In this rant, I will be comparing and contrasting the Apache and the Achomawi Indian tribes’ adaptation of the creation of their world. Prior to discussing the two versions, it would be appropriate to appreciate some of the history behind these two tribes. The first to be discussed will be the Apache tribe’s history.
This brief document is intended to survey a few of the numerous elements which eventually contributed to the nation’s Civil War, along with an appraisal of the adverse feelings experienced by the southern states. The uncompromising blunt of the torment revolved around the Southern states, as these states underwent the prevailing events taking place during the nation’s growing pains. It is often quantified that it is wars which united a nation, and in America’s formable years this is exactly what had transpired. Granted, not all of the New World’s citizens were prepared to acknowledge the start-up nations independence from Great Brittan, however, in favor of these people, the populace did unit together as one with a healthy measure of protest against the objectionable behavior which the king was bestowing upon the colonies.
There were several traits which made the Native American’s vulnerable to conquest by European adventurers. First, the people themselves were inadequately endowed to deal with the European invaders. Their populations were quickly diminishing as a result of famine, forced labor, epidemics involving contact with European diseases and inter-tribal wars.
Positioned near the intersection of William and Broadway can be found the remnants of the Alton's dark fleeting moment of glory. All that remains of Alton's previous Civil War penal complex is a small state marker and a few leftover bricks derived from the cellblocks of Illinois’ first Penitentiary.