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Securing the Northwest Territory

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Alexus McGhee

on 8 February 2016

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Transcript of Securing the Northwest Territory

Securing the Northwest Territory
Washington wanted to secure the Trans-Appalachian West because the port was key to trade. Washington believed that the Northwest area was very important for human resource and such.
CAUSES AND OUTCOMES OF THE BATTLE OF FALLEN TIMBERS
George Washington’s desire to secure victory after earlier defeats
Indian tribes came together to form the Western Confederacy
This Confederacy would show the border between the lands and the U.S.
The cause of the Battle of Fallen Timbers was to put in end to the attacks of Confederacy
Why was there conflict over the West?
How did the Battle of Fallen Timbers affect Native American claims to land?
Why was Washington's treatment of the Whiskey Rebellion important?
There was conflict because of land and who got to claim what part of land.
S.S. GROUP PROJECT CHAPTER 9, SECTION 2
Why did Washington decide to send troops to the Ohio Valley to fight the force led by Little Turtle?
What were the results of the Battle Fallen Timbers for the Native Americans? For the United States?
Why did the British refuse to help the Native Americans?
Your Turn!
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