During the time of the Revolution, many American Indian communities were forced into the difficult position of choosing to support either the British or the Patriot cause. Others attempted to remain neutral or to tread a middle ground between the warring groups. Unfortunately, these choices would impact the lives of their people for generations to come.
In this presentation, Dr. Blume will examine the Native American response to the American Revolution and the consequences that followed.
This is a DHF Speakers Bureau program hosted by the Milton Historical Society.
Funded project of the Delaware Humanities Forum. The Delaware Humanities Forum is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.