Native Americans's Response To The War Of 1812

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The final perspective is held by the Native Americans. The War of 1812 was an important conflict for the native inhabitants of North America. During the years before the war, the United States wanted to expand its territories. This fueled the invasion of native homelands throughout the territories. The Native leaders who emerged in response to this expansion shared a concern of protecting tribal lands. There were some Indians who sided with the Americans, but most Indians nations sided with the British. They believed that a British victory might mean an end to the expansion. In all, more than two dozen native nations participated in the war. The attempt to form some type of coalition among the Nations became an urgent political necessity in
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