Coming Of Age In The Dawnland Analysis

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The purpose of the author in Coming of Age in the Dawnland from 1491 is to inform us readers about how there was a misinterpretation in which many people thought the Indians were barbarians. Also that Europeans and the Indian settlers did not have much differences in contrast they had lots of similarities. I say this because from my knowledge about the Indians they try to make them seem like savages. For example, “The primary goal of Dawnland education was molding character. Men and women were expected to be brave, hardy, honest, and uncomplaining” (pg.29 182-183 This quote makes them seem as if they are trained to be destructively disciplined. “ Pilgrim writers universally reported that Wampanoag families were close and loving—more so
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