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Unformatted text preview: attitudes towards native americans-pg.87-the letter cc friend, who describes the natives. describes them as gentle peaceful, naked-everytime, no weapons, they are no civilized. Says that the cannibals are rational, but you would think that they were irrational. passage 14-michele de cueno. They see different natives, that don't get along, don't all eat people. looked at indians as possession, taking advantage of them, people had gold nose rings on. pg 163 90-indians thought they were men of God, they felt a realization of power, the landed. The indians communicated with them, the gestures, O there's gold, more inland, o yeah, made col happy, just trying to take advantage, they didnt really care about the indians, they thought they were in India. one tribe told them to go to their enemy for gold, just to get enemy angry. How did the europeans treat native indians? tried to be nice for gold, and then eventually took advantage....
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