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How did the first nations way of life change when the settlers from France came to the Great Lakes-St Lawrence lowlands?


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2014-02-11 22:29:42
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When the settlers Came the Fist nations population died down and some started disappearing mysteriously


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It's generally agreed that the arrival of European settlers was of no benefit to the First Nations. They lost their land and often their lives too because of warfare, through starvation or most usually through diseases brought by Europeans, to which they had no resistance.

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They did it through their armies. Nations would send soldiers to the place they wanted to control and probably enslave the Native Americans there and then claim the land. If they wanted to control an area already populated by Europeans they would send soldiers and fight the settlers until the settlers lost or they lost.

the french came before the English colonist did. the french arrived about the same time the spanish settlers did.

Some Indians routinely took the people left alive after a raid on other tribal nations as slaves, and probably did the same with attacks on European settlers. Also, after many Indian nations were decimated by white man's diseases, some probably captured female settlers in an attempt to keep their nation alive through intermarriage.

So that they can all team up to have a chance at fighting the "white settlers" or americans.

Settlers came to New France mainly for more land. They also came to start a new life, trade furs with the First nations people and kill some beavers: the beaver population was getting low in Europe.

On his voyages, Jacques Cartier came into contact with the first nations peoples. and discovered the St. Lawrence river. When he found new land, that the first nations peoples had already found and had been living there, Jacques Cartier had claimed that it was his land.

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