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Draper manuscripts: Tecumseh papers, 1811-1931.

Author: Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief; Lyman Copeland Draper
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers collected and arranged by Draper in preparation for writing a biography of the distinguished Shawnee chief and statesman, Tecumseh (1768-1813). Tecumseh proposed a program designed to halt western white settlement through a great Indian confederacy against further land cessions, through refusal to trade for or use white men's alcoholic beverages, and through adoption of a self-sufficient agricultural life.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
Named Person: Benjamin Drake; Daniel Drake; Tenskwatawa, Shawnee Prophet.; Stephen Ruddell; Round Head, Shawnee.; Sophie Durant; William Weatherford; Weatherford family.; Andrew Jackson; Tuskegee, Creek Chief.; Joe Ellis; Henry S Halbert; David Folsom; Hoentubbee, Choctaw.; Hopaii Iskitini, Choctaw.; Mashulatubbee, Choctaw.; Nettakachi, Choctaw.; Puckshenubbee, Choctaw.; John Pitchlyn; Pushmataha; Red Pepper, Choctaw.; Stonie Hadjo, Choctaw.; John Jumper, Seminole.; George Colbert; William Henry Harrison; Daniel Curtis; Isaac Brock; William Hull; Henry Dodge; Pierre Menard; John B St Gem; C C Trowbridge; Lewis Cass; James Duane Doty; Joe Parks; Thomas Loraine McKenney; Henry Rowe Schoolcraft; George Coffinberry; Hubert LaCroix; Little Turtle; White Loon, Miami chief.; John McCawley; Abraham Ruddell; John Simrall; Simrall family.; John Tipton; Walter Wilson; Durant family.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief; Lyman Copeland Draper
OCLC Number: 145787472
Notes: Forms part of the Lyman Copeland Draper Manuscripts. The Draper Manuscripts consist of fifty collections, sometimes referred to as fifty "series," under the one overarching title. See the Draper Manuscripts Overview on the Wisconsin Historical Society website, an unpublished calendar, and the "Guide to the Draper Manuscripts" by Josephine Harper (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1983) for further information.
Description: 1.2 c.f. (13 volumes)
Other Titles: Draper Mss.

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Papers collected and arranged by Draper in preparation for writing a biography of the distinguished Shawnee chief and statesman, Tecumseh (1768-1813). Tecumseh proposed a program designed to halt western white settlement through a great Indian confederacy against further land cessions, through refusal to trade for or use white men's alcoholic beverages, and through adoption of a self-sufficient agricultural life. Along with the acquisition of papers of Tecumseh's early biographers, Benjamin Drake and his brother Daniel, Draper collected intensively on Tecumseh from about 1863 to his death.

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