|Caption||In the course of its history America has seen many struggles, but there has probably been none so saddening as the long Indian struggle for survival. Their last real chance of victory occured is the State of Michigan. To the right: Pontiac - the great Indian chief who marshalled his people in a massive stand against the British. Original artwork for the illustration on p26 of Look and Learn issue no. 412 (6 December 1969).|
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|Keywords||America USA Michigan British army American colonies American Indians canoe wigwam map Pontiac Indian chief Mohican hairstyle|
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