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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!
  • Espionage
  • Bring this to the Culper Spy Ring. Make sure the message gets to Washington!
  • Weapons
  • 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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