Why did the native Americans of the southwest have to leave their land?
The white people wanted to have the lands all to themselves so they were forced out.
What are three sentences summarizing the long term effects of the white farmers wanting the native Americans land?
Americans kept moving onto the land given to the Native Americans. Fighting broke out and after the Battle of Fallen Timbers, the Native Americans' hopes of keeping their land was crushed. The Native Americans agreed to surrender most of their land in present-day Ohio under the Treaty of Greenville. (The Americans got the land)
What benefits resulted the relationship of the French and the Native Americans in the Great Lakes and Lawrence River region?
The benefits were that the Native Americans thought they might win their land back if the French won. Because they sided with the French, they thought they would get at least part of the land they were fighting for that was originally the Native Americans'. When the French and Native Americans won, the French did not give the Native Americans any part of the land.