The impact of the Fraser River gold rush on first nations
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We must declare New Caledonia,We have to keep the gold out of the Americans hands!!
The miners arrived at New Caledonia,to mine the discovered gold .
They mined away, as they disrupted the natives by polluting the natives water
The pollution resulted in seven violent conflicts between first Nations, and the miners including the Fraser Canyon War in 1858.
Douglas instructed government agents to make deals with the first nations to settle territorial disputes.
his plan was to create reserves to protect first nations land
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