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Battle of Fallen Timbers

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Definition: Victory of American forces over Native American ones in present-day Toledo, Ohio, in 1794. Under the command of General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, the Americans sent a larger Native American force running in retreat. This battle was also significant because the Native Americans who fought there that day retreated to Fort Miami, where they thought they could find British reinforcements. But the British, unwilling to risk another war with the United States, did not help.

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The New Nation
Find out more about the period between the signing of the Constitution and the year 1800.

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Battle of Fallen Timbers
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Wayne's Victory at Fallen Timbers
See how this brilliant man won this important battle.

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