This is My Land

American lands had been occupied by the Native Americans for many years before the arrival of the Europeans. Their culture, and what could be called their pre-historic lifestyle, had never been altered or undergone any changes such as a bronze or iron age; and their tools and weapons were made either from stone or buffalo bones as they had never experienced metals. Neither had they experienced any white men, especially in relation to land ownership which would arise due to white encroachment across their lands, when a huge culture conflict was inevitable. Native Americans lived in harmony with the land, where their religion, beliefs and culture created everything equal; the idea that everything as spiritual and had a soul. Animals, plants, rocks, thunder, rain, lightning, mountains, rivers and streams and birds all had spirits, which put everything on earth on an even keel with man. However, the white man knew nothing of this and the only thing possessing a soul in his eyes, was man himself. Everything else on earth was to be used as he saw fit regardless of outcome. Land ownership was the prime aim of the men entering America, whether it was gained by fair or foul deeds mattered not, as long as it was owned by those who came after it.
ISBN: 9781788764612
Type: Paperback
Pages: 294
Published: 2 August 2018
Price: $12.95

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