Essays Tagged: "Native"

The Great Bear Hunt

ide the peak. Therewere two little Indian tribes beside the lake. It was really comfortable for the Natives tostay beside the lake because they could bathe themselves and get water from the lake. Itwa ... n the are, but there were a lot of hunters to catch them. Even the powerful weapons didnot help the Natives capture a bear sometimes. A lot of people got killed hunting forbears. Bears also had a larg ...

(3 pages) 89 0 5.0 Apr/1994

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > Creative Writing > Poems & Short Stories

Pathos for the Native American Indian: a textual analysis

Pathos for the Native American Indian"Brother, our seats were once large, and yours were very small; you have now b ... are not satisfied; you want to force you religion upon us" (177)Long before the white man appeared, Native Americans owned the great and vast lands, relying on and praising the Great Spirit for sun, r ... rought a new, "superior" religion. Red Jacket, an eloquent chiefly orator, finally spoke up for the Native population in his Speech of Red Jacket, the Seneca Chief to a Missionary. Red Jacket effectiv ...

(5 pages) 51 0 3.0 Mar/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > North American

How the fur trade was a significant part of Canadian history, and the role of the native females during the fur-trade.

od. (Kirk, 14) The traders started to marry Indian women because they could learn how to adapt to a native way of life and survival. As a result, it led to "a widespread and complex pattern of interma ... ead and complex pattern of intermarriage among fur-trade families." (Kirk, 14) A marriage between a native and a fur trader was a bond that helped to advance trade relations with a new tribe, which cr ...

(5 pages) 89 0 5.0 Oct/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

This is an essay about people, groups, and government actions which aided Canada's minority groups from 1960-1980.

his struggle for separation gained many rights for French citizens of Canada, and Elijah Harper, a Native rights activist, and NDP leader in Manitoba, who's fights to recognize Aboriginal people and ... toba, who's fights to recognize Aboriginal people and concerns made for increasing consideration of Natives in Canada as a whole.B. The second criterion being covered in this essay will be differentgr ...

(6 pages) 61 0 4.0 Jan/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > Canadian History

Why did the American Frontier Close?

irst crossed over to America in search of a fresh start away from taxes, crime and persecution, the Native Indians Frontier had gradually been drawing to an end. The explorers constantly broke agreeme ... s Frontier had gradually been drawing to an end. The explorers constantly broke agreements with the Natives about their territories and many skirmishes left countless dead, most of which were Indians. ...

(3 pages) 46 0 3.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

The Plains, Plateau, and Northwest Coast regions Native History in Canada.

Native History In CanadaIn the world today, the diversity between cultures is great and ever expandi ... ecessarily true but valid. This includes creation. Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, African tribal, and Native beliefs in creation must all be considered, not only one of the views. This brings us to the ... n different tribes and comparing and contrasting their similarities and differences.LanguagesIn the Native culture being able to speak must have been quite a large part of life. This since, there were ...

(6 pages) 52 0 5.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers

Article: Native Women Abuse

It was surprising to me when I read that Native American women experience the highest rate of violence among any other racial group. I always ... erican women experience the highest rate of violence among any other racial group. I always thought Native people were so peaceful and calm. However I then read that most of the violence towards them ... ost of the violence towards them are from another race. It was shocking to learn that ¾'s of Native American women have experienced some kind of sexual abuse in their lives This means that if w ...

(1 pages) 437 1 1.0 May/2005

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Society and community

Ways Missionaries Impacted/Influenced Pacific Northwest Settling Establishments with Native American Interactions.

Contact at trading posts had originally introduced the Native Americans to Christianity. The British Protestants and French-Canadian trappers who were most ... French-Canadian trappers who were mostly of Catholic faith did this. The trappers were impressed by Native religion and didn't see any problem between Christianity and Native religion. Fur companies u ... problem between Christianity and Native religion. Fur companies usually encouraged their men to get Native American wives and marry into the tribes to make trade relationships stronger.The Whitman est ...

(1 pages) 16 0 0.0 Sep/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Were Canada's treaties with the Native peoples freely negotiated?

Canada's treaties with the Native peoples were not extremely freely negotiated.Firstly, the Canadian government's intention of ... on of the treaty was quite well-known. Obviously, they wanted to take the land which belongs to the natives'. In order to achieve their ambitious goal, they took advantage of the decay of the bison. C ... goal, they took advantage of the decay of the bison. Clearly, the Canadian government knew what the natives thought: they were losing their main source of food and they were willing to negotiate with ...

(1 pages) 12 0 0.0 Sep/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > Canadian History

The First Nations

Bryan Weiss Scott Masters Politics 11 Sunday, Febuary 4 2001 The First Nations Throughout time, Native Americans have struggled to maintain a keen sense of individuality as their culture has alway ... f Canadian society. They are viewed as second-class citizens and treated with little or no respect. Native children have been subjected to poor education practices and have consequently suffered. Teac ...

(8 pages) 37 0 0.0 Oct/2001

Subjects: Literature Research Papers

"women In Between"

n Van Kirk's article, she makes an argument by showing how unhappy the Indian women were with their Native husbands, which in turn made them seek refuge In marrying and forming alliances with the Euro ... of impending attacks against them by the Indians.The European arrival placed a great impact on the native women. For example, the Europeans gave native women mettle Kettles that made it easier to boi ...

(6 pages) 7 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Civil Rights > Women's Studies

Canadian and American History of Relations with Aboriginal Peoples -compare treatment of First Nations by AMerican and Canadians -consider whether either could be considered humane.

inst their Indians population, Canadians believed they were just in their dealing with the Canadian Natives. Legal recognition of native people led to a difference in the treatment of native groups in ... t from its American counterpart. While Canadians had a political policy of making treaties with the Native people, Americans were by this time rapidly expanding without attempts at making treaties. Th ...

(4 pages) 13 1 3.7 Apr/2009

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > Canadian History

Assimilation Through Education

d to be assimilated into the Western European culture in Canada . Residential schools removed young Native children from their homes, and discouraged the language and customs of the First Nations. Thi ... ion . Day schools were built in some communities, but because of isolation and seasonal movement of Natives, it was found to be more appropriate to establish a large residential school in a stable set ...

(7 pages) 22 0 0.0 Jan/2010

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > Canadian History

Green Grass, Running Water

n Indian tribe i.e. the Blackfoots, while interweaving myths and the stereotypical attitude towards Native Americans into the macro picture. It takes an extremely sensitive topic and makes sense of it ... ense of it through a comical way. Through the book King raises a voice against the treatment of the Native culture and way of life at the hands of the 'white,' through humorous and witty settings, plo ...

(5 pages) 10 0 0.0 Jun/2010

Subjects: Literature Research Papers

The shining analysis

GABE1. What is the implicit meaning of the film?Stanley Kubrick portrays the holocaust lived by the Natives when Europeans came to the continent but also the current attitude of Americans toward Nativ ... toward Natives. It can be argued that the movie is about the desire of Americans to exterminate the Native race. In the movie, both Natives and Americans are represented. The first one is represented ...

(3 pages) 1 0 0.0 Jun/2014

Subjects: Art Essays > Film & TV Studies > Film Review and Analysis