The story of the settlement of Ohio is riveting. I was born and raised in Ohio, but this story is barely told, which is a real shame because it's got lesson after lesson on politics and intrigue and includes some really interesting characters. It probably wasn't told in great and gory detail to high school students because it's got too much Realpolitik and violence and makes the nascent United States look like any other nation: antinomian, scheming, feckless and greedy. It also doesn't fit the SJW narrative about the native tribes being blameless victims.
Ohio was the western frontier of the colonies, and then the frontier of the nascent United States. It was the cross roads of the interests of the British and the French and colonists. The indian tribes in the Ohio territories, and to the west of there were divided in their support of these different factions. The Lenape indians in south-east Ohio played a very interesting role. They attempted to form a state within the United States... and they probably almost could have done it.
One of their leaders was assassinated by an American militia man. It seems possible the assassination was to prevent the state from being formed so Ohio could be sold off by the east coast establishment who had already formed a land company to do so.... there had even been a prior attempt to do a real estate deal on Ohio while the US was still a British Colony, and that's one of the events that might have sparked the revolutionary war.