One reason was disease. The Native American tribes had no resistance to chicken pox, measles, mumps, and other diseases brought to Latin America by Europeans.
Another reason is that the Indians were treated brutally by the new settlers. The natives suffered greatly from the harsh hand of the Europeans.
The colonists had bees shipped to America in hives. The first arrived in the Jamestown colony and spread throughout the area.
Disease. By the time the first colonists arrived, early visits by fishermen and explorers had exposed the natives to European diseases which devastated the populations along the East coast of North America.
The name wuchak, which sounds very much like woodchuck, was what Algonquin Indians called the ground hog before European colonists arrived in North America.
The first slave arrived in the colonies in 1619, so they were there from the start.
The Great Plains.
It was called the North Gate by ancient Africans
inhabited by Native Americans.
Any number of Native American beliefs since European Colonists had not yet arrived.
Unlikely because European diseases had not yet arrived.
prostitution and slavery.
The first European who arrived in North America was Leif Ericson-a Viking.
The American Indians were the first. The first European was Christopher Columbus
Before the European settlers/invaders/explorers arrived, Native American languages dominated.
The Incas, Mayans, and Aztecs.
there were indians living there before they were enslaved by columbus
Jamestown, Virginia is the first permanent British settlement in America. The colonists first arrived at Jamestown on May 13, 1607.
The Europeans affected the aboriginals by decreasing population
He was the first European to set foot in North America. In fact, he arrived 500 years before Columbus.
Arrived in 1492
Europeans explorers claim land North America because they were trying to get to Asia but instead they arrived at North America. They didn't know Americas existed
It is believed that the first European explorers to reach North America were actually Vikings led by Leif Ericsson who reached Newfoundland off the eastern coast of Canada. They arrived early in the 11th century.
Jamestown Virginia was discovered by the colonists when they came to America in 1607. They arrived and discovered the land where Jamestown was founded about 40 miles from the Atlantic Ocean.