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What state thought Western territory should be national property and what is national property?
Maryland - controlled and governed by Congress for the Benefit of all the states
What state refused to ratify the Articles of Confederation until the Western claims were relinquished?
Maryland
What happened to break the deadlock that threatened the confederation?
New York agreed to yield its claims and the other states followed suit.
Under the Articles of Confederation the national government acquired possession of what Western lands?
The territory between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River.
What is the Old Southwest?
The area south of the ohio River.
What is the Old Northwest
The region north of the Ohio River.
What were the first Western states to be settled and admitted into the Union.
Kentucky in 1792 and Tennessee in 1796.
He found a path across the Appalachians through the Cumberland Gap.
Daniel Boone
This became a main highway for migration into the territory. Who discovered this highway.
Daniel Boone -
The Wilderness Road
Founded Boonesborough in1755 in Kentucky
Daniel Boone
Was one of the early settlers of the Wataugh Valley in northeastern Tennessee
James Robertson
1799 he planted a settlement at Nashville on the Cumberland River
James Robertson
A leader in the Settlement of tennessee, became its first governor when it achieved statehood in 1796
John Sevier
Led a force of frontier militia acrosss the Great Smoky Mountains into the Carolinas and helped defeat the British and the Battle of King's Mountain
John Sevier