Southeastern Indians and British settlers used both asocial and social forms of exchange, and thus commodity exchange was not a foreign concept to either party. Under the logic of mercantilism, the British were anxious about commodity exchange and strove to curtail the trading relationships formed between white Indian traders and Southeastern Indians. Southeastern Indian leaders envisioned their role as protecting their town’s consumers and traders. They negotiated trading terms and practices.
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