Which was a consequence of Native American involvement in the Revolutionary War?
A.American protection of Cherokee lands following the war
B. France and Spain deciding that the U.S. was a worthwhile ally
C. The assimilation of Mohawk land into Spanish territory
D. The disintegration of the Iroquois Confederacy
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From what i gathered from research is that most of the Native American tribes east of the Mississippi were uncertain about which side, if either, to take during the Revolutionary War, and many remained neutral. A number of tribes, however, feared the Revolution would replace the British--who had worked hard to protect their lands from colonial encroachments--with the land-hungry colonials. As a result, these tribes fought with the British or took advantage of the situation and acted against the colonists on their own. Patriots viewed the Indians as a threat throughout the war. The patriots' use of the term savages for the Native Americans gives a good indication of their overall attitude toward most tribes. Some of this info is from Wikipedia
And as for the Iroquois Confederacy, the American Revolution was disastrous for them. The confederacy, as such, refused to take part in the conflict but allowed each tribe to decide for itself, and all the tribes, except the Oneida, joined the British. Samuel Kirkland, a Protestant missionary, was largely responsible for winning over the Oneida, who rallied to the side of the colonists after remaining neutral for two years. that only brought division amongst them