On this episode we’re neck deep within the murky waters of American identification – we’re peering into the lifetime of the Shawnee chief, Tecumseh. I wish to perceive his social and political context, the foundations of what constructed him, whereas attempting to grasp the extraordinary management of the person whose title means “a panther crossing the sky.” He was a hunter, a warrior, and an distinctive orator. He was a revolutionary chief who was a genius. Although he was thought of an enemy of the USA, his legacy was grafted into our nationwide character, and I consider he’s an American hero. On this collection we’re going to listen to from the present Chief of the Shawnee Nation, Ben Barnes, New York Occasions Greatest Promoting writer, Robert Morgan, acclaimed historian and writer, Peter Cozzens, and Native American historian, Dr. Dave Edmunds. In all my work on this-here Bear Grease podcast, I don’t suppose I’ve ever needed to dig as deep into American’s boneyard to get the products. I actually doubt, you’re going to wish to miss this one…

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