I realized that the text about the interaction that existed between native Indians and Europeans was not only exciting but also informative to the context that it enabled me to engage in the story. I learned that during the interaction each party had distinct perspectives on the way of life. An essential example of this is where Europeans view opportunities are chances of people refreshing up their lives or making more money than usual on the other side of view, the natives incorporate the exploitable asset that they could earn against various commodities. The text depicts Africans as living stable lives with no worries until the 18th century where the Africans abruptly became slaves to Americans.
During colonialism, the black settlers and native Indians were murdered in cold blood due to issues regarding their status quo. This resulted in the extinction of particular tribes from existence. More so, there is an apparent outstanding depth in the review of the tribes from the originality of the colonies in the American history. This entails the representation of the tribes, the colonies, organizational setup, and administrative ruling. I noticed that in the text, an open question is projected, “Which tribes were present during colonialism, their organization on way of life, their regulatory approach to the system? The issue concerns the 13 colonies present at that time. It focuses on how the 13 colonies organized themselves from lifestyle and various lifestyles among them. The social structure was keenly emphasized. Furthermore, the colonies did not have any governments but operated under loosely based codes that were passed from one generation to the other.
Immerwahr, D., 2016. The greater United States: Territory and empire in US history. Diplomatic History, 40(3), pp.373-391.
Mintz, Steven, and Sara McNeil. “Digital history.” (2015).
 Mintz, Steven, and Sara McNeil. “Digital history.” (2015).
 Immerwahr, D., 2016. The greater United States: Territory and empire in US history. Diplomatic History, 40(3), pp.373-391.