Negative Effects Of The War Of 1812 On First Nations

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The war of 1812 is the most significant for the first nations as they were betrayed, lost power and lost the most land.

The war of 1812 had many negative consequences on the first nations people, for starters the first nations lost land.
In 1815, the United states signed an agreement with various first nations stating that the United States would give back the land that the first nations had before 1811, although the United States never gave back the land and rather pushed the first nations north and west off their territory. A quote from Peter Macleod states “Native americans that fought as British allies hoped that the support of powerful european ally would allow them to roll back the American settlement frontier and secure

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