The Battle of Tippecanoe happened near the present site of Battle Ground, Indiana.
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The date is November 7, 1811 for the Battle of Tippecanoe. The date is November 7, 1811 for the Battle of Tippecanoe.
The Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811
William Henry Harrison who commanded the US forces at Tippecanoe, later ran for President with the slogan "Tippecanoe and Tyler too ", so the hero of Tippecanoe was called Tippecanoe and was William Henry Harrison.The Tippecanoe River was the location of a decisive battle between the US forces and the allied American Indian forces. The US won and established its dominance over the Indian nations.
The cause of the Battle of Tippecanoe was increased tension between the Shawnee and the governor of Indiana. Tecumseh, the Shawnee leader, was preparing for possible battle with the United States forces, which led Governor William Harrison to march his men to fight the Shawnee near Tippecanoe.
Battle of Tippecanoe happened on 1811-11-07.
The Shawnee chief at the battle of Tippecanoe was Tecumseh.
He became known as "Old Tippecanoe" after the winning the Battle of Tippecanoe against the Shawnee Indians where the Tippecanoe River joins the Wabash in Indiana on November 7, 1811.
The battle was at Tippecanoe which is near present day Lafayette, Indiana,
The Battle of Tippecanoe was fought near what is now known as Battle Ground, Indiana, on November 7, 1811. It is in Tippecanoe County.
The Tippecanoe River , located in Western Indiana, a few miles from Lafayette, was the site of the Battle of Tippencanoe.
The result of the Battle of Tippecanoe was that the Native American movement lost some of its power.
Harrison was known as Old Tippecanoe or Tippecanoe or, maybe for short, Old Tip, in honor of his victory at the Battle of Tippecanoe. Also called The Soldier of Tippecanoe.
The Battle of Tippecanoe was fought between the United States and Tecumseh's Confederacy, and resulted in a tactical victory for the U.S. The battle occurred on November 7, 1811.
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