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1.Our Rich History: Treaty of Fort Finney, Ohio, 1786; though Ohio Valley sees all-out war until 1794

Stites fell in love with the land between the Miamis and resolved to start a settlement ... the treaty for Southwest Ohio as conquerors. To emphasize this point, they sent the most feared and ...

From : Northern Kentucky Tribune

2.Broken US-Indigenous treaties: A timeline

forcing the Lenape out toward Ohio. Treaty of Fort Stanwix (1784) Weakened by the constant encroachment of white settlers after the Revolutionary War, the Iroquois Confederacy was forced to cede ...

From : The Telegraph

3.Indian removal

Most white Americans thought ... They signed a treaty in March, 1832, which opened a large portion of their Alabama land to white settlement, but guaranteed them protected ownership of the ...

From : PBS

Wikipedia sayings about which treaty opened most of ohio to white settlers?

1.Marietta, Ohio

tracts of land to stimulate development in this area. Marietta was founded by settlers from New England who were investors in the Ohio Company of Associates, Ohio


and Ohio River. He became involved in the Western Confederacy of mostly Algonquian-speaking peoples, who were seeking to repel American settlers. The