The Crossroads of Destiny exhibit at the Garst Museum provides each visitor with the opportunity to experience the Fort Greene Ville settlement. From daily life to details highlighting both Treaties with the Indian nations, you will find an amazing amount of information that will impact you for years to come.
THE TREATY OF GREENE VILLE
There were 180 Wyandot, 381 Delaware, 143 Shawnee, 45 Ottawa, 10 Kickapoo and Kaskaskia, 46 Chippewa, 340 Potawatomi, 73 Miami and Eel River and 12 Wea and Piankeshaw in Greene Ville on the 3rd of August 1795.
The Treaty Signing
At the signing of the Treaty of Greene Ville August 3, 1795, beside Wayne and the eighty chiefs were William Henry Harrison; Meriwether Lewis and William Clark; Isaac Zane, the founder of Zanesfield, Ohio; and Zebulon Montgomery Pike, the discoverer of Pike's Peak.
A total of 94 chiefs and sub-chiefs may have been given Treaty of Greene Ville medals at the signing on August 3, 1795. Many are lost. Only about 6 are known to exist.