Alright, and we’ll leave the Native posts there too.
Yep. We'll let you stay here.
American settlers continued to skirmish with the British supported Natives, so the US sent two military expeditions to end the unrest. They both failed.
Can I trust you to be my new general after your successes in the war?
Two years after Washington hired Wayne, he gathered his troops and decisively defeated the Native confederation made up of the Miami, Shawnee, and Lenape tribes, at the Battle of Fallen Timbers.
The proceeding Treaty of Greenville (which was signed a year later) made the Natives cede much of present-day Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan. Wayne, as a personal prize (after his death), eventually got many towns named after him, the biggest of which is Fort Wayne, Indiana.