What Conflicts Occurred Among American Indians? <ul><li>By Mr. Casey </li></ul>
AGENDA <ul><li>New Vocabulary Words </li></ul><ul><li>What Conflicts Occurred Among American Indians? </li></ul>
Rivalr y   <ul><li>Rivalry (noun) - a relationship in which people or groups compete for the same thing </li></ul>
Rivalr y
Advantage  <ul><li>Advantage (noun) - a condition or circumstance that puts one person a superior position </li></ul>
Advantage
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian <ul><li>Long before the Europeans arrived, American ...
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian Powhatan 1.   Inherits an empire of five tribes 2. C...
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian THE ARRIVAL OF EUROPEAN SETTLERS CREATES MORE TENSIO...
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian THe Beaver wars- 1640-1701 IROQUOIS AND HURON FIGHT ...
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian THe Beaver wars *THE  huron  TRADE FURS WITH THE  fr...
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian THe Beaver wars IN THE LATE 16OO’S -ALGONQUIAN, WITH...
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian Lakota v. Ojibwa THE OJIBWA PUSH WEST INTO LAKOTA LA...
American Indian  v.   American Indian American Indian American Indian
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Unit 3, Lesson 5

  1. 1. What Conflicts Occurred Among American Indians? <ul><li>By Mr. Casey </li></ul>
  2. 2. AGENDA <ul><li>New Vocabulary Words </li></ul><ul><li>What Conflicts Occurred Among American Indians? </li></ul>
  3. 3. Rivalr y <ul><li>Rivalry (noun) - a relationship in which people or groups compete for the same thing </li></ul>
  4. 4. Rivalr y
  5. 5. Advantage <ul><li>Advantage (noun) - a condition or circumstance that puts one person a superior position </li></ul>
  6. 6. Advantage
  7. 7. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian <ul><li>Long before the Europeans arrived, American Indians (Native Americans) fought and competed with each other for land and resources </li></ul>
  8. 8. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian Powhatan 1. Inherits an empire of five tribes 2. Captures 24 more tribes and their land 3. They are forced to pay taxes (copper, pelts, food) 4. Powhatan controls 9,000 people and more than 120 villages 5. His kingdom will stretch from the potomac river to Suffolk, virginia
  9. 9. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian
  10. 10. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian THE ARRIVAL OF EUROPEAN SETTLERS CREATES MORE TENSION AND COMPETITION. 1. COMPETITION OVER LAND 2. AMERICAN INDIANS FORM ALLIANCES 3. TRADE GIVES SOME TRIBES A STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE (WEAPONS)
  11. 11. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian THe Beaver wars- 1640-1701 IROQUOIS AND HURON FIGHT OVER BEAVER TRAPPING LAND
  12. 12. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian THe Beaver wars *THE huron TRADE FURS WITH THE french *THE iroquois TRADE FURS WITH THE dutch THE IROQUOIS KILL OFF MOST OF THE BEAVER IN THEIR TERRITORY. THEY WANT THEIR NEIGHBORS HUNTING LAND, SO THEY ATTACK THE HURON AND SURROUNDING TRIBES AND DRIVE THEM OFF THE LAND (Dutch weapons give them an advantage) .
  13. 13. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian THe Beaver wars IN THE LATE 16OO’S -ALGONQUIAN, WITH HELP FROM THE FRENCH AND SURROUNDING TRIBES, DRIVE THE IROQUOIS BACK. THIS leads to the peace treaty of 1701 .
  14. 14. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian Lakota v. Ojibwa THE OJIBWA PUSH WEST INTO LAKOTA LAND. THEY HAVE AN ADVANTAGE (WEAPONS) OVER THE LAKOTA. THEY EVENTUALLY PUSH THE LAKOTA OFF THEIR LANDS NEAR THE GREAT LAKES. THE LAKOTA MOVE WEST PUSHING OTHER TRIBES OFF THEIR LAND. THE LAKOTA BEGIN TRADING FOR HORSES AND GUNS (Giving them an advantage over other tribes) AND EVENTUALLY BECOME KNOWN AS GREAT HUNTERS AND WARRIORS.
  15. 15. American Indian v. American Indian American Indian American Indian
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