35 Times the US Trampled on Native American Rights

The two did not necessarily get along very well. Vox.

34. The Wampanoag and Settlers Were Not Friendly

The Wampanoag were not thrilled that these people had just landed in their backyard, and they were particularly nonplussed about the firearms that the English carried. Both groups were wary of the other, and for a good reason: the Pilgrims would follow in the path of Christopher Columbus and not only begin genocide of the native peoples but also co-opt their history and whitewash it.