Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member

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Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member Andrew J. Ayers ETH/125 The subordinate group that I have chosen is Native American. Two creation situations that the group has faced is Annexation which is the incorporation or attachment of land that is contiguous to the nation, which resulted from the American Indian wars. The other is colonialism which is a foreign power’s maintenance of political, social, economic, and cultural domination over people for an extended period. This resulted from the early settlers wanting more and more land, thus driving the Indians farther west. The consequence situations that Native Americans faced were Extermination, which is elimination of a people; includes genocide or the deliberate, systematic killing of an entire population. An Indian Removal policy was put into action to clear the land for white settlers. These methods of removal included slaughter of villages by the military and also biological warfare. High death rates resulted from forced marches to relocate the Indians. Expulsion; A dominant group may force a specific minority group to leave a certain area or even vacate a country. The US government drove almost all Native Americans out of their tribal lands and on to reservations. Segregation is another consequence that was faced. It is the
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