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Greenville Treaty Line

3122 National Road West
Richmond, IN 47374

The Treaty of Greenville signed on August 3, 1795, by General Mad Anthony Wayne and leaders of many regional Native American peoples, established a boundary line between the land open for European-American settlers and Indian territories to the west. The boundary was largely ignored by the settlers.

The Greenville Treaty Line crosses Route 40 at this point (these is a stone monument about 20 feet west of the actual bounary line; the line bisects the McDonald's restaurant just north of the monument).

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Greenville Treaty Line Marker at Greenville, Ohio
Greenville Treaty Line Marker at Greenville, Ohio. Photo: Wikipedia.

Greenville Treaty Line
Greenville Treaty Line. Map: Wikipedia.

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