6 How did Penn believe colonists should treat the Native Americans?
I believe its "Colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land."
Colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land.
colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land
The English believed the Native Americans were savage and uncivilized. They believed, along with many Americans, that they should be eradicated.
because they do
From the British point of view, it was only right that American colonists should pay, Indians, western lands, colonial trade, navigation.
An Indian American is someone who is of Indian ancestry, naturalized citizen or born in America. One should not use this term when mentioning the Native Americans. Native Americans have different culture and features than Indians coming from Asia. It was a mistake to call the Native Americans as American Indians because the colonists thought that they reached India already but in fact, they reached America only.
Native Americans didn't believe in owning land instead they worshiped the land and the creatures. But the settlers think that you should OWN land and own every property that you can have and that was a sign of wealthiness.
The lives of the Native Americans in New Spain were very dictated do to the fact that the Spanish were telling the Native Americans what their jobs should be and what religion they should convert to.
tecumsah thought that native Americans should just assimilated with the whites
Tecumseh thought that if the Native American tribes united, they would be strong enough to overcome the American settlers and protect their land from American settlement.
Why were british colonists prohibited to settle beyond the Appalachian mountains in the proclamation of 1763?
the british government believed this would keep peace with native Americans . the colonist thought the british government should not interfere.
Why were many of the Native American tribes more inclined to side with the French in the French and Indian War?
Some of them sided with the French and some of them sided with the British. I believe more of them sided with the French because the French were not as interested in expanding and settling westward as the Bristish colonists were, and therefore encroached on fewer Native American tribes' lands. They were on good terms with those tribes for that reason. However, as a whole the Native Americans were divided amongst themselves as to which… Read More
The question is grammatically incorrect. It should be "Who were the native Americans who helped Samuel Allen?"
Why did the author of the declaration of independence fail to address the rights of women native Americans and African Americans in the document?
the authors did not put them in because women were suppose to take care of the husband. the African Amercians were slaves and the colonies twas starting to end slavery because they said that everyone on the land should have freedom. the native Americans were not apart of it because then the natives would follow the same pattern the colonists did to the British
Americans believe: that government should be representative, meaning that a government should represent their values and beliefs. Americans also believe that every citizen has a voice in their government, particularly in their elected officials. Americans believe in democracy and free elections Americans believe that every citizen should be treated equally. Americans believe in a strong national defense Americans believe that their government should have a system of checks and balances. Americans believe that the three… Read More
Native Americans believed all animals were great souls. As a result, they fostered unity between animals and humans by respecting their space and habitats. To survive, however, Native American tribes would have to kill animals for food. No matter which animals they killed, however, they would always honor their spirits with prayers.
President Andrew Jackson believed that all Native Americans should live on reservations. He actually did his best to make that happen.
I would say, the first natives to be the Anasazi, and the first whites to be.. The spanish. I am a native american, I should know :)
They were not similar at all. The English set out to recreate English in the new world. They cut down trees, built fences and houses, plowed up land, planted foreign crops, brought in foreign animals, and foreign insects. They practiced environmental terrorism against the Native Americans. The Native Americans had the philosophy that no one could own land(unlike the English) but man was to be a caretaker of land. They farmed the forest taking care… Read More
No we have not. The only way we would walk on or camp or live on a Native American land is if we asked. We believe that we should respect the native culture of America, we might have traded with them or give them an idea of what our religion is like, but we would never steal from them.
the Middle Colonies and William Penn believed that everyone should be treated equally including Native Americans.
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Native Americans were enslaved by the missionaries. They were forced to convert to Christianity by the missionaries and to leave their cultural ways to live and work at the missions. Thousands of Native Americans are buried in mass graves at California missions. They were killed by the missionaries. Your question should be asking how did the missionaries impact the Native Americans.
Your question is a bit strange. If you think about it, the native Americans, the "indians" were the original owners of the land from time immemorial and the "Americans" (the colonists) stole it from them and killed them in vast numbers by war, and disease. Thus how can the Americans "give up" new lands to the Indians. If there were any Justice the land should all be given back to the Native american peoples and… Read More
The Proclamation of 1763 was passed in an effort to promote peace between colonists and Native Americans as well as to keep the colonists along the coastline, making taxation easier. Most colonists believed the land between the Appalachian mountains and the Mississippi should be theirs to settle. This act, along with the taxation acts of Parliament, led to anti-British feelings in the colonies that eventually led to the War of Independence.
colonists believed that they shouldn't be taxed because they had no representation or power in the mother country's government.
Well, there's no reason you can't have a nice meal without forgetting what the Native Americans have been through
They believed this because they thought its unfair to take away land from people. But they did lose in the war so they had to sign away their land.
Because the native Americans were here first. They have influenced life here in America and have contributed to many traditions and foods that we love today. LIKE POPCORN!!!
im assuming that that question is sincere and not raciest in any way, but the fact that there native AMERICANS should be reason enough to seek employment in AMERICA
The colonists felt that there should be no taxation without representation. Parliment had no idea of what the colonists were going through and just knew what the British told them. The colonists felt that if that they were going to be taxed, they should be taxed by their own represenatives.
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Penn believed that the land belonged to the Native Anericans, and the settlers should pay for it.
Native Americans cannot live near Spain, but there should have been some type of Native Spanish tribes.
they should be exterminated ch.10
west of missippi
Yes most definitely. They purposely planned to kill the Native Americans.
Puritans should leave the Church of England and should pay Native Americans for land, not seize it!
The Decleration of Independece clearly stated that the Americans should gain freedom from Great Britan.
YES ! The south Americans believe that everyone should get along ! I went there one summer and they are so kind. (:
they oppose it because Christopher Columbus really did not discover America it was the native Americans and he ordered the native Americans to get him gold or he would kill them and he did. now should we really celebrate Columbus day
Native Americans like me didnt practice anything. In the native culture you should already know how to do it by watching other people.
west of the Mississippi river
Be "civilized" and adopt white culture.
How the religions of Judaism Christianity and Islam different from the beliefs of earls native Americans?
You should research that.
There are hundreds of Native American Cultures. They range from California to Maine and from Alaska to Panama. These cultures can be as different as African Cultures are from Inuit Cultures. If you want to learn about Native Americans and how they dressed you should pick a specific Native American Tribe to learn about and then another to compare to. Here is a link to help you on your quest for information. So, your question… Read More
Came from an early Leader's statement, that they should "tremble" (Quake) at the word of the Lord. Beliefs: 1. Each Person could know God directly through an "inner Light". Neither Minister nor the Bible was Needed. 2. In treating Native Americans fairly, which set them apart from other Colonists. Extra: For such Beliefs, Quakers were whipped, imprisoned, and Hanged. Many left for Rhode Island.
He believed they should have rights under the colony's government.
Syria is safe for Americans to travel to. Many people believe though that Americans should be very careful upon traveling here.