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3. How did Native respond to the European's culture and society? Did they try toco-exist in the New World with the Europeans? Did the tribes change orassimilate to be included in European society?4.Discuss the Columbian Exchange's positive and negative effects on the NewWorld. What new items were introduced to the American Indians and did theyhelp or hinder progress for the First Nations?5. How did Europeans perceive "Indianness” during this early period of contact?Looking at Columbus's view of the first people compared to the Pilgrims'sperspective of the Native....What issues do historians face when trying toreconstruct histories of early Native American cultures?Last part: At the end of your post please comment in one paragraph on what youhave learned that was new, surprising, and interesting.
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The French were more interested in maintaining a better relationship with them byclaiming uncultivated lands and then introducing the tribes to an agricultural way oflife. The French also pushed Catholicism, but were less brutal with their tactics. Theyopened relationships by utilizing the fur trade. However, over time theserelationships grew tense as tribes began to compete with one another for the besttrading with the French and the small wars for resources had lasting effects forhundreds of years to come.When the English arrived in the 17thcentury, they came upon run down anddisheveled Amerindian settlements. They were in these conditions because ofearlier contact with European settlers than had brought upon them disease whichravaged their populations. The English sought good relations through trade, but
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Native Americans in the United States, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, American Indian Experience