1857, Print shows the death of Tecumseh from a bullet fired by Colonel Richard Johnson at the Battle of the Thames on October 5th, 1813. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.
1846, 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.
... during the War of 1812
. The piece was started in 1878, a section was completed in 1880, and the work in total was completed in 1953....
c. 19th Century, A watercolour with ink. No Date but is known to have been made in America. 1 print / estampe : Lithograph, hand-coloured on wove paper Image: 52.100 x 35.500 cm (image)
c. 1833, Print shows the battle of Thames with Colonel Richard M. Johnson and the Kentucky volunteers on the left engaged in battle with Tecumseh and his Native troops. Prominent figures, including Col. Richard M. Johnson, Tecumseh, the Prophet, James Mason, and Major Suggett, are illustrated in the print....
Sept. 7. 1833, Print shows American forces fighting Tecumseh's Indian confederation. In the center Col. R. M. Johnson shoots Tecumseh who has raised his tomahawk. A legend at the bottom describes the men pictured and describes of their role in the battle. Handwritten text at bottom-right reads: "Deposited Sept....
1823, Coloured ink print believed to have been created in the United States of America. Below the image it reads: "Col. Johnsons mounted men charging a party of British Artillerists and Indians at the Battle fought near Moravian Town October 2nd 1813 when the whole of the British force commanded by Gen....
...A Native Nations Perspective on the War of 1812
By Donald Fixico The War of 1812 was an important conflict with broad and lasting consequences, particularly for the native inhabitants of North America. During the pivotal years before the war, the United States wanted to expand its territories, a...
Aug 29, 1809, Text excerpt of Gov. Hull's address to the Ottawa and Chippewa Nations on Aug. 28th of 1809.
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