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The Treaty of Paris 1783 ended the American War for Independence, but it did not bring peace to North America. After 1783, warfare and violence continued between Americans and Native Americans. So how did the early United States attempt to create peace for itsnew nation?
Michael Oberg, a Distinguished Professor of History at the State University of New York-Geneseo and the author of Peacemakers: The Iroquois, the United States, and the Treaty of Canandaigua, joins us to investigate how the United States worked with the Haudenosaunee or Six Nations peoples to create peace through the Treaty of Canandaigua, 1794.
Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/264
- Episode 029: Colin Calloway, The Victory With No Name
- Episode 163: The American Revolution in North America
- Episode 184: David J. Silverman, Thundersticks
- Episode 179: George Van Cleve, After the Revolution
- Episode 223: Susan Sleeper-Smith, A Native American History of the Ohio River Valley & Great Lakes Region
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