Treaty of Fort McIntosh
Treaty of Fort McIntosh (1785) - The Treaty of Fort McIntosh was a treaty between Delaware, Wyandot, Chippewa and Ottawa tribes and American Treaty Commissioners signed at Fort MacIntosh, in present day Pennsylvania.
The Treaty of Fort McIntosh was signed at Fort Mcintosh in January 1785. Over 400 chiefs and warriors of the Delaware, Wyandot, Chippewa and Ottawa tribes met at Fort McIntosh with the American Treaty Commissioners George Rogers Clark, Richard Butler and Arthur Lee. The tribes surrendered all future claims to the lands north of the Ohio River. This made possible the settlement of Western Pennsylvania and Northwestern Ohio.