hw24 - 297-303 Jefferson favored removal of indian tribes beyond Mississippi river who refused to civilize themselves 1 Pursued effors to purchase

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297-303 Jefferson favored removal of indian tribes beyond Mississippi river who refused to civilize themselves 1. Pursued effors to purchase indian lands west of applachians 2. Traders lend money, more indian debt make them sell property 3. Continued washington’s policy of promoting settled farming among Indians 4. Encouraged African American slavery among tribes Outnumbered Indians began thinking of their opposition to assimilation 1. Nativists wished to resist further white encroachment of indian land 2. Movements of revitalization of indian life rose among many indian tribes 3. Handsome lake of Seneca thought Indians could achieve autonomy without directly challenging white or repudiating all white ways Tecumseh refused to sign treaty of Greenville in 1795, tenskwatawa called for complete separation from whites 1. Tecumseh proclaimed Indians were single people and unite in claiming a common and equal right in land 2. Criticized chiefs who sold land to federal government

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