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Born in the Ohio Country present-day Ohio , and growing up during the American Revolutionary War and the Northwest Indian War , Tecumseh was exposed to warfare and envisioned the establishment of an independent Indian nation east of the Mississippi River under British protection.
He worked to recruit additional members to his tribal confederacy from the southern United States. Tecumseh was among the most celebrated Indian leaders in history and was known as a strong and eloquent orator who promoted tribal unity.
He was also ambitious, willing to take risks, and make significant sacrifices to repel the Americans from Indian lands in the Old Northwest Territory. In , with his brother Tenskwatawa "The Prophet" , Tecumseh founded the Indian village the Americans called Prophetstown , located north of present-day Lafayette, Indiana. Prophetstown grew into a large, multi-tribal community and a central point in Tecumseh's political and military alliance.
Tecumseh's confederation fought the United States during Tecumseh's War , but he was unsuccessful in getting the U. In , as he traveled south to recruit more allies, his brother Tenskwatawa initiated the Battle of Tippecanoe against William Henry Harrison 's army, but the Indians retreated from the field and the Americans burned Prophetstown.
Although Tecumseh remained the military leader of the pan-Indian confederation, his plan to enlarge the Indian alliance was never fulfilled. Tecumseh and his confederacy continued to fight the United States after forming an alliance with Great Britain in the War of During the war, Tecumseh's confederacy helped in the capture of Fort Detroit.
His death and the end of the war caused the pan-Indian alliance to collapse. Within a few years, the remaining tribal lands in the Old Northwest were ceded to the U. Since his death Tecumseh has become an iconic folk hero in American, Aboriginal, and Canadian history. Because the Shawnee did not settle in Old Chillicothe until , biographer John Sugden concludes that Tecumseh was born either in a different village named "Chillicothe" in Shawnee, Chalahgawtha  along the Scioto River , near present-day Chillicothe, Ohio , or in a nearby Kispoko village situated along a small tributary of the Scioto.
Tecumseh's family had moved to this village around the time of his birth. Tecumseh's father, Puckshinwa in Shawnee , Puckeshinwau , meaning "Alights from flying," "Something that drops," or "I light from flying," and rendered in various records as Puckeshinwa, Pucksinwah, Pukshinwa, Pukeesheno, Pekishinoah, Pooksehnwe and other variations was a minor Shawnee war chief of the Kispoko "Dancing Tail" or "Panther" band and the panther clan.
According to some sources, Puckshinwa's father was Muscogee Creek and his mother was Shawnee. Either his father died when Puckshinwa was young or because among the Creeks a husband lives with his wife's family, Puckshinwa was considered a Shawnee. Tecumseh's mother, Methotaske in Shawnee, Methoataaskee , meaning "[One who] Lays Eggs in the Sand" or "A turtle laying eggs in the sand", and alternately spelled Methoataske, Meetheetashe, Methotase, or Methoatase , was Puckshinwa's second wife.
She is believed to have been either Muscogee Creek , Cherokee , or Shawnee through both her parents, possibly of the Pekowi band and the turtle clan. Some traditions argue that Methotaske was Creek because she had lived among that tribe prior to marriage, while others claim that she was Cherokee , having died in old age living among that tribe.
Others suggest that she was a white captive due to the family stories that claim Puckshinwa had been married to a white captive. When Tecumseh's parents met and married, the Pekowi were living somewhere near the present-day site of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Pekowi had lived in that region alongside the Creek people, since the Iroquois a powerful confederacy based in New York and Pennsylvania forced them from the Ohio River valley during the Beaver Wars in the seventeenth century.
Not wanting to force Methotaske to choose between staying in the south with him or moving with her family, Puckshinwa decided to travel north with her. The Pekowi founded an Indian settlement named Chillicothe, where Tecumseh was likely born. Methoataske left Tecumseh and his siblings under the care of their married older sister, Tecumapese. Wahskiegaboe, Tecumapese's husband, later became one of Tecumseh's supporters. Chiksika or Cheeseekau , Tecumseh's eldest brother and a leading warrior, essentially raised him.
Chiksika took Tecumseh hunting and taught him to become a warrior; however, their younger brother, Lalawethika, who later changed his name to Tenskwatawa , stayed behind and showed little evidence of the powerful spiritual leader and close partnership he would form with Tecumseh as an adult.
During the American Revolutionary War , the Shawnee were military allies of the British and repeatedly battled the Americans.
Following his father's death, Tecumseh's family moved to Chief Blackfish 's nearby village of Chillicothe. They remained there until the Kentucky militia destroyed it in retaliation for Blackfish's attack on Boonesborough, Kentucky.
Next, the family moved to the village of Sanding Stone, which Clark and his men attacked in November , and Tecumseh's family relocated to a Shawnee settlement near present-day Bellefontaine, Ohio. Tecumseh may have witnessed his first battle, the Battle of Piqua , in , while he was still a young boy under Chiksika's supervision, but Tecumseh did not engage in combat. Tribal chiefs later recalled that Tecumseh became so frightened during the battle that he ran away; it was allegedly the only instance in Tecumseh's life where he fled the battlefield.
