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In the British Colonies to the south of Quebec, dwelt a group of natives called, Iroquois, again a group of many tribes sharing a similar language. Generally agrarian, less nomadic, and more aggressive, in my view the Iroquois were as different from the Algonquin as the English settlers were from their French counterparts. Although the English and Iroquois did not share the amicable relationship enjoyed by the French and Algonquin, they did frequently bond in the long term struggle between the two European colonies, and these alliances helped shape the history if eastern North America well past the American war for independence more than a century after the immigration of François Allard to Quebec. Read More 
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