How did the Native Americans resist settlement?(Tlili)
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How did the Native Americans resist settlement?(Tlili)
What were the the proclamations that caused disagrement between the Natives and the U.S.?
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Tecumseh, and traveled to Tukabatchi when the U.S. began to exhibit their western movements. Tukabatchi is the capital of the Creek people and there Tecumseh can recruit several Natives to join his Indian Confederacy. Once enough members are associated with the Indian Confederacy they can form military arrangements to resist the settlements by the U.S.

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Today's Document from the National Archives

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The headmen and cheifs of the Hopi(Moqui) tribe have written a pettition asking the Federal Government("Washington Cheifs") for the right to have their land back.  The Federal government were going to individually assign a peice of land to each tribe member. The document is signed with unique symbols representing each family within the tribe. 

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Letter from Chief John Ross, "To the Senate and House of Representatives"

This letter was written by chief John Ross of the Cherokee tribe. This written piece was to come to a consensus with the US government so that the natives will be able to rekindle their culture and lives. The natives are now asking for substantial living facilities foe them to reside in. The Cherokee people are no longer rebelling the actions of the government. They are attempting to mold an agreement that will be beneficial to both the invaders and the natives.

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Today's Document from the National Archives

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President Andrew Jackson writes a message to Congress expressing the need to relocate eastern Native American tribes to the west of the Mississippi river. This will create enough space for the oncoming U.S. settlers to reside there. These actions led to the lives of many Native Americans to be taken. The Native Americans will then need to resort to forming a resistance against the U.S. proclomations. Millitary actions are needed in order for the Native Americans to get their land back. 

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Native American Resistance in the Trans-Appalachian West [ushistory.org]

Native American Resistance in the Trans-Appalachian West [ushistory.org] | How did the Native Americans resist settlement?(Tlili) | Scoop.it

This source contains an imagr drawn by James Peachy expressing the events occuring in the early settlements of the U.S. colonies. The image grasps the treachours battles between the Native Americans and the U.S. This image is of the Indian confederacy battling at fort Niagra to stop the westward settlements by the U.S. 

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