Challenges to a New Nation

Challenges to a New Nation

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  • You will never take this land!
  • FALL BACK!!!
  • We are equal.
  • Native Americans are lesser beings
  • Yes, Mr. President.
  • Let's show those farmers our force. We shall send 13,000 troops to deal with them.
  • This is the first battle of the Northwest territory. The colonists are trying to secure this place, but are losing to the Native Americans and the British.
  • The aristocracy will pay for this!
  • Goodbye, my son.
  • This is a picture of how colonists viewed Native Americans. Most colonists thought that the Native Americans were less than people, thus they treated them poorly.
  • What about a treaty?
  • What do we do to remain neutral in this revolution?
  • The man at the front is George Washington. He has decided to send 15,000 troops to a group of angry farmers. They are angry because Hamilton raised the revenue on whiskey to pay off the northern states debt.
  • I agree. If we do not remain neutral, then we will be attacked and the colonies will be put in danger
  • We have no choice but to  sign a treaty to remain neutral to keep the colonies safe.
  • This is in the middle of The French Revolution. He is being guillotined for going against the aristocracy.
  • France has gone at war with England, Spain, and Holland. George Washington is with his cabinets thinking about what he must do to remain neutral.
  • That sounds like a good idea.
  • Washington has decided to sign a treaty to remain neutral. He says he must do what he can to keep the colonies safe.
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