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Battle of the Thames order of battle William Henry Harrison's force numbered at least 3, infantry and cavalry. He had a small detachment of regulars from the 27th U. Infantry and five brigades of Kentucky militia led by Isaac Shelbythe 63 year-old governor of Kentucky and a hero of the American Revolutionary War.
He also had 1, volunteer cavalry under Colonel Richard Mentor Johnson. Most of Johnson's men were from Kentucky, but some were from the River Raisin area of Michigan, all of them spurred on by the slogan " Remember the River Raisin. The veterans of the regiment's 1st Battalion had been serving in Upper Canada since the start of the war and had suffered heavy casualties in several engagements inincluding the Battle of Lake Erie, where more than of its men had served aboard Barclay's ships.
They had been reinforced by the young soldiers of the 2nd Battalion. Most of the regiment's officers were dissatisfied with Procter's leadership, but Colonel Warburton, the next in seniority, refused to countenance any move to remove him from command.
Tecumseh and Roundhead led about Indians. Battle[ edit ] Procter ordered his troops to abandon their half-cooked breakfast and retreat a further two miles shortly after daybreak on October 5, then formed them into line of battle with a single 6-pounder cannon.
He planned to trap Harrison on the banks of the Thames, driving the Americans off the road with cannon fire, but he had made no attempt to fortify the position by creating abatis or throwing up earthworks, and the ground presented no obstacle to the American horsemen, while scattered trees masked the British fire.
Tecumseh's men formed a line in a black ash swamp on the British right to flank the Americans. Tecumseh rode along the British line, shaking hands with each officer before rejoining his warriors.
Young of the forces arrayed in the battle General Harrison surveyed the battlefield and ordered James Johnson brother of Richard Mentor Johnson to make a frontal attack on the British regulars with his mounted riflemen.
Despite the Indians' flanking fire, Johnson's Kentuckians broke through, the British cannon not having fired.
The exhausted, dispirited, and half-starved British regulars fired a single ragged fusillade before retreating. Procter and about of his men fled from the battlefield, while the rest of his soldiers threw down their weapons and surrendered. Tecumseh and his followers remained and carried on fighting.
Johnson charged into the Indian position at the head of about 20 horsemen to draw attention away from the main American force, but Tecumseh and his men answered with a volley of musket fire that stopped the cavalry charge.
Fifteen of Johnson's men were killed or wounded Johnson himself was hit five timesand his main force became bogged down in the swamp mud. Tecumseh is believed to have been killed during this fighting. The main force finally made its way through the swamp, and James Johnson's troops were freed from their attack on the British.We’re happy to welcome friend of the Juvenile Instructor, Chris Blythe.
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