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The Mistreatment of the North and Central American Indian Through out the years many Native Americans have been cruelly punished for the greed of other countries I absolutely disagree with the Europeans idea that they could just invade a new land kill the natives decide to own the land that rightfully belonged to the Native Americans A lot people think that what the Europeans did was great and very important It was important in the sense that we might not have the society we have today if the Europeans didnt find the Americas but how could anybody describe the Europeans as Great In the following paragraphs I will state more about the treatment that the Indians received in Various events We start out with the early Native American groups that were formed in throughout America For example lets look at the Aztec of present day Mexico In the 1500s the Spanish conquistador Hernando Cortes marched into Tenochtitlan the capital of the Aztec empire with 600 soldiers Now lets rewind a bit and take a closer look at what just happened Cortes takes an army of 600 soldiers into an unknown empire which is said to have gold form head to toe that already should indicate some kind of hostile intent At first Cortes and his army acted somewhat friendly towards the Aztecs and then something happened and BAM The Spanish couldnt wait anymore they were going to do whatever it took to conquer the Aztecs Well moving right along Cortes soon let his fearsome army loose in the city and held the Aztecs leader Montezuma captive for six months So now we see that all Cortes really wanted was the Aztecs gold and land After many Aztecs died the Aztec began to fight back Now I know two wrongs dont make a right but the Aztecs had to do something they couldnt just stand there and watch their people
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