Pontiac's uprising against British colonialism in Michigan 1763-1766.

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Majid Hameed Breej, Maria Hassan Altimami


The research deals with the refusal of the American Indians led by Pontiac to the presence of the British colonizer in Detroit (Michigan), due to the British policy being characterized by arrogance and arrogance in their treatment of the American Indians, as they began to seize and expand on the lands of the American Indians and expand it indifferent to its original inhabitants. Therefore, the Pontiac uprising was only a reaction to the bad British policy, and that uprising inflicted heavy losses on the British forces. that the British make peace with Pontiac, and on his terms, and this indicates the strength of Pontiac's personality and his position among the American Indian tribes and his influence on the conduct of the political, military and commercial situation in Michigan.

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