Puritan Essay | Puritan Treatment of Native Americans

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Puritan Treatment of Native Americans

Summary: Examines how the Puritan British colonists of America treated the native Americans. Discusses if that treatment was justified. Explores what role religion played in the conflict.
The puritan's treatment of the Native Americans can never be justified. The fact that what the puritan did were wrong can be easily justified by their own testimonies and evidence for their actions against he Native Americans . The puritan's side of the debate is merely the ideas shown by examples made in denial. Almost as if the puritans themselves know in their own hearts they did wrong and are trying desperately to convince themselves.. The puritan's merely made up excuses to drive out the Native Americans to gain land or was convinced because of their own fears and prejudice. Some colonizers committed atrocious acts because of greed which is proven by excuses that is was justifiable because of a false belief which allowed them to gain more land .While some absurdly believed that their mission was to kill out and murder the Native Americans because...

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