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Wilderness Road Not easy to travel road, too narrow for carts or wagons, but it became the main road to Kentucky (Daniel Boone helped build the road)
Republic The people choose representatives to govern them.
Articles of Confederation The national government had few powers because many Americans were afraid that a strong government would lad to tyranny or oppressive rule. (Final plan)
Land Ordinance of 1785 Surveyors to stake out six mile square plots, called townships, in the western lands.
Northwest Territory This territory included land that formed the states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin and part of Minnesota.
Northwest Ordinance Described how the Northwest territory was to be governed, as it grew in population, it would gain rights to the self-government.
Shay's Rebellion An uprising of debt ridden Massachusetts farmers in 1787.