Indians

Indians

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  • Differences between European Colonists and Native Americans in how they viewed land
  • this is our land you can't take it!!
  • THIS IS OUR LAND
  • WE DONT CARE
  • GET LOST THIS IS OUR LAND NOW
  • The trail of tears
  • HURRY UP
  • THIS IS WHY WE HATE WHITE PEOPLE
  • reservation life today for native americans
  • mom im hungry
  • im struggling with food right now
  • One major difference between Europeans and Native Americans was in their ideas about land ownership. To Europeans, land was owned by individuals and passed down through families. They had the right to fence off a plot of land and prevent trespassing.
  • Native Americans Colonists
  • why is she looking at me like that im just passing by
  • what is he doing here.
  • Cherokeepeople were forced out of their Native land on what is now known as The Trail of Tears. The forced removal
  • The middle passage
  • white people are mean
  • Many of the people living on reservations live in poverty. There is high unemployment, poor living conditions, and drug abuse. Many tribes have tried to improve the local economy by building casinos as a tourist destination. Preserving Native American Culture
  • African Slaves livingand working on plantations
  • i miss my family..
  • i hate this so much....
  • Native Americans in Colonial America. DurThey they resisted the efforts of the Europeans to gain more of their land and control through both warfare and diplomacy. But problems arose for the Native Americans, which held them back from their goal, including new diseases, the slave trade, and the ever-growing European population in North America.
  • The Middle Passage was the crossing from Africa to the Americas, which the ships made carrying their 'cargo' of slaves. It was so-called because it was the middle section of the trade
  • GET TO DANCE
  • In colonial times, people from the west coast of Africa were captured and shipped to Virginia and other colonies to work as slaves. In Virginia, these Africans lived and worked on plantations or small farms where tobacco was the cash crop. Enslaved for life, they could be bought or sold as property.
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