Harrison and Tecumseh at Grouseland

This 1906 painting by Stanley M. Arthurs depicts the 1810 council meeting between Indiana Governor William Henry Harrison and Chief Tecumseh at Harrison's home, Grouseland. Tecumseh had come to protest the recent treaties that yielded yet more land to white settlers.

Date:
1810
Original Format:
Painting
Item#:
9.043
Height:
1543px
Width:
1111px
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