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  • Deals With Belonging To The Native
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    Life Changing Journeys: "The Sky is Gray", "Blue Winds Dancing" and "The Hammon and the Beans " In the three short stories that we have read, the main characters take life-changing journeys. As we continue to read about these stories we find James in The Sky is Gray, the Native American from Blue Winds Dancing andChonita in the Hammon and the Beans have traveled three separate roads, allowing us to view their journeys in three different ways. James in "The Sky is Gray" shows a black male growing...
  • Wounded Knee 1973
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    The Nations hoop is broken and scattered. -Black Elk, Oglala Lakota holy man, late 1800's The incident that occurred in Wounded Knee Creek attracted international attention and introduced the American Indian Movement (AIM) , and their cause to the world. On February 28, 1973, members of AIM, angered due conflicts with Pine Ridge Reservation chairman Richard Wilson, seized and occupied the village of Wounded Knee Creek in the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. The same site where over ...
  • Colonization Of The White People On Africa
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    Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad and in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe both involve the colonization on Africa. In Heart of Darkness, the author talks about how savage the natives were and how much there was a need to update the living conditions of the natives and to help them become better people. In Things Fall Apart, the author talks about how the white people came in with their bicycles and their new religion. He talks about how they turned some of their own people against them. In hi...
  • Rowlandson's Time With The Natives
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    Mary Rowlandson was born in a Puritan society. Her way of was that of an orthodox Puritan which was to be very religious and see all situations are made possible by God. She begins her writing by retelling a brutal description of the attack on Lancaster by the Natives. Rowlandson spends enough time interacting with the Natives to realize these people live normal, secular lives. She had the opportunity work for a profit which was not accepted when she lived as devout Puritan women in Puritan colo...
  • Natives To Christianity
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    The Voyage to the New World First of all, King Ferdinand of Aragon and Queen Isabella of Castille got married in 1464. The main reason that they got married was to unite their kingdoms into Spain. The king and queen were Roman Catholic, so they gave power to certain people to convert non-Catholics to Catholicism. In 1482, the Roman Catholic monarchs renew the reconquista, the military crusade ordered to conquer the remaining Muslim state in Iberia, Granada. In 1492, the Roman Catholic monarchs o...
  • Big Similarity Between Lionel And Aim
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    Lionel Red Dog, one of Thomas King's characters in his novel Green Grass, Running Water, was an employee of the government. He worked in Indian Affairs, and his job took him all over North America. It was in South Dakota that Lionel had his last assignment. Lionel was sent to Utah to deliver a speech on "The History of Cultural Pluralism in Canada's Boarding Schools". While there, he runs into a band of natives that coheres him into going to Wounded Knee for a peaceful rally. Along the way, the ...
  • Native Children
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    The movie Where the Spirit lives expressed two different views on the native peoples ne is that the government tried to assimilate the native culture into a society that was far different from theirs. The second is that the government set a law enforcing that if the native children left the schools they had no choice but to go back to the reserve. Viewing this movie, the main problem that was shown was that the government would take the native children from their reserves and family dwellings. T...
  • Natives Of The New World
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    John Winthrop, in the 1700 thought that his religion was getting out of hand under the king and he wanted to establish a new community which would be Bible commonwealth. I intend to prove that the European diseases, that was carried over to the New World was not only a big help for them, but at the same time very new and lethal for the Native American. It was an advantage or rather miraculous as John Winthrop puts it, seeing as how a mass majority of the Natives (savages) were taken out by small...

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