Calling all White People
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2352 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
<quoted text>ALL TALK AND NO ACTION! COME AND LETS MEET I WILL HAVE YOU WITH 8 SHELLS IN YOUR ASS AND YOUR HEAD KNOCKED OUT WITH ALL YOUR TEETH!
Hey uni-brow...I know you're trying to look like a badass and all but I think you may need to know that the shells don't go anywhere....do you want to start over? fyi: do a google search if you need to find that kind of stuff out
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2354 Oct 4, 2012
American FrontierFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from American Old West)
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American Frontier

The cowboy, the quintessential symbol of the American frontier, circa 1888
Location North America
Date 1600 - 1910

The American frontier comprises the geography, history, folklore, and cultural expression of life in the forward wave of American westward expansion from the original colonial settlements to the early 20th century. Enormous popular attention in the media focuses on the second half of the 19th century, a period sometimes called the Old West, or the Wild West. As defined by Hine and Faragher, "frontier history tells the story of the creation and defense of communities, the use of the land, the development of markets, and the formation of states." They explain, "It is a tale of conquest, but also one of survival, persistence, and the merging of peoples and cultures that gave birth and continuing life to America."[1] Through treaties with foreign nations and native tribes, political compromise, military conquest, establishment of law and order, building farms, ranches and towns, marking trails and digging mines, and pulling in great migrations of foreigners, the United States expanded from coast to coast fulfilling the dreams of Manifest destiny. As the American frontier passed into history, the myths of the west in fiction and film took firm hold in the imagination of Americans and foreigners alike. America is exceptional in choosing its iconic self-image. "No other nation," says David Murdoch, "has taken a time and place from its past and produced a construct of the imagination equal to America’s creation of the West."
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2355 Oct 4, 2012
The term "West"The frontier line--the outer line of settlement—moved steadily westward from the 1630s to the 1880s (with occasional movements north into Maine and Vermont, south into Florida, and east from California into Nevada). The "West" was always the area beyond that boundary.[3] Most often, however, the term "American West" is used for the area west of the Mississippi River during the 19th century.Thus, the Midwest and parts of the American South, though no longer considered "western," have a frontier heritage along with the modern western states.[4]

[edit] Colonial frontierMain article: Thirteen Colonies
In the colonial era, before 1776, the west was of high priority for settlers and politicians. In the earliest days of European settlement of the Atlantic coast, from about 1600 to 1680, the frontier was essentially any part of the forested interior of the continent beyond the fringe of existing settlements along the coast.[5] English, French, Spanish and Dutch patterns of expansion and settlement were quite different. Only a few thousand French migrated to Canada; these habitants settled in villages along the St. Lawrence river, building communities that remained stable for long stretches; they did not simply jump west the way the British did. Although French fur traders ranged widely through the Great Lakes region they seldom settled down.[6] Likewise, the Dutch set up fur trading posts in the Hudson River valley, followed by large grants of land to rich landowning patroons who brought in tenant farmers who created compact, permanent villages. They did not push westward.[7] By contrast the British settlements gave priority to land ownership to individual farmers.[8]

In contrast, the English colonies generally pursued a more systematic policy of widespread settlement of the New World for cultivation of the land. Unlike Britain, where a small number of landlords owned most of the good land, ownership in America was cheap, easy and widespread. Land ownership brought a degree of independence as well as a vote for local and provincial offices. The typical New England settlements were quite compact and small—under a square mile. Conflict with the Native Americans arose out of political issues, viz. who would rule.[9] Early frontier areas east of the Appalachian Mountains included the Connecticut River valley,[10] and northern New England (which was a move to the north, not the west).[11]

The French and Indian Wars of the 1760s turned out a complete victory for the British, who took over the western lands to the Mississippi River. By the early 1770s Americans were moving across the Appalachians into western Pennsylvania, and areas of Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Their most famous leader was Daniel Boone.[12]
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2356 Oct 4, 2012
Advancing frontier and the Louisiana Purchase
Map of the Wilderness Road by 1785.Main article: Louisiana Purchase
After winning the Revolutionary war (1781), American settlers in large numbers poured into the west. In 1788, American pioneers to the Northwest Territory established Marietta, Ohio as the first permanent American settlement in the Northwest Territory.[13]

In 1775, Daniel Boone blazed a trail for the Transylvania Company from Virginia through the Cumberland Gap into central Kentucky. It was later lengthened to reach the Falls of the Ohio at Louisville. The Wilderness Road was steep and rough, and it could only be traversed on foot or horseback, but it was the best route for thousands of settlers moving into Kentucky.[14] In some areas they had to face Indian attacks. In 1784 alone, Indians killed over 100 travelers on the Wilderness Road. No Indians lived permanently in Kentucky[15] but they sent raiding parties to stop the newcomers, like Abe Lincoln's grandfather (who was scalped in 1784 near Louisville.)[16]


