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Less than 3rd rate citizens; by the Chaldeans, that stole their dwelling-plces. Behold ye among the heathan, and reguard, and wonder marvelously: for I shall #%@# the Chalde`ans, and have that bitter and hasty nation, which shall march through the breadth of the land, to possess the dwelling places that are not theirs. [HABAKKUK 1:5-6.] On line KJV

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If there ever were any native Americans they vanished long before any Europeans got to America. As for the Asiatic people who settled America before the Europeans, they were mostly treated as obstacles to European settlement and were dealt with in what seemed the most expeditious method to keep them from being a problem to the European settlers. Sometimes land was purchased and sometimes it was taken and defended by force. Always more Europeans arrived and demanded more room and more concessions. The so-called natives were not able to defend their borders and so were ever pushed farther back. The Europeans mostly believed that land was made for people to use and that they had as much right to it as anybody else and even more right if they improved it.

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