How did the relations of the colonists with the Indian tribes develop?

The Indians helped the first colonists to survive the harsh winter. As the number of settlers increased, clashes began between them and the Indians. Local tribes were either destroyed or driven out of the colonies. The colonists justified these actions by religious convictions, the fight against idolatry.

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