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This treaty declared that the Ohio River would no longer serve as a permanent boundary between their lands and those of the American settlers.
Treaty of Greenville - declared that the Ohio River would no longer serve as a permanent boundary between their lands and those of the American settlers.
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Treaty of Greenville - declared that the Ohio River would no longer serve as a permanent boundary between their lands and those of the American settlers.
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