Why was the Treaty of Greenville important?
it was important because it established a clear boundary between indian lands and lands open to white settlement. it also for the first time in its young history the U.S. was able to govern all its terrorties
The Treaty of Greenville was signed on August 3, 1795 at Fort Greenville which is now Greenville, Ohio. By signing the treaty the Native Americans than handed over large parts of what is now Ohio, present day Detroit and Chicago. If the treaty had not been signed parts of the US may not have been developed and still occupied by the Native Americans.