What caused Pontiac's Rebellion?

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Pontiac, the chief of the Ottawa Native American tribe in 1763, revolted against the British soldiers who had invaded his homeland. The Native Americans protested the soldiers' presence by burning their forts and settlements. Fearing a war, King George III gave the land west of the Appalachian mountains to the native people.
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