The Conflict of Europeans and Native Americans After watching the movie The Snow Walker, I was very intrigued by how welcoming the Native American tribe known as Inuit was to the white man. However, in the movie Dances With Wolves the Sioux tribe was not as trusting and welcoming to the white man. My curiosity grew even more after watching and comparing both movies as to the differences in these two tribes and their attitudes towards the white man. America Colonization
Upon the European’s discovery and colonization of the Americas an irreversible transformation was triggered. The extreme differences in the cultures of the Europeans and Native Americans would prove to be ... As depicted in The Snow Walker, the Inuit Tribe was mostly contained within the Arctic Tundra. Whereas, in Dances With Wolves, the Sioux Indians were west of the Mississippi River in what is known as the prairies and plains. During the 19th century as Europeans ventured westward and began to settle in what we now know as the United States. (Strudwick) Conflict grew out of the Native Americans reverence for Mother Earth and the Europeanâ€™s concept of land Indian 2
When comparing the cultural differences between European Americans and Native Americans, nothing can be said about Native Americans as a whole. Every tribe is different from every other in some ... ownership. These earlier territorial concepts were a premonition to the overall Indian-white conflicts. The Native Americans were treated as obstacles in the white manâ€™s path to advancement and their interpretation of manifest destiny. The Europeans would aggressively force Native Americans off of their land and claim it as their own. Though, Native Americans believe that â€œno man owns land, which it belongs only to Mother Natureâ€. (Johnson) The Native Americans would wage wars ;however, they were futile in their attempts Native American And The Us Government
The Iroquois Nation was a nation of five tribes, which was comprised of...
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