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The following events effected the American Indian way of life, determined polical and geographic boundries,and the record to be kept,
'''1710: ''' Tuscarora indians petitioned the Pennsylvania provincial government to move to Pennsylvania from their home in North Carolina, as the were losing their land and being enslaved by white settlers.
'''1711-1712:''' Angered at losing their land and being enslaved the Tuscarora aided by Coree, Pamlico, Machapunga and other tribes fought the colonist.
'''1712-1713: '''Second Tuscarora War in North Carolina, the Tuscarora migrated north to join the Iroquois Confederacy.
'''1715: '''Chickasaw and Cherokee Indians formed an alliance to drive the Shawnee Indians out of the Cumberland Valley of Maryland and Pennsylvania into the Kentucky-Tennessee area.
'''1723: '''The First permanent school for Indians in the British colonies was opened at William and Mary College in WIlliamsburt, Virginia. The school was maintained by funds left for the purpose by the British scientiest Robert Boyle, one of the founders of modern chemistry.
'''1751: '''The Delaware Indians, left Pennsylvania to live among the Huron Indians in Ohio.
'''1754-1763:''' The French and Indian War, fought by the British and their Indian allies against the French and their Indian allies.  the Iroquois Six-Nation Confederderacy allied with the British, may Algonquian tribes sided with the French.
'''1763: '''the Proclamation of 1763 issued by the British forbidding settlers to move across the Appalachian watershed into Indian Lands.
'''1763: T'''he Calusa Indians of Florida were force to migrate to Cuba when the British gained control of the area.
'''1775: '''The Continental Congress created three departments of Indian affairs- northern, middle, southern and appointed eleven commissioners including Benjamin Fraklin and Patric Henry to staff these departments.
'''1775:''' The education of Indian youth at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, was the object of a five hundred dollar appropriation by the American Continental Congress on July 12.  the amount was raised to five thousanc dollars five years later.  Dartmouth had been an outgrowth of Moor's Indian Charity School, founded by the Rev. Eleazar Wheelock in Connecticut in about 1754 providing a freee school where Indian and white children could be educated together.
'''1775-1783:''' The Indians Treaty of eastern North America were drawnto both sides Sycamore Shoals the Transylvania Land Company acquired 20 million acres of  the American Revolution. The colonists made efforst to secure neutrality a bit unsuccessful as the (Indians reasoning that an American victory would result in more, settlers moving into their lands.  The Oneida Indians were the largest group to support the American cause.  The American colonist dit barrow some militry methods from the Indians: figting from cover, camouflage, ambush, harassment, and other guerrella tacticsCherokee land.
'''17781775-1783:'''The Indians of eastern North America were drawnto both sides of  the American Revolution. The Delaware colonists made efforst to secure neutrality a bit unsuccessful as the (Indians became reasoning that an American victory would result in more, settlers moving into their lands.  The Oneida Indians were the first tribe largest group to sign a treaty with support the American cause.  The American colonist dit barrow some militry methods from the United StatesIndians: figting from cover, camouflage, ambush, at Fort Pitt (Pittsburg) on September 17harassment, and other guerrella tactics.
'''17791778: '''General John Sullivan and 4,000 troops were sent to  neutraliz The Delaware Indians became the Iroquois Confederacy tribes who were aiding first tribe to sign a treaty with the British in western Pennsylvania and New York.  Forty Indian towns were burned and one hyundred sixty thouusand bushels of corn and other crops were destroyed.  The Iroquois Confederacy never recovered.United States, at Fort Pitt (Pittsburg) on September 17
'''1779: '''General John Sullivan and 4,000 troops were sent to&nbsp; neutraliz the Iroquois Confederacy tribes who were aiding the British in western Pennsylvania and New York.&nbsp; Forty Indian towns were burned and one hyundred sixty thouusand bushels of corn and other crops were destroyed.&nbsp; The Iroquois Confederacy never recovered.  '''1783:&nbsp;''' the purchase of land from Indians by a privat person without the permission of the U.S. Congress was prohibited in a Congressional proclamation 9September 22,)  '''1783:''' The Mohawk Indian Chief Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea) who fought with the British during the American Revolution, led a group of people to Ontario, Canada, where they were given a tract of land to settle six miles wide on each side of the Grand River. '''1830: '''Indian Removal Act passed by Congress, authorizing the removal of Indians in the eastern united States to be removed to land west of the Mississippi River. <!-- Tidy found serious XHTML errors -->
= Historical Background =
<br>'''External Links:'''
[http://www.connerprairie.org/HistoryOnline/policy.html American Indian Policies.]<br><br>'''Bibliography:'''<br>Deloria, Vine, ed. American Indian Policy in the Twentieth Century. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992.<br><br>Smith, Jane F. And Robert M Kvasnicka, eds. Indian-White Relations: A Persistent Paradox. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, 1976.<br><br><br><!--{12082895461000} --><!--{12082895461001} --><!--{12082895461002} --><!-- Tidy found serious XHTML errors -->
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