What are 3 ways Native Americans were affected by colonists?
Labor/slavery is one
What generalization can you make about the ways of life of Native Americans who lived in the Southwest?
Native Americans were enslaved by the missionaries. They were forced to convert to Christianity by the missionaries and to leave their cultural ways to live and work at the missions. Thousands of Native Americans are buried in mass graves at California missions. They were killed by the missionaries. Your question should be asking how did the missionaries impact the Native Americans.
the colonists of Jamestown survived starvation in many ways. they were given food from the friendly native Americans, James Rolfe introduced tobacco. john smith showed them many things too. women also helped by cooking, cleaning and working on the crops while the men worked and hunted.hoped i helped!:D
By being struck by diseases brought to the new world by Europeans. The natives had no immunity to the diseases and many died as a result. Also, Native Americans were at the bottom of the social hierarchy and treated basically as slaves. The Columbian Exchange brought with it not only exotic fruits and animals, but also diseases that ended up killing many Natives.
The Native Americans came into contact with many foreign diseases and were also forced out of their native land. When Europeans settled on the east coast, the Native Americans were eventually pushed westward. The Trail of Tears also occured. This was the relocation and movement of Native Americans in the US from their homelands to Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) in the Western United States. Many Native Americans suffered from exposure, disease, and starvation while…
They were not similar at all. The English set out to recreate English in the new world. They cut down trees, built fences and houses, plowed up land, planted foreign crops, brought in foreign animals, and foreign insects. They practiced environmental terrorism against the Native Americans. The Native Americans had the philosophy that no one could own land(unlike the English) but man was to be a caretaker of land. They farmed the forest taking care…