Colonization and Christianity: A Popular History of the Treatment of the Natives by the Europeans in All Their Colonies

William Howitt (Editor)

Series: Religion and Society
BISAC: HIS038000

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The object of this volume is to lay open to the public the most extensive and extraordinary system of crime which the world ever witnessed. It is a system which has been in full operation for more than three hundred years, and continues yet in unabating activity of evil. The apathy which has hitherto existed in England upon this subject has proceeded in a great measure from want of knowledge.

National injustice towards particular tribes, or particular individuals, has excited the most lively feeling, and the most energetic exertions for its redress,—but the whole wide field of unchristian operations in which this country, more than any other, is engaged, has never yet been laid in a clear and comprehensive view before the public mind. It is no part of the present volume to suggest particular plans of remedy. The first business is to make known the nature and the extent of the evil,—that once perceived, in this great country there will not want either heads to plan or hands to accomplish all that is due to the rights of others, or the honour and interest of England.
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Preface
Chapter I. Introduction
Chapter II. The Discovery of the New World
Chapter III. The Papal Gift of all the Heathen World to the Portuguese and Spaniards
Chapter IV. The Spaniards in Hispaniola
Chapter V. The Spaniards in Hispaniola and Cuba
Chapter VI. The Spaniards in Jamaica and other West Indian Islands
Chapter VII. The Spaniards in Mexico
Chapter VIII. The Spaniards in Peru
Chapter IX. The Spaniards in Peru—(continued)
Chapter X. The Spaniards in Paraguay
Chapter XI. The Portuguese in Brazil
Chapter XII. The Portuguese in Brazil—(continued)
Chapter XIII. The Portuguese in India
Chapter XIV. The Dutch in India
Chapter XV. The English in India.—System of Territorial Acquisition
Chapter XVI. The English in India—(continued).—Treatment of the Natives
Chapter XVII. The English in India.—Treatment of the Natives—(continued)
Chapter XVIII. The English in India—(continued)
Chapter XIX. The English in India—(concluded)
Chapter XX. The French in their Colonies
Chapter XXI. The English in America
Chapter XXII. The English in America—Settlement of Pennsylvania
Chapter XXIII. The English in America till the Revolt of the Colonies
Chapter XXIV. Treatment of the Indians by the United States
Chapter XXV. Treatment of the Indians by the United States—(continued)
Chapter XXVI. The English in South Africa
Chapter XXVII. The English in South Africa—(continued)
Chapter XXVIII. The English in New Holland and the Islands of the Pacific
Chapter XXIX. Conclusion
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