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Chapter 6 Following the French leave from America after the French and Indian War, conflict between English colonials and natives broke out in the Indians’ attempt to assert themselves. Such conflicts are exemplified by Pontiac’s uprising and the Proclamation of 1763. While the original English settlers did not form bonds with local Indians, the French created a symbiotic relationship with local tribes, namely the Huron, allying with the Indians to aid the growth of the fur-trapping industry in the North. In time, Indian tribes became diplomatically dependent upon the French. However, after the removal of the French from America, the Indians were left alone with the English colonials, thereby weakening their position. In Minavavana’s statement to Henry, he claims that the British have not yet conquered the Indians. This indicates a new conflict in the Americas whereby the Indians now wish to assert their power, culminating to Pontiac’s Uprising, an Indian siege of Detroit that left
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