William A. Starna and JosÃ© AntÃ³nio Brandao Ë hence, economic strategies employed by the Mohawks in this war presaged or established the pattern for Iroquois involvement in the Beaver Wars cannot be sustained. Instead, the actions of the Mohawks were but a continuation of the enmity that characterized Indian relationships throughout the St. Lawrence and the lower Great Lakes region, and they were only loosely tied to any of the economic concerns of the fur trade.5 By about 1580, the St. Lawrence Iroquoians had been driven from their villages by the Hurons, the Mohawks, and perhaps other Iroquois groups.6 Their remaining populations were absorbed by the Huron-Petuns, the eastern Iroquois, the Abenakis, and possibly the Ottawa River Algonquians.7 Also about this time, noticeable quantities of European goods entered the St. Lawrence Valley and began to appear among the eastern Iroquois.8 The valley above Tadoussac, formerly the home of the St. Lawrence Iroquoians, remained essentially devoid of permanently residing Indians into the seventeenth century, although it was not devoid of conï¬ict. Indian warfare in the valley was part of a historical pattern, the origins and duration of which are lost in time, and it did not end with the
Ethnohistory – Duke University Press
Published: Oct 1, 2004
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