Eastern Woodland Indian Stalking with War Club and Knife

Price: $48.00


W. Britain

Friction between the Europeans and the Native people increased as more and more settlers moved westward clearing fields and building communities. Disputes ranged from personal insults, unfair trade or regional policy and often became violent.

Harvest time was often the season the Europeans and Native peoples alike made war, knowing that destroying the enemy's food crop before winter would be devastating.