The Norse Sagas which describe the historical pre-Columbus Viking discovery…

The Norse Sagas which describe the historical pre-Columbus Viking discovery of North America also say that they met Native Americans who could speak a language that sounded similar to Irish, and who said that they’d already encountered white men before them.

The Cheyenne chief Black Kettle, a major advocate for peace and coexistence between white settlers…

Black-KettleThe Cheyenne chief Black Kettle, a major advocate for peace and coexistence between white settlers and Native Americans, was twice attacked by American troops despite explicit agreements of non-hostility, resulting in the death and mutilation of he and at least two hundred Cheyenne villagers.

Life in Puritan New England was so hard that children…

Life in Puritan New England was so hard that children who were abducted by Native Americans often refused to come back. The Indians freed children of the work obligations they faced in the colonies — boys hunted, caught fish, and gathered nuts; and girls cultivated corn but had no master “to oversee or drive us, so that we could work as leisurely as we pleased.”

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