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Thomas Morton was a lawyer in England who traveled to New England several times He got sent back every time except the last time when he died in Maine Morton viewed the New World as a suitable place to inhabit Being a cavalier Morton complied to the teachings of the King and Church in England His writings served as a sort of promotion for the New World and he spoke of the Native Americans in a positive way Morton describes the Native Americans as being decent and modest around him showing him respect and this they wear to hide their secrets of natureso much modesty they use in that particular p 283 In a way Morton praises the Native Americans for being civilized He has respect for the way they presented themselves to him and how they acted around him Morton speaks of the children and the way they respect their elders He realizes that the way the Native Americans raise their children is somewhat similar to the way he would raise his own The younger are always obedient unto the elder people and at their commands in every respect without grumbling p 284 I think Morton tries his hardest to present the Natives as good people and to ensure those back in England that the new World would be a great place to establish a new colony Religion was important to Morton and his people at hoe and he includes that even though the Natives arent practicing the same religion as they the Natives do have a concept of God Heaven and Hell Mortons approach to the new World was one out of respect He did not fear the unknown instead he became their allies and spoke very highly of them He tried his best to understand their ways and the things they did and he accepted them He didnt shun them because they were different and unfamiliar He went about describing them
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