"Greatest Shawnee leader who ever lived. In many ways, he's considered one of the most honored, not just Shawnee Indian, but any Indian who ever lived," states Glenna Wallace, Shawnee Chief.
The painting symbolizes the end of The War of 1812, when the famous leader sided with the British.
"He was trying to push the colonials out, so that's why they were working with the British to try and eliminate the interlopers into their land. That's the genesis of this photo, that's why he's in the red coat," states Barry Milligan, General Manager.
Artist Doug Hall found the famous leader influential and hopes the painting will inspire others.
"We're a Native American owned casino, and we're very proud of that. The Shawnee Tribe is very proud of the heritage. They've put a lot of that heritage in here, so it's a great deal of inspiration, of historical accuracy," says Milligan.
Chief Glenna Wallace believes the painting symbolizes respect to all tribal citizens. She hopes the painting will remind younger generations where they come from and how much they've achieved.
"They have a future of hope, not a future of lost, but a future of hope, and a future of making a difference in our tribe, in our state, in our community, and in our world," says Chief Wallace.
This year is the bicentennial of the famous leader's death, making the donation even more meaningful to the tribe.