Differences Between how Natives and Colonists Viewed Land
We want land to share it and leave it for other people :(
Too bad bozo's HAHA
This is all of our land and you cant do anything about it haha
The Trail of Tears
I cant beliive they did this too us...We didnt even do anything :(
We shouldnt have to do this!!! Its not our fault!
Reservation Life Today for Native Americans
I just wish we had it like we used to you know?
yeah me too I miss it so much :(
The european colonists wanted land for private property and to have it all for themselves however Native americans wanted land for good and to share it and leave it for other people. Colonists usually wanted land to grow there crops for a plantation.
African Slaves Living and Working on Plantations.
Im so tired from working on this farm can we please have a break???
In 1835 the indians were escorted out of there land on a 5000 mile journey the president at the time hated indians. They didnt know where they were going and 1 forth of the 16000 people on the trail of tears died of disease, starvation, and dehydration.
Native Americans and Colonists.
We just cant wait to use this land for our family and culture, this is a beautiful peice of art!
This would be a perfect place to plant my crops! Now get off right now this is now my land!!!!
Back then in the 1800's the indians had a lot more land then they do now to live and celebrate their culture. Now they have extremly less amounts then they did back then and there is a lot of alchohol abuse and drug abuse now in Indian reservations.
The Middle Passage
I hate dancing!!!
African slaves were brought on ships through the middle passage to be sold to different slave owners and work on plantations . Most of the time they were sold more than once in there life, like an auction.
I hate doing this and Im so tired of it.
To bad!!!!!!!! Get back to work!!!!!!
Indians and colonists were enemies, indians used land for culture, family, and a nice place to live and after they passed it on aand shared it with others. But colonists usually used it for growing crops and also a place to live. But the indians didnt stand for this, battles like little big longhorn were when natives hated the colonists.
The middle passage is the route where different countries would exchnage different goods to other countries sometimes for trades or expenses. More than 10 million slaves were transported on this route to the Americas.