Native Americans Haven’t Got Their Independence, They Are Ruled By Settlers, See The History Of USA

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The English arrive at Jamestown

On the fourth of July, Every year, United States of America celebrates its indipendence and one may feel like America is like South Africa. Both countries were once colonised by Britain. Yes, the United States of America is a former British colony. The first English people arrived on the shores of America on May 13. They were about 144 of them. They picked up a spot in the East Coast and they settled there and they named their settlement, Jamestown, named after their King, James I and later on, the whole area became known as Virginia colony. The settlement became the first permanent English settlement in North America. In 1619, they brought 19 Africans taken from Africa as slaves to be used in their new colony of Virginia.

More English Christians arrived, running away from religious persecution in England and they established Plymouth in 1620. Followed by the colonies of New York (1626), Massachusetts (1630), Maryland (1633), Rhode Island (1636), Connecticut (1636), New Hampshire (1638), Delaware (1638), North Carolina (1653), South Carolina (1663), New Jersey (1664), Pennsylvania (1682), and Georgia (1732) and these 13 original colonies were the original United States of America but they were controlled by Britain. They eventually lead to the creation of the United States of America and are an important part of USA controlled by Britain because the people who settled in these colonies, Britain was their home country. African slaves were used to work in the tobacco plantations.

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On the other side of 13 colonies of America in the East Coast, the French people went to war with the American natives as they were trying to subjugate them and colonies them but the Indians who found their land as part of the settlers’ United States of 13 colonies, cooperated and with the settlers. The 13 colonies decided to revolted against their Britain home country government over taxi that was imposed to them, which was sent back to England. They went to war and their home country Britain from 19 April 1775 to 1781 under the leadership ofcommander in chief, George Washington and Britain defeated in 1781 and in 1783, the Treaty of Paris made it official: America was independent.

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After the revolutionary War George served two terms as the first U.S. president, from 1789 to 1797.

On July 16, 1790, Washington, DC was founded by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital named District of Columbia to honour explorer Christopher Columbus, and the new federal city was named for George Washington. Some of the United States currency notes bear the portrait of George Washington

There was deliberate killings of Native Americans and most of them died in the wars with the French and the English in their country. Native Americans died in massive numbers from infections endemic among Europeans. Much of this was associated with respiratory tract infections, including smallpox, tuberculosis, measles, and influenza

American natives were forcibly removed from their homes under Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Act, Native American populations were diminished in size and territory by the end of the 19th century

St. Augustine in Florida State.

Though in Spanish were roping cattle and pruning their citrus groves in St. Augustine in the present day, Florida before the British even set sail for Jamestown. St Augustine is the oldest permanent European settlement in what is now the United States. It was founded in September 1565 by a Spanish soldier named Pedro Menéndez de Avilés in St. Augustine, Florida but since at the end, it fell under the control of the British settlers as their expansion…..Séé Móré

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