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,
Their way of life was also harmed because with the expansion came the building of a railroad. The U.S. citizens were killing buffalo to feed railroad workers and to give leather to factories. Around 1 million buffalo were killed each year and soon they were dying off. In document five, it shows what each part of the buffalo was used for. It shows that the Native Americans used every part of the animals just to survive.
Cuitlahuac Soon died from Chickenpox. Then Cuauhtémoc took throne, how is Cuitlahuac’s nephew. The Spaniards brought Chickenpox, Measles, Mumps, and a few other dieses from Europe. It is estimated that almost 80 percent of the Aztec population was killed by dieses, this is because the Aztecs having no immunity to these dieses what so ever. The Spanish retreated from Tenochtitlan, by fighting their way out, away from the angry mobs.
This destruction was the dust bowl of the 1930’s. The dust bowl was a man-made and natural disaster that devastated America and messed with millions of lives. To begin the dust bowl lasted for many years. To follow, Farmers plowed fields when there was no water and dried up the land, the crops took all the water, and the drought killed crops. Furthermore, One-third of people lived on farms, they were being kicked of the land because WW1 made the prices fall, and raised how many crops were made.
Not even his own people accepted him when he returned. Finally, the land that Columbus so-called discovered, was already filled with millions of indigenous people. Entire towns and empires were built and prospering, yet Columbus is taking all the credit. Specifically the Taino tribe in the Bahamas was an accomplished city was already in place (Fraser). Instead of respecting these cities that were already built, he decided to destroy them to try and achieve
His village fell victim to a massacre in 1851. This is two of the many reasons why Geronimo came into leadership. Through the countless raids and wars the Apaches fought, it unfortunately led him to be a prisoner of war for the rest of his 23 years. Geronimo only ended up surrendering to the United Sates General and soldiers in 1886 because his followers and himself were too outnumbered. Normally this would not have even fazed Geronimo or gave him the second thought of surrendering but his followers and fellow Apaches were way too exhausted from the constant sequence of events that happened prior to the surrendering to be bale to keep fighting for their land and their human rights.
The purpose of the settlement was to acquire natural resources for profit and to spread Christianity. Even though it was a very immense plan, 80% of the settlers died within the first four years. The question is what are the reasons so many colonist die in Jamestown between 1607 and 1611? So many colonists died because of their terrible relations with Powhatan Indians, lack of clean water,
The Cherokees had to leave everything behind and on the journey 4,000 had died. Jackson ignored that the Indians had lived on that land for many generations and were being forced to give up their homes. Jackson can be denounced as a fraud and an opportunist who wrecked the U.S economy in the 1800s. He did not hesitate to use his presidential power and he was often referred negatively as “ King Andrew I” for his autocratic behavior. Indians were treated unfairly even when they tried to adopt American customs.
The Europeans came to America for many reasons but the biggest was wealth. One thing they brought with them was smallpox which had disastrous effects because the Cherokee’s immune system was never introduced to the disease. The medicine men were incapable of finding a cure so they went to the traditional purification treatment, sitting in sweat houses before wading in the chilling streams. This treatment only increased the number of deaths which was around 7,000 to 10,000 Cherokees. The Cherokees tribe suffered heavy losses due to the illness and at the end nearly half of the tribe was dead.
Imagine being born looking around and the first thing you see is your suffering mother and how the world mistreats her and her people.From 1525 to 1866 12.7 million africans were brought to the new world leaving back their livelihood around 10 million actually survived to make it to slavery and it was a horrible time period for these africans and it continued for many years.Slavery was a time where africans brought from Africa were treated like animals who had to work with no pay along with harsh treatments and woman had to deal with rape as well.Also children weren 't safe from this mistreatment they were beaten to a pulp and had harsh labors just like the adults so you would not want to be born in this time period if you were black.What the