How was The Battle of Fallen Timbers important to Ohio's history?





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The Battle of Fallen Timbers

Introduction
The Battle of Fallen Timbers was the final battle of the Northwest Indian War. It was a struggle between Native American tribes and The United States (Anthony Wayne and his army).

What is the Battle?
The Battle of Fallen timbers was a battle between Native Americans and The United States. They were battling for the land Northwest of the Maumee river because they both wanted more space and territory. Native Americans were allies with the British. They were fighting together just like in The Revolutionary War, The French and Indian War, and The War of 1812. Although the Native Americans had the British, Anthony Wayne and his army still managed to win the battle.

How the Battle is Important to Ohio’s History
The Battle of Fallen Timbers was important to Ohio history because many of the Native American warriors were defeated in the battle. This battle was an important victory for the U.S Army against Native Americans in the Northwest Territory. The Indians had to give up most of Ohio, and parts of Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan. This opened up the way for the American settlers to move to Ohio and the Northwest Territory.
Conclusion
This battle was an important victory for the United States army they now had several victories and a lot of confidence.

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