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could vote lived in a territory, they could elect their own government to replace the one appointed by Congress. Finally, when the territory had sixty thousand citizens, it could apply for statehood and gain full admittance into the United States. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 disallowed slavery in the territories and kept with the manumission of slaves north of the Ohio River. The Northwest Ordinance also provided very little consideration for the American Indian groups who already lived in the Northwest Territory. Citizens and the government of the United States systematically took land from Native Americans for several decades. 13. What was the Embargo Act? Why was it put into place? What was the result of this act?
14. Explain the process of Indian resistance during the Early Republic. What were the American Indian tribes resisting? Who did they seek to ally with in order to resist? Who led the resistance? How successful was it?
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Prophet, began preaching a message of Indian revitalization. He called for American Indians to have no contact with Americans, including the use of American alcohol, clothing, and trade goods. In addition, he urged Indians to return to traditional practices of hunting and farming. Finally, he stressed an end to quarreling, violence, sexual promiscuity, and private property. In 1809, the Treaty of Fort Wayne ceded three million acres of Indian land in Indiana to white settlers. Tecumseh tried to unite the Northwest Confederacy with Indian tribes in the South and challenge white takeover of Indian areas. In November 1811, Harrison marched a thousand soldiers on the Indian village of Tippecanoe and a battle ensued. Harrison claimed victory, but Indians were angry and attacked farms and settlements in the West. Tecumseh entered a formal alliance with the British against the Americans that foreshadowed future problems

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