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Unformatted text preview: illed about 200 Cheyenne during this massacre.
1. Native American chief who led the Wampanoag tribe
to fight the New England colonists
2. his head was publicly displayed on a pike in Plymouth
3. Also known as Metacom
King Philip's War
1. War between the Native American tribes (Pequat,
Narragansett, Wampanoag, Nipmuck) of New England
and British colonists
2. took place from 1675-
3. The war was the result of tension caused by
encroaching white settlers.
4. The chief of the Wampanoags, King Philip lead the
natives. 5. The war ended Indian resistance in New England and
left a hatred of whites.
Indian Removal Act
1. authorized Andrew Jackson to negotiate land-
exchange treaties with tribes living east of the
2. The treaties enacted under this act's provisions paved the way for the reluctant—and often
forcible—emigration of tens of thousands of American Indians to the West.
3. Passed in 1830
1. A program instituted and funded by the government that attempted to "civilize" the Native
American population so that they could live amongst white Americans.
2. This program loaned Natives money to supplies to farm and grow crops.
3. Many could not pay back the loans and this allowed the government to seize their property and
obtain more native lands.
1. holds the final authority over social, economic, and political matters within its territory
2. having ultimate power within its own territory
3. neither subordinate nor responsible to any other authority
Describe the first impressions that native people had of Europeans and vice versa. How did the Spanish
invasion differ from that of the English? And, in what ways were they similar?
How arrival of Europeans affected Tlingit life
Many lost traditional ways, some Northwest Coast peoples were forced to move away from the
ocean on which they relied.
How horses changed Navajo life
They began to herd sheep and cattle, transportation much quicker.
3 ways life changed for Navajo
After the Spanish arrived they began to herd sheep and cattle, many moved to nort...
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