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Well, that is an interesting question. I would say Tenskwatawa.

The leader of US forces was William Henry Harrison, but the leader of the native American forces, Tecumseh, wasn't actually involved in the battle at all. His brother Tenskwatawa, a spiritual leader, was in charge while Tecumseh was out recruiting. He led a force to attack Harrison's forces, and was ultimately driven away, but Tecumseh rebuilt and continued to oppose the US, ultimately joining the British in the War of 1812.

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the native American Indians. William henery harrison got his name tippicanoed (old tippicanoe) at this battle.

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