A very interesting story about Tecumseh's historical life between 1768 and 1826.
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HISTORY
OF THE
SHAWANOE INDIANS or now know as the Shawnee
There is a tradition among the Shawanoes, in regard to their origin, which is said to be peculiar to that tribe.
While most of the aborigines of this country believe that their respective races came out of holes in the earth
at different places on this continent, the Shawanoes alone claim, that their ancestors once inhabited a foreign
land; but having determined to leave it, they assembled their people and marched to the sea shore. Here,
under the guidance of a leader of the Turtle tribe, one of their twelve original subdivisions, they walked into
the sea, the waters of which immediately parted, and they passed in safety along the bottom of the ocean,
until they reached this island.[1]

Bonus: Rare Shawnee drawing and Indian maps. Some color lithographs from "History of the Indian tribes of
North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs"
Life of The Legendary Warrior Tecumseh
and his Brother The Prophet
By Benjamin Drake 1851
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Tenskwatawa (The
Prophet) Tecumseh’s
Brother
CATAHECASSA, or BLACK-HOOF
History of the Indian tribes of North
America, with biographical sketches
and anecdotes of the principal chiefs.
From the Indian gallery in the
Department of war, vol. 1Plates: v. I:
hunting the buffalo, frontispiece