The first contact between the Natives and puritans was for trade and diplomacy only. The puritans though that they needed to teach the native their religion, but they where still too outnumbered by the natives to try that until after the war. The puritans were very hostile and they did not let the natives into their colonies. They were racist and they even robbed some of the natives graves. The natives were relatively chill, but they did have their faults, considering people just came and invaded their land.
The natives found it difficult to survive and resorted to raiding the settlers’ cattle for survival. A war, therefore, emerged between the Indian poachers and the settlers, which further infuriated the Paiutes. However, in 1862, the two factions signed a peace treaty, only for the Paiutes to break the treaty because of the escalating
Multiple factors led to the start of the French and Indian War. A power struggle was already occurring, and Britain and France were already enemies. Colonists were aligned with their respective countries, and Native Americans were caught in the middle of European expansion. Natives were more apt to be allied with the French due to their trading economy, but both sides had Native American allies depending on the circumstances. 1 “To safeguard their lands west of the mountains, Native Americans played off one European power against another.” The Ohio River Valley was in dispute and both nations laid claim to it, which ultimately led to the conflict.
The poor whites were raiding the Indian settlements. The governor at the time, William Berkley, became angry with the poor whites since he wanted to maintain cordial relations with the natives who were selling him deer skins and furs, which he was importing to Europe. In retaliation, the peasant farmers burned Jamestown to the ground. The revolt latter is dissolved, but the rebellion had a lasting impact that led to the hastening of the end of the use of indentured servants in favor of slaves. The Native Americans captured in the frontier wars continued to be enslaved but each act of aggression against them by the European colonialists made future diplomacy with neighboring Indians more difficult as they felt assaulted in their home ground (Chapter2 75).
Plains Indians went on raids and went to war for a number of reasons such as to steal horses, to get revenge or to destroy their enemies. They didn’t want to conquer land like the settlers did later on. They didn’t believe that people could own land. However there was a competition of the hunting grounds and living space.The Plains Indians wars
Racism has heavily impacted native Americans, and because of this, they are harassed because of who they are. To be Native American is to be bothered and feel like an outsider. After revising the article from Youtube, I found something said:”proud, forgotten, Indians.” Indians are proud of their traditions, but they are forgotten because no one remembers and knows what they go through. Indians face racism every day because of their skin, so they are forgotten and have been majorly impacted. Native Americans faced harassment backed then and face it now.
It put both anger and fear in the Americans that didn 't want slavery. Even though some people think that it was a good idea that the United States declared war against Mexico. For reasons, like it contributed to the land expansion of the U.S. and the discovery of natural resources. I still stand by my statement and say that it was not the better choice because of the effecting aftermath. Such as, the enormous amounts of deaths and the slavery issue it
Native American Genocide People don 't take into account that what has happened over the years to the native American is genocide. Many people tend to deny that the crimes committed against the native americans was genocide, but they were. others don 't even know of the terrible acts committed against the natives americans. The atrocities against the native american people are genocide based on the organization, extermination, and later denial of the acts. The indian removal act was a document created by Andrew Jackson, and the indian removal act stated that “called for the removal of the ‘Five Civilized Tribes’ – the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole”(Atrocities Against Native Americans).
Reasons for War There were many things that lead up to the civil war. One of those things was when the Mexican-American war ended, America got lots of territories. This posed a problem because America didn’t know whether to admit them as free or slave states. The anti-slavery movement wanted the land acquired from the war to not allow slavery, while others wanted slavery or for the territories to decide for themselves, otherwise known as popular sovereignty. Many junior officers in the war would go on to play big parts in the Civil War.
The word colonization referred to the action or process of settling among and establishing control over indigenous people of a particular area. When we look at the Europeans, we can see they did just that when they reached the New World. The settlers used force to get what they wanted, and they wanted everything of value, including land and labor, and to get this they needed to change the Native people, The Europeans treated the Natives very un-human, despising their religions and traditions, and demanding they convert to Christianity as well as denying their humanity. The enslavement Natives endured severe punishment and extremely horrible working conditions on these plantations. The English settlers began to push the Natives off their land