Politics and Indigenous Relations in the New England Colonies

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Joshua J. Mark
by Khan Academy
published on 01 February 2021
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The New England colonies differed from the Chesapeake colonies in their economies and environments. However, as Kim Kutz Elliott discusses, both regions shared forms of government that were unusually democratic for the time period, as well as a policy of excluding Native Americans from their societies.



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Academy, K. (2021, February 01). Politics and Indigenous Relations in the New England Colonies. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2269/politics-and-indigenous-relations-in-the-new-engla/

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Academy, Khan. "Politics and Indigenous Relations in the New England Colonies." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified February 01, 2021. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2269/politics-and-indigenous-relations-in-the-new-engla/.

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