After the American Revolutionary War ended in , fifteen-year-old Tecumseh joined a band of Shawnee who intended to stop white settlers from invading their lands by attacking settlers' flatboats as they traveled down the Ohio River from Pennsylvania.
The Northwest Indian War brought continued violence to the American frontier. The Wabash Confederacy , a large tribal alliance that included all the major tribes of Ohio and the Illinois Country formed to repel the American settlers from the region. As the war between the Indian confederacy and the Americans expanded in the late s and Tecumseh grew older, he began training to become a warrior and to fight alongside with his older brother Chiksika , an important war leader. In late or early , Tecumseh traveled south with Chiksika to live among and fight alongside the Chickamauga faction of the Cherokee.
During their trip south, Tecumseh fell from his horse during a hunting expedition and broke a bone in his thigh. The injury took several months to heal and caused him to walk with a slight limp for the remainder of his life. Accompanied by twelve Shawnee warriors, the brothers stayed at Running Water in Marion County, Tennessee , where Chiksika's wife and daughter lived.
Tecumseh remained with the Chickamauga for nearly two years. During this time he fathered a daughter with a Cherokee; however, the relationship was brief and the child remained with her mother. After a brief return to the Ohio Country in , Tecumseh and his band of Shawnee warriors rejoined his brother in the Cumberland River area in Tennessee , where Chiksika was killed while leading a raid in September Tecumseh assumed leadership of the small Shawnee band and subsequent Chickamauga raiding parties before he returned to the Ohio Country at the end of Tecumseh took a wife, Mamate, and had a son, Paukeesaa, born about Their marriage did not last.
Tecumseh's sister, Tecumapese, raised Paukeesaa from the age of seven or eight. One of the triplets died within the first year of his birth, but Lalawethika and his triplet brother Kumskaukau survived.
The Prophet's beliefs were based on the earlier teachings of the Lenape prophets, Scattamek and Neolin , who predicted a coming apocalypse that would destroy the European-American settlers.
The Prophet attracted a large following among Indians who had suffered from epidemics and dispossession of their lands. He urged them to reject the American way of life and to return to their traditional ways.
The Prophet wanted Indians to reject the white man's customs, which included firearms, consumption of alcohol, and European-style clothing. He also urged his followers to pay traders only half the value of their debts and to refrain from ceding any more lands to the U. Tecumseh eventually settled near Greenville, Ohio , in an Indian community that Tenskwatawa formed with his followers along the White River in western Ohio in Opposing Tenskwatawa was the Shawnee leader Black Hoof , who was working to maintain a peaceful relationship with the United States.
The earliest record of Tecumseh's interaction with the Americans occurred in , when U. Indian agent William Wells met with Blue Jacket and other Shawnee leaders in Greenville to determine their intentions after the recent murder of a settler.
Tecumseh, who was among those who spoke with Wells and assured him that his band of Shawnee intended to remain at peace and wanted only to follow the will of the Great Spirit and his prophet. According to Wells's report, Tecumseh also told him that the Prophet intended to move with his followers deeper into the frontier, away from American settlements.
According to Tenskwatawa's later account, Tecumseh was already contemplating a pan-tribal confederacy to counter American expansion into Indian-held lands. In the Prophet and Tecumseh were leaders of the group that decided to move further west and establish a village near the confluence of the Wabash and Tippecanoe Rivers near Battle Ground , north of present-day Lafayette, Indiana.
Although the site was in Miami tribal territory and their chief, Little Turtle , warned the group not to settle there, the Shawnee ignored the warning and moved into the region; the Miami left them alone.
The Americans called the Indian settlement Prophetstown , after the Shawnee spiritual leader. The village gained significance as a central point in the political and military alliance that was forming around Tecumseh, a natural and charismatic leader. As Tenskwatawa's religious teachings became more widely known, he attracted numerous followers to Prophetstown that included members of other tribes.
The village soon expanded to form a large, multi-tribal community in the southwestern Great Lakes region that served as a major center of Indian culture, a temporary barrier to the encroaching settlers' westward movement, and a base to expel the whites and their culture from the territory.
The community attracted thousands of Algonquin -speaking Indians and became an intertribal, religious stronghold within the Indiana Territory for 3, inhabitants. Tecumseh emerged as the primary leader and war chief of the confederation of warriors at Prophetstown. Recruits came from an estimated fourteen different tribal groups, although the majority were members of Shawnee, Delaware , and Potawatomi tribes.
In Tenskwatawa precipitated the Battle of Tippecanoe when he was overcome by his power and defied Tecumseh's orders to evacuate if Harrison approached the village of Prophetstown. Tenskwatawa claimed to have had a vision and spoke to the tribes "in the voice of Moneto," their god, to attack as the white men could not hurt them, and that no one could die or would feel harm.
The loss of this battle brought an end to the Prophet's influence among the Indian confederacy and caused many tribes to lose faith in Tecumseh's great plan of a strong Indian alliance. So in marked contrast with the experience of the Shawnee, it will be seen that the whites and Indians in this section are living on friendly and mutually beneficial terms.
