There’s a highway in British Columbia called the highway of tears where first nations women went missing Full history of Native American in my https://www.edocr.com/user/drdejahang02 however, I am going to add REV- soon
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Richard Alldred on July 7th, 2019 5:54 pmHistory should Not be Tampered with. It is Cowardly!
Linda on July 7th, 2019 8:06 pm
It is reprehensible that authors are continuing to write text books with such a Eurocentric focus. What is even more troubling is that educators are either ignorant about the subject or administrators are playing too hard at being “sensitive.” As a teacher for 40 + years, I have always included our country’s unequal, often cruel, treatment of different races and cultures in my lessons. Children are more capable of recognizing mistreatment than we give them credit for, and their questions and ideas are a great starting point for allowing them to see patterns of behavior in the past and introduce solutions for the future.
Patricia Yarber on July 7th, 2019 11:08 pm
They can’t erase the tears from the land. The blood will forever cry out from all of nature. The more they try to cover it up the they will be haunted by this horrible thing they did. Pilgrims invaded their land. And murdered their people. Took the land from the Indians ,and called it theirs. Then our government came in and removed the indians, and made worthless promises to the Indians over and over up till today, they still are lying to them.
No, the trail of tears will never be forgotten. And their blood will haint American’s forever.
PatriciaThey can’t erase the tears from the land. The blood will forever cry out from all of nature. Beautiful sadly if travel to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen,.. no one can erase the tears from there either…Monsters are running the show..
Amanda on July 7th, 2019 11:57 pm
The trail of tears. Was the nicest way to say walk from one end of the country to the other. If you ever played the game Oregon trail where you die most of the time Along with your family. It was exactly like that but in reality they were erasing us, even now they erase us. The DNA companies walk around the fact they dont have enough original native American blood to compare it to. We had our culture erased then our lands then set off to die. We havent completely died out but very few of us can even say were are 100 percent Cherokee or Apache ext. I have the knowledge both my grandmother and grandfather came from neighboring villages in the mountains of Gatlinburg TN. We are still allowed with proof and permission to be varied in the bariel grounds but can not hold any ceremonies there. Some of The natives on the reservation think that is where they came from. I wish for my daughter to know the strength of nature how intune with it our ancestors were but I have so little to pass to her. All because we decided to help the pilgrims, even invented the alphabet we use today to make it easier to understand eachother. We were given what back?
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As everyone knows, the Trail of Tears is a collection of routes the Native Americans followed when they were forced out of their traditional homes, near the east of the Mississippi river. It is estimated that by the end of this journey, sixty to ninety percent of the original population was dead.
This despicable rewrite of history quotes, “The first nations people’s agreed to move to different areas to make room for the new settlements”. This is anything but good for our young learners, who will be in the end, lied to.