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How American History Erases Mass Killings Against Native Americans

2016年11月05日 12時08分16秒 | Weblog



The erasure of Native American genocide from the Classrooms and popular culture serves to erase the distasteful memory for the collective mind space.


541-42 Tiguex Massacres: 250 killed

1599 Acoma Massacre: 800 killed

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1601 Sandia Mountains Tompiro Indians massacre: 900 killed

1623 Pamunkey Peace Talks: the English poison wine at peace talks with Powhatan 250 killed

1637 Mystic Massacre: colonist set fire to Pequot village 600-700 killed

1644 Pound Ridge Massacre: Lenape village burned by colonist 500 killed

1675 Great Swamp Massacre: Narragansett village attacked 340 killed

1676 Massacre at Occoneechee Island: Nathaniel Bacon turns on Occaneechi allies 100 killed

1676 Turner Falls Massacre: Indian fishing camp 100 killed

1676 Rhode Island: militia attacks band of Narragansetts 126 killed

1689 Zia Pueblo: Governor of New Mexico orders attack on Pueblos 600 killed

1704 Apalachee Massacre: Former Governor of
Florida orders attack on Apalachee 1,000 killed 2,000 enslaved

1712 Massacre at Fort Narhantes: North Carolina Militia attacks Tuscarora village 300 killed

1712 Fox Indian Massacre: French Troops attack Fox Indian village 1,000 killed

1713 Fort Neoheroka: Militia attacks Tuscarora village 1,100-1,200 killed

1730 Massacre at Fox Fort: French Troops attack Fox Indian village 500 killed

1747 Chama River Massacre: Spanish Troops attack Ute village 100 killed



へええ、
アメリカでは、ネーティブインディアンの虐殺について学校でもとりあげないし、主流のメディアもそんなに取り上げないんだあああ。

日本軍慰安婦制度について批判しても、米軍慰安婦制度については沈黙するのと同じですね。


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