Essay about Native Americans Pontiac, Red Jacket

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We are going to take a look at Three Native Americans Pontiac, Red Jacket, and Tecumseh to see what the relation are with the white men. We are going to see how they gave to the white men and how the white men took from the Indians. Pontiac was an Ottawa Indian; Ottawa derives from the Algonquian atawewin, meaning “commerce” or “to trade”. There’s Indians were one of the first to deal with the white men and were told many times to stay away but relied on trades and other things from the white men. Pontiac was allies with the French with trade and other things until about 1762 when the British defeated the French at Fort Detroit. “Sir Jeffrey Amherst, Commander in chief of British forces in North America, turned command of Detroit …show more content…
I believe this has not changed in today’s world. If we don’t like someone we kick them down and don’t let them back on their own two feet. “Brothers, - The white men are not friends to the Indians: at first, they only asked for land sufficient for a wigwam; now, nothing will satisfy them but the whole of our hunting grounds, from the rising to the setting sun.” Just like Red Jacket they help out the white men until the white men was so strong and wanted more and more. They got strong and wanted more land and to take out there warriors and kill old men woman and children, and the white men still make it sound like they are good Christian. “Brothers - My people wish for peace; the red men all wish for peace; but where the white people are, there is no peace for them, except it be the bosom of our mother.” The white men just want everything for themselves and don’t want to share with anyone outside of their color. If you look at today’s time we are now in the place of the Indians. Faster and faster we the white men are becoming extinct today. They cheat the Indians and don’t believe they should have what the white men have. The Tecumseh wanted everyone to come together and live and grow together, but white men didn’t feel the same In Conclusion all three of their