Re: Where are the natives from U.S.
Not all of them were wiped out; many were kept viable in order to use them in forced labor (a.k.a. SLAVERY) with no restitution except a bullet in the back when too old to work. In fact, many laws were engineered back then to capture "loiterers", "malingerers", etc., you get the picture! When they were arrested for these (non-)crimes, they were immediately shipped off to whoever wanted them the most: and who wanted them the most payed the sherriff the most per slave. In modern day terms, this is called abduction and human trafficking. Back then, it was called good business.
Cited and paraphrased from the book, Organized Crime and American Power.