Born overnight during the 1891 Land Run, the town of Tecumseh was named after the famed Shawnee Indian chief and visionary. No trip to Tecumseh is complete without a stop at the Farmer’s Daughter Market. This combination dining and shopping destination offers two eateries, a bakery and two shops containing everything from home decor and gifts to furniture and antiques.

Other Tecumseh attractions include Tecumseh Lake and the Tecumseh Historical Museum, which is housed in a 100-year-old native stone building that has previously spent time as a bank, hat shop and insurance office.


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