Native Americans of South Carolina
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This paper examines the relationship of the South Carolina Creeks, the native peoples of this region, with the English settlers. The Creek suffered several setbacks in this relationship throughout the 18th Century, especially in regard to trade in wild game. According to the paper, conflict was inevitable between the Creek and the English.
From the Paper:"The South Carolina Creeks claimed a special place with the English, or so they thought. The Creek suffered several setbacks in this relationship throughout the 18th Century. The pressure of trade in regards to wild game increased--populations were decreasing--and settlers were flooding the backcountry. Conflict was inevitable between the Creek and the English. It is important to note that the backcountry offered a "frontier exchange economy" until the mid 1750's when the clashes between the settlers and the Creek occurred more often ..."
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Native Americans of South Carolina (2008, December 01) Retrieved July 07, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/descriptive-essay/native-americans-of-south-carolina-139430/
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