The different beliefs about land ownership between the government and the Native Americans was a big source of conflict between them. The government thought that the land should be used for building and industrializing and growing economically while the Native Americans thought that the land should be used to live off and left alone like the way their ‘God’ intended it to be.
The Native Americans also had found several valuable resources on the land that they established. They found gold in the Black Hills. The government heard that they had found gold on American soil then the government immediately wanted to seize their land so they could have the gold for the benefits of the government and taking their land all of sudden was unfair to the Native Americans.
The government and the Native Americans also had severe conflict because of all the promises that the government made that they did not follow through with. For example, the government had told them that they would give them horses and help provide for them but no horses came and no help was ever given to the Natives and they were just treated poorly and not as equal white men.
One possible solution that would solve the three problems that I listed above would be to create one central reservation that all the Indians who were willing to relocate could go to live there in peace and not be bothered by the government as long as they did not leave the borders of the central reservation. This one reservation would be a parcel of land that a majority of all the white settlers and government senators would agree upon that way the white settlers wouldn’t get angry. Any Native Americans that were not willing to move to the reservation would be locked in jail. Putting them in jail without a fair trial may violate the sixth amendment is some cases but it is necessary that the government not concede with any counter offers made by the Indians.