This describes the Historical background about the early Indians Wars that were basically mentioned, but not really exemplified as the integral part of History that played a major role into the formation of the United States. When President George Washington received disturbing news from the Ohio Territory, the surrounding areas within the Great Lakes Region, pertaining to the incursions from the Indians. decided to send experienced Indian Fighters whom he felt could control the situations. These individuals have had prior experience with dealing with the Indians during the American Revolution. After a few failed attempts, from the commanders that faced the Indians. Washington knew of one particular individual who had a strong, personality, and was highly dependable. His name was General Anthony Wayne. Refered to as "Mad". This name was given to him, during the Revolutionary War, because of his tenacity, and courage . The Indians eventually came to fear Anthony Wayne, because of his tactics he used , no matter what obstacles faced him. One aspect is the most important, as Dr. Knopf noted in 1975. "These battles were fought against the Indians, it had nothing to do with land". General Anthony Wayne also played an important part for The "Treaty of Greenville" which became the final act.