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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Indiana, (search)
n in council at Vincennes......Oct. 26, 1809 An act for the introduction of negroes and mulattoes into the Territory of Indiana, approved Sept. 17, 1807: repealed......Dec. 4, 1810 Property qualification for voters abolished by Congress......March 3, 1811 Fort Harrison, on the Wabash, near the site of Terre Haute, completed......Oct. 28, 1811 Battle of Tippecanoe; a sudden attack before sunrise of Indians under the Prophet, a brother of Tecumseh, on General Harrison's camp at Burnet's Creek, about 7 miles northeast from Lafayette, in Tippecanoe county. Loss to the Americans, thirty-seven killed, 151 wounded. Indians defeated......Nov. 7, 1811 Prophetstown, deserted by the Prophet, is destroyed together with a quantity of corn......Nov. 8, 1811 One man and twenty-one women and children massacred at the Pigeon Roost settlement, Scott county, by Shawnee Indians......Sept. 3, 1812 Night attack of Indians on Fort Harrison successfully resisted by the garrison under Ca