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Hisp week 5 - Hisp 200 Section 0103 Hisp Assignment 4 Rina...

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Hisp 200 Section: 0103 2/22/10 Hisp Assignment 4 Rina Swentzell’s chapter, Conflicting Landscape Values: The Santa Clara Pueblo and Day school, was both interesting and shocking. It was interesting to read about the cultural views of the pueblo, but shocking to read about the differences between the pueblo and the BIA day school and how it really tried to keep these children away from their original culture to keep these two worlds apart. To start off, this chapter explains the relationship that the Pueblos have with the land and environment. They believe that the most important relationship any human can have over the course of their life is that with nature. While I thought that was strange at first, it is partially true since it is important for people to respect the land that provides for them, but I believe its extreme to say it is the most important relationship someone should have. They believe that there is not one place in this universe that humans have any sort of dominance over the land or the environment.
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