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|description=Peace-pipe tomahawk is made of iron and curly maple with two silver bands and two silver oval inscription plates engraved with "Tecumshe 1807" on one end and initials "TW" on the other. Given to Thomas Worthington by Chief Tecumseh when he visited Adena in the fall of 1807.
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|description=Peace-pipe tomahawk is made of iron and curly maple with two silver bands and two silver oval inscription plates engraved with "Tecumseh 1807" on one end and initials "TW" on the other. Given to Thomas Worthington by Chief Tecumseh when he visited Adena in the fall of 1807.
 
|date=8/21/2005 18:03
 
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|source=The Ohio Historical Society OHS 11634
 
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Peace-pipe tomahawk is made of iron and curly maple with two silver bands and two silver oval inscription plates engraved with "Tecumseh 1807" on one end and initials "TW" on the other. Given to Thomas Worthington by Chief Tecumseh when he visited Adena in the fall of 1807.

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