Are Indians Really the Problem?
Although the primary source only presents one point of view of a
situation, the opposing sides belief is equally important. The dialogue "La Relacion" by Cabeza de Vaca; the experiences of William Bradford in "Of Plymouth Plantation" and the story of "Pocahontas", all express the importance of understanding both sides of a situation. According to the primary sources of these accounts, the actions and behaviors of the Native Americans were unjustified by reason and their culture was considered savage-like. After further examination of the recorded events, you can easily conclude that the Na…
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