Indian response to English efforts on maintaining a solid relationship/control over Indians
King Philip's War: Indians all shared land, while as English believed that each had their own piece of land. As more and more english moved into the New England areas, the Indians started getting violent because the English were taking their land, which sparked a war between the Native Americans and the English, and the English won. The english then packed up these natives and sold them as slaves into the West Indies. The English cut of King Phillip's head and showcased it
Bacon's Rebellion: 1675-1676, located in Virginia, conflict between the English white planters and the Indians over territory, and Bacon was trying to lead a violent campaign over all Indians. He thought he deserved the land, dissatisfied with what the Indians and the Government were doing: burned Jamestown and governor Berkley fled. Bacon died. Shows us about the relationship between the Indians and the English at this time is not very good; much conflict is going on, and many are being killed.