faster. The Indians also began using European goods since they made daily activities easier. They used their cloths because they were considered high quality, and they became heavily invested in the fur trade. Guns and horses were introduced, making war and transportation easier. Most whites traded alcohol with the Indians, leading them down an unforgiving path. Reversely, the Indians also had a huge impact on the settlers’ lives as well. Teaching them how to farm, providing them with housing, and giving them names. 15.What made 1675-76 such a turning point in American colonial history - or was it?o.1676 was the year for Indian war. King Philip’s War took a mighty toll on certain tribes along the eastern coast. War along Virginia’s frontier broke out once tobacco began to fail. These wars also spurred bacon’s rebellion, then leading Virginia to civil war. I do not believe that these years were a turning point for America solely because war had been breaking out across the colonies for decades. However, some believe that 1676 brought on revolutionary relationships between the colonies. Finally they began to view themselves as one, and not 13 separate nations. 16. The "Glorious Revolution" - what, pray tell, made it glorious in America? What did it really do anyhow?17.Why did Europe, not China or the Islamic world, end up discovering America?q.Europe had been spending most of its time spreading Christendom throughout the middle east, but the last of the Empire was destroyed in 1453. The Chinese and Islamic nations did not need to expand to America because they had already set up trade with Africa and other countries. They felt as though they did not need anything that the America’s had to offer. Arab nations spent little money on ships and had no navy. The Europeans’ expansion began with fishermen moving off of the coast in search for Atlantic cod, and Europeans wanted what China had to offer. They needed to find a route to China by sea, and without traveling through Islamic or Muslim country. 18. What was the Puritan dilemma, anyhow, and how did John Winthrop's colony meet it?