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Some FAMOUS TOMAHAWKS

The pipe axe of Meriwether Lewis

Courtesy of Ryan Johnson

Pipe axe inscribed
 Red Cloud
Chief  
Ogalalla Sioux
In the Peabody museum
Courtesy of Manny Montoro

Daniel's brother Squire Boone's
pipe tomahawk
Courtesy of Jim Dressler

Spontoon pipe axe of Cornplanter.
Seneca Chief.
Courtesy of Jim Dressler


A pipe tomahawk  bearing the inscription "Tecumseh 1807." Beautiful weapon with silver inlay was presented to Thomas Worthington by the Shawnee chief Tecumseh.

From the collections of the Ohio Historical Society



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