Early American history a story of conquest

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Early American history a story of conquest, exploitation, and political,  economic, religious, and social exclusion of non-whites o American Indians Indigenous people of America, here way before Columbus and the age  of exploration As settlers came to America they had favorable view towards them  because they needed them to show them how to survive, but didn’t  trust them. Only dealt with them in favorable manner because they  needed them and were in larger numbers As settlers gained more expertise, got weapons, introduced disease,  views about Indians changed. Went from noble red man to savage,  someone out of control and violent, didn’t need the Indians any more Over 80 treaties made with them, settlers would break treaties fight  again and give them new treaty, repeat cycle, pushing Indians farther  west. 1830 Indian removal act
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course SOC 1 taught by Professor Mindyromero during the Summer '06 term at UC Davis.

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