childhood indians
Topics: Colonialism, Racism, Native Americans in the United States, White people, Race / Pages: 2 (417 words) / Published: Apr 14th, 2014

Eloise Lavalle

Chavez

History 1

4/3/14

Exam 1

According to the lectures and the people’s history the purpose of the proclamation line was for the British to get out of the way so the Northern colonies can deal with their Indian problem. the colonial settlers didn’t allowed the British to cross their line because the British were in debt for the war and there was a large population of poor who they knew the people who lived in those lands were making profit out of trading, which is an opportunity to make a better life. I think for that reason they didn’t want to share that business and wealth. Another reason the colonials didn’t let no one in the northern lands was the rise in rebellions with the Indians. As more people come to settle the Indians go off to kill those people to protect their territory. i think what those settlers were trying to prevent their land and their way of living reaching out of their control. If the colonies didn’t prevent people from coming to the North it will be overcrowded and they didn’t want to lose their standard of living because the loss of profit opportunity. Also if there were more Indians in those lands there will be bigger number of rampages and killings and the settlers knew if that situation would get out of hand there government will not go out to protect the person, which shows how far those people will sort to protect what they claim.

The territory rebellion between whites and natives becomes ironically over the course of history that starts be represented in the film industry that is racial stereotypes of natives because they were under the influence by the white subconscious. According to Childhood Indians the white subconscious is a divisive ideology belief system that sends a racist message that results in a negative depiction of people of color. What this depiction of Native Americans has given Hollywood was to set false imagery and culture to their audience, which gives them a false

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