By Laurence Armand French, Magdaleno Manzanarez
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However, another conflict predated this event: King Philip’s War of 1675–1676. This Indian War is often overlooked because King Philip was not a European monarch. He was Metacom, also known as King Philip, a Wampanoag chief who led an alliance of tribes in fighting the Puritans of the Plymouth colony. With his death at the hands of the colonists in 1676, the eradication of the rest of the Indians continued until all major tribes were driven from what is now known as the New England states with Maine being the exception due to the fact that the state’s border with New Brunswick, Canada, was not settled until 1842.
The repartimiento system was eventually outlawed and replaced by the hacienda system. Under it, Indians and peasants were treated as indentured servants. Again, as in the previous systems of labor, the hacienda had little positive effect on the peasants, who were, for the most part, Indians and Mestizos. Some of these large estates consisted of hundreds of thousands of acres with one, the Sanchez Navarro hacienda, extending more than 11 million acres by the early 1600s. The conditions under which the laborers lived continued unabated until the Mexican Revolution of 1910 destroyed this system of indentured slavery and trickery.
S. independence, raising questions as to who was a federally recognized Indian. It is these statutory definitions, subjected to judicial review, that have regulated Indian policy from the late 18th century to the present. It was difficult to gain sympathy from the first leaders of the United States because most were slaveholders, including Washington and Jefferson. S. S. Grant’s term (1869–1877), all but three were slaveholders. 2 George Washington set the stage in September 1783 with his policy statement on “Indian and Land Policy” in which he referred to Indians as being less than human and equating them with wolves and other predatory animals.