It was the Native-American’s last major effort to drive the English colonists out of
New England. The war took place between 1675-1676
Part of the five nations of Iroquis confederacy
Had peaceful relations in North Carolina for over 50 years
War grew from misunderstanding between colonists and tribes
fought in North Carolina from September 22, 1711 until February 11, 1715
between the Tuscarora people and their allies on one side and European American
settlers, the Yamassee, and other allies on the other.
(1715–16), in British-American colonial history, conflict between Indians, mainly
Yamasee, and British colonists in the southeastern area of South Carolina,
resulting in the collapse of Indian power in that area.
Embittered by settlers’ encroachment upon their land and by unresolved
grievances arising from the fur trade, a group of Yamasees rose and killed 90
white traders and their families (April 15, 1715)