Early English settlers viewed the native populations as little more than savages and a primitive people that were inferior to them. The English believed that, since they were an inferior people, their land could be taken and claimed for the English so that they could continue to expand and settle new areas and mire towns and villages. In this Essay I aim to Explain the views of the colonists about the native populations as well as the views of the Natives about the new colonists.
The First English settlers to arrive and start to colonize northeast America, came into conflict with the native populations over territories and land. The English viewed the natives as a savage people that was