A Nazi Heinkel He 111 bomber flies over London in the autumn of 1940. The Thames River runs through the image. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)

BOB A Nazi Heinkel He 111 bomber flies over London in the autumn of The Thames River runs through the image.

Marker- Weeping Haserot Angel, Lakeview Cemetery, Cleveland Ohio. photo:  Pat Corrigan. http://www.thefuneralsource.org/cemohcuya-001.html

Francis Haserot Monument aka "Weeping Angel" in Lakeview Cemetery ~ Cleveland Ohio

The War of 1812 was the result of rising tensions between the United States and Great Britain during the early years of the 19th century including the frequent impressment of sailors from American ships, interference with trade, and the belief that the British were encouraging Native American attacks on the frontier.

What Caused the War of 1812?

Defender of the Northwest: General William Henry Harrison: General William Henry Harrison

October 5, 1813: Tecumseh killed at the Battle of Moraviantown. It was the end of the Native American tribal coalition that Tecumseh had led.

Battle of the Thames and the death of Tecumseh by the Kentucky mounted volunteers led by Colonel Richard M.

Battle of the Thames - Wikipedia

Battle of the Thames - Wikipedia

Chief Oshawana or John Naudee (? - after 1836) was Tecumseh's chief warrior at the battle of the River Thames in the War of 1812.  As an Anishnaabe warrior in Tecumseh’s coalition, Oshawana embodies the struggle of Native Americans for their land and their identity. Oshawana continued after the war to negotiate for Native American rights as an Ojibwa chief.

Chief Oshawana or John Naudee (? - after 1836) was Tecumseh's chief warrior at the battle of the River Thames in the War of 1812. As an Anishnaabe warrior in Tecumseh’s coalition, Oshawana embodies the struggle of Native Americans for their land and their identity. Oshawana continued after the war to negotiate for Native American rights as an Ojibwa chief.

Simon Kenton served as scout on the famous 1778 George Rogers Clark expedition to capture Fort Sackville and also fought with "Mad" Anthony Wayne in the Northwest Indian War in 1793-94. Kenton moved to Urbana, Ohio in 1810, and achieved the rank of brigadier general of the Ohio militia. He served in the War of 1812 as both a scout and as leader of a militia group in the Battle of the Thames in 1813. This was the battle in which the famous Indian chief Tecumseh was killed.

Simon Kenton served as scout on the famous 1778 George Rogers Clark expedition…

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