Indian leader Tecumseh killed in battle in 1813 by Richard M. Johnson, who later becomes Vice president[edit] Acquisition of Indian landsThe War of 1812 marked the final confrontation between major Indian forces trying to stop the advance, with British aid. The British war goal included the creation of an independent Indian state (under British auspices) in the Midwest. American frontier militiamen under General Andrew Jackson defeated the Creeks and opened the Southwest, while militia under Governor William Henry Harrison defeated the Indian-British alliance at the Battle of the Thames in Canada in 1813. The death in battle of the Indian leader Tecumseh dissolved the coalition of hostile Indian tribes.[17] Meanwhile General Andrew Jackson ended the Indian military threat in the Southeast at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814 in Alabama. In general the frontiersmen battled the Indians with little help from the U.S. Army or the federal government.[18]

To end the War of 1812 John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay and Albert Gallatin (a leading anthropologist) and the other American diplomats negotiated the Treaty of Ghent in 1814 with Britain. They rejected the British plan to set up an Indian state in U.S. territory south of the Great Lakes. They explained the American policy toward acquisition of Indian lands:

The United States, while intending never to acquire lands from the Indians otherwise than peaceably, and with their free consent, are fully determined, in that manner, progressively, and in proportion as their growing population may require, to reclaim from the state of nature, and to bring into cultivation every portion of the territory contained within their acknowledged boundaries. In thus providing for the support of millions of civilized beings, they will not violate any dictate of justice or of humanity; for they will not only give to the few thousand savages scattered over that territory an ample equivalent for any right they may surrender, but will always leave them the possession of lands more than they can cultivate, and more than adequate to their subsistence, comfort, and enjoyment, by cultivation. If this be a spirit of aggrandizement, the undersigned are prepared to admit, in that sense, its existence; but they must deny that it affords the slightest proof of an intention not to respect the boundaries between them and European nations, or of a desire to encroach upon the territories of Great Britain.... They will not suppose that that Government will avow, as the basis of their policy towards the United States a system of arresting their natural growth within their own territories, for the sake of preserving a perpetual desert for savages.[19
north east indian

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2357 Oct 4, 2012
Big Red Booger wrote:
<quoted text>DUMBASS!!! Don't you realize that the culture you have adopted your whole life is White culture and from your own claims, you are doing very well.. I think you owe Whites an apology and a big THANKS! You can start with ME....AND AS FAR AS THE .22 GOES- YOU WOULD PROBABLY GET YOUR FAT, PUDGIE LITTLE FINGER CAUGHT IN THE GAURD.......PUSS
there was no whites in india at that era stuPiD! you are rambling about bullshit that youmade up from watching too much tv lay off the sci fi crackjib albino MonkeY i owe you nothing you owe us your LiVES!!!! and must ALL DiE'!aryans were NOT WHITE PEOPLE i have proof as well!
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2358 Oct 4, 2012
New territories and statesAs settlers poured in, the frontier districts first became territories, with an elected legislature and a governor appointed by the president. Then when population reached 100,000 the territory applied for statehood.[20] Frontiersmen typically dropped the legalistic formalities and restrictive franchise favored by eastern upper classes, and adopting more democracy and more egalitarianism.[21]
In 1800 the western frontier had reached the Mississippi River. St. Louis, Missouri was the largest town on the frontier, the gateway for travel westward, and a principal trading center for Mississippi River traffic and inland commerce.
Thomas Jefferson thought of himself as a man of the frontier and was keenly interested in expanding and exploring the West.[22] Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase of 1803 doubled the size of the nation at the cost of $15 million (about $0.04 per acre).[23] Federalists opposed the expansion, but Jeffersonians hailed the opportunity to create millions of new farms to expand the domain of land-owning yeomen; the ownership would strengthen the ideal republican society, based on agriculture (not commerce), governed lightly, and promoting self-reliance and virtue, as well as form the political base for Jeffersonian Democracy.[24]
Even before the purchase Jefferson was planning expeditions to explore and map the lands. He charged Lewis and Clark to "explore the Missouri River, and such principal stream of it, as, by its course and communication with the waters of the Pacific Ocean; whether the Columbia, Oregon, Colorado or any other river may offer the most direct and practicable communication across the continent for the purposes of commerce".[25] Jefferson also instructed the expedition to study the region's native tribes (including their morals, language, and culture), weather, soil, rivers, commercial trading, animal and plant life.[26]
Entrepreneurs, most notably John Jacob Astor quickly seized the opportunity and expanded fur trading operations into the Pacific Northwest. Astor's "Fort Astoria" (later Fort George), at the mouth of the Columbia River, became the first permanent white settlement in that area, although it was not profitable for Astor. Astor by 1820, took over independent traders to create a profitable monopoly; he left the business as a multi-millionaire in 1834.[27]
[edit] The fur trade
Fur trading at Fort Nez Percés in 1841
Plate from Audubon's Birds of AmericaMain article: Fur trade in North America
As the frontier moved westward, trappers and hunters moved ahead of settlers, searching out new supplies of beaver and other skins for shipment to Europe. The hunters were the first Europeans in much of the Old West and they formed the first working relationships with the Native Americans in the West.[28][29] They added extensive knowledge of the Northwest terrain, including the important South Pass through the central Rocky Mountains. Discovered about 1812, it later became a major route for settlers to Oregon and Washington. By 1820 a new "brigade-rendezvous" system, however, sent company men in "brigades" cross-country on long expeditions, bypassing many tribes. It also encouraged "free trappers" to explore new regions on their own. At the end of the gathering season, the trappers would "rendezvous" and turn in their goods for pay at river ports along the Green River, the Upper Missouri, and the Upper Mississippi. St. Louis was the largest of the rendezvous towns. By 1830, however, fashions changed and beaver hats were replaced by silk hats, ending the demand for expensive American furs. Thus ended the era of the mountain men, trappers and scouts such as Jedediah Smith (who had traveled through more unexplored western land than any non-Indian and was the first American to reach California overland). The trade in beaver fur virtually ceased by 1845.[30]
north east indian

