Terms2 - Adaptation and Conflict Beaver Wars -1640's Dutch...

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Adaptation and Conflict Beaver Wars -1640's Dutch backed Iroquois, gave them guns Against French Hurons Huron lost Eventually lost Dutch. ...got with the English who then used them to extend their control over the Northwest Result: Iroquois suffered great losses but maintained independence by adopting policy of neutrality King Philip’s War 1675-76 Metacom, Wampanoag chief, organized resistance Triggered by execution of 3 Wampanoags for murdering a Christian Indian (who supposedly told settlers of Metacom's plans for attack) Deeper cause: younger NA’s frustrations w/ land-hungry settlers Of 90 Puritan towns, 52 attacked, 13 completely destroyed 1200 homes ruined 8000 cattle died Indian towns devastated even more completely Result: Settlers forced back (temporarily) but NA’s lost some independence Pueblo Revolt - 1680 NA population: 60,000 in 1600 17,000 in 1680 Franciscan friars worked to convert (the diverse) Pueblo Indians of New Mexico
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2009 for the course HIST NOT SURE taught by Professor Drberry during the Spring '09 term at UGA.

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Terms2 - Adaptation and Conflict Beaver Wars -1640's Dutch...

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