What is the definition of Northwest Ordiance?
The correct spelling is Northwest Ordinance instead of Ordiance. The Northwest Ordinance is defined as an act of the Congress of the Confederation of the United States. It is also known as The Ordinance of 1787 or the Freedom Ordinance.
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Ordiance of 1787
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 was signed by President George Washington. It created the Northwest Territory, which was centered around the Great Lakes area. It was the first territory of the United States.
its term made land too expensive for most people to buy
Which statement best describe the way in which the northwest ordiance of 1787 dealt with native Americans?
it pledged that laws would be passed protecting them
The Northwest ordinance was an agreement that in the territories to the Northwest would not have any slavery. The Mason Dixon line was also created, it was a line that separated the North from the South just above Maryland. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 claimed that new slaves could not be in the territory above this line.
I think you are referring to the Northwest Ordiance, sometimes the Ordance of 1787. It was more of less based on the Ordinance of 1784.
The official definition of the northwest ordinance is "A law passed in 1787 to regulate the settlement of the Northwest Territory."
National reconcilation ordiance
By the definition of major city (500,00 or more persons) there are no Major cities in the Northwest Territories. ============== Yellowknife, with a population of 19,711, is the only city in Northwest Territories. The entire population of Northwest Territories is 43,439.
The definition of Atlanta is: " The capital and largest city of the state of Georgia in the US, in the northwest central part of the state"
Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio
The points northeast southeast northwest and southwest on a compass
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There was a Northwest Ordiance, which was "an act of the Congress of the Confederation of the United States. The Ordinance unanimously passed on July 13, 1787. The primary effect of the ordinance was the creation of the Northwest Territory as the first organized territory of the United States out of the region south of the Great Lakes, north and west of the Ohio River, and east of the Mississippi River. On August 7, 1789… Read More
An ordinance is a law. They can be created at the local level, state level, or federal level. They set the rules of a specific situation.
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You would have to contact the city and get a copy of the ordinances and read through it to find out.
Intermediate directions are Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, Northwest, the points halfway between the cardinal directions.
Republic in western Africa, bordered by Sierra Leone to the northwest, Guinea to the north, the Ivory Coast to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest.
the northwest passage is a famous sea route linking the Atlantic and pacific oceans. Actually your answer is not even close to being right the definition of the northwest passage is- A water route to Asia through the cold waters present day canada. I cant belive i no this by heart and im only in 7th grade but i am learning from a 10th grade book dont belive me the look up this book and… Read More
A territory of northwest Canada east of Alaska. It became a territory in 1898 at the height of the Klondike gold rush. Whitehorse is the capital and the largest city.
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In most cities public consumption of alcohol or carry/opened container of alcohol is a Municipal Ordiance which equates to a misdemeanor and yes it is a criminal offense.
All three of the territories, the Yukon, Northwest and Nunavut territories are in the arctic, which fits the definition of a cold desert, having a very low annual precipitation.
Michael John Finnegan has written: 'Population definition on the Northwest coast by analysis of discrete character variation' -- subject(s): Anthropometry
The cardinal directions are North, South, East, and West. Intermediate directions are those that are in between the cardinal directions. Examples include Northeast, Northwest, Southwest, and Southeast.
Depending on the definition of 'Eastern US' and 'Western US', these two regions of the country may not meet at all, with a center region between them called the 'Old Northwest'. Most people hold that the Mississippi River is where the Eastern US ends, and to the west of it is either the Western US or the Old Northwest.
The Northwest Ordinance was the legislation that officially established the Northwest Territory.
who is the northwest
The word northwest is a common noun. Northwest is only a proper noun when it is used for a proper name such as Northwest Heating and Air Conditioning Service, the movie 'North by Northwest', or Yellow Knife, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Yes, the northwest ordinance of 1787 prohibited slavery in the northwest territory.
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The Northwest Ordinance allowed the northwest to be divided into townships.
In the northwest of mexico.
Northwest Angle and Angle Township is the northernmost city in the Contiguous US. It is the only area north of the 49th parallel. Now does it meet the definition of a "City" well that's another question.
Yes northwest is a compound word. The words are north and west.
The Northwest Ordinance prohibited slavery northwest of the Ohio River.
The Northwest Ordinances were the framework for the settlement and government of the Northwest Territory.
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The Northwest or the Pacific northwest
As Northwest? Sure.
The American northwest. Idaho is part of the Pacific northwest, though not to be confused with Northwest Territory (also known as the Great Northwest which includes parts of Canada).
It can be. It can be a noun for a direction, or a region (the Northwest),but when it modifies a noun, it is an adjective (e.g. northwest wind) and when it modifies a verb, it is an adverb (e.g. they hiked northwest, more properly northwestward).
the northwest territory
The Northwest Ordinance
in the NORTHWEST (U.S.)
They are in the Northwest.
No, they didn't get to the Northwest.