Effect of Colonists on Native Americans

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American History

 

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Cira F

 

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December 9, 2014

 

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University

 

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The Fox Indians desired to become the middlemen in the French fur trade to make easy money and blocked the passage between the Great Lakes and upper Mississippi. The French then decimated many tribes, like the Fox Indians, Natchez, and the Chickasaw in 1731 as a result These Indian tribes were once self-sufficient, but once they started to loose land and see the advantage of trading furs and food for manufactured goods, many took the easy way out...
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Even though both relationships between the French and the Indians and the English and the Indians had started out peaceful, both groups became greedy and their relationships with the soured. Native Americans never came in contact with diseases that developed in the Old World because they were separated from Asia, Africa, and Europe when ocean levels rose following the end of the last Ice Age...
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