He made a list of rights for Metis individuals some of which include the right to elect legislature, all sheriffs, magistrates and etc be elected by the people, all documents and acts of legislature be published in both french and english, etc. Louis Riel was also known as the Metis leader and a canadian politician, founder of Manitoba. He was hanged to death for multiple reasons such as, being accused of treason and the murder of Thomas Scott, also for creating the “List of Rights” in 1869, and etc. Louis Riel was from Western Canada , born on October 22 , 1844. In 1869, the Metis rised a rebellion against the transfer of their territories from the Hudson’s Bay Company to the Dominion of Canada , and Louis Riel was their leader.
England and France are at war over dueling claims to the Spanish throne, and the conflict has spread to the North American colonies where the Mohawk tribes have become aligned with the French. On February 29th, 1704, the war comes to the small New England town of Deerfield. The town is brutally attacked by a Mohawk raiding party and set on fire. Some of the residents are killed and scalped, some escaped, and others are captured and taken back to the territory of New France in what is now Canada. The target of the raid was Deerfield’s prominent reverend, John Williams, who was planned to be traded for the French captain Jean Baptiste Guyon, who was currently being held by the English.
3rd Source Link: Empires Collide: The French and Indian War 1754-64 Ruth Sheppard Pages 44 – 46 Tanaghrison, the Half King May 1754, Tanaghrisson aided Washington – French soldiers near Tanaghrisson’s camp – skriminish – Jumonville wounded – and was killed by Tanaghrisson with his tomahawk. de Contrecoeur – 1. made note that Jumonville was killed by the English while reading the summons. 2. Also receives another message, this time from la Chauvignierie, who commanded an outpost at Chiningue, that allied Indians had reported the killing of Jumonville and many of his men while the summons was being read. “Although the exact events will never be fully known, the immense consequences of the incident are impossible to dispute” (Sheppard 45).
For instance, in July, 1609, a war division consisting of the Huron and Algonquin, raided the Haudenosaunee settlements on the shore of Lake Champlain and the resulted in the deaths of several Mohawk war chiefs. This manifested the advantages of European weaponry, and made it seem like a favourable possession. To sustain their settlements and identity, the Haudenosaunee similarly engaged in fur trade with the Dutch as they realized European trade was essential to fortify their superiority. Therefore, the confederacy developed new worldviews of expansionism to gain wealth by the means
Christopher Columbus or Native Americans We have been taught the same concept of the discovery of America for hundreds of years. Christopher Columbus discovered America and we celebrate Columbus Day every year to honor his bravery and strength, but every story has two sides. Native Americans who have been settled in the “New World” long before Columbus stumbled onto the land, aren’t given the recognition they deserve. While some praise Columbus for his discoveries, many are questioning if we have forgotten the importance of Native Americans and what part they played in the Christopher Columbus story. Author Jack Weatherford explains his view on Columbus Day and what we should be celebrating.
However, by the late 1520s King Henry VIII began inserting his power into Ireland due to the influence of Thomas Wolsey at first his power resulted in policy making. During this time many small wars broke out between Irish lords and England however Henry VIII’s authority did not grow aggressive until 1530s when he sent a 2,000 men army into Ireland to control the area around the Pale, since this was where the Kildare rebellion was taking place. By the end of the rebellion King Henry VIII took all of the Kildare’s land and killed the males, so the House of Kildare could no longer continue. Henry VIII no longer trusted the Irish Lords and began appointing English nobles. Soon after in 1536, King Henry VIII started a reformation parliament in Ireland, its main purpose was to enact an act of attainder against the Kildare House.
they encountered the warlike Caribs and were attacked. The Spaniards eventually defeated the Caribs and enslaved them. These slaves died out rapidly because of the European diseases. Few months subsequently. the tragic narrative of the Caribs had happened repeatedly on the Arawaks of Hispaniola ( Konstam.
After his father was poisoned by political enemies, he began developing a personal following, which quickly expanded over numerous rival tribes. Over time, Temujin gradually persuaded his people to elect him as leader. After overcoming his nomadic rivals, he drew them into a united nation. In 1206, his followers gave him the name Genghis (Chinggis) Khan, or “Universal Ruler”. In 1210, Genghis Khan invaded the Xi Xia kingdom and forced it to pay tribute.
According to Lienbmann (2012) natives attributed the revolt to “Satan”, credit of planning and making it happen is given to Po’pay and many of the leaders and planners of the rebellion who were ‘half-breeds’, like the mestizos and coyotes, and indios ladinos (p. 55). Because some tribes were strongly dominated by the Spanish and fear, these revolt leaders made promises of protection to the tribes and sometimes threatened and forced tribes to adhere to the rebellion. Once the had enough Native warriors to fight the Spanish, they attacked by surprise before the Spaniards had time to prepare for the attack. The Pueblo Indians who began were at north of Santa Fe, followed that same day by the others surrounding the capital. The revolt lasted over ten days.
About 1.25 million Indian soldiers and labourers served in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, while both the Indian administration and the princes sent large supplies of food, money, and ammunition. However, Bengal and Punjab remained sources of anticolonial activities. Revolutionary attacks in Bengal, associated increasingly with disturbances in Punjab, were significant enough to nearly paralyse the regional administration.  After the war In the aftermath of World War I, high casualty rates, increasing inflation compounded by heavy taxation, the deadly 1918 flu pandemic, and the disruption of trade during the war escalated human suffering in India. The costs of the protracted war in both money and manpower were great.