The difference between the whites and the Indians in this is that the whites don 't use all of the buffalo, they only use parts and leave the rest to rot. The horses are transportation, that’s it, but they are very helpful animals for both groups of people. The other animal in the movie is a wolf named Two Socks. He wasn’t very helpful, but more of a friend to John before the Indians
In the speech, Black Hawk shifts from first person to third person “We set up the war-whoop, and dug up the tomahawk; our knives were ready, and the heart of Black Hawk swelled high in his bosom, when he led his warriors to battle.” Black Hawk say he led in the noble fight as a team. Black Hawk switches between first and third person to tell the Indians that he has done everything to save his people, but now that he’s a prisoner, it’s time for them to take . In the third person, Black Hawk states “ He is satisfied. He will go to the world of spirits contented. He has done his duty.
After being viciously mauled by a grizzly bear, Glass was expected to die from his wounds. His trapping party decides to leave two volunteers- John Fritzgerald and Jim Bridger- to stay behind with Glass until he dies. Fearing an attack from the Arikara tribe, Fritzgerald decided to steal Glass’s gun and knife and flee with Bridger instead. What the two men didn’t realize was that Glass is not dead yet. With only vengeance in his mind, Glass is able to survive with determination.
they are quickly cut down by the well trained samurai, grant sees massacre going on and quickly jumps in to help his fellow comrade. Blinded by the smoke captain Gant was stricken by an arrow as was killed instantaneously. Through the heart fought battle captain Algren was captured and brought back to the enemy 's compound. To the captains surprise he is treated with respect and learns that his enemies are not some savages but peaceful people. Katsumoto the leader of the samurai shows Algren the ways to being a better person and to live with his decisions made in battle.
Rogers registered for the army but failed, due to his health conditions. Dr. Abraham Erskine asked Rogers to join an experiment to make the ultimate soldier to defeat the Germans. In Captain America: The First Avenger, Rogers goes through the different stages of a hero's journey, which are: the birth/beginning, the call to adventure,
People hunted more buffalo, including the tribes to send it to the east to get in return money without realizing they are destroying their own culture. The tribes agree to because they received whatever they wanted in return from the settlers for example liquor blankets coffee, sugar. The bones were grinned up and used as component fertilizers. Other things that contributed to the decline of the buffalo was that it became a fad to take part just for the fun of it. If someone lived in the city they would just go on a trip to hunt waiting for scout to show them where the buffalo would be.
When a small tribe of Cheyenne Indians that had been moved from their area in the Wyoming country to a bleak area in the southwest decided they had had enough of the white man 's evasions and broken promises, they started a painful trek back to their homeland, 1,500 miles away. They start on their way, and face the struggle of the white man 's continual attempts to suppress them. Since the Cheyennes ' trek is in defiance of their treaty, Captain Thomas Archer, who agrees with the Indians in principle, reluctantly leads his troops in pursuit of the tribe. Throughout the movie, there are a few notable themes, and even sub themes, that can be expanded upon and discussed once they have been identified and analyzed. One major theme throughout this movie is the cultural clash.
He did not save Mr. Bainbridge because the sound of the gun scared the horse. After that the British army members chased after him. When john got away he ran into a large group who were on their way to join George Washington and his Colonial army. When the ask if he wants to join he feels like he has no choice but to join because after he shoot the British officer he knew that the British Army would be looking for him and that the group of people could offer him protection from the British for the time
Even though an old timer from Sulpher Creek warned him, that he should not travel the Klondike alone, a man set off on a journey with his husky wolf dog to meet up with some friends. When he started the journey he was excited, and as a newcomer in the Yukon, the cold did not faze him at all. As he got further into the journey he realize that he was not protected enough to withstand the cold, but the anxiety he had within, he didn’t pay much attention to it. Not knowing how dangerous of a situation he was putting himself into, along with his dog, he was just focused on meeting up with his friends. Has he continued along the journey to his surprise what he thought was a safe spot was his plunged entrance into a concealed
Seeing someone get shot, and then trying to recover him while being shot at, or holding the injured soldier as he’s bleeding to death, will cause the memories to be ingrained in a soldier 's mind for the rest of his life. Any time someone brings up the war, or asks the soldier about it, all he can think about is the time he was unable to save that one guy, or how he was holding a young soldier in his hands as that young soldier bled to death. Seeing someone die in your arms can and will cause Post Traumatic Stress Disorder