The Confederation Congress and the Creation of the American Trans-Appalachian Settlement Policy 1783-1787(2006)
Immediately following the Revolutionary war, thousands of American pioneers began to settle the Trans-Appalachian West. Between 1783 and 1787, the Confederation Congress passed numerous laws to govern certain activities. This study of the creation of the first American western policy forms a microcosm through which to view the ongoing course of the American Revolution.
Publication DateJune 30, 2006
PublisherEdwin Mellen Press
Citation InformationMike Allen. The Confederation Congress and the Creation of the American Trans-Appalachian Settlement Policy 1783-1787. Lewiston, N.Y.(2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mike_allen/17/