Pequotwar

Colonial Indian Wars- David and Myla

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    First Anglo-Powhatan War

    The location of the war was Jamestown, Virginia. The cause of the conflict was that 250 new settler arrived and the colonists refused to stay within the immediate Jamestown area. The tribe involved was the Powhatan Indians. More than 350 (1/4 of total) colonists were killed and only 250 Powhatans died. No treaties were made and this lead up to the Second Anglo-Powhatan war.
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    Second & Third Anglo-Powhatan War

    The location of the war was Jamestown. The cause of the war was that the friction between the Powhatans and the settlers increased as the Indians grew more hungry for land. The tribe involved was the Powhatan Indians again. In the Second Powhatan War, 347 colonists were killed and in the Third Powhatan War, 400 were killed. 200 Powhatans died from eating poisoned food served to them. A treaty was signed in October, 1626.
  • The Jamestown Massacre

    The location of the Massacre was Jamestown, Virginia. The cause of the conflict was the growing English settlement on Indian lands and the disrespect that the colonists showed toward the Indian's culture. The tribe involved was the Algonquian Indians and the colonists involved were the English settlers. The alliance was the 32 Algonquian Indians who slaughtered the colonists. The result of the Massacre was that 347 settlers died. The Algonquian Indians suffered few casualties, if any.
  • The Jamestown Massacre (Continued...)

    The English settlers destroyed the corn crops and the Indians destroyed the farms and the settlements. A peace treaty was not made afterward and this shattered all hope of the Indians and colonists living peacefully.
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    The Pequot War

    The location of the war was Massachusets Bay Colony. The cause of the war was the deaths of John Stone and John Oldham by the hands of the Indians. The tribe involved was the Pequot Indians and the colonists involved were 80 men out of Hartford. The Mohegans were the allies of the colonists. The result was that more than 600 Pequots were killed, maybe even as many as a 1,000. Only two colonists died in the war and about 20 were wounded. The colonists set the Pequot's wigwams one fire.
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    King Philip's War

    The location of the war was southern and northern New England. The cause of the war was that King Philip, the king of the Wampanoag Indians, betrayed the friendship between his tribe and the colonists by waging war on the New England settlers. The tribes involved were the Wampanoag Indians, Narragansett, and Nipmuck Indians. The alliance on the Indian side Wampanoags, Narragansetts, Nipmucks, and the lesser New England Indian Tribes. The result was that the Wampanoag tribe was wiped out.
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    King Philip's War (continued)

    600 colonists were killed and more than 3,000 Indians died. The Taunton Agreement was signed on April 10, 1671, which is why they were at peace before the war.
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    King William's War

    The location of the war was New England. King William's War began in the colonies after the settlers learned of the accession of Dutch William of Orange to the throne of England as William III. The tribes involved were the French and Abenaki Indians. The allies of the Indian side were the French Indians and Abenaki Indians. The allies of the English side were colonists and the Iroquois. 1,250 English and Iroquois people died in the war. 400 French and Abenaki Indians.
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    King Williams' War (Continued)

    The Treaty of Ryswick was signed on September 1697, which ended the war.
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    Queen Anne's War

    The location of the war was on the East coast of America from Nova Scotia to Florida. The cause of the war was the South Carolina legislator sending troops to sieze the Spanish fort and town of St. Augustine. The allies were the colonial settlers and Indian allies (i.e. the Chickasaws) against the French settlers and their Indian allies (i.e. the Chochtaws). 270 English settlers were killed at Deerfield, Massachusetts, and 1,600 shipwrecked in an attempted assault on Quebec.
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    Queen Anne's War (Continued)

    60 French and Spanish soldiers in the North and 50 Indians were killed in the war. The result was that the French retained New France, including Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island, but lost Newfoundland, Hudson Bay, and Acadia; Abenakis and other French-allied Indians pledged loyalty to Britain's queen Anne. The Treaty of Utrecht was signed on July 13, 1713, which ended the war.
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    Tuscarora War

    The location of the war was North Carolina. The cause of the war was that the Pennsylvania government refused the Tuscarora petition because the southern colonies would not vouch for the Indians' good behavior. This lead to Tuscarora warriors striking back at colonists who were infringing on their lands. The tribes involved were the Tuscarora Indians. 1,400 Tucarora Indians died as a result of the war and only about 120 colonists died.
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    The Tuscarora War (Continued)

    The Tuscarora who stayed in North Carolina signed a treaty on February 11, 1715, in which they surrendered most of their lands to the colonial government.
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    King George's War

    The location of the war was Nova Scotia, New England, New York, and the Ohio country. The cause of the war was a conflict known as Jenkin's ear. King George's War was largely an extension of the war that the British and French were fighting in Europe (i.e. Queen Anne's War). The tribes involved were British North America and its Indian allies (mostly Iroquois) vs. French North America and its Indian allies (mostly Huron and Abenaki). 500 Americans died and 1,100 were diseased or injured.
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    King George's War (continued)

    350 French settlers died during the war. The result of the war was a stalemate and it is known to have been a rehearsal for the French and Indian War. The Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle was signed on October 18, 1748, which ended the war.
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    Pontaic's War

    The location of the war was the Ohio country. The conflict began with the fall of Detroit to the British during the French/Indian War and the decision to abolish giving gifts to the Indians. The Indian tribes involved were the Ottawa, Delaware, Iroquois Indians, which were all allies. England allie were just the British forces and settlers. The outcome was that Pontiac did not gain any land. At least 2,000 settlers or militia died from the British force.
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    Pontiac's War (Continued)

    Fort Venango and Fort Presque Isle were wiped out by the Indians.