The first europeans to come to north America were?
Some say the Vikings and Some Say the Spaniards.
the fur trade
They came to America to seek religious freedom and for business
The second group of europeans to come to America was Columbus. the first was leaf ericson
The Europeans arrived in America first.
In 1000 A.D the a viking ship ended up in Newfoundland (part of Canada) and become the first Europeans to come to North America.
The first Europeans came to America to trade manufactured goods with valuable natural resources of America. They also wanted to practice religion without being jailed for doing so.
Europeans didn’t know North America existed until they literally bumped into it looking for an Asian water route. The natural resources found in North America drew Europeans to the land and for Europeans it looked like it was vast acres of empty lands. To a European to come to a place with no fences, no king’s lands, no laws on poaching, and it seemed to be not owned by anyone. As far as they were… Read More
The first immigrants to come to the US were the Europeans. As you should know Christopher Columbus discovered what now is Florida in the US. Soon other Europeans and people came to live in the 'New World'. But if you meant who was the first to come to North America, it would be Vikings. They used the coastal areas as ports and camps when crossing over from Norway and Sweden.
We've been here for a very long time. Long before the Europeans ever found North America.
Europeans came to America by ship across the Atlantic Ocean.
They came from chips and road across with thrit slave owners
North sibara is where native amaricans come from and they were the first ones here
they wanted to come for religious freedom
The Vikings were the first proven Europeans to come to Canada and North America over 1000 years ago. It is possible, even likely, that the Irish where here before that but the proof is weak. It is also possible that the Pre-Clovis people, the culture in North America before the ancestors of today's aboriginals arrived via the Bering Land Bridge, were Europeans. The evidence is weak but mounting. If that is the case the first… Read More
The puritans (Christians who broke away from the church of England) wanted a purer simpler religion so they colonized in North America. They then learned how to grow crops and took over the land leaving a small amount for the Native Americans. They did this because they wanted more Europeans living in North America. Europeans soon discovered gold which made more Europeans come to the land, this pushed the native Americans off the land.
native Americans were already "settled" in north America when europeans "discovered" it... so I don't know what you're trying to ask here....... can you be more specific? what year did the native Americans come to north America?
Answer To be free from the loyalists and have their own relgion The first English to come to North America were looking, like Columbus, for a route to China (via the North-West Passage).
There's no exact history record, but when the Europeans came to north America, they brought horses, it was BCE.
The first people known to come by boat to continental North America were Vikings sailors from Scandinavia.
The first sheep came to North America with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage in 1493.
The missionaries came to North America because they wanted to spread their spiritual beliefs. Europeans believed that Christianity was the only true religion and that it was their duty to introduce it to every corner of the world.
This would be the Vikings. The Vikings were a group of European tribes from the Scandinavian areas of Europe. They accidentally stumbled upon North America while sailing around the island of Greenland in 986AD. They visited briefly but, as far as we know, they did not settle there. At least no archaeological remains of Vikings have been found in North America at this time.
Europeans came to the Caribbean in search of ways to travel around North America. They also came to find treasure, such as gold, and to gain more land in the New World.
Tobacco was grown by North American natives long before the Europeans arrived.
the answer is the vikings
The first people came to north America during the last Ice Age. the Bering Strait was a Ice bridge between Asia and North America. Humans first migrated from Asia to America during that time.
It was first Released In North America July 1987
who. were the first europeans to come to NY ?
Leif Ericsson discovered North America about 500 years before Columbus.
Did Cabot of England create the Nuremberg map that inspired other Europeans to come to North America?
No he didn't. The Nuremberg map was created by an unknown author (possibly an Aztec) and depicts the capital of the Aztec Empire in what is today Mexico, not the coast of North America.
Pigs first came to North America in the 16th century. They traveled over with the first European settlers along with horses and cows.
To look for better jobs.
North America or Genome
They are the English.
The first people to come to America were the pilgrims. __ The Vikings arrived in North America long before the pilgrims arrived. Prior to the Vikings, the people we call First Nations or Native Americans migrated here first.
ca 33,000-8,000 BCE- First humans cross into America from Asia Humans spread out following migratory herds and begin to develop their own cultures, tribes and languages. ca 1,000 CE - Norse voyagers discover and briefly settle in North East North America (then they up and left, forgetting about their settlements) 1492- Columbus lands in the Bahamas thinking hes in India. By the time Europeans arrived (1492) America had a population of what was believed to… Read More
The first European immigrants came on ships across the Atlantic. The Aboriginals of North America are thought to have come to America by an Ice Bridge that was naturally formed linking what is now Alaska to Siberian Russia.
Giovanni da Verrazano
They did not come by aeroplane.
they came near 1856
From the Europeans when they came to America!
The First Nations arrived 40,000 years ago in North America
why did the vikings want to come to north america???
they came to expand their areas settlement
1492 (October 12th)
"Indians" didn't come to america.. We were already here when the Europeans came to America. Columbus thought he was in India, therefore- he called us Indians.
People come to North America to be free from rulers like kings and queens and they choose here because AMERICA is a FREE COUNTRY they also come to explore nature sometimes they come on vacation or maybe they come for the warm weather. Above answer is stupid. People do not move from South America to north America to flee from Kings. There are no Kings and queens in south America. First of all specify what… Read More