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Trade offerings of guns, ammunition, tobacco, and rum were discarded because the English felt it too expensive. The Natives were now faced with widespread fraudulent business practices and were left out of negotiations for westward settlement expansion...
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The Natives were now faced with widespread fraudulent business practices and were left out of negotiations for westward settlement expansion. Historians agree this event is the reason for Pontiac's response. Pontiac was displeased with the new trade regulations and sought to regain control in the affected area...
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