Question by Message In A Bottle: Were the native Americans thankful to have their population decimated by the pilgrims?
Things were eventually going to get tough for the native Americans with overpopulation and the scarcity of buffalo so they must have been thankful that the pilgrims were starting a trend by removing the Indians…right?
And I don’t want to hear any crying about, “the pilgrims didn’t…blahdy blah blah”. If history books can paint this whitewashed picture of what really went on then anyone else can paint their version to look the way they want…right?
@ Fitz, no no no, we’re not dealing in facts but only in fantasy like some history books portray life back then.
Answer by Fitz
Meaning could Native Americans in 1691 see the future? I’m guessing no.
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