Union of the Western Indians

Union of the Western Indians



Valley of the Genesee

Valley of the Genesee



Witchcraft–Case of Tom. Jemmy

The Trial of Red Jacket

In the spring of 1821, a man belonging to Red Jacket’s tribe, fell into a languishing condition, and after lingering for some time, unable to obtain relief, died. The “medicine men” were unable to divine the cause of his malady; the circumstances of his sickness and death, were thought to be very peculiar, and his



Expedition to the Indian country under General St. Clair

Expedition to the Indian country under General St. Clair



Tecumseh and Indian Confederation

Tecumseh and Indian Confederation



Personal characteristics

Personal characteristics



Change in Red Jacket’s Views

Change in Red Jacket’s Views



Red Jacket or SA-GO-YE-WAT-HA

Red Jacket or SA-GO-YE-WAT-HA



United States Claims to Indian Land

United States Claims to Indian Land



How Red Jacket Got His Name

How Red Jacket Got His Name



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