Relationship Between Native Americans And Native American Tribes

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I totally agree with you on how the natives blindly trusted the US Government and that the government used that to their advantage. by making treaties to win the alliance of native peoples for various wars and then discarding them once the war was over. I also like how you pointed out that the treaties that were made were from the benefit of the United States; however, I think that if the treaties where actually up held and not broken then they could have also benefited in the tribes. I also like how you used some sarcasm in the end when talking about where congress gets it power and I totally agree that their power does not apply to the native tribes. in your last paragraph you mentioned that they have gotten their power from their own …show more content…
they pretend to have a good relationship saying that they have made treaties and agreements with Native Tribes and these would mean a good relationship if it was not for the fact that these treaties have almost always been broken. the United States has made over and broken over 400 treaties. Since the begging of interactions between Europeans and Indigenous people Europeans have been taking advantage of the trust that natives have given to them. It is only in the recent years that the United States have finally started to give Native American tribes the rights which they promised them years …show more content…
In our future careers know about how mistreated the tribes have been will allow us to better understand how the tribes got to where they are today and how they feel about the Federal and State governments. if we are able to understand what the tribes have been through then we will be able to work better with them. If we do not know about how they have been treated, then we will be stuck in a situation of being ignorant of the history of the people that we may be working closely

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