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Natives Meet Europeans. 8-1.2. Relationships gone bad!. The Natives and the European got along fine at first contact! The Europeans actually depended on the Natives for survival!.

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Relationships gone bad
Relationships gone bad!

  • The Natives and the European got along fine at first contact! The Europeans actually depended on the Natives for survival!


  • Alliances & land agreements were made between the Natives and the Europeans which greatly impacted the Cherokees, Catawba, & Yemassee.

  • Different understandings of the terms “land agreement” and “treaties” led to the destruction of their relationship!



Catawba
Catawba

  • Helped to protect settlers from other hostile Native tribes!

  • Died from small pox


Cherokee
Cherokee

  • Helped the settlers fight against the Yemassee attack!

  • Settled mostly in the Up Country.

  • British signed a treaty with the Cherokees! Cherokees thought it was a treaty, while the Europeans sought sovereignty!

  • This led to the Cherokee War.


Yemassee
Yemassee

  • Came from Florida fleeing the Spanish!

  • Initially there was peace in SC, until Yemassee attacked settlers for unfair Trade cost.

  • Cherokees and settlers killed many of the Yemassee during the Yemassee war!


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