THE NORTHWEST ORDINANCE<br />
The First Organized Territory<br />The northwest ordinance also known as the freedom ordinance was passed July 13, 1787<br...
The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new sta...
The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new sta...
The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new sta...
The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new sta...
Establishment of territorial government<br />The ordinance created a government under approval of  the congress <br />Posi...
Establishment of civil rights<br />Many of the concepts of the ordinance were added in to the us constitution and the bill...
Prohibition of slavery<br />The ordinance also banned all slavery<br />Although it was banned it did not end until right  ...
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Northwest Ordinance - Sal

  1. 1. THE NORTHWEST ORDINANCE<br />
  2. 2. The First Organized Territory<br />The northwest ordinance also known as the freedom ordinance was passed July 13, 1787<br />The reason for the ordinance was to create the northwest territory<br />It was located in the region south of the Great Lakes, north and west of the Ohio River, and east of the Mississippi River.<br />
  3. 3. The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new states <br />Once a population of 60,000 had been met a new state was created <br />Thomas Jefferson came up with 10 names for the new states, but the only ones that we kept we Michigan, Washington and Illinois <br />Progress over time <br />
  4. 4. The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new states <br />Once a population of 60,000 had been met a new state was created <br />Thomas Jefferson came up with 10 names for the new states, but the only ones that we kept we Michigan, Washington and Illinois <br />Progress over time <br />
  5. 5. The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new states <br />Once a population of 60,000 had been met a new state was created <br />Thomas Jefferson came up with 10 names for the new states, but the only ones that we kept we Michigan, Washington and Illinois <br />Progress over time <br />
  6. 6. The New and Improved U.S.<br />Admission of new states<br />The us begin to grow over time by the addition of five new states <br />Once a population of 60,000 had been met a new state was created <br />Thomas Jefferson came up with 10 names for the new states, but the only ones that we kept we Michigan, Washington and Illinois <br />Progress over time <br />
  7. 7. Establishment of territorial government<br />The ordinance created a government under approval of the congress <br />Positions were created for Governor, Secretary, and three Judges <br />
  8. 8. Establishment of civil rights<br />Many of the concepts of the ordinance were added in to the us constitution and the bill of rights<br />Religion, morality, and knowledge were necessary to a good government also freedom of religious worship and bans on huge fines were written in to the charter <br />
  9. 9. Prohibition of slavery<br />The ordinance also banned all slavery<br />Although it was banned it did not end until right before the civil war<br />Anti – slavery part of the U.S.<br />
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