Aboriginal People And Historical Globalization Summary

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Aboriginal People and Historical Globalizations Aboriginal People lived in North America. They were the first people to step into North America, but when the European countries tried to find a way to get to Asia by sending explorers, one of them was Christopher Columbus who sailed to find the routes to Asia. When he reached North America, he found the new land where he met the Aboriginals. This was the time of historical globalization.The English people took them and put them in residential school because “it was best for the future of aboriginal people”. They assimilated the aboriginals, made them isolated, and they dominated them because they were more imperial. The quote justifies how the aboriginals were treated in such a catastrophic

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