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How to use Tecumseh in a sentence
The most credible accounts corroborate what [William Tecumseh Sherman, then a St. Louis businessman] would remember.
If it is ever built,” General William Tecumseh Sherman wrote his congressman brother, “it will be the work of giants.
And then, with a sly reference to William Tecumseh Sherman and a joke about peeing in locker room showers, it all came to an end.
On past the forts went ships and monitors, heedless of torpedoes or of the fate of the Tecumseh.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
Two of them, Tecumseh and his brother, Laulewasikaw, fulfilled the largest expectations of their friends.
So when Tecumseh was but a child he hated the palefaces, and was glad when his tribe made war against them.
Thus, before Tecumseh could talk plainly, he heard about the heroes of his race, and learned what was expected of a good Indian.
Tecumseh was his favorite, and he strove to teach him all that was needful to make him a brave warrior and a good man.
British Dictionary definitions for Tecumseh
Cultural definitions for Tecumseh
A Shawnee chief of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He took arms against American settlers moving into the Middle West, and supported the British in the War of 1812, in which he was killed.