really really bad
How did the relationship between the pilgrims & native Americans change
The Pilgrims used the Native Americans pretty much as slaves and took over their lands. The Pilgrims were not able to survive without the skills of the Native Americans.
The Native Americans helped the Pilgrims survive by showing them how to plant, hunt, and fish.
Native Americans helped the Plymouth Pilgrims by,teaching them how to grow crops and fish.
what group of native Americans that lived in Plymouth when the pilgrims arrived
the americans treat them well
The Pilgrims didn't respect the Native Americans, and so conflicts arose.
The Pilgrims got along with the Native Americans and never fought in Cuba.
because the pilgrims taught the Native Americans how to farm.
At first the Pilgrims and the Native Americans got along well but as more and more settlers arrived and they demanded more land, the relationship between the Native Americans and the Pilgrims snapped and they went to battle in King Philip's War.
13 pilgrims and 90 Native Americans
John Carver was the governor that made the treaty between the pilgrims and the native Americans
The Native Americans.
The Native Americans
Native Americans taught pilgrims how to grow crops native to America. They also taught them how to fish, as well as hunt.
The Native Americans helped the pilgrims by teaching them what foods could be grown in America and how to grow them. They also taught them how to build housing.
native Americans thought the pilgrims how to fish, farm, herd, to build houses,and to hunt. hope this helped you :D
No, Columbus did not treat the Native Americans badly. However, it is written in history that his men did treat them badly.
The Squanto Native Americans.