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  • Northwest Territory - conflict with Indians
  • The Conflicts that Happened
  • Good Job Everybody
  • Battle of  Fallen Timbers
  • The Native Americans got supplied with guns from the British. Native Americans then went into war. Chief Little Turtle defeated U.S forces under General Harmar. Then in 1791 Native Americans defeated General St. Clair’s troops.
  • Treaty of Greenville
  • In 1792 President Washington gave General Anthony Wayne command of the army. Wayne moved north and created Fort Greenville then built additional forts for protection and to have supplies when they needed them. Native Americans attacked a supply train so Wayne’s troop responded by attacking Native American towns and crops. The British no longer supported the Native Americans after the defeat. Little Turtle realized they were outmatched and urged his people to seek peace.
  • Whiskey Rebellion
  • This is so unfair why is there a tax on whiskey and we can't afford the tax.
  • Yeah I feel like they're picking on us
  • On August 20th, 1794, Native Americans fought Wayne’s troops. The Native Americans get defeated. Wayne’s forces burned Indians’ villages and fields so the strength of Indian forces in the region was broken.
  • End of Whiskey Rebellion
  • In August 1795, Native American leaders signed the Treaty of Greenville. This treaty let the United States claim most of the Indian lands in the Northwest Territory. The treaty also guaranteed the safety of the citizens there. The North Americans got $20,000 worth of goods and an acknowledgment of their claim to the lands they still held.
  • There is a tax for whiskey
  • Congress passed a tax on American-made whiskey. The tax was part of Hamilton’s plan to help pay the federal debt. He was also testing the government's power. The farmers argued they cannot afford the tax. The people who were against the tax were mad. They were called the rebels.
  • George Washington was worried that the people were going against the federal government so he walked over to Pennsylvania with his army. By then all the rebel were gone and the Whiskey Rebellion was finished without a fight.
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