Effects Of The French And Indian War On Native Americans

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The Native Americans had no choice but to play the French and British against each other. By the time of the French and Indian War, they were not just playing the French against the British for goods and guns. (1) It became necessary for the survival of their culture, and the natives were concerned with the vast amounts of land being claimed and settled by the British. The French and Indians were more likely to be allies, although the British did have Native American allies. The Battle of Jumonville Glen is one example of natives and British fighting against the French. But the French and Indians were more likely to live and trade together peacefully. The French were greatly outnumbered by the British in terms of settlers in America. The natives

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