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Tippecanoe

[ tip-ee-kuh-noo ]

noun

  1. a river in N Indiana, flowing SW to the Wabash: battle 1811. 200 miles (320 km) long.


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Not an Indian was seen until November the sixth, when the troops were within eleven miles of Tippecanoe.

Late in October this army, commanded by Harrison in person, set forth for the destruction of the Tippecanoe rendezvous.

It was the glamour of Tippecanoe that three decades afterwards carried him into the President's chair.

To the British agent at Amherstburg he declared that had he been on the spot there would have been no fighting at Tippecanoe.

During the campaign of 1844, the Whigs held a gathering on the Tippecanoe battle ground.

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