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Essay heading: Tecumseh: Defender of the Native Culture
 
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Issue: United States
Written by: Ethan Jacobs
Date added: July 1, 2009
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This however, led to more troubles and conflicts with the Natives of the land. The Indians west of the Appalachian mountain range would not give up the land that their tribes had been living on for hundreds of years, at least not without a fight. And even though the Indians were much less advanced in technology and warfare, the American frontier-men found a major obstacle in the Shawnee leader, Tecumseh...
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And even though the Indians were much less advanced in technology and warfare, the American frontier-men found a major obstacle in the Shawnee leader, Tecumseh. Tecumseh wielded more power than any other North American Indian before him, and no other Indian after him would ever come close to his political domination...
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