What does tippecanoe mean?

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Tippecanoe is a nickname that ninth U.S. President William Henry Harrison got after he, as Governor of the Indiana Territory, and 1000 troops defeated an army of Shawnee Native Americans near the juncture of the Tippecanoe and Wabash Rivers in 1811.

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What did William Harrisons campaign slogan tippecanoe and tyler mean?

Tippecanoe was the site of a major battle with the Indians that was won by Harrison. Tyler was his running mate, John Tyler.

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He became known as "Old Tippecanoe" after the winning the Battle of Tippecanoe against the Shawnee Indians where the Tippecanoe River joins the Wabash in Indiana on November 7, 1811.

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Battle of Tippecanoe happened on 1811-11-07.

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Tippecanoe County Courthouse was created in 1884.

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When was Tippecanoe River State Park created?

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