- Prophet, The. orig. Tenskwatawa.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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