The Treaty of Fort Finney, also known as the Treaty at the Mouth of the Great Miami, was signed on January 31, 1786 between the United States and Shawnee leaders after the American Revolutionary War, ceding parts of the Ohio country to the United States. The treaty was reluctantly signed by the Shawnees, and later renounced by other Shawnee leaders. The Northwest Indian War soon followed.
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- "Treaty of Fort Finney (1786)". Ohio Historical Society. Ohio History Central: An Online Encyclopedia of Ohio History, 2005.
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