Detailed explanation of the tragedy of the Native American genocide told through the lens of tribe elders.
Depicts the daily tasks and reponsibilites of Colonial women and their role in society in Colonial settlements
Power dynamics and social customs(dress and mannerisms) upheld in 17th century by women.
The state representatives debate the formal election of national senators. They decide whether senators should be elected by the House of Representatives, National Executives, The People, or by State Legislators.
As the men are sailing, they slowly anticipate the meeting of other humans. The narrator describes the English perpective of the Americans as a desolate wasteland with wild people waiting to be conquered and saved.