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After many years of fighting with the French and their Native allies the war is finally over We have claimed Canada and almost all of North Americas We have taken Florida from the Spanish whom is an ally of France Although we signed a treaty with the Spanish allowing them to keep possessions of the lands west of the Mississippi River and the city of New Orleans there is one more problem The ally of the French the Native Americans still remains Although we have ownership of the Ohio Valley we have been attacked by many Natives American armies and they have taken over several of our forts We must bargain or offer something to the Natives to bring peace and stop the attacks and hopefully prevent future wars between us and the Natives The Natives feel as if they have been violated since we have been invading in their territory across the Appalachian Mountains Instead off making a law banning colonist to cross the Appalachians and invading the Natives we propose to offer the Natives a treaty in which we share the land that we have and they share the land they have This way the colonists have more land and so do the Natives It may be hard to make peace with the Natives after the war but we must do whatever it takes to become a unified society This treaty could work in advantage to both the Natives and the Colonists Both cultures can learn about one another and get a better understanding why the culture thinks that way Another beneficial purpose of living together with the Natives is trading We can engage in trading which would benefit both sides of the trade We can use the goods in which the Natives prosper in and they can use the goods in which we prosper in We will have to talk to the Natives and ask them if they agree
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