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The first governor of the Northwest Territory.
Arthur St. Clair
The battle fought between the British and the Americans over the control of the fur trade
War of 1812
A list of rules written by representatives of the Ohio Company for the first settlement posted on the trunk of a large tree
A group of people who share similar ideas about government
Two effects of the Battle of Fallen Timbers
Native Americans retreated which lost them land, The Treaty of Greenville
Anthony Wayne defeated Native Americans in this battle
The Battle of Fallen Timbers
The general whose army of volunteers retreated when attacked by Native Americans
laws written for the Northwest Territory
Two causes of the Battle of Fallen Timbers
Native Americans and Americans were fighting over land, Native Americans defeated Harmar’s troops and St. Clair’s troops
Three punishments for breaking a law in the Northwest Territory
Whipped, pay a fine, banished, do work around the city
Native American leader who organized Tribes from all over North America to try and win back Indian hunting grounds
The first governor of Ohio
Allowed the people of Ohio to take the final step to statehood even without the required number of people
The power of the executive branch to prevent a bill from becoming a law
The law passed by Congress which forced most Native Americans to move to lands west of the Mississippi River
Indian Removal Act
Led the attack that later was called St. Clair’s Defeat
Little Turtle and Blue Jacket
Was signed at a peace conference by American leaders and Native American leaders allowing the Native Americans to live only in Northwest Ohio
Treaty of Greenville
A government in which people elect their leaders
The areas set aside by the government for the Native Americans in the black swamp region of Northwestern Ohio
What the Treaty of Fort Harmar did
The Treaty of Fort Harmar divided the Northwest Territory into two parts, one for the settlers and one for the Native Americans
A center for government for a territory, state, or country
A count of the population
A group united for a common purpose
Believed ordinary people should be a part of government
Believed that the frontier people who were poor and poorly educated could not govern themselves and only the rich should be part of the government
The governor of the Indiana Territory
William Henry Harrison
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