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John RolosonHTY-110Module 3 – Assignment #3PART #1:1.Some of the advantages that the Natives might had no depicted in the depiction of King Phillip’s War were mostly likely a result of the trade between the settlers and the Natives. In the painting, no guns or armor are seen being used by the natives, since the beginning of the explorers landing in the Americas, one of the commodities that the Europeans had totrade for resources was their weaponry, so it is difficult to think that in a time of battle, that these natives didn’t use any of these. Also, looking at this depiction of the war, I am interested if this was the fighting style of the natives, with a more knowledgeable lay of the land and no European military training, I am curious if they would have adapted a more guerrilla type battle style, especially with the more advanced weaponry of the Europeans.PART #2:1.With the “civilization program”, Thomas Jefferson wanted to acquire as much land from the natives as possible.

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