Friday, May 27, 2011

During the colonial wars of the first half of the eighteenth century, the Iroquois and their allies...

  • broke up their confederation under the strain of prolonged warfare.
  • abandoned their "covenant chain" of treaties with Pennsylvania tribes. 
  • adopted a policy of neutrality, exploiting the opportunities for trade with both France and Britain. 
  • favored the French over the British. 

ANSWER: the Iroquois and their allies adopted a policy of neutrality, exploiting the opportunities for trade with both France and Britain. 

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