His son Crow Foot was also killed. For these reasons, Sitting Bull is known as one of the most powerful and popular Indian chiefs to have lived. He was both wise and a skilled warrior, as well as stubborn when it came to dealing with the American’s treaties which shows how he lived up to his name. He has shown to be inspirational to his people in his time as well as to the people of today. Works Cited "PBS - THE WEST - Sitting Bull."
Ike is slowly becoming not only a man but also a hunter. He loves the wilderness and has gone into the woods with nothing except his close and come back out fine, This is to prove though that even in his youth Ike is a great hunter and that it is his right to kill the bear and not anyone elses, however Faulner decided that Boon should kill the bear. Boon ends up killing the bear that everyone thought was invincible with a knife which seems very much the way a real hunter would have done it, this shows that Boon in his own way is a hunter and not a straggler who just hangs around the camp for free drink. Since boon killed the bear, he becomes insane and once more becomes a pygmy as Faulkner says. Someone who is afraid of the woods and kills with the intent to kill not eat.
Lennie wasn’t good for himself because he couldn’t survive on his own. He can’t stay out of trouble and without George he would have been dead a long time ago. He’s no good to others because he doesn’t now his own strength and can’t control himself. He had murdered a woman because of his curiosity and his self-uncontrollability. “I ought to of shot that dog myself, George I shouldn’t ought let no stranger shoot my dog.”(61) As Candy said he had the choice of saving his dog from himself and others.
We shall treat you as a brave.” Natty Bumpo speaks of his own honesty when he refuses to take their compromise for death. The solution is against what Deerslayer believes in so he doesn’t go along with the plan. Heroes are also expected to stick to their beliefs, regardless of consequences. After killing the Huron’s best warrior, the Hurons offer Natty a solution. He must marry the widow of the fallen warrior.
Jackson's land policies eventually only benefited whites, in the form of taking all land from Indians, rendering his policies unfair to the Indians who signed them. Andrew Jackson, who had been fighting Indians for all his life, 2 expressed his aggressive attitude towards them through land policies that were unfair and destructive to their societies. Jackson's aggressions towards the Indians began long before his presidency. The beginning of his military career took place in the Tennessee militia, which, during Jackson's time, battled and killed many Indians. He was the colonel of the Tennessee militia at the beginning of his military career.
However, he never showed a particular capability towards warfare. As an outcome, he was called “Slow” for his supposed inadequacy skills, while in his early years as a child, he learned to use a small bow to hunt rabbits, birds, and other animals. Therefore, he was growing into a young man and began to feel desire on proving himself to his people, a vision in which he began to display great courage. In continuation of his early years, however, he was able to kill his first buffalo. Four years later, he fought virtuously in a battle against a rival clan.
Similarly, Xavier and Elijah from Three Day Road go through a path of losing love and friends eventually turning to enemies. To begin, Xavier and Elijah war quickly noticed by other comrades because of their hunting skills. Xavier and Elijah grew up with a native background where Xavier doesn’t see killing as an ordinary thing to do. This is seen when Xavier is being shot at for the first time. He witnesses how close it was for him to be killed, responding, “The other side wants to kill me, and I’ve never even seen their faces” (Boyden, 33).
Life was very hard for the family. It is related that when Temujin discovered his own brother stealing food from the group had no hesitation in killing him. News that he was a stern leader that would kill his own brother to keep order became widely known. On a hunting trip he was ambushed by an enemy tribe and taken prisoner. While prisoner he killed his guard and escaped.
“Ralph found that he was able to measure the distance coldly and take aim. With the boar only five yards away, he flung the foolish wooden stick that he carried, saw it hit the great snout and hang there for a moment…Ralph was full of fright, apprehension and pride” (113). This is the first time in the book that Ralph was involved in anything that the hunters ever did. Ralph tapped into his primitive side and this excites him because as chief he has to make sure everything is order and organized. However, Ralph knows that this is not how a chief should be acting, but Golding makes it clear that Ralph is as capable of hunting as any of the other boys.
They had nowhere to go and no foods to eat, so they managed to live by hunting. However, one day when Genghis Khan hunted as usual, he argued with Bekhter and he killed him (Sakaki 20). He hated his half brother because his brother sometimes bullied him. Even thought he was a ha... ... middle of paper ... ... like Russia and China didn’t feel comfortable to see that Mongolian people adore him. Nowadays, our society is called a global society and it is important to keep good relationship with other countries.