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Excerpt from The Treaty of Greenville: Being an Official Account of the Same, Together With the Expeditions of Gen. Arthur St. Clair and Gen. Anthony Wayne
The approach of the Centennial Anniversary of the Treaty of Greenville, and the want of a convenient, authen tic account of this important bit of local and national history, explain, in part, the appearance of this work. In order to give a clear and comprehensive idea of the significance of this event, a sketch of the previous history of the territory affected thereby is incorporated.
The quotations, except where noted, are from the American State Papers, Vol. I, of Indian Affairs.
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