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Old Northwest

Old Northwest

n
(Placename) (in the early US) the land between the Great Lakes, the Mississippi, and the Ohio River. Awarded to the US in 1783, it was organized into the Northwest Territory in 1787 and now forms the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and part of Minnesota. See also Northwest Territory
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This well-crafted volume draws on many primary and secondary sources and enriches Lincoln studies and the legal history of the Old Northwest.
R opened again the old Northwest maintenance base back in November of 2012.
The essays in this collection examine the cultural evolution of Native American tribes in the Old Northwest as well as interactions with other cultures such as the French and the Quakers.
English and French explorers, colonists, and missionaries in New England, Canada, and what would later become known as the Old Northwest, left extensive accounts of their encounters with native people and detailed descriptions of the region.
Its limestone walls and batteries commanded the rivers below and it was a symbol of the United States' sovereignty and power in the Old Northwest, an "American Gibraltar.
Delta has pulled down the old Northwest signs and replaced them with the Delta logos across the main terminal.
Finally a publisher has the foresight to republish this landmark study of the French Regime in Wisconsin and the old Northwest as told from a "western" point of view.
They cover a prodigious amount of travel: while his compatriots were fighting the war, Cooke drove through (or on his second tour, took public transport through) the Northeast, Washington, the South, the West, the plains states and the old Northwest.
The Indiana Historical Society actively collects, preserves and provides public access to the largest collection of materials relating to Indiana and the Old Northwest Territory Our collections include 1.
It quickly became a simple choice for the British: Either fight or abandon Fort Malden and the Old Northwest.
At the conclusion of the War for Independence, he tried to interest George Rogers Clark, famous for his exploits in the Old Northwest during the war, in leading an expedition to the Pacific.
It is made of two narrow strips of otter fur, to which are attached six dragon side plates off of the old Northwest trade guns.