Fallen Timbers

Fallen Timbers
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  • Treaty Signing
  • Native Americans Gather
  • Facing Defeat
  • After the revolutionary war, a treaty was signed, according to which Great Britain ceded the lands over the Appalachian Mountains as far west as the Mississippi River, to the new, independent United States.
  • Attaching the Supply Train
  • In 1970, the Native Americans gather, overtime they conduct raids to discourage American settlement
  • Battle of the Fallen Timbers
  • To deal with the threat, Washington appointed General Josiah Harmar to attack Shawnee and Miami lands. In October 1970, Harmar faced defeat after fighting two battles against the Native Americans and British.
  • Aftermath
  • In the summer of 1794, a troop that attached the supply train leaving Fort Recovery, headed for Fort Greene Ville which was led by Little Turtle, when they attacked many white Americans were killed or captured in this attack. 
  • Finally Wayne decided to move towards the Maumee River, the Confederacy prepared to attack the army in an area known as Fallen Timbers.  The Indians used fallen trees as a covering, but Wayne's men quickly drove them out of the battlefield.
  • By the end of the battle, Wayne lost 33 of his men and 100 others were wounded. The victory of the US at Fallen Timbers led to the Treaty of Greenville in 1795, which ended the conflict and removed all Confederacy claims to Ohio and the surrounding lands.
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