Today, we will go and be productive and build more tents for our civilization.
We have a reading from the government that you have to be dismissed from these grounds by 11am.
Let's go, we don't want to start anything here.
The native americans were very unaware of such tragic situation, it was basically them going through a normal routine then getting bad news.In the text, "Excerpt from Trail of Tears Diary" it states "In every way we were abundantly blessed in our every day life in the old country. We had our hunting grounds and all the things that are dear to the heart or interest of an Indian."
On the Road.
I think what we are doing is outrageous, we need to say something now, we have rights.
They basically pushed them out their own homes. they didn't even care enough to give them time to find the right place to settle at. They took them for granted an now they have to leave behind what's precious to them.
WE WANT OUR HOME BACK, GIVE IT BACK OR ELSE.
At first they wanted everything to be so peaceful, they didn't always want violence to be the answer. But they didn't listen to their cries out. Something needed to change. In the text "From resistance to reservations" it states "The repeated cycle of stealth, resistance, and defeat that followed would eventually force the surviving Indian populations to bend to the will of the U.S. government."
Do you hear anything at the door?
I don't hear anything, lets keep continuing with the more important stuff.
They had enough of the pushing around, and demanding they want their own life back. So they will do what they have to do to get it back. In the text "From Resistance to Reservations" it states "The U.S. government fell into a pattern of forming and then breaking treaties with the Indians. This allowed settlers to take more and more Indian land, forcing Indians to respond with violence.
The native americans as a whole knew they had to put their all to get an answer from the government. They would have to do things they don't want to do just to put their point out there. In the test "Excerpt from Trail of Tears Diary" it states "There were several men carrying reeds with eagle feathers attached to the end. These men continually circled around the wagon trains or during the night around the camps. "
It seems as if they do not care about them, they will just act like they aren't not here and push the Native Americans away like they are trash.