In particular, the Paiutes, who were the desert nomads, were constantly rebellious to the immigrants and other settlers. They continued their rebelliousness to nearly all non-Indians up to the 1840s, which the Anglos could not control. The U.S army resorted to constructing forts along the trails with a view to protect the influx of Europeans and American migrating into the area. The fight to the extreme end escalated with poor weather conditions marked by heavy rains and snow that caused extensive flooding. The natives found it difficult to survive and resorted to raiding the settlers’ cattle for survival.
There are roads being built on non-governmental land and it is causing a huge conflict between the Natives and the US government. Great planes expanse has gone through major Native American sites that are very important to them and their history. “A former tribal historic preservation officer of the Standing Rock Sioux, Mentz wore a baseball cap, rimless glasses and two thin braids of graying hair. He was upset and spoke rapidly about the area behind him, an expanse of the Great Plains cut by a new 150-foot-wide road.” (“Government Archaeologists Failed to Review the Dakota Access Pipeline”). Due to the archaeologists failing to see the real problem with both the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Great Planes Expanse, the US government is already budding heads with the Native Americans, which could lead to future problems with them.
After this Cochise had to escape without his family and apparently a few members of the Apache tribe were killed and caused Cochise to become more of a revenge killer than a war hero! Reasons for lawlessness in the southwest after the Mexican American War was the discovery of gold, days after Mexico ceded to the U.S. After years of forming mixed races between Mexican women and American men, Mexicans started to notice that Americans looked down on them causing acts of terror against the new government. Texas was the worst when it came to relations with Mexico where Anglo Texans were hostile to Mexicans To answer the one of the questions of how these acts of violence has changed over time, it was slow and steady
Throughout American history the American indians have been cheated and mistreated ever since we came to colonize. Even today as they struggle for support from the government, the need for funding and support was no greater than it was in the 1970’s. These natives were often stripped of their land and heritage and forced to live in reservations with horrible conditions. That all changed on February 27th of 1973 when the self alleged AIM group founded by Russell Means, Dennis Banks, and other notorious tribe leaders stormed the small town of Wounded Knee which was built on the grounds of a sacred burial site were more than 150 indian women and children had been laid to rest after a recent massacre. The militant group held the town for 71 days
Since the beginning of time Native Americans were never fully appreciated. Christopher Columbus voyaged to the New World and diminished what was left of the Native Americans along with their land. Tecumseh recognized the whites’ expansion westward as a threat to his people. In an effort to save Native American lands, Tecumseh ruled to organize a Native Confederacy that would fight the whites for land. When the U.S. opened up three million acres of land to whites the Native Americans could not stand by and wait to be moved or pushed further westward.
This government in America that people praise and protect everyday, has flaws and people who are corrupt. A recent example would be the Dakota Access Pipeline. Native Americans have been discriminated against since the pilgrims first arrived. Forced to move west due to the white settlers taking over the their territory and kill many who refuse to do what they say, caused the Native Americans to lose their land and dreams. This is similar to what is happening today.
“Battle of Little Bighorn” The Native Americans fought against union soldiers because, even after the union took over the Native Americans land and banished them to live Oklahoma, they came in and took the place they gave them to live in push that even farther west. After being pushed around so much and being taken out of lands that they have build houses on and farmed, they just couldn 't take it anymore. The lights have went far enough in the Indians decided to take matters into their own hands. Americans were constantly beating up, killing, and messing around with the Indian tribes. It wasn 't fair to the Indians that they were always getting the short end of the stick and never being accepted for who they were.
While John was giving him instructions, Johns secretary Jose, heard about this goldshipment and wanted the gold. So Jose made a posse to take down this shipment. While Fred was traveling, he got sick and was exrtremely exhausted. He had never been a field person. well just 50 miles from Dead Wood, Jose and his squad all waited in the canyons.
It was late 1875, when Sioux and Cheyenne Indian tribes left their reservations. They were very upset with the whites’ intrusion into their lands in the Black Hills. The Second Treaty of Fort Laramie gave the Indians exclusive property possession of the Dakota Territory. Then there was a discovery of Gold on the land, causing many intrusions.
I have come to address a major problem that our people have been facing. The white men are taking everything from us, they have taken our life, our language, our families, culture, and now our land. When will it stop? We can’t even fight back, because if we do, not only will we get killed, our culture becomes destroyed as well. Look at the Cheyenne tribe, they try to fight for their rights and what do they get?