Tecumseh is famous in American history for __________.
A)organizing the Shawnee and Creek Tribes into a fighting force that defeated the American army at the Battle of Thames
B)organizing the Shawnee and Creek Tribes into a fighting force that defeated the British Army at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend
C)organizing the Shawnee and Creek Tribes into a fighting force against the American Army and fighting with the British Army against the American Army during the War of 1812
D)making many peace treaties with the American government
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During the War of 1812, Tecumseh's confederacy allied with the British and helped in the capture of Fort Detroit. Prior to the raid, Chief Tecumseh delivered a powerful speech upon a rock that is preserved to this day at Fort Malden. After the U.S. Navy took control of Lake Erie in 1813, the Native Americans and British retreated. American forces caught them at the Battle of the Thames, and killed Tecumseh in October 1813. With his death, his confederation disintegrated, and the Native Americans had to move west again, yet Tecumseh became an iconic folk hero in American, Aboriginal and Canadian history