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Hailey Lewis AP United States History Mr. Williams 2 November 2020 Evaluate the extent of change in the United States foreign policy in the period 1783 to 1828 The United States became its own country and declared independence in 1776. As their own nation, the United States would need to establish foreign policy. This will allow them to have a way to deal with foreign nations to help improve relationships and prosper and flourish as their own independent country. Foreign policy has changed over the period 1783-1828 as it has created more land treaties, became more open to trade, and allowed for more alliances and peace, with foreign nations over time. Over time the United States has made land policies with foreign nations, especially the Indian tribes that resided in the Americas during the time period. The Treaty of Greenville is a land treaty between the United States and the Indian tribes of the Wyandots, Delawares, Shawnees, Ottawas, Chippewas, Potawatomis, Miamis, Eel Rivers, Weas, Kickapoos, Piankashaws, and Kaskaskias. This document states peace between the tribes and the United States as well as clearing up any confusion about the boundaries set in 1783 as well as stating what should happen if the Native Americans should decide to sell part of their territory. Over the 45 year period between 1783 and 1828, the United States has created foreign policies with nations colonizing the Americas during the time period as well as the Native American tribes inhabiting the land. Document 2 is sections of the Treaty of Greenville. This

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