beginning around 1850, violence between native americans and settlers traveling along the oregon trail increased. what was the primary reason for the increase in violence? A. The Native Americans began fencing their territory to keep pioneers out. B. The number of pioneers traveling along the route grew dramatically. C. Commercial hunters began to kill large numbers of bison for hides. D. The Native Americans violated treaties thy had previously signed.
B its b . The number of pioneers traveling along the route grew dramatically.