Native American Migration

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The first migration into the Americas were from Native Americans also known as many different groups of Indians. The Native Americans took most of the Atlantic Seaboard area. Woodland Indians were a group which were divided based on their language into three. The first were the Algonquin Indians that stayed in the areas of Canada all the way too North Carolina. The Muskogean took over Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. Lastly were the Iroquois which controlled the Great Lakes region and created a federation. Some more notable groups were the Plains Indians which lived off buffalo and housed in small groups. The Pueblo Indians lived in the US Southwest, they were farmers and created cultivating villages. They were distinguished in three groups, Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo. The first official English voyage into North America was led by John …show more content…
King Philip also known as Metacomet, the son of the Wampanoag king which was in good standards with the English. King Philip’s War started when a Christian Indian was killed. The Wampanoag soon took English Hostages one of them were Mary Rowlandson. The English and their Indian allies managed to defeat the Wampanoag with Metacomet being killed by a Pocasset Indian. The Native American population in Massachusetts decreased by 80 percent with the defeated being sent to the Caribbean.
The French and Indian War was a battle of the Britain and France which was known as the Seven Years War. The battle was commenced by territorial control of the North American interior land. The Iroquois League supported the English. The Confederate Council had each of the Iroquois represented by one war chief and a lord of the confederacy. All five Indian nations had to agree on the system of checks and balances. Benjamin Franklin became the Indian commissioner for Pennsylvania. He later published the twenty-six treaty accounts in

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