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Dragging Canoe
Represented youner warriors. Broke off and made "his own community. Accepted a war belt and attacked American settlements.
1776
Cherokee
Andrew Jackson
Supported Georgia in court cases. Signed the Indian removal act
1805
American President
Mary Jemison
Seneda captive became part of their society
1750
became Seneca


Joseph Brant
Spokesman for the tribes and refused settlement of land west of Ohio river.
1780
Mohawk
Jeffery Amherst
Pontiac war-infected blankets
1760
Euro American
White Eyes
Signed peace treaty, killed in 1781 by US
1778
Delaware
Corn Stalk
Tried to keep men out of war killed under flag of truce
1777
Shawnee
William Apess
Did not want people to forget about indians history in New England
1830
Pequot
Tenskwatawa
"The Prophet"
Vision of hope, called the "prophet" wanted to move back to tradition
1805
Shawnee
Handsome Lake
Long house religion. Based on traditional beliefs with some Christian additions.
1800
Iroquois
Thomas Jefferson
Sent Lewis and Clark on expedition.
Purchased the Louisiana purchase, corps of discovery philosophy of land acquissions get land with little government involvement. gets in debt then takes the land
1801
American President
Little Turtle
Inflicted the greates defeat on US in history.
1791
Shawnee
De Tocqueville
"Memories"
"Humanity"
1830
French
Tecumseh
Indian Unity over Land or land belongs to all Indians.
1805
Shawnee
Metis
Indian women and french traders produced a new population. Children of mixed ancestry inherited their mothers clan and community.
Areas of canda and great lakes.
Wampum belt
Made of pieces of polished shellor beads. Conveyed messages, initiated proceeding, recorded agreements, and guaranteed promises.
Genizaros
Originally were Apachee, Navajo, Ute, Jumano, Ute and Pawnee slaves. were the first used to refer to Indians who had been consumed and raised in hispanic house holds. Later was applied to any captives into the southwest.
Sachem
Older chivil or villiage chiefs. Guided the community in daily affairs and in reaching consesesus on issues of importance.
Outcome of northwest ordinance
The Northwest Ordiance of 1787 had declared that the US would not disturb Indians in the rightful possession of their lands, except in "just and lawful wars authorized by congress."
Tecumseh's objective
Believed unity over the land not religon. Belived it belonged to all and no an individual group. Wanted to go back to tradition. The government was afraid of Tecumseh and his brother"the prophet". In the war of 1812 he was killed along with his death came the loss of hope for indian unity
Impact of removal and movement of Indain people west
Authorized president Andrew Jackson to negotiate treaties with Indian tribes to remove them west of the Mississippi.