washingtons presidency
Updated: 2/15/2021
washingtons presidency

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  • Pinckney's Treaty
  • Yes, it is settled.
  • So now its' settled we share the Mississippi river and other no-tax land.
  • Northwest Territory
  • Battle of Fallen Timbers
  • Pinckney’s treaty was an agreement between the U.S and Spain. It was issued to help fix land boundaries, and resulted in the u.s citizens getting to use the Mississippi river, no-tax deposits and each side agreed to restrain native Americans within each others borders to prevent attacks.
  • Treaty of Greenville
  • This treaty represents peace for land between these two countries.
  • Yes and it will hopefully last
  • At the Northwest Territory the native troops were angry at the British for going into their territories and killed many British settlers out of the Northwest Territory
  • Whiskey Rebellion
  • The battle of fallen timbers is a battle with the Indians for land.
  • Washington's Farewell
  • The treaty was to bring peace with the Indians for land.
  • The whiskey rebellion was a protest against the tax of whiskey. It lasted six months and the outcome was a federal law upon taxing whiskey.
  • Washington’s farewell was a letter written by President George Washington to his fellow friends, family, and citizens. Talking about relationships with what he called “foreign entanglements”.