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2361 Oct 4, 2012
HonkYS are COWARDS stupid have no knowledge and follow everyoNes footsteps i hate those kinds of people they need to get their heads out of peoples asses!and get GeNoCiDeD! they6 are all morphs and mimics!
north east indian

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2363 Oct 4, 2012
Big Red Booger wrote:
Advancing frontier and the Louisiana Purchase
Map of the Wilderness Road by 1785.Main article: Louisiana Purchase
After winning the Revolutionary war (1781), American settlers in large numbers poured into the west. In 1788, American pioneers to the Northwest Territory established Marietta, Ohio as the first permanent American settlement in the Northwest Territory.[13]
In 1775, Daniel Boone blazed a trail for the Transylvania Company from Virginia through the Cumberland Gap into central Kentucky. It was later lengthened to reach the Falls of the Ohio at Louisville. The Wilderness Road was steep and rough, and it could only be traversed on foot or horseback, but it was the best route for thousands of settlers moving into Kentucky.[14] In some areas they had to face Indian attacks. In 1784 alone, Indians killed over 100 travelers on the Wilderness Road. No Indians lived permanently in Kentucky[15] but they sent raiding parties to stop the newcomers, like Abe Lincoln's grandfather (who was scalped in 1784 near Louisville.)[16]
Indian leader Tecumseh killed in battle in 1813 by Richard M. Johnson, who later becomes Vice president[edit] Acquisition of Indian landsThe War of 1812 marked the final confrontation between major Indian forces trying to stop the advance, with British aid. The British war goal included the creation of an independent Indian state (under British auspices) in the Midwest. American frontier militiamen under General Andrew Jackson defeated the Creeks and opened the Southwest, while militia under Governor William Henry Harrison defeated the Indian-British alliance at the Battle of the Thames in Canada in 1813. The death in battle of the Indian leader Tecumseh dissolved the coalition of hostile Indian tribes.[17] Meanwhile General Andrew Jackson ended the Indian military threat in the Southeast at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814 in Alabama. In general the frontiersmen battled the Indians with little help from the U.S. Army or the federal government.[18]
To end the War of 1812 John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay and Albert Gallatin (a leading anthropologist) and the other American diplomats negotiated the Treaty of Ghent in 1814 with Britain. They rejected the British plan to set up an Indian state in U.S. territory south of the Great Lakes. They explained the American policy toward acquisition of Indian lands:
The United States, while intending never to acquire lands from the Indians otherwise than peaceably, and with their free consent, are fully determined, in that manner, progressively, and in proportion as their growing population may require, to reclaim from the state of nature, and to bring into cultivation every portion of the territory contained within their acknowledged boundaries. In thus providing for the support of millions of civilized beings, they will not violate any dictate of justice or of humanity; for they will not only give to the few thousand savages scattered over that territory an ample equivalent for any right they may surrender, but will always leave them the possession of lands more than they can cultivate, and more than adequate to their subsistence, comfort, and enjoyment, by cultivation. If this be a spirit of aggrandizement, the undersigned are prepared to admit, in that sense, its existence; but they must deny that it affords the slightest proof of an intention not to respect the boundaries between them and European nations, or of a desire to encroach upon the territories of Great Britain.... They will not suppose that that Government will avow, as the basis of their policy towards the United States a system of arresting their natural growth within their own territories, for the sake of preserving a perpetual desert for savages.[19
thats very l;ate for honkys to show and have the audacity toarrive herE we were here 900bc e so geT LOST!!!!!TAKE A HIKE before you run outof lipgloss when you pull out your knee pads and start blowing!
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2366 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
<quoted text>thats very l;ate for honkys to show and have the audacity toarrive herE we were here 900bc e so geT LOST!!!!!TAKE A HIKE before you run outof lipgloss when you pull out your knee pads and start blowing!
Can I help it if we're a warrior breed and your not
north east indian

