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1 CONTACT BETWEEN NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY I. A. English Islands in Native Seas B. C. Two Different Ways of Understanding Land Use 1. English: Land as Property in System of Market Exchange Land is a commodity that can be sold and traded and anything on the land property of the owner. 2. Indians: Land as Communal Resource in System of Usage Rights Right to use what was on the land at certain times of the year, but did not own the land itself. Shared use of natural resources. When they sold the land, the natives thought they were selling the rights to access it. In 1607 the English sent over old and young to found Jamestown for a Joint-Stock company. It is an investment, much like a business. Colonists thought they were in a protected area in the mouth of the river, but it in fact
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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