Father, would you like some of this sassafras tea I made?
AH! What was that noise?
At the Barracks... The General was leading the army to invade the Indians' land. The plantation owners wanted the land for their own crops, and wanted to kick the Indians out so they can use it. The army decided to help them out.
Get off this land now!
Meanwhile, on Indian land... The Indians were peacefully living their lives. It was just a normal day today, and Arizona had made some tea for her father.
Suddenly, Arizona hears a noise coming from outside their humble abode. It sounded much like a gunshot. Her father was worried. He had heard what had happened to the nearby tribes, and feared the worst.
Good work, men.
Arizona and her father come out of their home, to see 5 soldiers from the US army standing outside. They demand that she and her father leave. Around them, they see many other families crying and leaving because of the army's arrival.
Arizona and her father join the many standing outside their homes. Soldiers watch them closely, to make sure no one rebels. Many are crying and angry at the army's actions. They have done nothing but acted cruelly against them.
The Indians watch the soldiers raid, and burn their homes down. They are angry, but they know better than to attack. They have been stripped of their rights, which were given to them when their land was first taken by the whites. The Indians will soon attack, and they will not take this violation of treaty lightly.