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You can’t be so hateful and negative. Even the poorest most hungry person has something to be thankful for. Celebrate Thanksgiving as a way to honor how the Native Americans lived, what they believed in. Yes, most American history is a lie and today many suffer, but even in times of great suffering,thanks can be found.

In late August 1636, Massachusetts Bay organized a force of 90 soldiers under the command of Colonel John Endicott. This group launched a punitive expedition against the Manisses of Block Island in retaliation for the murder of trader John Oldham (just a month earlier).

On August 5, 1851, Santee Sioux Chief Little Crow signed a treaty with the federal government, ceding nearly all his people’s territory in Minnesota. Though not happy with the agreement, he abided by it for many years. 1853 California began confining its remaining Indian population on harsh military reservations, but the combination of legal enslavement and near genocide has already made California the site of the worst slaughter of Native Americans in United States history. As many as 150,000 Indians lived in the state before 1849; by 1870, fewer than 30,000 will remain. September 3, 1855 Ash Hollow Massacre – Colonel William Harney uses 1,300 soldiers to massacre an entire Brulé village in retribution for the killing of 30 soldiers, who were killed in retribution for the killing of the Brulé chief, Conquering Bear, in a dispute over a cow. January 26, 1856 In the first Battle of Seattle, settlers drove Indians from their land so that a little town of white folks could prosper. The sloop Decatur fired its cannon, routing the “Indians.” Two settlers were killed. September, 1857 In September, the Fancher Party , a group of California-bound emigrants from Arkansas and Missouri , arrived in Salt Lake City . According to Brigham Young’s edict, the townspeople refused to sell supplies to the group. They headed south and camped in Mountain Meadows.

Columbus , The Original American Hero. By Wade Frazier. February 2014 version. Introduction. The First Voyage, The Discovery. The Second Voyage, The Invasion

In fact, the end times began for Massachusetts Indians several years earlier, when British slaving crews inadvertently introduced smallpox-- carried by their infected cattle-- to coastal New England killing over ninety percent of the local population, who lacked antibodies to fight the disease. (Compare this astonishing figure to the 30 percent death rates at the height of the Black Plague.)

"Ms. Murdock is one of only a tiny number of scholars with the richly diverse academic background (and the necessary courage) to adequately address the question of whether Jesus Christ truly existed as a walking-talking figure in first-century Palestine." —David Mills, Atheist Universe

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