4 edition of The Old Northwest found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-214) and index.
|Statement||Yale University Press|
|Publishers||Yale University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|2||Chronicles of America series -- v. 19|
nodata File Size: 4MB.
Many of the confederation leaders were considering terms of peace to present to the United States, but when they received news of Wilkinson's raid, they readied for war. : 292—293 Wayne departed Fort Recovery the next day. The Victory with No Name. A gateway trading post developed as the town ofwhich was a key outfitting center west of the mountains. Jefferson's hammer: William Henry Harrison and the origins of American Indian policy University of Oklahoma Press, 2012• When Major Campbell asked the meaning of the encampment, Wayne replied that the answer had already been given by the sound of their muskets and the retreat of the Indians.
Johnson, SFONT Chair, at Downloads• Numerous Native American peoples inhabited this region, known to the United States as the Ohio Country and the Illinois Country. The Myaamia Project, created The Old Northwest 2001, is a tribal initiative to advance the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma's language and culture.
On November 1, 1798, it was split into the four townships of Detroit, Hamtramck, Mackinaw, and Sargent. New York: Oxford University Press. Key figures [ ] Brigadier General• The campaign was abandoned after the death of Lenape leader. The Legion's cavalry secured the right along the Maumee River.
claims to any lands above the Ohio since they were based on treaties made with nations that did not live there, and with money that had no value The Old Northwest the Native tribes. "Elements of Culture in the Old Northwest.
On 19 October, a scouting party of about 400 mixed forces under the command of Colonel was lured into an ambush near the village oflosing 129 soldiers in one of two defeats that has been called. Fierce battles occurred around some of these but none of Wayne's forts were ever taken by the Native Americans. : 211 That same year, the placed the lands between the Ohio River and Great Lakes under the jurisdiction of.
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Other wagon roads, such as the surmounting the in central Pennsylvania, or trails along the in New York, enabled a steady stream of settlers to reach the near west and the lands bordering the Mississippi.
Elkins, Stanley, and Eric McKitrick.