Colonists brought the herb to North America true, but not only as a source of food but also for its medical benefits.
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The first cows were brought to America in 1611, Jamestown.
Walter Raleigh brought them from the Americas.
1619 to Jamestown.
In 1619 the first slave came to the Virginia colonies and was brought to work.
The Spanish conquistadors in the early 1500s.
The Spanish first introduced wild horses to the Americas! :)
when the europeans first came to the Americas they brought diseases which the native Americans weren't immuned to. therefore they died and the europeans had no one to work and farm the lands. they knew that africans had immunity so they enslaved them and brought them to the Americas. another reason native Americans died was because the europeans had guns and were in constant warfare with them.
they where natrually brought up they are not indiginous to the Americas The horses you have in America today were brought over from Europe by settlers in the 1400s.
I believe that the slaves were first brought into New York Harbor. When they arrived, from real life accounts, they felt so free when they saw the Statue of Liberty.
No, not initially. The first settlers from England were Christians and they brought their religious practice with them.
Lacrosse is considered to be Americas first sport, brought by the North American Indians
false. evidence of viking landings and even settlements have been found in northern Canada.
Christopher Columbus is regarded as the person who brought the Americas into the forefront of Western attention. It is not that he first discovered the Americas, it is that he was the first one to stay, besides the Native Americans.
Christopher Columbus brought the first white people to the Americas. There was already Native Indians that lived here first before anyone.
Because the Conquistadors brought the first modern horses to America. The horses that were native to the Americas were extinct by the time Europeans got here.
the first African slaves in the New World were brought to Hispaniola in the early 16th century by their Spanish masters...Hope this helps :)
It is believed that Spanish sailors returning from the Americas brought the first potatoes back to Europe some years before the end of the 16th century.
Mustangs were not brought to the Americas, they were created in the Americas by foreign stock brought over by the Spanish and later English settlers. The breeds brought over are as follows. From Iberia: Sorraia, Lusitanos, Andalusians, Spanish Jennets, Barb and Spanish barb crosses. Eventually the English brought: Cleveland Bays, Ponies of various breeds, Crossbreds of specific types and draft breeds.
Tea was introduced into the Americas because the American colonies were made up of British citizens. British citizens moved to the Americas and brought their tea with them.
No, the first honey bees were brought to the Americas by the early European settlers.
In the Columbian Exchange, woolen Navajo blankets were brought to the Americas from Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Yorkshireman William Strickland is believed to have brought the first turkey to Britain in 1526. He was an English landowner who sailed on early voyages of exploration to the Americas.