 scenes is the work of three artists: Constantino Brumidi, Filippo Constaggini and Allyn Cox. The frieze is painted in grisaille, a monochrome of whites ...
    Image     The Frieze of American History in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol contains a painted panorama depicting significant events in American history. The frieze's 19 scenes is the work ...
  • War of 1812 Series (12): Tehcumtheh’s Line in the Ground
    TextPublication       Twelfth in a 62 part series, Tehcumtheh’s Line in the Ground describes Tehcumtheh’s role in land disputes with the United States.
    TextPublication     Twelfth in a 62 part series, Tehcumtheh’s Line in the Ground describes Tehcumtheh’s role in land disputes with the United States.
  • War of 1812 Series (13): General Hull’s Freakout
    TextPublication       Thirteenth in a 62 part series, General Hull’s Freakout describes how General Brock used General Hull’s fear of being captured by Tehcumtheh’s warriors to cut short an American invasion of Canada (through Fort Detroit), leading to a surrender of American forces in the area.
    TextPublication     Thirteenth in a 62 part series, General Hull’s Freakout describes how General Brock used General Hull’s fear of being captured by Tehcumtheh’s warriors to cut short an American invasion of ...
  • Battle of the Thames. Respectful dedicated to Andrew Jackson Esq. President of the United States
    Image       Deposited Sept. 7. 1833, Rec(ieved) at the Dept. of State Sept. 12. 1833
    Image     Deposited Sept. 7. 1833, Rec(ieved) at the Dept. of State Sept. 12. 1833
  • Tecumseh statue - Tippecanoe County Courthouse, Indiana
    ImageObject       A photograph of a pediment in the Tippecanoe County Courthouse in Lafayette, IN, USA featuring statues of William Henry Harrison, Lafayette and Tecumseh; sometimes identified as George Rogers Clark, George Washington and Tecumseh. constructed in the 1880s.
    ImageObject     A photograph of a pediment in the Tippecanoe County Courthouse in Lafayette, IN, USA featuring statues of William Henry Harrison, Lafayette and Tecumseh; sometimes identified as George Rogers Clark, George ...
  • "AFN Conference centres on North-South unity"
    TextNewspaper  Moses, David A., Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 28 Jul 1999, pp.1-2     AFN Conference centres on North-South unity by David A. Moses

    VANCOUVER, B.C. - Sixty years ago, members of both Canadian and American First Nations were invited by the University of Toronto to a joint assembly to discuss common issues and concerns shared ...

    TextNewspaper  Moses, David A., Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 28 Jul 1999, pp.1-2   AFN Conference centres on North-South unity by David A. Moses

    VANCOUVER, B.C. - Sixty years ago, members of both Canadian and American First Nations were invited by the ...

  • A Native Nations Perspective on the War of 1812
    TextPublication       A historical analysis of the War of 1812, from the perspective of the First Nations. Text taken from the webpage for the PBS television program ‘The War of 1812’.
    TextPublication     A historical analysis of the War of 1812, from the perspective of the First Nations. Text taken from the webpage for the PBS television program ‘The War of 1812’.
  • "'Refugees' Merged to Form Mingoes"
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 8 May 1991     "The Mingoes, I found out, were a conglomeration of different native refugees who had been displaced by the fighting and unrest around the time of the American Revolution and the War of 1812."
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 8 May 1991   "The Mingoes, I found out, were a conglomeration of different native refugees who had been displaced by the fighting and unrest around the time of the American Revolution and the ...
  • Freemasonry in Upper Canada in the War of 1812, speech by Daniel J. Glenney
    TextPublication       Speech Notes for Daniel J. Glenney's presentation 'Freemasonry in Upper Canada in the War of 1812'. The speech provides a historical summary of the War of 1812, with a particular emphasis on the participation of Freemasons.
    TextPublication     Speech Notes for Daniel J. Glenney's presentation 'Freemasonry in Upper Canada in the War of 1812'. The speech provides a historical summary of the War of 1812, with a particular ...
  • The Employment of Indians in the War of 1812,  the American Historical Association
    TextPublication       Text excerpted from the book ‘The Employment of Indians in the War of 1812’. The book describes the participation of First Nations warriors in the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Text excerpted from the book ‘The Employment of Indians in the War of 1812’. The book describes the participation of First Nations warriors in the War of 1812.
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