Battle of the Thames and the death of Tecumseh, by the Kentucky mounted volunteers led by Colonel Richard M. Johnson, 5th Oct. 1813. Lithograph, hand coloured made 1833 by William Emmons (1792-1875). Collection: the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division. Public Domain.
Battle of the Thames and the death of Tecumseh, by the Kentucky mounted volunteers led by Colonel Richard M. Johnson, 5th Oct. 1813. Lithograph, hand coloured made 1833 by William Emmons (1792-1875). Collection: the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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9. marts 1768

Cirka-fødedagen for den indianske shawnee-høvding Tecumseh, der ledte Stammesammenslutningens kamp mod amerikansk udvidelse og for bevaring af stammernes kulturelle og religiøse traditioner. (dør 5. oktober 1813, se denne)

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Articles:

Tecumseh and a united Indian resistance (SocialistWorker.org, June 24, 2010). “Paul D’Amato tells the story of the Native American leader Tecumseh and his vision of uniting Indian tribes into a single confederation.”

A native war of independence: The life of Tecumseh. By Peter Lamphere (International Socialist Review, Issue 39, January-February 2005). “They led a movement, first religious then political, to unify disparate tribes on the frontier of the new American state.”

Tecumseh speaks: ‘Sell a country? Why not sell the air?’ (International Socialist Review, Issue 39, January-February 2005). “In 1810, Tecumseh faced Governor William Henry Harrison to bitterly protest the land sales of 1805—1806.”

Chief Tecumseh. Wood engraving, Hand-colored 1860-1900. Artist Unknown. Collection: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA. Public Domain.
Chief Tecumseh. Wood engraving, Hand-colored 1860-1900. Artist Unknown. Collection: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

See also:

The shame of a Nation. By William Jaber (American Socialist, October 1956; online at Marxists Internet Archive). “As a symptom of white supremacy and of capitalist callousness, it is a matter with which all socialists should be concerned.”

War of 1812: myth and reality. By John Bell (Socialist.ca, August 23, 2012)

Timeline June 1, 1812 on the 1812-war.

Settler colonialism and its victims. By Ragina Johnson and Brian Ward (International Socialist Review, Issue 97, Summer 2015). Review of Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States (Beacon Press, 2014, 296 p.)


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