Why did many native americans side with the british in the war

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They feared the loss of their lands if the colonists won independence.
So they could win the cold war
I think they resented the colonists for previous wars
Couse they were not going out
Because they believed Britain was doing the right thing

Explanation:

The British made many promises to the Native Americans to convince them that they should provide support to the British government and military in the Revolutionary War. Mostly over-promising the British provide mere trinkets and low money offers to the Indians who were not aware of they way they were being mislead. In saying this; it does not mean the Patriots were treating the Indians any better.

1. French and Indian War

2. Sons Of Liberty

4. Loyalists

5. Britain

6. Elijah Clarke

7. France

8. On3

9. a weak federal goverment with limited power

10. Citizens hoped it would give them an advantage when negotiating with Creek Indians

Explanation:

1.

2. The sons of liberty where formed from a small group call the liberty nine in the 1970s and were opposed to unfair taxation and boycott taxed goods.

4. These people were considered to be loyal to the English cause and considered as loyalists to the English thrown.

5. Native Americans sided with Britain because they were promised that their lands would be protected.

6. The patriot militia was led by Elijah Clark along with Andrew Pickens and John Dooley

7. France aided the colonial revolt against the British.

8. The branches of government where considered to be one legislative body called the congress of the United States.

9. The confederation considered the government as weak with limited power as the government used it as a guidance.

10. More and more people started to move into Georgia and push west into the Indian occupied lands where the indians wanted hold onto their lands.

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don't rely on me i'm just guessing

Explanation:

The British made many promises to the Native Americans to convince them that they should provide support to the British government and military in the Revolutionary War. Mostly over-promising the British provide mere trinkets and low money offers to the Indians who were not aware of they way they were being mislead. Just look it up.

The British made many promises to the Native Americans to convince them that they should provide support to the British government and military in the Revolutionary War. Mostly over-promising the British provide mere trinkets and low money offers to the Indians who were not aware of they way they were being mislead. Just look it up.



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