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Tecumseh: Speech at Vincennes - PB
Tecumseh: Speech at Vincennes - PB
Tecumseh: Speech at Vincennes - PB
9780778752561 | In Stock
US$9.95
US$9.95
 
A Shawnee warrior and chief, Tecumseh was widely admired as a skilled orator who wanted to unite Indigenous groups in the United States and Canada to prevent the loss of their territory and way of life. This thought-provoking book features his memorable speech in 1810 at Vincennes, to Indiana Governor Harrison to revoke a treaty that took Indigenous lands, and to Indigenous peoples to resist the takeover of their territories. Readers are introduced to the social and political circumstances of the time and an anlysis of text highlights Tecumseh's skill in persuasive writing.

Reading Level: Gr. 6
Interest Level: Gr. 5-9
Guided Reading Level: W
Binding: Paperback
Series: Deconstructing Powerful Speeches
Author(s): Rebecca Sjonger

Format
Size: 8″ × 10″
No. of Pages: 48
Index Included: Yes
Glossary Included: Yes

GRL: W
ATOS: Not available at this time.
Dewey: 977.00400000000002
Lexile: 870L
Copyright: 2019

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