Where are the Narragansett, the Mochican, the Pocanet, and other powerful tribes of our people? They have vanished before the avarice and oppression of the white man Sleep not longer, O Choctaws and Chickasaws Will not the bones of our dead be plowed up, and their graves turned into plowed fields? Tecumseh and William Henry Harrison ,  the two principal adversaries in Tecumseh's War , had both been junior participants in the Battle of Fallen Timbers at the end of the Northwest Indian War.
Although Tecumseh was not among the signers of the Treaty of Greenville that ceded much of present-day Ohio, long inhabited by the Shawnee and other American Indians, to the U. For the next ten years pan-tribal resistance to American hegemony faded. After the Treaty of Greenville was signed, most of the Shawnee in Ohio settled at the Shawnee village of Wapakoneta on the Auglaize River , where Black Hoof , a senior chief who had signed the treaty, was their leader.
Little Turtle , a Miami war chief, a participant in the Northwest Indian War, and a signer of the treaty at Greenville, lived in his village along the Eel River. The tribes of the region also participated in several additional treaties, including the Treaty of Vincennes and and the Treaty of Grouseland , that ceded Indian-held land in southern Indiana to the Americans.
The treaties granted the Indians annuity payments and other reimbursements in exchange for their lands. The validity of the treaty negotiations were challenged with claims that the U. The negotiations also involved what some historians have described as bribes, which included offering large subsidies to the tribes and their chiefs, and liberal distribution of liquor before the negotiations began.
Tecumseh and his brother, Tenskwatawa, who adamantly wanted to retain their independence from the Americans, denounced the treaty, became openly hostile to those who had signed it, including other tribal leaders, and began recruiting members to their pan-Indian alliance.
Although the Shawnee had no claim on the land ceded to the U. Tecumseh revived an idea advocated in previous years by the Shawnee leader Blue Jacket and the Mohawk leader Joseph Brant that stated that Indian land was owned in common by all.
Tecumseh was not ready to confront the United States directly. His primary adversaries were initially the Indian leaders who had signed the Treaty of Fort Wayne. Tecumseh, an impressive orator, began to travel widely, urging warriors to abandon the accommodationist chiefs and to join his resistance movement.
Tecumseh also warned that the Americans should not attempt to settle on the ceded lands and claimed that "the only way to stop this evil [loss of land] is for the red man to unite in claiming a common and equal right in the land, as it was first, and should be now, for it was never divided. Tecumseh met with William Henry Harrison in and in to demand that the U.
At the call of Bluejacket, the Shawnee chief who was collecting a force to meet a U. There he saw another older brother, Sauwaseekau, killed. Land, he said, was like the air and water, the common possession of all Indians. This doctrine of communal ownership of the land became the cornerstone of his policy. Partly because of his superb oratory , which the whites compared with that of the young Henry Clay , the rising political leader in Kentucky, Tecumseh became the spokesman for the Indians in great councils in Ohio, at Urbana and Chillicothe , that undertook to settle grievances.
For a time he studied treaties, spoke at councils, and lived peacefully in Ohio and Indiana. The code of the Prophet had a mysticism that appealed to the Indians, and many became converts. With inexhaustible energy, Tecumseh began to form an Indian confederation to resist white pressure.
Seeing the approach of war the War of between the Americans and British, Tecumseh assembled his followers and joined the British forces at Fort Malden on the Canadian side of the Detroit River.
There he brought together perhaps the most formidable force ever commanded by a North American Indian, an accomplishment that was a decisive factor in the capture of Detroit and of 2, U. Fired with the promise of triumph after the fall of Detroit, Tecumseh departed on another long journey to arouse the tribes, which resulted in the uprising of the Alabama Creeks in response to his oratory, though the Chickasaws, Choctaws, and Cherokees rebuffed him.
He returned north and joined the British general Henry A. Procter in his invasion of Ohio. Harrison thereupon invaded Canada. Tecumseh with his Indians reluctantly accompanied the retiring British, whom Harrison pursued to the Thames River, in present-day southern Ontario.
There, on October 5, , the British and Indians were routed, and Harrison won control of the Northwest. Tecumseh, directing most of the fighting, was killed. His body was carried from the field and buried secretly in a grave that has never been discovered. Nor has it ever been determined who killed Tecumseh. We welcome suggested improvements to any of our articles.
You can make it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind. Tecumseh and his confederacy sided with the British. The siege failed and morale waned as a result. In the fall of as conditions around Detroit worsened, Procter began a retreat east toward Niagara. Tecumseh requested arms so that his men could stay in the Northwest Territory and continue to defend their lands.
Procter agreed to make a stand at the forks of the Thames River. However, when forces reached the site communication broke down and some men deserted while others continued east. When the Americans attacked, large sections of forces broke leaving about hundred American Indians to hold back 3, Americans. Tecumseh was fatally wounded in the battle. It is unknown who killed him or what happened to his remains. His death began a rapid decline in American Indian resistance and the War of is marked as the beginning of removal in the upper Midwest.
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