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Q: What was the main cause of the increasing revolts against white settlers by Native Americans? A) The British were forcing the Native Americans to attack white settlers. B) White settlers
continued to move west and take over Native American lands. C) Native Americans were opposed to slavery. D) White settlers were launching surprise attacks on Native Americans.
A: The main cuase was B)White settlers continued to move west and take over Native American lands
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User: What was the main cause of the increasing revolts against white settlers by Native Americans? A) The British were forcing the Native Americans to attack white settlers. B) White settlers continued to move west and take over Native American lands. C) Native Americans were opposed to slavery. D) White settlers were launching surprise attacks on Native Americans.

Weegy: The main cuase was B)White settlers continued to move west and take over Native American lands
MrG|Points 1762|

User: How did William Henry Harrison, governor of the Indiana Territory, feel toward Native Americans? A) He felt they were equals and deserved fair treatment. B) He took great pride in the Native American culture. C) He thought they were unique and interesting. D) He was known for ill feelings toward Native Americans.

Weegy: D.) He was known for ill feelings towards the Native Americans.
wedekind|Points 1501|

User: What was the name of the leader of the War Hawks? A) Andrew Jackson B) William Henry Harrison C) Henry Clay D) Tecumseh

User: Why do some say that the outcome of the war of 1812 was peace without victory? A) The United States gained peace, but the British won. B) There was no clear winner and the issues that caused the war were not resolved in the peace treaty. C) Peace was reached, but the United States was forced to give up a great deal of land to Britain.

User: Who saved important papers from the capitol building when the British attacked Washington? A) Betsy Ross B) James Madison C) Dolley Madison D) Thomas Jefferson

Weegy: C) Dolley Madison saved the papers
Expert answered|MrG|Points 1762|

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