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2367 Oct 4, 2012
Big Red Booger wrote:
<quoted text> FROM NOW ON YOU WILL REFR TO WHITES' COLOING AS "PURE" OR "UN-TAINED" AND YOU WILL CAPITOLIZE THE "W" FOR WHITES
TAKE YOUR DIRTY WHITE BULLSHIT AND GET OUT OF''''MY'''' COUNTRY YOU DONT BELONG HERE!!!!! DIRTY STINKY HONKY CRACKER !!!!!!!!!!
north east indian

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2368 Oct 4, 2012
Big Red Booger wrote:
<quoted text>Can I help it if we're a warrior breed and your not
YOU ARE A BUNCH OF WHITEDICKLESS PUSSYS THAT HAD GUNS DO YOU THINK FOR A MINUTE YOU STAND A CHANCE TODAY? EVERYONE WILL WIPE YOU PEOPLE OUT NICE AND FasssssssT IF THEY WANTED THE ENTIRE GLOBE OF NON WHITES CAN TEAM UP THAT GOES FOR ASIA MIDDLEEAST AND OCEANA AS WELL IN YOUR OWN RESIDENCE AND INSIDE JOB YOU YOUD BE NO MORE!
north east indian

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2369 Oct 4, 2012
Big Red Booger wrote:
<quoted text>Can I help it if we're a warrior breed and your not
WARRIOR MY ASS YOU ARE A WARRIOR YOU ARE ONLY SAVING YOUR HUMILIATION IN THE LONG RUN NOW TAKEANDBOARDTHENEXT FLIGHT AND LeaVE!!!!!! you are unwelcomed guests in my countrY!
north east indian

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2370 Oct 4, 2012
we were here wayyyyy before you so take a HiKE! illegal invader immigrant stupid honkY ugly cracKeR you people all have diseaseS! and your mouths stink of stagnant ditch wateR!!!!
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2372 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
<quoted text>TAKE YOUR DIRTY WHITE BULLSHIT AND GET OUT OF''''MY'''' COUNTRY YOU DONT BELONG HERE!!!!! DIRTY STINKY HONKY CRACKER !!!!!!!!!!
not goin
Big Red Booger

Omaha, NE

#2373 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
<quoted text>YOU ARE A BUNCH OF WHITEDICKLESS PUSSYS THAT HAD GUNS DO YOU THINK FOR A MINUTE YOU STAND A CHANCE TODAY? EVERYONE WILL WIPE YOU PEOPLE OUT NICE AND FasssssssT IF THEY WANTED THE ENTIRE GLOBE OF NON WHITES CAN TEAM UP THAT GOES FOR ASIA MIDDLEEAST AND OCEANA AS WELL IN YOUR OWN RESIDENCE AND INSIDE JOB YOU YOUD BE NO MORE!
non Whites wouldn't have the first idea on how to go to war, they would go down fast
Ralph

Phoenix, AZ

#2375 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
HonkYS are COWARDS stupid have no knowledge and follow everyoNes footsteps i hate those kinds of people they need to get their heads out of peoples asses!and get GeNoCiDeD! they6 are all morphs and mimics!
Brown stain azzholes like you hide under rocks like little cowards.....I bet a crackhead weasel like you moron steals from your own family you piece of shit waste of life doooooshbag.....
Ralph

Phoenix, AZ

#2376 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
<quoted text>you need to get 60 old used maxi pads shoved down your throat CracKeR jib heaD!
You shove tampons up your azz you sick bastard, cause you stupid brown gook stains are crackhead morons and too stupid to know any better you stupid azzwipe coward....
Ralph

Phoenix, AZ

#2377 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
<quoted text>shove a white bitches 1 week old used TampoN straight up your dirty white aSS!!!!
You have a bunch of black idiots take turns shoving their co cks and balls in your mouth after it was in your azz you sick fuckinhomo....LMFAO
Ralph

Phoenix, AZ

#2378 Oct 4, 2012
north east indian wrote:
<quoted text>TAKE YOUR DIRTY WHITE BULLSHIT AND GET OUT OF''''MY'''' COUNTRY YOU DONT BELONG HERE!!!!! DIRTY STINKY HONKY CRACKER !!!!!!!!!!
You stupi brown asian pigs eat bird shit live on welfare and take on free handouts you poor fat disease infected dirtbag......now layoff the crack ya moron....
Fatso Alert

Swansea, Australia

#2379 Oct 4, 2012
please go kill yourselves because you pink parasites are not wanted.

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