Pontiac's Rebellion:  The British took over Frances forts after their forces withdrew. The British refused to give the Native Americans supplies, and when they moved onto the Native Americans land, they  attacked the British settlers and destroyed many of their forts. The British fought back and killed many Indians, even some who hadn't attacked them.

Pontiac's Rebellion: The British took over Frances forts after their forces withdrew. The British refused to give the Native Americans supplies, and when they moved onto the Native Americans land, they attacked the British settlers and destroyed many of their forts. The British fought back and killed many Indians, even some who hadn't attacked them.

Pontiac's War- An attack led by Pontiac, an Ottawa chief who had fought on the side of the French, on British troops at Fort Detroit. It did not last long and ended in October 1763.

Pontiac's War- An attack led by Pontiac, an Ottawa chief who had fought on the side of the French, on British troops at Fort Detroit. It did not last long and ended in October 1763.

Small Pox for the Lenape Indians, Pontiac War, 1763.

Small Pox for the Lenape Indians, Pontiac War, 1763.

Pontiac (died 1769). The Native American uprising of 1763 was called Pontiac's War or Pontiac's Rebellion, named for the Ottawa chief who led the siege against Fort Detroit and whom some British officials identified as the architect of a vast native conspiracy in the region.

Pontiac (died 1769). The Native American uprising of 1763 was called Pontiac's War or Pontiac's Rebellion, named for the Ottawa chief who led the siege against Fort Detroit and whom some British officials identified as the architect of a vast native conspiracy in the region.

The War Chief of the Ottawas: A Chronicle of the Pontiac War (Dodo Press)

The War Chief of the Ottawas: A Chronicle of the Pontiac War (Dodo Press)

Pontiac's War,Ottawa,Walmart

Pontiac's War, Pontiac's Conspiracy, or Pontiac's Rebellion was a war that was launched in 1763 by a loose confederation of elements of Native American tribes primarily from the Great Lakes region, the Illinois Country, and Ohio Country who were dissatisfied with British postwar policies in the Great Lakes region after the British victory in the French and Indian War (1754–1763).

Pontiac's War, Pontiac's Conspiracy, or Pontiac's Rebellion was a war that was launched in 1763 by a loose confederation of elements of Native American tribes primarily from the Great Lakes region, the Illinois Country, and Ohio Country who were dissatisfied with British postwar policies in the Great Lakes region after the British victory in the French and Indian War (1754–1763).

The Gospel According to St. Mark, trans. Joseph Brant into Mohawk, . Studied at the Moor's Indian Charity School, preparing for King's College (Columbia) when Pontiac's War, a terrorist campaign against multiple Native American tribes, broke out in 1763. He fled to safety at his Mohawk village Canajoharie, NY  Complete 1929 edition online, NYPL:  http://books.google.ch/books?id=uiUTAAAAYAAJ=frontcover=de=gbs_ge_summary_r=0#v=onepage=false  See Joseph Brant,

The Gospel According to St. Mark, trans. Joseph Brant into Mohawk, . Studied at the Moor's Indian Charity School, preparing for King's College (Columbia) when Pontiac's War, a terrorist campaign against multiple Native American tribes, broke out in 1763. He fled to safety at his Mohawk village Canajoharie, NY Complete 1929 edition online, NYPL: http://books.google.ch/books?id=uiUTAAAAYAAJ=frontcover=de=gbs_ge_summary_r=0#v=onepage=false See Joseph Brant,

French Indian War sites-Old Fort Wayne,Indiana, Braddock's Defeat, Pontiac's War sites - YouTube

French Indian War sites-Old Fort Wayne,Indiana, Braddock's Defeat, Pontiac's War sites - YouTube

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