- Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, around 1800 (created by me with the Tweegram for iPhone app)

- Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, around 1800 (created by me with the Tweegram for iPhone app) (ct, the master of life ? is that Zeus ?

A Shawnee Indian warrior. Photo by David M. Doody. Copyright 2013 The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

A Shawnee Indian warrior. Photo by David M. Copyright 2013 The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Carrie C. Blue Jacket ~ Shawnee, 1893 Vinta, Oklahoma (born Apr 6, 1875 - died Dec 24, 1960)

Carrie C. Blue Jacket, a woman of the Shawnee Nation, Vinta, Oklahoma. she was born April 1875 and died December

Current day Shawnee Indian; love the pride he has; Americans stole from the Indian tribes and treated them so badly.

Sooo Beautiful and Regal! So Far From Scioto Shawnee Hostages in Williamsburg, Colonial Williamsburg Indian program.

Native American Shawnee Indian Moccasin Sewing Pattern - Ankle or Knee High in Crafts | eBay

Native American Shawnee Indian Moccasin Sewing Pattern - Ankle or Knee High

Native American Shawnee Indian Moccasin Sewing Pattern - Ankle or Knee High in Crafts | eBay

Chief Tecumseh, Shawnee - courageous in the face of extreme adversity, a man of utmost integrity, selflessness, loyalty and true leadership. He was born to be a force to be reckoned with and staked himself to the land until the end.

Chief Tecumseh, Shawnee-March 1813 courageous in the face of extreme adversity, a man of utmost integrity, selflessness, loyalty and true leadership. He was born to be a force to be reckoned with and staked himself to the land until the end.

Shawnee Indians sign treaty with William Penn  - Native American Indian Pictures: Shawnee Indian Photos and Illustrations

Shawnee Indians sign treaty with William Penn - Native American Indian Pictures: Shawnee Indian Photos and Illustrations

At Shawneetown you will read how many absentee Shawnee Indians migrated to this region from old Northwest Territory in early 1800′s, settled and opened farms. #McCurtainCounty #Oklahoma

At Shawneetown you will learn how many absentee Shawnee Indians migrated to this region from old northwest territory in early settled.

Shawnee Indian War Chief- Blue Jacket

Blue Jacket - Piqua Shawnee - before 1808 {Blue Jacket (b. circa 1743 - d. went by the name Sepettekenathe or "Big Rabbit" until He then adopted another name Waweyapiersenwaw or “Whirlpool". It is not known how he came to be known as Blue Jacket.

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