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The policy of removal was eventually refined to allow for the relocation of indigenous peoples to specially designated and federally protected reservations in the United States.
From Europeans' first contact with the native inhabitants of the Americas in the late 15th century, the colonization of North America by the English, French, Spanish, Dutch and Swedish was resisted by various indigenous tribes.
The most significant conflicts of the early colonial period occurred in New Spain, mostly in the southern part of the continent in what is now Mexico and Central America, though brief violent contact did occur sporadically between natives and Spanish expeditions in the present-day southeastern and southwestern United States.
Conflict north of the modern Mexican border did not begin in earnest until the first part of the 17th century, when the English established the first permanent settlement at Jamestown.
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The American Indian Wars, or Indian Wars is the collective name for the various armed conflicts fought by European governments and colonists, and later American governments or their settlers, against the native peoples of North America.
During the early 19th century, the federal government was under pressure by settlers in many regions to expel Native Americans from their areas.
Others were moved to reservations west of the Mississippi River, most famously the Cherokee whose relocation was called the "Trail of Tears." For the Americans the American Revolutionary War was essentially two parallel wars: while the war in the east was a struggle against British rule, the war in the west was an "Indian War".In the Southeast, the Cherokee split into a neutral (or pro-patriot) faction and a pro-British faction, whom the Americans referred to as the Chickamauga Cherokee; they were led by Dragging Canoe. Both immigrant and native noncombatants suffered greatly during the war, and villages and food supplies were frequently destroyed during military expeditions.The largest of these expeditions was the Sullivan Expedition of 1779, which razed more than 40 Iroquois villages.Similarly, in the American Revolution and the War of 1812, Native American tribes in the territories of conflict differed in their alliances.Because the Cherokee supported the British in the Revolution and raided frontier American settlements, in the hopes of expelling the interlopers, rebel American forces mounted retaliations such as the Cherokee Expedition against them.
As the population of white settlers on the continent continued to increase, the size, duration, and intensity of armed conflicts between settlers and Native Americans grew to unprecedented degrees. government to enforce the large-scale removal of indigenous peoples who lived east of the Mississippi River to the sparsely populated western frontier.