By mid 1960s, there emerged severe crises that prepared the American colonies. The initial tensions were caused by steady increased population. There were large number of settlers who were in need of land, additional accommodation and dwelling places, great food supplies and enlarged transportation networks and trade. Native Americans were the direct preys who were suffering lots of mistreatments at the hands of the colonists where they were struggling to……
 Chudacoff, Howard P., Judith Smith, and Peter Baldwin. The evolution of American urban society. Routledge, 2016.
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