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The War of 1812 was not just between the United States and Great Britain. It also pitted Native American groups against the rapidly expanding United States. In 1811, future president William Henry Harrison and about 1,000 soldiers marched to the village of Prophetstown, Indiana on the Tippecanoe River. Their was to the Indians into giving up their land. The trip was timed to with the of the great Shawnee warrior Tecumseh, who was away for the resistance. As the Americans camped outside Prophetstown, the Indians attacked. After a long and battle, Harrison and his men forced the Indians into a full-scale . Prophetstown was then burned to the ground. When word reached Tecumseh about the of Prophetstown, he his forces with Great Britain.