However, people stayed in the United States because they were used to things a lot worse, so America was a better area for living for a lot of the immigrants. There was a lot of good things coming from this Gilded Age. People began
European conquest during the colonial period greatly affected the indigenous and slave populations, generally decreasing their quality of life while exploiting them for personal gain. To begin, the indigenous people experienced forced assimilation to European culture and destruction of their culture. Many populations practices their own religion separate from European beliefs. Yet, upon the arrival of the Europeans, their way of life was destroyed. Amongst the Aztecs, the Spanish deceived them with their own culture, convincing them to believe Hernan Cortez was their sun God.
Actually, Australian crime statistics show a marked decrease in homicides since the gun law change." In most areas of the world, murders increase as you keep growing up. In Australia, it is the opposite. Since they took enormous precautions by taking guns away, murders, homicides, and other things have declined massively, not stopping the problem completely, but many of the extremely major ones. Australia has solved the problem of mass
Another reason that the confederate was banned is because people thought it was a rebellious flag. They thought the confederate flag was banned because they found it offensive. because the government didn’t like it because they thought it was a rebel banner and didn’t want it to start anything with anyone else so they banned it so there was no problem with anyone else or anything else. Also because people want it to be back up because some people don’t like it down or banned. Another reason they outlawed the flag is because it wasn’t showing any respect for people that fought in a war and got no respect for people that died.
5. What was the nature and consequences of contact between Aboriginal people and the early traders, explorers and settlers? The contact between the Aboriginals and the early explorers was that they didn 't understand each other 's languages so there grew a war about who claimed the land for themselves. 6. Who was the explorer? His name was Dirk Hartog.
The British claimed this land under “Terra Nullius” which means “no ones land” and began to build on the land they claimed as their own. Furthermore the British didn 't understand the cultural significance of the land to the indigenous population so they would destroy sacred land accidentally, but in some cases did it deliberately.
After treaties were signed by Haudenosaunee chiefs, the British colonies began to impose policies and practices that restricted the Haudenosaunee from affirming their culture and way of life. Furthermore, diseases such as smallpox, measles and influenza brought by European settlers wiped out immense populations of the indigenous people. This resulted in the traditional bottleneck of the Haudenosaunee and limited the amount of culture that would be passed down. Due to the dominance of the Europeans, the Haudenosaunee were forcibly assimilated into European culture. As they were assimilated, they lost their traditional ways of life and adopted the western way of working, eventually resulting in a homogenized culture.
That essentially was due to social Darwinism where they believed they had the right to rule over those people of lesser purpose than them. This transformed to the idea that darker or different races didn’t have the right to exist and this drove genocide. This idea took place in Tasmania, Africa, and even in Nazi Germany. The British settlers in Tasmania viewed the Tasmanians as savages and they killed any aboriginal that they faced. As the number of aboriginals decreased and came close to extinction.
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
Through many estimates it is foreseen that alien diseases caused over 50% deaths of the Native American population. On the other hand, Europeans didn’t have the same effect when they came in contact with these diseases. Exposed to the diseases at an early age, Europeans were mostly to fully immune. With the devastating effects of disease, native culture was starting to change. Persuaded that their native gods have abandoned them, many natives converted to Christianity.