How did Marquette and Joliet treat the Native Americans?
they treated him nicely
the americans treat them well
No, Columbus did not treat the Native Americans badly. However, it is written in history that his men did treat them badly.
the English treated the native Americans harshly
they treat them horrible
Colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land.
colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land
I believe its "Colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land."
Th french respected the native Americans with respect and they married their women
Native Americans used rattlesnake weed to help snake bites.
they ate medicne
The Spanish Conquistadors conquered the Native Americans because they wanted their gold.
how did the micmac tribe treat john cabot
At first the Native Americans didn't mind the pioneers. But then the pioneers started hunting the buffalo, elk, and deer, which were the Native Americans main source of food.
Andrew Jackson treated native Americans very poorly. He was very against them. How mean. :(
He was pretty nice to the Native Americans( much nicer than the other explorers)
not super nicely
As friendly trading partners
yes but not Farley .
really really bad
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Many French fur trappers lived among the Native Americans. The relationship was good.
The Europeans saw Native Americans as heathens and inferior. He wrote that they would make good slaves.
He thought the Native Americans were people, not animals. Others treated them ike animals and were rude to them.
He treated them poorly. He was cruel to them.
he beat them
They treated the native Americans very badly and they took their kids away because they wanted to convert them to Christianity.
Overall, the French were much kinder to the Native Americans than the English or Spanish. While the French tried to convert the Native Americans they did not generally force conversion. The French also generally left the Native Americans to themselves as they saw the Native Americans as allies and trade partners for furs.
The Spanish treated the Native Americans very badly. They forced them from their land. They tried to force them to convert to their religion, and killed them if they refused.
He gave the shelter, food and water. They were close.
very nice but not
They treated them very badly. They treated them as if they were enemies.
cuz they want to
brutal rape, and torture
The colonists settled on the Native Americans' land, and they destroyed some villages. Some colonists did not treat Native Americans justly. Others captured them and sold them into slavery. Many Native Americans died of European disease, all causing conflict between Southern Colonists and Native Americans
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.
Lord De La Warr treated the Native Americans very brutally and used Irish tactics.
The Native Americans were not treated well by Massachusetts. The Massachusetts colony wanted to trade but the Native Americans did not want to. It ended up in sharing of land wherein Massachusetts colony got the part close to other colonies and the Native Americans got the farthest parts of the land.
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he wooped you and your momma fat cat.... lol
they respected their way of life and learned from them The british treated the native Americans wrong They treated them cruely and basically like dirt through their actions.
The Native Americans treated the Roanoke colony very nicely. They supplied them with food and many other belongings to help the colony survive.
The French treated them right, but the British were jerks to them. At one point, the British fought the French, and the Native Americans fought alongside the French to support them.
They enslaved them. Columbus wrote in his diary that the native Americans he met would make good slaves.
The Native Americans were not expecting the Spaniards. When the Spaniards arrived, the Native Americans initially mistook them for Gods. The horse had not been introduced outside of Europe yet and many Native Americans confused what they were seeing as half man and half horse. The natives were hospitable until it became apparent what the Spaniard's hidden agenda was.
i think that john cabot was pretty freindly with the natives
They used a plant known as bear grass.
He was nice to them. Very well for an Englishman and it was a part of his personal theology.
They treated them dIfferently because they had different methods to get them to help them.