...Carried Brock off the Field Helped Care for the General When He Fell at Queenston Heights 1 Helped Care for the General When He Fell at Queenston Heights 2 Lewis McKay's Recollections of 1812
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Two orange coloured seals containing the impression of the personal seal of Sir Isaac Brock. The seal depicts a crest containing a lion in the upper portion and an eagle with its wings spread in the lower portion, which represent strength, clarity of vision and courage. Below the crest is a banner...
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.
1884, 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.
1977, Watercolour painting depicting Laura Secord Intercepted By Indians On Her Way To Warn Fitzgibbon Of Impending U.S. Attack
...; that it is their determination to remain united; that they will never do anything contrary to the interests of the whole, but that they will always act towards each other like brothers." Sagoyewatha (Red Jacket), Seneca, displaying the Five Lands Wampum Belt (seen above) to U.S. Indian Agent prior to the War of 1812...
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War of 1812
Peace Council at Amherstburg
September 14, 1815
British Lt. Col. Reginald James addressed the Council of Western Nations, which included the Shawnee Prophet: Wampums were passed long ago at Burlington Heights, to which place your Father invited you to come...
1849, Image of Painting (oil on canvas) of Tommy Jemmy (Soo-non-gize, or Long Horns)a Seneca Chief. Noted for killing a Seneca Woman (Kau-qua-tau) for witchcraft and the large court proceeding and trial that followed. Tommy Jemmy lived at Buffalo Creek where he served his community as an elder and...
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