How did Columbus treat Native American?
Christopher Columbus treated the natives (Taino Indians) very poorly. Columbus killed many Taino people. He also ordered every Taino at the age 14 and older to find him gold. The poor Tainos looked, and looked but couldn't find enough gold. For not finding enough gold, Columbus punished the Tainos, and cut off their hands, and make them be slaves. Christopher Columbus was a very mean and scary person to the Taino Indians. The Tainos thought of Columbus as a villain coming to their land.
No, Columbus did not treat the Native Americans badly. However, it is written in history that his men did treat them badly.
Native American treated Christopher Columbus with more than enough respect. They gave him and his crew all their tools. But then Christopher Columbus made them slaves so they started to dislike him. The native people treated Columbus very well , giving him food and shelter they thought of the Europeans as their white brothers. But Columbus did not treat them well, killing a lot then making the rest slaves.
How was Christopher columbus treated by the native people
Good as heck
Columbus treated the Indians poorly. Columbus killed and tortured many native Indians.
no Columbus was not the first American havent u heard of the native Americans?
No,Christopher Columbus is an Italian explorer.
The native American tribe that Columbus first met are called the Taino. They are a tribe in the Arawak, now known as the Bahamas.
Columbus was really disrespectful to Native Americans or also known as American Indians.
He was a European
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1492 by Christopher Columbus
Christopher Columbus met the Native Indians when he reached America.
The European explorers saw the native people as less than human. With this thinking they could treat them as they wished. Columbus wrote in his diary that they would make good slaves.
What were the approximate number of Native American languages in the New World prior to the arrival of Columbus?
It is estimated that there were 1,800 different Native American languages spoken in the New World prior to the arrival of Columbus. No one knows the exact number.
Because Christopher Columbus did not speak "Hindi" OR "Native American", he named them "Indians" based on his own limited knowledge of the world.
Yes, until his men started abusing the children and women.
Because the europeans treat the native american as slaves.
the vikings found it before Columbus but the native Americans found it first
Columbus was said to have treated the Native Americans very poorly when he found the New World. It is said that he cut off the tips of their ears and noses to show power, and that he forced them into Catholicism.
Columbus's relationship with the Native Americans started out fine, but then as time went on it turned band and he started to wage war with them and he soon enslaved them.
It's not. Native American Day is the 4 friday in September.
Yes. He writes in his diary that he cut the hands off a Native American because he didn't bring him enough gold. Columbus was a greedy mean man.
They enslaved them. Columbus wrote in his diary that the native Americans he met would make good slaves.
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Columbus thought he was in India so he called the native American people (Tainos) Indios, the spanish word for Indians.
the mayas, kalinagoes and the tainoes were present.
I found that some were the Taino Tribe, and The Arawaks.
Christopher Columbus caused, or was the catalyst, to the downfall or decend of Native American culture. Many were used as slaves, were treated poorly, or were dead from diseases traveled from Europe after his ships came.
The Native American culture of the 1490s is not especially well known. However, when Columbus reached Hispaniola in 1492, the culture was thriving, healthy, and happy.
native amaerican grew their own crops , had water and hunted most of either food
badly they stool pizza from them. this is a true crime
Columbus called them Indians (incorrectly) because he thought he was in India. Calling a native American an Indian can be derogatory or perceived as an insult. Best to call them by their tribe name or by their given name.
There are many ancient North American cultures found in the Native Americans that were here centuries before Columbus.
He kept them as slaves and he brought Spanish people with him; which they either killed or tortured them very badly.
The state of Oregon is name after the Native American name of the river we currently call the Columbus river. The Native Americans called it the Ouragon river.
Of course! The Native Americans were friendly when they met Columbus and the Spanish explorers because they thought Columbus and his explorers to be honorable people. Columbus portrayed himself in this way. He was very kind and polite to the Native Americans and made sure to treat them with respect. The Native Americans, after all, had never seen Europeans before, and although they were a bit taken aback, they admired them (of course, until they… Read More
i'm not sure they came from native american and start the wairs
The new lands were rich in Native American slave.
Columbus had nothing to do with Native Americans learning. He brought disease and the first meeting of the old and new worlds . He was a drop in the bucket of the future meetings and the children will learn as they always had from the people of their tribe of their customs and ways.
Sorry- there were more than 700 Native American tribes, and at the time of Columbus, more than 2000 languages spoken. You need to pick one- there IS no "Native American language. However, many proper names remain unchanged from one language to another.
y showing his religous beliefs
Basically, the "discovery" of America was not good news to the native Americans, considering the opression against them.
Native Americans did but colonial Americans came much later
The reasons they're called Native American is because they are native to America. The reason we call them Indians is because Cristopher Columbus thought he had found a new route to India when he first arrived in America. So "Indian" is an incorrect term. "Native American" is correct.
The Arawaks were the Native Americans that met Columbus when he landed.
well, you can say either one. i prefer saying native americans,but i also say american indians. The reason why most americans today call them just plain indians is because christipher columbus thought he had sailed to india.
Before the arrival of Columbus and conquistadors to the Americas, the indigenous Taino people spoke Taino, a Native American language of the Arawakan language family, to which most South and Central American indigenous languages belong.
The Spanish enslaved the American Indians and treated them like they were nothing more then dirt.
Yes. He made several trips to the americas. The first of which led him to what is present day cuba and he later made it to central america. However, he did not make it to the area now known as the U.S. side note, the proper term is Native American. American Indians don't exist. "indian" is a term mistakenly used for native Americans because Columbus thought he was in India.