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Essay heading: Early relationships with Native Americans
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Issue: America
Written by: Manda
Date added: July 1, 2009
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They shared their land with great and powerful Indian inhabitants, and their relations with the natives were crucial to the shaping of their empire. The French and the English were both conscious that whomever could win the allegiance of the native tribes, would have the greater advantage to prevail in the battle for control of North America...
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The Indians main concern was to protect their independence by any means possible. The alignments they formed with the European societies were determined by which group had the most to offer. The English could offer the Indians better and more abundant goods. The French however offered something more appealing to the Indians: Tolerance...
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