In DOC.E you can see just how many conflicts the two groups had. If the colonists would have been kind to the indians and then asked for help the indians may have helped the colonists learn how to plant crops and get a fresh supply of water which in the end would have led to very few casualties for the colonists. Although to survive you definitely had to have made tough decisions, In the end Jamestown was successful.The colonists had no idea what they were going into upon arrival in Jamestown, and many died. Why did so many of the Jamestown colonists die? In the end the cause of death for many colonists was starvation,disease, and their unstable relationship with the Powhatans, but because of those who survived the creation of America was made
This weakened the natives in war as they had very little men to send to resist the colonists. Those who were captured were enslaved and after the war the word “Pequot” was outlawed. Along with disease and weak immune systems the natives were plagued by death for the next few centuries. In conclusion, both Native Americans and New England colonists were affected by colonialism because of the various of actions they both experienced. Both were affected by false peace,
The Patriots were feeling defeated after the first 2 years of war, and the makeshift Pennsylvania winter camp didn 't add to their spirits. Valley Forge was a tough time for the American Army, and many soldiers wanted to quit because of the hardships. If I were a soldier, I would have quit Valley Forge for a multitude of reasons. The living conditions were inadequate, there was a minimal amount of supplies, and illness and death was common in the camp. In essence, the cons of staying at Valley Forge outweighed the Pros.
FEMA was established in 1979 when people started to complain that because of lack of resources country was not able to rescue or do them properly. In the case of Katrina in Louisiana, even though the FEMA was established they did not follow any plan to rescue the victims. People were trapped for many days without food and shelter, if only plans were implemented, lives would have been saved. The states did their entire job as they send so many letters to federal for help, but it was a federal responsibility to do the next step. Maybe because of miscommunication or misunderstanding planning were going really slow and people were blaming the government for the poor management and the states were blaming government and government were blaming states.
In 1979, around 100,000 Soviet troops were sent into Afghanistan. However, many had not been trained effectively with only 3 months training. Furthermore, the soldiers were not used to the Guerrilla warfare used by the opposing side and wounded soldiers received minimal care. This meant the social influence of the Communist Party decreased as soldiers didn’t want to fight and the Russian public were angry with the Communist Party for going into what seemed to be a useless war without trained
Over the years the Powhatan, Nanticoke, and the Piscataway ethnic groups have lost many of their people. This was because the ethnic groups did not have any way to fight off the new disease that the colonies had brought to their land and they had no way to treat their people once they got the disease. Some of the new disease that hurt the natives where smallpox, cholera, and measles. (learnnc.org) “During the beginning of the colonies coming to the Indian’s lands, everyone was friendly towards each
It is about midday and we are turning towards land even though we go and collect food it is only grain and vegetables very rarely we get meat but that’s only when we find it. A few members of the crew have become sick because of their bad diet and the lack of medical supplies. One of the other ships that left before us all got infected with measles and they have been forced to stay on land until they recover. Today I had to polish the swords and I smell like oil and I can 't get to sleep because the guy laying under me also smells like oil, it was very hard work and my hands are covered in cuts . When I washed my hands in the water I forgot the water was salt and my cuts are still stinging.
Jewtown people were starving themselves to save just a few dollars. All these living styles were struggling in some way. The ethnic groups all had their own way of dealing with their misfortune and health. A lot of people from the ethnic groups had a very rough life because of these, because they all did not have enough money to pay if they got sick or some terrible disease cause them major illness. The three different ethnic groups living conditions were similar and different because they were all not very wealthy and well fed.
Slave homes were not supplied with the accommodations of their slave-owners. The housing that slaves resided in lacked features conducive to healthy living, slave’s homes were usually crowded with several generations residing in a small area on dirt floors. In addition, they were not supplied with outhouses instead they would often dig ditches (latrines) to handle urinary and bowel movements, which could contaminate water. Food preparation was also done in unsanitary conditions. Although slaves were provided with weekly rations of food that was thought to be sufficient for survival they were severely malnourished as their diet lacked in vitamin c, calcium, protein, iron and other essential minerals even after they added fruits, vegetables,