The United States Of America

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For several years, the inhabitants of our country were taken advantage of, trade of inhabitants into slavery, victims of killings and singled out by the immigrants who sought entitlements of their territories. Before any European or Spanish authority stepped foot on American coasts, the inhabitants already had their origins rooted in the soil of what was to become the United States of America. Different from the immigrants, the occupants did not have the same approach to declaring and take control of the land. They were seekers who were watchful of the land they were occupants of and deemed themselves equivalents of any, and anything that occupied the area. They pictured the land as open for those who wanted to live there. They were also well known for setting up the cities, creating laws, productive in farming, and choosing the land. It was not until the incursion of the white men that they suffered severe judgment and decreased to barbarians. While the demand for branch out became more apparent for white pioneers, they turned their eyes to those territories of the Southeastern populations, predominantly those east of the Mississippi. The white immigrants were impelled that they could put to better use of these lands than the Inhabitants. They were indomitable by any method, to push out the Indians, sell the land to opportunists, and manipulate the supplies to their benefit. It was not without a battle, that the “five civilized tribes” of the Southeast by way of war,

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