History articles - History articles William Cronon and Richard White Overview Environment 11:28:00 AM the Indians took care of the land like it was

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History articles William Cronon and Richard White 04/09/2007 11:28:00 Overview Environment the Indians took care of the land like it was a person too they thought of animals as a different species of humans they said they had a gift to return to the land for providing home and shelter  and food, basically everything they need for survival they were NOT conservationists, we falsify their view what made Indians so different from Euro-Americans was their quest for  producing security rather than maximum yield Indians did not concentrate on one certain part of the cycle, the ate/used what  was most abundant rather than focusing on one particular crop or something  of that sort Cronon thinks of Indians as having “a whole series of ecological nets under  them, when one fails they have many others to fall back on. In a conversation between a Pawnee Indian and a Quaker the Pawnee was 
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course HIST/POLS 1301/2301 taught by Professor Drbrown/prof.alexander during the Spring '08 term at Dallas Baptist.

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History articles - History articles William Cronon and Richard White Overview Environment 11:28:00 AM the Indians took care of the land like it was

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