Journal on a War Timeline

Journalon a War Timeline

Journalon a War Timeline

Myfamily would be positive and support my decision to join the war tofight for our liberation from the British. My family understands theimportance of joining the war and the need to support the NativeAmerican fighters. Many other young men are also being encouraged bythe chiefs and elders to support the community allies in bringingliberation to the region (Rury &amp Darby, 2016). It is always agood decision to fight for one’s country.

Myparticipation will be through the support the Native American tribesare giving the French and their allies to fight the British allies.My participation will be as a member of the Algonquin tribes, who areconsidered a minority group among the Native Americans. Winning thewar and preventing further assaults from our enemies is the mainmorale to join the war.

Myparticipation has been influenced by the continued enmity my tribehas towards the Iroquois Confederacy, who have been a greatdisruption to peace among my people. The war was significant, as itwas the gateway to setting the stage for the great AmericanRevolution. The main role of Native Americans in the war was to be onthe frontline and maintain attacks on the enemy traveling indifferent places as guided by the French troops. When the young menjoined the war, their families were left back in areas that wereconsidered safe (Rury &amp Darby, 2016). My family will remain athome to ensure they are safe. The course of the any war isindeterminate thus, securing the safety of my family within theboundaries of the camps is difficult.

References

Rury,J. L., &amp Darby, D. (2016). War and education in the UnitedStates: racial ideology and inequality in three historicalepisodes.&nbspPaedagogicaHistorica,1-17.