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History 173 T10/04/17Native American OverviewStereotypes: Chief Seal’Th (Seattle)Diversity: it depends on where they were. Generality; some societies were pretty developed with using different kinds of technologies. (Aztecs) .Territorial Chain: Native were not materialistic at all. Their religions reflected to ancient religion in Eurasia, that gods existed in nature, believed that earth was alive. There was not any land ownership, they owned it collectively. They had concept of land not similar to Europeans. Spanish Catholics: brought a lot of precious stuff back with them, collected it from natives.English did not have much interest in natives, they were practicing religion freely and wanted natives to assimilate or get out of way. They altered the American environment and made it Eurasian10/06/17Europeans took vegetable back to Europe changing their diet. Grains, cereals changed the American and Eurasian environment. Livestock also favored the export from Eurasia to America. Spanish brought horses to America, brought new
technologies, you could bride them...It transformed New Mexico into more materialistic and mobile. None of California tribes had horses before that. Disease favored Eurasia more than America, a lot of natives died due to influenza, chickenpox and etc. Transformation was complete by 1700s.The Colonial Moneymakers How good they got in using America land.Middle Atlantic Colonies-this is the place where.. They settled in now known New York City, they did not want to establish colonies really. Eventually, they were displaced by England. They came down south to make money and because they did not like puritans. They found area that was better than New England area. Found forest products in abundant, the climate was also better than in New England. Perfect conditions to make money. It was in late 1600s. Manufacturing was developing in Middle Atlantic Colonies faster than anywhere else. Small industries develop letting immigrants to work there. Business opportunities to make a lot of money. Southern Colonies (Virginia, Carolina, Georgia), James Towncolony was in Virginia, and was popular for tobacco export grew by native Americans, it grew well to Tidewater south. By early 1600s couple of cash crop were added to export, but tobacco still dominated over them. 1627 500000 Tobacco was exported from
Virginia, 1697 22 million of it exported. These colonies were more like European, because it was found by second son of the rich person. First son always got land, every other son money, that’s caused sons to leave and buy lands. They brought Africans to