Portrait of Shawnee man Wapameepto (Gives Light As He Walks) or Wapamiqto (White Road), called Big Jim, Grandson of Chief Tecumseh, photographed March, 1898. My great, great grandfather.
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The Wisdom of Chief Tecumseh
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Tecumseh - 1813
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March, 1768 - October 5, 1813 (aged 45) Tecumseh @ Ya-Native.com Quotes: No tribe has the right to sell, even to each other, much less to strangers ... Sell a country! Why not sell the air, the gre...
Wooden Statue of Tecumseh by Artist Neil Z. Cox
Tecumseh led many raids in Kentucky once he became of age.
"Shawnee Women" - Ruthe Blalock Jones (Delaware, Shawnee, Peoria)
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A great man
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