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How kind of our ancestors to pay the indians in beads for Manhattan Island and then give them, or other's like them, small pox laden blankets as we herded them onto 'reservations' and stole their land.
Our ancestors were the invaders. They had the guns.
It is what it is, Murphy. William Penn of Philadelphia, was one of my ancestors.
Quick, junior & Kosdick...start screaming 'liar, liar'
According to the document by Pieter Janszoon Schagen our people (ons Volck)—Peter Minuit is not mentioned explicitly there—acquired Manhattan in 1626 from Native American Lenape people in exchange for trade goods worth 60 guilders, often said to be worth 24 US$, though (by comparing the price of bread and other goods) it actually amounts to around $1,000 in modern currency
There is only one incident confirmed where smallpox blankets were used
It's why one should not be on the losing side of the war.