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Running head: EXPLORATION AND EFFECT ON NATIVE AMERICANS1Effect of Exploration on Native AmericansBhumikaPatelChamberlain University College of NursingHIST 405 United States HistoryMay 8, 2020
EFFECT OF EXPLORATION ON NATIVE AMERICANS2Effect of Exploration on Native AmericansPeople will migrate from their hometown to foreign countries because of potentialopportunity and improved economic status in future. This trend is not new; it was happeninguntil Europeans found out about the East coast. Globalization has brought new culture to existingculture and created good opportunity to learn from each other. Europeans searched new land fortrading which can provide spices, silk, sugar, porcelain, and luxury items. Europeans explorersaccidentally came to the new world of the North America in the 1500s. Before that period, thecontinent was an unknown place for the Europeans. It was a new discovery of cultures,languages, nature, planet, animals, and environment. Europeans had never interacted with thisworld in the past. They had never heard a language that new world’s people used. Native peopledidn’t even realize that at that timeEuropean invasion of the North America would alter theirlives forever. Thus, European invasion was a sudden shock to the Native Americans.Native people were very flexible, in terms of adopting to the new environment as well asvery creative. They found a way to live in forests, in desert, near the oceansand on the grassyprairies. There main source of food was hunting and farming. Lifestyle was very simple; noluxury items were used in their routine life. Native people rely exclusively on their naturalenvironment for maintenance. They are extremely generous with their possessions and by thesame token covet the possessions of their friends and expect the same degree of liberality. When

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