Savages Influence On Native American History

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Throughout the 16th and 17th centuries, many cultural groups flourished but among the most popular were the French Jesuits, French traders, and the Native American tribe know as the Savages. They all started off doing their own thing on their own land but when curiosity arose and it was time to move, bumping into other groups was inevitable. There were both friendly and hostile relationships between these groups. It was all based on the time, place, and how the groups met. Even groups of the same kind may have had a bad relationship, like two different native American tribes, same people but if they started off on the wrong foot then they might not get along for a variety of reasons.
One tribe known for being hostile towards other groups were the Savages. When reading about the Savages in the document
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