American D. - Significant aspects of Native Americans and...

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Significant aspects of Native Americans and Europeans society and culture, which affected their interaction/clash after the Columbus encounter in 1492 Views on nature: NA believe in sustainability and nature as more spiritual while Europeans would told by god to exploit the earth and science gave them the belief that can control nature Property: NA did not believe in owning land but it should be shared while Europeans believed land was property and property showed social status Personal Identity: NA the collective group of the tribe and no one was above the tribe How did slavery happen? Started with indentured servants both white and black Pre-Columbus: not based on race, not working in agr. For profit, was not passed through heredity, was not always seen as being the bottom of society and getting rights taken Portugal trades starts trade with Africa in which they trade AA ppl > idea that ppl can be used in trade (become property) > so when massive work force is needed to grow sugar the Portugal ppl went to Africa > make tons of money of crops > need more slaves bc of death of others slaves bc of poor care bc if they die u can just get another one In America Bacons Rebellion in 1676 is caused by free indentured servants (both black and
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2010 for the course HIS 111 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at Illinois State.

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