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FC: Native Americans and Puritans Relationships | By: Ben Rowell |



3: When the Puritans arrived in the New World, they believed that they were arriving to a vast and empty land with no other people. Though when the European Puritans arrived, they were mistaken.

4: The Puritans had arrived to find a new group of people they called Indians. The Puritans called the natives Indians because the Puritans believed they had landed in India. The meeting of the two groups of people soon began a huge struggle.


6: As the Puritans began to settle on the natives' land, tensions rose. The Puritans and Native Americans spoke different languages that caused issues on top of other issues. As the Puritans spread further and further into the land the natives would fight, run, or make a compromise with the Puritans.


8: As time moved on, the Puritans believed the natives were the "Lost Tribes of Israel". Being godly people that the Puritans were, they tried to make peace and be nice with the natives, but as they continued to push the natives out of their own homeland, there were more and more issues. As missionaries went out from their Puritan homes to try and convert the natives, some succeeded, others failed and ultimately were killed.


10: By the end of the seventeenth century, the Puritans had almost forced out all of the natives that lived near the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. This was only the beginning of what was to come to all native tribes in the New World.


13: ver a day passes but that I do myself the honor to commune with some of nature's varied forms. -George Washington Carver

15: Go and walk with Nature; thou wilt find Full many a gem in her enchanted cup. -Isaac McLellan

20: As long as I live, I'll hear waterfalls and birds and winds sing. I'll interpret the rocks, learn the language of flood, storm, and the avalanche. I'll acquaint myself with the glaciers and wild gardens, and get as near the heart of the world as I can. -John Muir

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