Tecumseh and the Battle of Tippecanoe

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For Mr.s sass social studies due on Monday!!!!

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  • This is my land. You have no right to take to take it from me.
  • Ever since the battle of Fallen Timbers the Native Americans had been losing their land due to white settlers moving to Ohio and then Indiana.
  • Not anymore it's not
  • Tecumseh, who was the Shawnee chief, decided that he wanted to put a stop to this. He thought that the Native Americans needed to unite. He tried to solve this problem by making a confederation
  • The Treaty of Fort Wayne was between thr Delaware, the Miami, and the potawatomi. They all agreed to sell over three million acres of their land. Tecumseh declared the treaty meaningless
  • Treaty of Fort Wayne Miami, Delaware, Potawatomi
  • After the Treaty of Fort Wayne many Native Americans began answering the call for unity. Unfortunately Tecumseh's call for unity failed. While he was away, in November 1811, recruiting tribes the Shawnee were defeated by Harrison and his forces at the Battle of Tippecanoe
  • After the Treaty of Fort Wayne many Native Americans began answering the call for unity. Unfortunately Tecumseh's call for unity failed. While he was away, in November 1811, recruiting tribes the Shawnee were defeated by Harrison and his forces at the Battle of Tippecanoe.
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