European colonists had other uses for the land.
Native Americans were removed from their homelands for profit. Their lands were taken to be transferred to private ownership so that farms, mines and other things of that nature could be used.
The colonists didnâ??t want to follow the Native American ways for farming or hunting. Instead they wanted to use the native hunting land for farming, and plant crops from their homelands.
The Native Americans attempted to preserve their homelands from westward expansion, but would not succeed because there was a lack of unity, lack of leadership, and a diminishing culture.
There were problems with some of the Native American Indians in Colonial Delaware. The Native Americans did not like being treated as slaves or having to move from their homelands to accommodate the Colonists.
Most of the decimation of the Native American population after 1500 resulted from the need for more and more land. The Colonists and others came to America and literally pushed the Native Americans off of their homelands.
It comments on the hostality and insane nature of Native Americans after having been removed from their homelands.
Many native American resented the Federal Government for the forced deportation of the five civilized tribes (known as the "trail of tears") from their homelands in the southeast states.
Many native American tribes were ousted from their homelands or persecuted to extinction or near-extinction by the colonists. Europeans also brought diseases that were formerly confined to the Old World. Native Americans had not developed the resistance to these diseases and many died.
Native Americans were moved from their homelands to less desirable areas of the USA.
Some Native American tribes got along well with the Mormon pioneers and others did not. For the most part, the Native Americans were willing to help the pioneers because they too had be driven from their homelands. A pretty large Native American population was baptized into the Mormon Church, and today outreach among Native Americans continues.
the Removal Act of 1830
Native American here were mostly killed off by the diseases that they never saw before. About 85-90% died of smallpox and the plague. Many were driven from their homelands by ranchers and farmers.
Tenerife is the only native home of Draceana draco the dragon tree.
In the long run, explorers did little to help, and more to hurt the Native Americans. Diseases were introduced that led to decimation within Native American culture. They also led to all Native Americans being pushed from their homelands. Really, all they did in a positive way for them is to trade.
Killed and removed from their homes
the forced removal of American Indians from their homelands.
ummm..... idk hahaha i need the answer myself NEW RESPONDENT The Native American Tribe of the Seminoles.
If they are born a Native American they can be, but if not,no.
He used Manfest Destiny as an excuse and this act spelled the end of Native American rights. They were forced to assimilate and concede to US law or leave their homelands.
he led the trail of tears and removed every native American he posibly could :(
Assimilated. The US passed laws that all Native American children of school age be removed from their families and placed in Indian residential schools for the purpose of assimilation.
sequoia was a native american