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Was sind die wichtigsten gruppen der native Americans?
Diseases. The most common was Small Pox.
they wore animal skins on themselves
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They very readily contracted European diseases (syphilis, TB, smallpox, etc) from which they had no immunity.
because of diseases
I think because of diseases and starvation
they die after spanish colonies estabilished
Smallpox was a huge culprit even before the Pilgrims landed. European traders and fishermen who visited North America, especially New England after initial expeditions b…y Hawkins, Vespucci etc. brought the deadly virus to coastal tribes in New England. These traders also kidnapped Native Americans like Squanto who was taken to England but escaped on a voyage back to the "New World" and was there to help the Pilgrims. Later, after years of semi-peaceful coexistence King Phillips War came about as the English colonists in New England pushed into the interior and took sides in Native conflicts. The result was the utter defeat of tribes indigenous to New England though for almost 2 centuries tribes like the MicMac and Abenaki, allied with the French in Canada and Acadia, would raid the villages of northern New England. When the American Revolution finally began in the late 18th century New England had well-established militias, a result of 150 years of wars with Native American tribes, both from within the region or from Canada. Lexington and Concord evidenced this. While there are still small pockets of Native New Englanders in New England many have been homogenized into the mainstream Anglo population or simply ceased to exist as a result of warfare and disease. It is unfortunate that later interactions of Native Americans with Europeans seemed to have learned nothing from the New England experience. In NY State, the Ohio River Valley , the Carolinas and the Old Northwest Native Americans seemed to have learned little about the land greed, treachery and militant response of the encroaching whites from the New England experience and as a consequence fell victim as well.
The term "Native American" is used (generally by Caucasians) to refer to the entire spectrum of individuals who are descended from the people living in North America at the ti…me European explorers became aware of another continent they did not know about. The use of "Native American" has been promoted as being a more ethnically sensitive and politically correct term than "Indian", which was what Christopher Columbus referred to the indigenous populations because he mistakenly thought he had sailed into the East Indies. However, the term "Native American" paints a very broad stroke over dozens of different peoples, cultures and values. A very brief listing of the different people living in what has become the continental United States includes the Mohawk, the Cherokee, the Chippewa, the Shawnee, the Pawnee, the Sioux, the Apache, the Ute and the Comanchee; there are many more, each with their own cultures, traditions and heritages. If you are speaking in broad demographic terms, such as characterizing the ethnic heritage of the United States population, using "Native American" has been accepted. However, if you are speaking of a narrower population, it is better manners to directly state the individual group name, such as descendants of the Pawnee in Nebraska. Caucasian settlers in many cases destroyed the indigenous cultures, and it has only been over the last 20-30 years that as a nation the United States is trying to come to grips with the devastation wrought by national white-centric policies throughout the nation's history. Substituting "Native American" for "Indian", while on many levels symbolic and semantic, is a meager start to understanding the damage caused by a people that relegated anyone of a deeper-than-peach skin tone to being second class citizens at best and no better than animals at worst.
People who are members of reconized tribes within the USA.
There are still some left, so your question has no true answer ... but the biggest die offs were due to diseases imported by the European, esp small pox which was imported… intentionally with the expressed intent of killing off large numbers of natives.but who really knows how the disease started?
The Native Americans died because of multiple factors. I'm gonna try and keep it short. The Native Americans, since they were not so massively concentrated as in the Old… World cities, did not have many pandemics and plagues, so their immune system did not really have defense against the Old World viruses, so when the Spaniards came, and brought with them the "new" sicknesses, the Natives just got caught completely by surprise, and most of them died off. Those
Because of disease .
This means that native Americans live here and are not from somewhere else. Like a native habitat which is a place where something is a home.
Native Americans are those people who were the original inhabitants of the USA.Later on,people from Europe in particular and from all over the world in general moved to there.…They are also called Red Indians.They are backward section of the society.