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  • Battle of the Thames. By John Dorival
        A watercolour with ink. No Date but is known to have been made in America.
      A watercolour with ink. No Date but is known to have been ...
  • Silhouette of William Henry Harrison
        In the War of 1812, Harrisson commanded the American Army in the Northwest and was responsible for the U.S. victory at Moraviantown (the Battle of the Thames). His wife was Anna Harrisson.
      In the War of 1812, Harrisson commanded the American Army in the ...
  • Silhouette of Anna Harrison
        Anna Harrisson was the Wife of William Henry Harrisson. In the War of 1812, Harrisson commanded the American Army in the Northwest and was responsible for the U.S. victory at Moraviantown (the Battle of the Thames).
      Anna Harrisson was the Wife of William Henry Harrisson. In the War ...
  • Battle of the Thames, October 5th 1813. By Ephraim Bouve
        An ink print that was entered according to an Act of Congress.
      An ink print that was entered according to an Act of Congress.
  • Death of Tecumseh. By Nathaniel Currier
        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.
      An ink print created in the United States of America. This piece ...
  • Death of Tecumseh. Battle fo the Thames Oct. 5th 1813. By John L. Magee
        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.
      An ink print created in the United States of America. This piece ...
  • A View of Col. Johnson's Engagement with the Savages (commanded by Tecumseh) near the Moravian Town, October 5, 1812.
        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 ...
      Hand-coloured woodcut illustration from: "History of the Discovery of America" by Henry ...
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