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In the early 19th century, the Shawnee chief Tecumseh and his brother, Tenskwatawa (The Prophet), created a united Native American force with which they hoped to drive European settlers back south of the Ohio River. The capital of this Indian confederacy was located at Prophetstown, Indiana, where more than 1,000 warriors met and trained for battle.
This sculpture depicts a standing figure with his arms extended. He is wearing a robe with wavy lines resembling water or air. There are beads and
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