How did early Maori lifestyle affect early Europeans?
they made them better at hunting
Pre European days, maori were not familiar with money. They hunted for their food, grew their own crops and lived off what the land had to offer in terms of food sources. Europeans then came to nz and that's when monetary value was put on items such as land, food, and other items. In early times maori traded goods in lieu of money.
Maori is the Maori religion, which is based on traditional Maori mythology and beliefs. Some Maori follow all sorts of Pakeha religions including many types of Christianity, from Mormonism to Rastafarianism. In the early days of European settlement, Maori tried to get along with the Pakeha by accepting their religion, so some churches developed that are a Maori version of other Pakeha religions. One example is the Ratana church.
The Maori fought the early European settlers of NZ predominately because the settlers where unfairly taking the Maori peoples land off them as the Maori believed the Europeans were wanting to share the land, however the settlers wanted to purchase the land outright. The Maori people soon realised that the settlers did not want to share the land but by this time allot of the land was in the settlers hands. As more settlers came…