Did Native Americans receive us relations well?
yes and no
Then English had very poor relations with the Native Americans because of distinct cultural differences. The English were Eurocentric in that they believed their culture was superior to all others. By the time the English met the Native Americans, they were already well read, politically established, had structured military, and had successfully spread Christian values. To them, the Native Americans appeared to be savages.
Like the other colonies, relations between the settlers and the Native Americans were often hostile. Although the relationship wasn't nearly as bad as in some of the colonies, the relationship eventually deteriorated as well, and led to war between the settlers and Chief Pontiac's tribe. The tribe was defeated and moved west, as did most of the Native Americans along the east coast.
The Native Americans were not treated well by Massachusetts. The Massachusetts colony wanted to trade but the Native Americans did not want to. It ended up in sharing of land wherein Massachusetts colony got the part close to other colonies and the Native Americans got the farthest parts of the land.
The majority of Native American groups got along very well with the Mormon pioneers. Mormons believe that Native Americans are descendants of the people mentioned in the Book of Mormon, which are in turn descendants of the ancient Israelites from the Old Testament. Because of this, they treated the Native Americans with respect and dignity. Many Native Americans during this time were converted to the Church, and still today there are Mormon congregations on most…