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.
...Portrait of Ahyouwaighs (or John Brant, 1794-1832) who was the son of Thayendanegea (Joseph Brant, 1742/43-1807). In the War of 1812
, Brant and John Norton led native warriors to stop an American attack at the Battle of Queenston Heights in October 1812
. He was made a lieutenant in the Indian...
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....
1818, Paper lithograph; "The North American Indian Warriors, from Lake Erie, of the Seneca, who were in London in 1818". "Beaver, I like her, Two Guns, Steep Back, Black Squirrel, Long Horns and Little Bear". Printed by F. Moser 1819.Denis Dighton del et lithog. written in pencil, bottom right and left...
Dec. 24, 1814, In his 1914 painting "A Hundred Years Peace", artist Amedee Forestier illustrates the signing of the Treaty of Ghent between Great Britain and the US, 24 December 1814. 1 print / estampe : coloured lithograph, Support: 71.200 x 54.700 cm, Image: 60.800 x 42.200 cm Alternate title: The Signing of...
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