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Metalware, such as brass kettles and iron hunting tools, was especially desired. In addition, the Mohawks obtained duffel cloth, biscuits, and flour. They also traded with the Dutch for wampum, which was of great ceremonial value to the Iroquois. Wampum was produced by the Montauk, Shinnecock, and other Indian nations living on what is now Long Island, New York; then a territory colonized by Dutch merchants and settlers. The Dutch contracted with Long Island Indians to increase their production of wampum because it was in such high demand by the Iroquois.
49 50 THE MOHAWK forest—to the English king, George II. The agreement between the Mohawks and the king stipulated that neither could sell nor transfer any of the land without the consent of the other. The Mohawks hoped that their lands were finally safe from settlers’ advances. However, the British government was either unable or unwilling to protect Natives from illegal sales. Throughout the 1730s and 1740s, the Mohawks brought numerous complaints to local officials, asserting that colonists were moving into their territory.
Although the Mohawks repeatedly sought redress in this case, it was not until 1768 that the government completed an investigation. An agreement was finally reached in which the Mohawks consented to sell the eastern portion of the original tract for $5,000. They retained a smaller section to the west. As more settlers moved into the Mohawk Valley, trading posts expanded their operations, relying on both Native and immigrant commerce. Posts were built all along the Mohawk River and even farther west as an increased British military presence made colonists and merchants feel secure.