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    ❖ July 2, 1809 ❖ Shawnee Chief Tecumseh calls on all Indians to unite and resist. Together, Tecumseh argued, the various tribes had enough strength to stop the whites from taking further land. By 1810, he had organized the Ohio Valley Confederacy, which united Indians from the Shawnee, Potawatomi, Kickapoo, Winnebago, Menominee, Ottawa, and Wyandot nations.

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    • Anne Smith

      ❖ July 2, 1809 ❖ Shawnee Chief Tecumseh calls on all Indians to unite and resist. Together, Tecumseh argued, the various tribes had enough strength to stop the whites from taking further land. By 1810, he had organized the Ohio Valley Confederacy, which united Indians from the Shawnee, Potawatomi, Kickapoo, Winnebago, Menominee, Ottawa, and Wyandot nations.

    • Bartłomiej Adamowicz

      Tecumseh - wódz północnoamerykańskiego plemienia indiańskiego Szaunisów (Szawanezów), przywódca wojskowy, mówca, polityk, generał brytyjski. Na początku XIX w. był zwolennikiem utworzenia szerokiej konfederacji plemion indiańskich na południe od Wielkich Jezior,…

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