Compare and Contrast the views of Native Americans and Europeans

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American History

 

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The Indians believed that property was part of a tribe, not a personal possession to own. One of their beliefs was that the land was sacred, and each family should have a piece of the whole. As a general rule, the Indians followed their belief that states that everything on the earth is given to all, and each person deserves their own share...
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In 1657, a French Jesuit said that, "Their kindness, humanity and courtesy not only makes them liberal with what they have, but causes them to possess hardly anything except in common." In European society during the time of colonization, the man was by far more important in society than his wife. For Europeans, the to be a member of a family you had to be related to the eldest male in the household...
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