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3 W ARM U P The Treaty of Paris gave the United States all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains to the Mississippi. L 10 How should the United States handle these new lands? Divide? Settle? Add as colonies? Add as new states? Govern? Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments Native Inhabitants?

4 L EARNING T ARGETS:  I can explain the importance of the Northwest Ordinance to the growth of the United States. 11 R  I can explain how government documents express the values of the society. Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments  I can list the two main areas the states quarreled over.

5  Northwest Territory  Northwest Ordinance VOCAB Key Vocabulary to add to Flashcard List (6-7) Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments

6 Open the textbook to page 146, Section R How to divide the new lands? How to govern the new lands? Why is this important? How to develop the western lands the Confederation Congress now controlled? R EADING N OTES Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments What were two areas the states fought over? taxes on goods that crossed state borders boundaries

7  How to divide the new lands? How to develop the western lands the Confederation Congress now controlled? Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments

8 Which of the original 13 states had Western land claims? To what geographic feature did the Western land claims extend? Virginia New York Massachusetts Connecticut Mississippi River North Carolina South Carolina Georgia New Hampshire Interpreting a Map Page 207 L 10 Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments

9  How to divide the new lands?  The new land would not be added to existing states but the original 13 states had to give up their claims to the western lands.  The new land would not be colonies of the United States.  Surveyors stake out six-mile-square plots called townships. How to develop the western lands the Confederation Congress now controlled? Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments

10 How to develop the western lands the Confederation Congress now controlled?  How to govern the new lands?  As the territory grew in population, it would gain rights of self-government. When 5,000 free adult males lived in the territory, the territory could elect an assembly When the population was 60,000, the territory could apply for statehood Slavery was outlawed NORTH of the Ohio River Rivers were open to all for navigation Freedom of religion and trial by jury were guaranteed Native Americans were to be treated fairly and their lands not taken from them Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments

11 How to develop the western lands the Confederation Congress now controlled?  Why is this important?  Set a pattern for the orderly growth of the United States. Established how the United States would expand westward across North America by the admission of new states rather than the expansion of the existing states. Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments

12 W RAP U P Make a timeline showing the steps toward statehood. L 10 Surveyors stake out townships (six-mile-square plots) 5,000 free adult males, could elect an assembly 60,000 people, they could apply to become a new state As the population of a territory grows, it would gain more rights in self government. Lesson 5: Early Quarrels and Accomplishments


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