For many moons the Shawanos travelled under the guidance of the man-goat, into whose hands the man-fish had put them, when he retraced his steps to the Great Lake. They came at length to the land which the Shawanos now occupy ... They married the daughters of the land, and their numbers increased till they were so many that no one could count them.
Tecumseh was a leader of the Shawnee tribe. He became a folk hero remembered by many Canadians for his defense of their country in the war of 1812, which both Britain and the United States claimed victory in. An account of his life from Canadian Chronicles, authored by Ethel T. Rayamon.