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I've had his words on my Facebook page way before this movie came out. Read them, they are unbelievable!

Chief Tecumseh’s Words of Wisdom (from Act of Valor)

Native Americans in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Portrait of Tecumseh -Shawnee Chief (March – 5 October

Two Creek women - Muskogee, Oklahoma...far from "home" via the trail of tears.

Creek women There are two Creek tribes today. The Poarch Creeks in Alabama live on a reservation, which is land that belongs to the tribe and is under their control. The Oklahoma Creeks live on trust land.

American Indians History: The Miami Indian Massacre of General St. Claire - 700 Dead

The Miami Indian Massacre of General St. Claire - 700 Dead The struggle to open the Wabash portage resulted in three massacres that in.

Tecumseh

This goes by my bed to read each morning, reminding myself of the right way to live.

Charles Bluejacket - Shawnee/Wyandot - c. 1860-1879 Son of George Blue Jacket Indian name - Kal-we. He married 3 times & is said to have 23 children. To date, we can account for 20. He became a Methodist minister at the Shawnee Methodist Mission in Kansas City, translated sermons for the Shawnee with Charles Journeycake for the Delaware. Charles was a gov. interpreter & last chief of the Shawnee tribe. His interpretative skills were used at the signing of the 1854 Shawnee Treaty in…

Charles Bluejacket (Kai-we) of the Shawnee Nation, son of George Blue Jacket. Caption under photo: "Rev. Charles Bluejacket, Head Chief of the Shawnee.

Tecumseh

American Indian's History: Shawnee Chief Tecumseh in 1811 : The Eve of War, canadian 1812 war indiginous hero !

Black Elk (1863-1950), famous medicine man and holy man of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). Wikipedia

Black Elk famous medicine man and great visionary holy man of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). His book, Black Elk Speaks chronicles his mystical look into the demise of his own people's.

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The Samurai were highly skilled Japanese warriors that hailed from noble families and served the local lords. Read 7 interesting facts about the Samurai.

William "Red Eagle" Weatherford led the Red Stick Creeks against the White Stick Creeks and US forces under Andrew Jackson during the Creek Indian War.

William "Red Eagle" Weatherford led the Red Stick Creeks against the White Stick Creeks,Georgia,Mississippi Armies and Tennesee Militia during the Creek Indian War of This lithograph displays the point of giving himself over for the Mvskoke Nation.

Where the Buffalo No Longer Roamed

Where the Buffalo No Longer Roamed

Chief Black Kettle - Cheyenne - was a leader of the Southern Cheyenne after He led efforts to resist American settlement from Kansas and Colorado territories. He was a peacemaker who accepted treaties to protect his people.

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