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Prophet, The. orig. Tenskwatawa.

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Episode Two: Tecumseh's Vision Transcript Narrator: No pictures
Neolin and Tenskwatawa
Tenskwatawa (500 words)
1783 - Many white settlements are raided by members of the
man and to signify the change he would now be referred to Tenskwatawa.
The Shawnee Nation
Shawnee brothers rose to prominence.

Suggested News Resources

Horseshoe Bend park celebrates wars' bicentennial
Again: The US Army and Native Confederacies in the Struggle for the Old Northwest”; at 1 pm, Adam Jortner will present “Tenskwatawa and the Religious War of 1812”; and at 2 pm, Kathryn Braund will provide a talk titled “Techumseh and the Creeks.

Suggested Web Resources

Tenskwatawa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tenskwatawa - The Prophet - Ohio History Central - A product of the
Jul 1, 2005 Tenskwatawa (also known as The Prophet ), a member of the Shawnee Indians, was born in 1775.
Tenskwatawa - Shawnee
Words of wisdom and quotes from the Native American known as Tenskwatawa ( Shawnee).
The Prophet/Tenskwatawa
The Prophet/Tenskwatawa (1778-1837). Born in 1778 at Old Following the vision, he became known at The Prophet or Tenskwatawa.
Tenskwatawa - National Portrait Gallery
Tenskwatawa (The Prophet) (1775-1837) Indian chief. Henry Inman (18011-1846 ), after Charles Bird King Oil on canvas, c.

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