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British Influence On Native Americans

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However, in late 1675 the Native American of Narragansett in Rode Island suffered the highest loss by 1200 of British men attack. The war ended in august 1676 when a Native American, sent by British, killed Philip. In 1763 close to seven years war, English’s and France’s territory are interacting between the Appalachian Mountains and Mississippi River. Many English residents of Britain’s thirteen colonies looked impatiently on the viewpoint of French settling those lands. The English settlers agreed with Benjamin Franklin’s prediction that entire country from St. Lawrence to Mississippi will be filled with British People. This territory was filled of many Native American tribes and the expense and effort of the active maintenance of a truce between Native Americans and British colonies at this area has soon became troublesome to the British government. Britain …show more content…

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  • Explains that the native american of narragansett in rode island suffered the highest loss by 1200 of british men attack. the war ended in august 1676 when a native american, sent by british, killed philip.
  • Explains that the proclamation of 1763 was one of the grievances against england that eventually led the thirteen colonies to rebel in 1776.
  • Explains that the united states government negotiated treaties with native americans tribes in an effort to maintain peaceful relations and obtain land for english settlement.
  • Explains that the shawnee leader tecumseh advocated armed resistance in the early 1800s. the war of 1812 between great britain and united states marked an important turning point.
  • Describes how the cherokee of the early nineteenth century adopted english culture while maintaining a distinct and separate nation within united states.
  • Explains that the tragedy at wounded knee marked the end of native americans wars. since then, there have been many changes in the lives of native americans.

Regardless of Native Americans and Great Britain efforts, the United States won its independence. In 1783, Treaty of Paris received from Great Britain the territory between the Appalachian Mountains and Mississippi. The new national government promptly revoked The Proclamation of 1763 and encouraged the English settlers to across the settlement past the boundary. However, the territory was still inhabitant with almost 150,000 of Native Americans of many tribes. The United States government soon noticed the circumstances with Native Americans is at constant risk of erupting into violence requiring expensive military intervention. The federal government negotiated treaties with Native Americans tribe of the area in an effort to maintain peaceful relations with Native Americans and obtain land for English settlement. Tribal leaders of Native Americans yielded possession claims to land in return for

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