1. Who was Jeffrey Amherst- and why did he cut the ceremonial trade goods used to cement alliances? Why was this seen as a significant concern to Indigenous Peoples?
  2. Who was Obwaandi’eyaag and what action did he attempt to achieve?
  3. What did the concept of nativistic movements have to do with Obwaandi’eyaag’s goal?
  4. Who was Neolin and what was his connection to Obwaandi’eyaag’s goal?
  5. What was Amherst’s brutal reaction to the Indigenous resistance at this time, and what was the recommendation of those who were better acquainted with Indigenous Peoples?
  6. In Sir William Johnson’s attempt to negotiate peace at Fort Niagara, what was a key stipulation set forth by Obwaandi’eyaag in a separate agreement?
  7. What impact did the Quebec Act of 1774 have on the fur trade AND impeding colonial war?
  8. What roles did KoñwatsiË€tsiaiéñni (Mary Brant) and her brother Thayendanegea (Joseph Brant) play in the conflict that ensued after the American invasion of 1775?
  9. The 1763 Royal Proclamation typically receives the most attention from historians; however, there were also proclamations in 1761 and 1762. What did these proclamations address?
  10. How did the British define Aboriginal title in the 1760s?
  11. What were the immediate results of the Royal Proclamation of 1763?
  12. What were some of the terms of early British treaties with Indigenous Peoples?
  13. What is meant by fee simple title?
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