Tecumseh and the Prophet - Battle of Tippecanoe DOCUMENTARY
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Tecumseh and the Prophet – Battle of Tippecanoe DOCUMENTARY



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Our animated historical documentary series on the life of Tecumseh continues with a video on the formation of his Confederacy, the rise of his brother, who would be known as the Prophet and the pushback of the US forces at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811.

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The video was made by our friend Oğuz Tunç while the script was researched and written by Leo Stone

This video was narrated by Officially Devin (

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28 Replies to “Tecumseh and the Prophet – Battle of Tippecanoe DOCUMENTARY

  1. Our creator have sent to each tribe and country Prophets bringing the word of God and the resistance against tyranny and evil. Better to live one day as a tiger 🐅 than a life as sheep 🐑!

  2. My only real complaint about this video is at 9:08 where you can see the boundary lines of the Indiana Territory. As a Hoosier, I can't help but cringe at how Fort Wayne is depicted to be located west of the territorial boundary and in Ohio (which it clearly wasn't and is not today since Fort Wayne is still one of the most well known communities in Indiana alongside Vincennes, Corydon, Terre Haute, and Indianapolis).

  3. Fantastic video – thank you for this! There are some odd ways the locals have of pronouncing the names. I believe the local pronunciation of New Madrid is MAHD-rid, with the stress on the first syllable, rather than the second as in the pronunciation of the capital of Spain. Terre Haute is Ter-HOAT, etc. However, this is a minor matter and doesn't detract from your very welcome and well done historical video.

  4. The arrogance of these Europeans to invade a land, plant a flag and claim it as theirs. The territory encompassing the Louisiana Purchase wasn’t France’s to sell in the first place.

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