How did the dominate culture assimilate the Native Americans?
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Clash of Cultures between settlers and Native Americans
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Colonization

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This site has a description and pictures of the Colonization of American with lots of history...

This picture depicts the Native Americans as sstrong tyrants who are kicking the colonist out. In retrospect, the colonists probably took out these actions on the Native Americans. 

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Native Hawaiians Feel the Squeeze - Article - NYTimes.com

Native Hawaiians Feel the Squeeze - Article - NYTimes.com | How did the dominate culture assimilate the Native Americans? | Scoop.it
HONOLULU--Longstanding grievances among the 170,000 or so descendants--about 19 percent of the state's population--of the indigenous people that once ruled the Hawaiian Islands have frequently boiled over in violence at the expense of their...

 

The Native Hawiians were removed from their land because Americans needed a place to dock their ships. 

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This image is of the Boston Tea Party and how white men dressed up as Native Americans and threw tea off of ships. They were protesting the tea tax and how England was ruling them. The image also shows the incorrect naming of the "Indian. " 

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The Indian Removal Act of 1830

The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was created by the U.S. government to expel Native Americans from their land. The plan was to move all of the Native Americans west of the Mississippi. The act prompted the Native Americans to be removed while others went willingly some fought for their land and died. This act led the Trail of Tears. 

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