• ayee_ciera
What factors led to violence between the Puritans and the Pequot Indians?select all that apply A. their relationship weakened due to conflict over fishing territories B.The Puritans accused the Pequots of killing an English trader C.The Pequots formed an alliance with enemies of the Puritans D. Tension existed as a result of territorial expansion
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  • Photon336
the war was fought over territory and trading rights. I.E. the plymouth colony had a deed claiming that they purchased land from the Pequot indians. I guess it D makes sense. C i'm not too sure but the enemies of the Pequot tribe allied with the colonist against the Pequots not the other way around. B i think this was true because the pequots were also accused of killing captain john stone/john oldham which caused the puritans to distract the pequots. A.i think this is true, also.

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