The Chickasaws: Terms Set Forth by the British

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Richard Green notes that the British needed manpower: Indian slaves to work their sugar cane plantations in the Caribbean. Once the Chickasaws – however reluctantly – decided to accept these agonizing terms, there was no turning back.


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