Battle Ground, IN Summer Camps

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Camp Tecumseh Ymca
Brookston, IN 47923  
Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses
 
 
Nike Tennis Camp At Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN  
 
 
Gifted Education Resource Institute
West Lafayette, IN  
Academic and Pre-College Camps: Gifted
 
 
Purdue Boys And Girls Golf Camps
West Lafayette, IN  
Sports Camps: Golf
 
 
Purdue Comet
Lafayette, IN  
Adventure Camps: Environmental
 

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About Battle Ground, IN

Battle Ground is a town in Tippecanoe Township, Tippecanoe County in the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 1,334 at the 2010 census. It is near the site of the Battle of Tippecanoe. In the late summer and fall of 1811, William Henry Harrison, then Governor of the Indiana Territory, organized a military expedition against the increasing menace of the federation of Indian tribes being formed by the Shawnee brothers and chiefs, Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa, also known as the Prophet. With their community of Prophetstown as his objective, General Harrison marched from Vincennes, Indiana, at the head of a small army of about one thousand men. General Harrison met with representatives of the Prophet on November 6, 1811, when he arrived at Prophetstown. He presented demands in the name of his government. General Harrison was to meet with the Prophet and his council the next day about the demands of the government. General Harrison set up his encampment on a ridge about a mile northwest of Prophet’s Town. Fear ing a surprise attack by the Prophet's forces, General Harrison placed his troops in battle formation, instructed his men to sleep fully clothed, and assigned a large detail of men for sentinel duty. On the morning of November 7, 1811, after 4 o’clock AM, the camp was attacked by the Prophet. After a fierce battle, General Harrison and his army...