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British officials aspired to establish such a state even after the region was assigned to the United States in the Treaty of Paris ending the American Revolutionary Warbut abandoned their efforts in after losing military control of the region during the War of The rest of the expanded British territory was left to Native Americans.
The delineation of the Eastern Divide, following the Allegheny Ridge of the Appalachians, confirmed the limit to British settlement established at the Treaty of Eastonbefore Pontiac's War. Additionally, all European settlers in the territory who were mostly French were supposed to leave the territory or get official permission to stay.
Many of the settlers moved to New Orleans and the French land on the west side of the Mississippi particularly St. Louiswhich in turn had been ceded secretly to Spain to become Louisiana New Spain. However, many of the settlers remained and the British did not actively attempt to evict them.
However, several other aboriginal nations, particularly Shawnee and Mingo, continued to inhabit and claim their lands that had been sold to the British by other tribes. This conflict led to Dunmore's War inended by the Treaty of Camp Charlotte where these nations agreed to accept the Ohio River as the new boundary.
Restrictions on settlement were to become a flash point in the American Revolutionary Warfollowing the Henderson Purchase of much of Kentucky from the Cherokee in The renegade Cherokee chief Dragging Canoe did not agree to the sale, nor did the Royal Government in London, which forbade settlement in this region.
As an act of revolution in defiance of the crown, white pioneer settlers began pouring into Kentucky inopposed by Dragging Canoe in the Cherokee—American warswhich continued until The Scratch of a Pen: and the Transformation of North America (Pivotal Moments in American History) Reprint Edition.
After setting the stage in his first chapter, Calloway, in chapter two, covers Pontiac's War, “which dominated the year from spring to fall” (17). Chapter three examines the impact of the war on Indians, settlers, and soldiers and the increasing efforts to define boundaries and to separate Indians and whites.
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He mentions that the racial violence of the French and Indian war had eroded the “middle grounds” that had been patiently established between white (mostly French) traders and western Indians (15).
The transformation of North America in was an important year in American History because it was an ending of a long warfare in Europe and America. In the book called “The Scratch of a Pen and the transformation of North America”, written by Colin G.
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