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it's a multiple choise.

A. They allied themselves with the British, who had tried to protect them against American encroachment.

B. They allied themselves with the Americans, since the British had failed to protect them from American encroachment.

C. Most tribes officially maintained neutrality but secretly aided one side or the other.

D. They divided in allegiance, just as many white Americans did.

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During the American Revolution the Native Americans fought in either side, American or British.

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