Relations between Colonists and Native Americans
The Fur trade between the colonists and the Native Americans has been making both sides lots of wealth.
After the French & Indian War the Native Americans that fought on the side of the french had their supplies cut off and forced to obey the rules of the british.
This made the native americans mad and that led to pontiac's war which was a native american uprising.
This is a picture of the Iroquois trading fur with colonists
French & Indian War Battle
This shows Native Americans fighting with the French against the British
Map of the 13 Colonies
This shows the names and places of the 13 Colonies
Important People and Groups
The British which occupies most of the colonies and forced the native americans to obey them
The Native Americans which fought with the French and traded with the colonists
The Colonists which just lived with the war and didn't really do anything
Geographic Locations Involved
- The New World where this interaction happened
- The Atlantic where ships full of people were going to the New World
- The Ohio River Valley where the Fur Trade Happened
The Future Relationship of Colonists and Native Americans
Response from Europe
- When Pontiac's War happened, the British responded with not violence but peace negotiations a year after. This allowed british to improve the policies post war. The Native Americans were okay with the new policies and went along with it.
- When the Fur Trade started the British really wanted to seize the land where it was happening