The Enslavement of the American Indian in Colonial Times

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Joyous Publishing, 2005 - History - 244 pages
This is a nonfiction account of how the colonists, in what is now the eastern and southern United States and Canada, used enslavement as a weapon of war in an effort to destroy the Indian nations and obtain the land for their own use. The English, Dutch, French, and Spanish colonists all employed enslavement of Indians as a policy until the end of the 18th century.

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Contents

The Pilgrims and the Pequots
26
The French in Canada
68
The English and the Westo
82
The Traders and the Neophytes
103
The Tuscarora and Yamassee Wars
131
The End of the Trade in Carolina
170
The French in Louisiana
185
The French and the Natchez
205
Conclusion
223
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