The Life of Tecumseh And his Brother the Prophet: A History of the Shawnee

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The Life of Tecumseh And his Brother the Prophet: A History of the Shawnee

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American historian Henry Trumbull stamped Tecumseh as "the most extraordinary Indian that has appeared in history," and today, almost two centuries after his death, Tecumseh still looms as the greatest native leader in the long and tragic struggle of the American Indians to hold on to their homeland. Written in 1841 and published in 1855, this Benjamin Drake book describes the story of the story of that great leader and his people, their struggle with life and their pursuit of an Indian homelands fairly and accurately. Using many original sources, including General Harrison's personal papers, Drake makes Tecumseh and the Shawnee come alive once more. Even though he died in the Battle of Thames that fateful day in 1813, his spirit lives on in this great book!

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