Battle of the Thames and the death of Tecumseh, by the Kentucky mounted volunteers led by Colonel Richard M. Johnson, 5th Oct. 1813
Print shows the battle of Thames with Colonel Richard M. Johnson and the Kentucky volunteers on the left engaged in battle with Tecumseh and his Native troops. Prominent figures, including Col. Richard M. Johnson, Tecumseh, the Prophet, James Mason, and Major Suggett, are numbered in the print, which includes a corresponding key printed below.
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Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1833 by Wm. Emmons in the Clerks Office of the Des. Ct. of the S. D. of N.Y.
Includes a note: N.B. For a general account of the battle read the biography recently published in New York.
See: Authentic biography of Col. Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky / William Emmons. Boston : Pub. for the proprietor, 1834.
Exhibited: "Perry's Victory : The Battle of Lake Erie" at the Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, August 2013 - Nov. 2013.