- Peter Chartier (1690–1759), also known as Wacanackshina, French-Canadian-Shawnee who opposed the sale of alcohol in Shawnee communities and fought on the side of the French in the French and Indian War.
- Cornstalk (1720–1777), led the Shawnee in Dunmore's War of 1774.
- Nonhelema (1720–1786), sister of Cornstalk, helped compile the dictionary for the Shawnee language.
- Blue Jacket (1743–1810), also known as Weyapiersenwah, a leader in the Northwest Indian War and important predecessor to Tecumseh.
- George Drouillard (1773–1810), scout on Lewis and Clark expedition
- Black Hoof (1740–1831), also known as Catecahassa, respected Shawnee chief who believed his people needed to adapt to European-American culture to survive.
- Chiksika (1760–1792), Kispoko war chief and older brother of Tecumseh
- Tecumseh (1768–1813), Shawnee leader; with his brother Tenskwatawa attempted to unite tribes west of the Appalachians against the expansion of European-American settlement.
- Tenskwatawa (1775–1836), Shawnee prophet and younger brother of Tecumseh
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