Tecumseh Baseball | Tecumseh Historical Museum
Gold Found in River Raisin! September 7, 1967 Tecumseh Herald: There is gold…. July 21st, 1888 "Hints for Housewives". Printed in the Tecumseh Herald Hints for Housewives :…. Tecumseh's University of Michigan Branch. The branch was located in Tecumseh from 1838-1851.….
City of Tecumseh | Tecumseh Historical Museum
Water power furnished by the River Raisin and a nearby creek, rich soil, and an ample supply of timber among the “oak openings,” a natural clearing in the forest, Tecumseh was a carefully planned settlement. Named for a great Shawnee Indian Chief as a sign of respect, the settlement and growing town continued to name its streets after Native American groups or pioneer settlers. He is still admired to this day for standing up for his people and trying to unite them to save their lands. In 1907, the Tecums...