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rhetorical criticism of Tecumseh"s reply to Governor Harrison on August 20, 1810

William Timothy Hunter

rhetorical criticism of Tecumseh"s reply to Governor Harrison on August 20, 1810

by William Timothy Hunter

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tecumseh, -- Shawnee Chief, -- 1768-1813,
  • Harrison, William Henry, -- 1773-1841,
  • Shawnee Indians -- Government relations

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Timothy Hunter
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 leaves ;
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14976333M

    Home William Henry Harrison Papers and Documents, M_BOX1_FOLDER17_TECUMSEH_SPEECH__ Reference URL Share. MLA Format. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection, The New York Public Library. "Council between Tecumseh and General William Henry Harrison, August ".

    I have made myself what I am. And I would that I could make the red people as great as the conceptions of my own mind, when I think of the Great Spirit that rules over us all. I would not then come to Governor Harrison to ask him to tear up the treaty [the Treaty of Greenville, which gave the United States parts of the Northwest Territory]. The American Indian Tecumseh (ca. ), Shawnee chief, originated and led an Indian confederation against the encroaching white settlers in the old Northwest Territory. He was an ally of the British during the War of According to tribal tradition, Tecumseh or Tecumtha, was born about March near what is now Springfield, Ohio. His father.

    A collection of quotes and thoughts by Tecumseh on death, speech poem, book, poster, war, life, strength, tribe, patriotism, warrior, respect, fear and courage. 37 Notable Quotes By Tecumseh That Will Instil A Never Say Die Attitude. Famous As: Native American Leader. Born On: Enjoy the best Tecumseh Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Tecumseh, Leader, Born Share with your friends.


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Rhetorical criticism of Tecumseh"s reply to Governor Harrison on August 20, 1810 by William Timothy Hunter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Home Nineteen's 19 Tecumseh's Speech to Governor Harrison, 20 August (page rhetorical criticism of Tecumsehs reply to Governor Harrison on August 20 Reference URL Share. Comment Rate. Save to favorites.

To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document Order Book of the U.S. District Court for the District of Indiana: William Henry Harrison Papers and Documents, 1 Speech to Governor William Harrison, 2 By Chief Tecumseh, of Aug 3 (Excerpted) 4 Brother, I wish you to give me close attention, because I think you do not clearly understand.

I want5 to speak to you about promises that the Americans have made. 6 You recall the time when the Jesus Indians of the Delawares lived near the 7 Americans, and had confidence in their promises of File Size: KB.

Brother, I wish you to listen carefully, as I do not think you understand what I so often have told you. Brother, since the peace was made you have killed some of the Shawanoes, the Winnebagos, the Delawares and the Miamis, and have taken our lands. Subject: Tecumseh's speech to William Henry Harrison Sun pm Tecumseh's Speech To Governor Wm.

Harrison, Indiana Territory - Aug "Brother, I wish you to give me close attention, because I think you do not clearly understand. Here, Shawnee warrior Tecumseh met with Indiana Territory Governor William Henry Harrison in August and July Tecumseh spoke for a growing confederacy of American Indians led by his brother Tenskwatawa (The Prophet); he denounced Treaty at Fort Wayne in which U.S.

government continued policy of taking Indian lands by treaties. Tecumseh to Governor Harrison at Vincennes by The Shawnee Chief Tecumseh.

America: I. Vol. VIII. Bryan, William Jennings, ed. The World's Famous Orations. Tecumseh, also spelled Tecumthe, Tikamthe, or Tecumtha, (bornsoutheast of Old Chillicothe [north of modern Xenia, Ohio, U.S.]—died October 5,near Thames River, Upper Canada [now in Ontario, Canada]), Shawnee Indian chief, orator, military leader, and advocate of intertribal Indian alliance who directed Indian resistance to white rule in the Ohio River valley.

PURPOSE: To make it evident that Tecumseh and other Native Americans are not pleased with the U.S. taking their land and to warn Harrison of the possible consequences to follow. He attempts to persuade Harrison to return the land. Section 1: Tecumseh is demanding Harrison's.

And I would that I could make the red people as great as the conceptions of my own mind, when I think of the Great Spirit that rules over us all.

I would not then come to Governor Harrison to ask him to tear up the treaty [the Treaty of Greenville, which gave the United States parts of the Northwest Territory].

In August ofthe great Shawnee leader Tecumseh met William Henry Harrison, then governor of the territory of Indiana, at the governor's mansion in Vincennes, 1ndiana.l The two leaders came together to discuss a disagreement about a recently signed treaty that.

READ MORE: Native American History Timeline On this day inTecumseh began a concerted campaign to persuade the tribes of the Old Northwest and Deep South to unite and resist.

Tecumseh's Speech to Governor Harrison, 20 August Book Sources: Chief Tecumseh A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library. Click the title for location and availability information. Off campus access instructions (for e-books) Great. (Tecumseh, Letter to governor William Henry Harrison) Tecumseh objected to the treaty selling indian land because he thought no individual or single tribe had the right to sell the land (picture virtual representation, ) the image above can best be seen as depicting.

Rhetorical criticism is an epistemology or way of knowing many scholars find effective in coming to an understanding about the communication process and the artifact under study.

(An artifact or text is simply the thing that the critic wants to learn about. Artifacts can be, for example, speeches, songs, sermons, films or works of art.). Shawnee Chief Tecumseh Address to General William Henry Harrison probably delivered inat Vincennes in the Indiana Territory Houses are built for you to hold councils in.

Indians hold theirs in the open air. I am a Shawnee. My forefathers were warriors. Their son is a warrior. From them I take my only existence. From my tribe I take nothing. Tecumseh's Speech to Governor William Henry Harrison, Indiana Territory, Aug ; Work Sheet on the Tecumseh speech to William Henry Harrison.

Procedures: The lesson will begin by having the teacher play a small segment of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Tecumseh to William Henry Harrison, Aug Copy of speech and postscript.

Contributor Names Harrison, William Henry (Addressee) Tecumseh Created / Published Aug Subject Headings. Manuscript/Mixed Material Tecumseh to William Henry Harrison, Aug Copy of speech and postscript. Copy of speech and postscript. Enlarge View 8. TECUMSEH'S SPEECH OF AUG TO GOVERNOR WILLIAM HARRISON, INDIANA TERRITORY.

Tecumseh and William Henry Harrison engage in one of their more acrimonious debates concerning the legitimacy of Harrison's land purchases. While Tecumseh strongly believed that the United States should not be given any more Native American territory, Harrison. Tecumseh's Speech to the Osages (Winter ) One of the great figures of early Native resistance to colonization was Tecumseh, a Shawnee leader, who earned a reputation for his skills in fighting white settlers and militias in the Midwest.

Harrison suspected that he was behind attempts to start an uprising, and feared that if he was able to achieve a larger tribal federation, the British would take advantage of the situation to press their claims to the Northwest. In August Tecumseh and armed warriors traveled down the Wabash River to meet with Harrison in Vincennes.22 AugustVincennes.

Describes his meetings between 12 and 21 Aug. with the brother of the Prophet, Tecumseh, who is “the great man of the Party.” Tecumseh’s early speeches were “sufficiently insolent & his pretensions arrogant,” but Harrison encloses in full his speech of 20 Aug.

as it was recorded by an interpreter who.Harrison, William Henry, Vincennes, to William Eustis, Secretary of War Wells, William, Fort Wayne, to William Henry Harrison, Governor of Indiana Territory This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S.

Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Indiana State Library.