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Principles of Economics: Microeconomics
Bruce Brunton
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Date Created: 04/27/16
History 225 LECTURE Notes How the Indians Lost Their Land (Focus Lecture) 1783-1830’s 1. American Indians and the Meaning of Independence -British protection under the Imperial System  Indians gained some protection from British when they controlled Americas  Indians side with British against Americans bc they wouldn’t benefit from their win on the Revolutionary War  Gorilla Warfare- Indians were suppressed by American Soldiers  Iroquois- Revolution became a struggle on how to maintain existence and hold onto their lands -Americans Retaliate for Allying with Britain  Racialized fears, and contempt towards Indians for siding with Britain  Justification that Indians are a barrier to expansions of American liberty -Treaty of 1783  Great Britain gives away land between Appalachian Mountains and Mississippi river  Americans get the “right’ to that land, but the Indians living there actually OWN the land  Rights of preemption, right to BUY the land  Western Settlers want the US to attack and conquer the land inhabited by Indians o Western Settlers; most violent expression of Indian policy (want to kill Indians  Want to take away rights of Indians through diplomatic reasoning not war -Western Settlers  Desired quick transfer of land through conquest  Federal gov’t could not afford continent-wide invasion -Eastern Speculators (look down upon pioneers; western settlers)  Favored policy of transfer through purchase of Indian land rights  Federal gov’t could not treaty purchase *Both understand Indians are inferior* -States cannot negotiate with Indians, have to wait for gov’t to purchase land  States propose for land  Gov’t buys land from Indians  State gets rights from gov’t for land  Indians had right to deny, but had offers they couldn’t refuse/ trapped  Indians look to British for support (they traveled to Canada) -Battle of Fallen Timbers 1794  Troops vs Indians & British Allies o British and Indians defeated and pushed back North in Canada -Land policy emerged combined a little both 2. American Land Policies -Indians owned lands that the US had not purchased or acquired by treaty  Indians possessed “right of soil”  Fed gov’t had right of preemption  Jefferson’s hope -Indian Resistance  ‘The Prophets’ o Brothers o Believed that the Americans are tricky, are playing the Indians o Front to Indian rights o Indians have all rights to the soil and unite the Indians again rights o No individual Indian has the right to sell land o Attempt to unite all Indians  Tippecanoe (Nov. 18111) o Refused to sign a treaty to allow Americans to survey the land o A part of the war of 1812 o Indians are doing well during this time period  Indians in control of a lot of Michigan during this time o Defeat British at ft. Detroit  British withdraw, American’s wipe out Indian claims in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois 3. Shift in American Policy from Ownership to Occupancy -Americans increasingly question Indians “right to soil” -Indians have never been farmers -Indians lived by the chase, nomadic hunters -Indian’s thus had a right of occupancy but not right of soil -Settlers wanted to cultivate land and utilize it since Indians did not  Indians are not farmers but hunters  Incapable in living in harmony with settlers o Resistance is rooted in distinct character of the Indian o Less frugal in enjoyment, and less industrious o Indians despise labor and leave work for women, childlike impulse, governed by passions, believe in superstition, no practical view of reality, no criminal code or punishment, live in a state of nature o If people come in contact with them they will die out o Indians block progress, only solution is to relocate them and move them to Oaklahoma -Consequences  Landownership had long been linked to Agriculture in Western thinking


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