Where did the term Indian Giver come from?

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Indian giver is a term given by "white Man" When the natives and the whites traded the whites gave the natives nice things in exchange for fur, food, and safety... untill the white men stopped trading for good material and gave bad, when the natives relized this after a certain trade, they confronted the whites and took all there prized belongings back saying they did them wrong and refused to trade with them any more. thus for getting the name "indian giver" because of unfare trading circumstances upon the natives and greedyness of the whites.
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