Valuable resources were found on Native land. When this was known, we were moved into reservations. The valuable thing they found, was gold. It was so valuable they wanted to find it all. They also seen our precious bison/buffalo which, we would use for clothes, food, etc. They took the rest of that too. Whatever we had, they wanted. We had land, they wanted that too. Manifest Destiny, they called it. Which was a term the Americans used which made them think they deserve everything.
Broken promises were also a big problem because the government told us they would take care of us but they ended up not following through with their promise. They had made a treaty called Treaty of Fort Laramie. It was established in 1851 and it stated, that each Native American tribe would accept a bounded territory, and allow the government to construct roads and forts in the territory, in return we would not attack white settlers; and they would pay us annually. By "taking care of us" they said they would give us horses, livestock, food, household goods, and farming tools. We accepted, but it soon fell apart when we didn’t get what we were promised.
My solutions to these problems are quite simple. I think to stop all the chaos from happening everyone should learn to share, be accepting, and be honest. For example, when the government finds the valuable resources they should share. That goes for us Native Americans also because if we share it will be just smooth sailing from here. Sharing could be a key to everything. If we all share the gold, the land, and the food we could live peacefully together. Also, if we accept each other and we don’t try to assimilate each other to one’s culture it will just make us more powerful as a nation. Being honest can fix the broken promises made by the government to the Native Americans because if they do what their supposed to do in the first place and don’t lie to get what they want or just in general have some morals everything that happened wouldn’t have happened.