Indian massacre

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In the history of the European colonization of North America, the term "Indian massacre" was often used to describe either mass killings of Europeans by indigenous people of the North American continent (Indians) or mass killings of indigenous people by the Europeans and by Americans of European origin.

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Overview

Determining how many people died in these massacres overall is difficult. In the book The Wild Frontier: Atrocities during the American-Indian War from Jamestown Colony to Wounded Knee, amateur historian William M. Osborn sought to tally every recorded atrocity in the area that would eventually become the continental United States, from first contact (1511) to the closing of the frontier (1890), and determined that 7,193 people died from atrocities perpetrated by whites, and 9,156 people died from atrocities perpetrated by Native Americans. Osborn defines an atrocity as the murder, torture, or mutilation of civilians, the wounded, and prisoners. But there is a big question on how big the genecide commited by the Europeans on the Indigenous people really was cause there were many millions of Native peoples on the American continent that's now reduced to only a few million, some estimates suggest there were up 90+ million killed during the European take over of the American continents. Different definitions would obviously produce different totals.[1]

List of massacres

This is a listing of some of the events reported then or referred to now as "Indian massacres":

This website has more extensive research and facts http://www.ahealedplanet.net/wikimass.htm

From 1500 up to 1830

This website has more extensive research and facts http://www.ahealedplanet.net/wikimass.htm

From 1830 through 1911


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