Louisiana Purchase

Was it Fair for American's to buy land with Indian's on it?

What is the Louisiana Purchase

The Louisiana Purchase it the land purchased west of the Mississippi River. This included Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, parts of Minnesota, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, and Louisiana west of the Mississippi River.

Was it Fair for the Americans to buy the land with Indian's living on it? (Indian's Perspective)

No I do not think it was fair because the Indian's were living on the land and once it was bought they had to move away. They worked hard to build their homes and find a good spot to live and now they had to destroy it and move. Also they didn't have a lot because they made everything by themselves so it was hard for them to move away especially far distances and in some cases they had to move away from their families and friends, just to start all over again and end up having to do the same thing.

Was it Fair for the American's to buy the land with the Indian's living on it? (American's Perspective)

Yes it was fair because we spent a lot of money on the land and we got it fair and square. We also spent hard earned money on it and it is ours so you have to move.