According to document four, the colonists were that they will become slaves to the British. They also fear that having their opinions and needs being disregarded, and be forced to abide by the British’s rule unfairly. As a result, they choose to rebel because they want to be independent and prevent further mistreatment from the British. According to documents five, six, and seven, the King of Britain is a tyrant and sullen-tempered. The colonists fear the tyranny they will be exposed to if they were still under the British’s rule.
According to Document D, there was mistrust between the British colonists and the Native Americans. There was mistrust between the two because the colonist forced the Native Americans to trade goods, which was unfair to the Natives because it was not their fault they were unprepared. Native Americans and the English settlers couldn’t get along, and because this happened, this led to war, which led to death. Also those who were wounded or injured did not have enough doctors or surgeons to help( Doc.C). Also, according to document E, 144 colonists died by the attack of the Native Americans in the years of 1607 to 1610.
Some colonists died at Jamestown because of the poor relationships they had with the Natives. First, some colonists died because of Native American attacks. This is significant because the colonists sometimes treated the Natives horribly, causing the Natives to fight back. Also, the Native Americans were forced to trade with the colonists. Because of this, the Natives retaliated and attacked the colonists.
“Some harshe and (cruel) dealinge by cutting of towe(two) of the Salvages heads and other extremetyes.”(Hume 61). The colonist’s bad relationship with the Native Americans led to many deaths. “Although still part of Powhatan’s Confederacy, the tribe had seen less of the English that had those closer at hand and with luck might be more friendly. And so it proved.”(Hume 61). The Natives did not trust the English, so they were hesitant about trading.
Second, those who sailed to Virginia came from one of two backgrounds: the gentlemen or the vagrant class. Those within the gentlemen class were skilled in a specialized trade, and generally refused to participate in farming because it was beneath them. Meanwhile, English vagrants simply did not understand how to farm; rather, they relied on begging or stealing to survive. Finally, conflict arose between the settlers and the Native Americans. The complications between the two groups was sparked by the colonists ' abuse of trade agreements and theft of food from the natives.
Relations between the Americans and Indians at the time of the Revolutionary war are indecisive. Many of the tribes tried to stay neutral during the quarrels of the white people, since either way the war ended, the same result would ensue: they would lose more of their land to the white people. “Eventually, most of Indian tribes sided with the British.” The Indians were not unlike the American patriots; they were fighting for their own freedom as well. Indians saw the Americans as a worse threat to their way of life than a king across a great ocean. (Calloway) At the same time, some other tribes did not want to fight; these tribes migrated away from the American civilizations; some went further west and others fled north to Canada.
Hence, the English settlers generated violence that lead to massacres. They wanted to have control over the Maoris people themselves. Likewise, the white settlers thought the Native Americans were less intelligent because they couldn’t build proper houses, and so treated them as the inferior group in the society. Not only that, but both groups were taken advantage of in terms of land and trading. For instance, the Maoris’ officials would let the settlers have a piece of their land, in exchange for goods.
Social Isolation: A Lack of Belonging in Ondaatje’s The English Patient Loneliness is a common, yet unpleasant emotional response to isolation. This feeling of loneliness may be provoked by a disconnection from society, sometimes because of a person’s race or their gender. In a society that is becoming increasingly liberal, many believe that this discrimination will become obsolete. However, in Ondaatje’s The English Patient, the characters’ nationalities and genders are made obvious, suggesting that a person’s race or gender can lead to a lack of a sense of belonging thereby preventing them from succeeding. Kirpal, an Indian man fighting for the British army, finds himself torn between his obligation to the army and his nationality.
On the other hand this created indignation by those in the country who are not benefitting economically from globalization. It is most likely that these high flow of immigrants face numerous challenges and racial bias. Adapting in a new country is difficult already especially when the cultural differences are big. But even when they do try to integrate, they are criticized for contributing to environmental degradation which is itself a prejudice of saying we don’t want to share our lifestyle and resources with you. Solutions Racism has affected the world for so long.
However they also realised that sugar was an incredibly difficult crop to grow because of the high temperatures, long hours and physical exertion needed which, unsurprisingly, lead to many Europeans not wanting to do the job – they required another solution. They initially enslaved the native population (Native Americans) but it became clear that this was not a permanent solution – the natives did not have the skills to farm and also began to contract diseases that the Europeans had brought with them such as measles and smallpox, so many Native Americans were literally worked to death. The next source of labour came from indentured servants who were men and women working for a specified amount of time, these were often criminals working for their freedom. However this also proved to be only a temporary solution due to the nature of the servants leaving after they had done their time. This left only one option in the minds of the Europeans; African slaves.
This is another reason Charles Town was hard to settle. Natives and disease added to the struggle to settle Charles Town. The relationship between settlers and natives were often strained, and fighting would ensue. Natives would often vandalize settlements and settlers would settle native land. Smallpox was also a threat.
Since the Colonist were on the losing side, in the beginning, they started to lose hope in winning the war. The colonial army started to decline and weaken because there was no point in fighting a war that unattainable to win. The colonists were now caught in a dilemma to continue fighting for the colonial army with a greater likelihood of losing or surrender to the British and continue being ruled under them. Since the war was near the brink of ending many of the colonists thought they were going to lose the war so they left the colonial army, but some stayed and continued
Captain Campbell felt uneasy about the new rules and laws the British had put into place, knowing that this might upset the Native Americans. As tension grew there was talk of how the French and the Spanish were going to unite to push the British out of North America. This talk had gotten many Indians to prepare for war and to choose sides of the war that might become. Chief Pontiac had felt that he must stay loyal to the French who had shown him generosity and kindness. He felt that the French had better ties to his people and would ultimately be better to his people than the British.
The relations between the early settlers and the native Americans were sour from the start of American settlement. The main cause of this bitterness was that fact that the first settlers aka puritans only saw Indians as savages and that the Indians would be never be equal to them, and the start of this conflict was when puritans started seizing native American land for their own use illegally. and even though most native Americans didn 't like the settlers some tribes sided with the settlers in future wars to come. The Pequot war was a long ongoing feud between settlers and some native tribes against the most powerful tribe in Rhode island: the Pequot tribe. and the most important day of this war which changed America was may 26, 1637 the massacre
Native Americans were seen as warlike savages that often fought with their European counterparts; however, the reality of Native Americans was that they lived a simplistic life and had a scare population within their tribes. Native Americans were viewed as warlike savages—namely, they invaded Europeans settlements in which were built on Native Americans land—however this is a stereotypical view and not the actual truth. Manifest Destiny led to these beliefs because of the Americans concept of expanding westward. According to a source, there was a plague that had killed 90% of Native Americans before Christopher Columbus arrived to North America. Native Americans populations already faced a drastic decline, with the Europeans diseases and expansion