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Native Americans' in the War
The British will win and protect our liberties.
How can you forget about the Americans? We must stay loyal to them!
Bring this to the Culper Spy Ring. Make sure the message gets to Washington!
Native Americans were stuck deciding between fighting for the British or the Americans. Some stayed neutral. Some Natives sided with the Americans because they felt a certain loyalty to them. Some Natives sided with the British because they thought that if they would win the war, their liberties would be protected.
The three methods were: masked letters, black chamber operations, and cipher/codes. All were a way of keeping things secret. Spies for the American side were Benjamin Tallmadge and Nathan Hale. Spies for the British side were Benedict Arnold and Thomas Hickey.
Weapons used in the war varied from pistols to swords and to cannons. Tomahawks were also used and originated from the native American tribe Algonquian. A lot of tactics were used in the war such as the linear tactics and the guerilla tactics.
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