A SHORT CHRONOLOGY
The War of 1812 in the Northwest
1813--HARRISON'S FINAL MARCH, VICTORY AT THE THAMES, October 5-October 10.
1813, October 5. Harrison's army catches up with that of Procter at
Moravian Town on the Thames River. Procter is decisively
defeated. Tecumseh is killed, and the war in the Northwest is over.
Casualties were reported as: 12 killed and 22 wounded for the British;
7 killed and 22 wounded (5 of whom later died) for the United States.
Thirty-three Indians are found dead on the field.
1813, October 10. All troops of Harrison's army are back in Sandwich.
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