· In John Smith’s letter “General history of Virginia, New England and the Summer isles” he experiences the Native Americans and refers to them as savages. While on his journey looking for land he ends up on the Native Americans land and decides he wants to take over. As he continues to ask his men to trade thing with the so called “savages”. This letter is spoken it seems in third person as he refers to being “The people of Jamestown reacted devastatingly to find out about his capture, and all were in combustion” (Smith 64). The Native Americans wouldn’t give their land easily and they would fight smith’s men constantly. In Benjamin Franklin’s “Remarks concerning Savages of North America” The native Americans were treated as he continuously shows the difference between white man and savage and different cultures of each while the “savage” would be the Native Americans. Franklin says, "Savages we call them, because their manners differ from ours, which we think the perfection of civility; they think the same of theirs" (Franklin 218). Franklin does try to make it known that just because these cultures differ doesn’t mean that one is better than the other and does not make it wrong. They are not less of a human because they have differences in culture as all of us. Franklin also says, “The politeness of these savages in conversation indeed carried to excess since it does not permit them to contradict or deny the truth of what is asserted in their presence” (Franklin 219). The Native Americans are just as much people as the average white man is what Franklin tries to express in the letter. In William Bradford’s “Of Plymouth Plantation” They treat the Native Americans is quick to judge them after calling them “blood...