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The Englishmen were disrupting the natives, hunting, faming and general way of life. They encroached on ancestral land and caused the death of many an Indian. Oh, and he was convinced, with reason, that the Plimouth settlers' killed his older brother.

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English settlers were building their towns on Wampanoag lands and were beginning to take over the Wampanoag lands.

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