I was shocked with the camps difference between “the naturals”, as they call the natives/primitives/amerind
One camp is built within nature, the other with it but outside of it. One view lives through nature, the other uses it. One people enjoys and feels nature, the other fears it.
Here is the description that justifies those reflexions: The Algonquian camp is built inside the forest, while the English camp is built outside of it. Bushes, herbs and flowers are found growing on the ground of the indigenous territory, while the soil is barren in Jamestown, and enclosed with gates made out of wood. The First Nation view of the world seems to feed this respect and enjoyment of everything that lives and is natural such as weeds and thunder, whereas the other ensures nature is well-ordered and constrained in useful edible crops aligned in rows, and fears thunder as the wrath of God.