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[Type text] [Type text] Romeo Salinas 10/20/07 History of the US 105 Word count 369 Different Origins Europeans and Native Americans lived in the total opposite side world from each other but there story of the worlds creation is very similar. Although both of their stories of origin might have some relevance, a great conflict grew because of the different ideas, religion and way of living. Their different narratives brought conflicts upon them for many years and even brought to the near disappearance of the Native Americans. The Native Americans style of living was spreading there horizon the farthest they could and hunt for food. “They decided that it was necessary for them to increase the size of land” as it’s said in The Woman Who Fell from the Sky ( Jeremiah Curtin pg2 ). They were also very religious and followed their beliefs just as what their ancestors had told them do so. When Native Americans first encountered with the Europeans there wasn’t any kind of conflict till later when the Europeans tried to convert the Native Americans into Christianity.
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