This is about Chapter 7 in our American History class.
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4-This was a treaty that gave the United States claim to most Indian lands in the Northwest Territory. In exchange Native Americans got $200,000. The significance of this was that now Americans have more land to settle in.
5- This rebellion was when the farmers rebelled because the governement was charging taxes on the whiskey they made. This was important to the US HIstory because this showed the farmers that they need to understand that the constitution has the right to enforce and pass taxes.
3-This stated that the United States would not take sides with any European countries. Now, European countries especially France, are angry because the US won't help them fight in their war. The significance of the Neutrality Proclamation was that now America doesn't have to spend more money on wars of other countries
1- George Washington was the General in the American Revolution. He was also the first president in the US. George Washington was a very important man to the US History because he lead our nation to a war, and because of him we won.
2-This act created three levels of federal courts and defined their powers and relationship to the courts. This is significant to the US history because now the US governement has three federal courts that make our government more functional.