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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.

British Army Burning the White House in 1814 during the War of 1812. (Giclee Print)

British Army Burning the White House in 1814 during the War of 1812

British Army Burning the White House in 1814 during the War of 1812 Giclee Print. how Latrobe got the job to rebuild it.

Marquis de Lafayette,was  a 19-year-old French nobleman who volunteered to serve in Washington's army. He wanted a military career, and he believed in the American cause. He quickly gained Washington's confidence and was given the command of an army division.

GENERAL LAFAYETTE BIO BOOK American Revolution French Revolutionary War History

General Brock and Chief Tecumseh - Fort Malden 1812

13 August 1812 - General Brock and Chief Tecumseh meet at Fort Malden - Brock secured the support of Tecumseh and the other chiefs in his confederation.

In September 1838, 859 Potawatomi Indians were forced from their homeland near Plymouth, Indiana and made to march 660 miles to present-day Osawatomie, Kansas. At gunpoint, the tribe began the march on September 4, 1838. During the two month journey, 42 members of the tribe, mostly children, died of typhoid fever and the stress of the forced removal. When they arrived in Osawatomie, Kansas on November 4, 1838, there were only 756 of the tribe, as many had also escaped along the journey.

In September Potawatomi Indians were forced from their homeland near Plymouth Indiana and made to march 660 miles to present-day Osawatomie, Kansas on what is now known as the Potawatomi Trail of Death.

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