What problems did the early settlers have and how did they solve them?
One of the problems was housing the Europeans had no home to move into so for the first 6 months of their stay in New Zealand they lived in tents.After that thay built houses out of the natural resources like poles with fern leaves on top,caves,hollow tree trunks.In the southern part of New Zealand the house had to be stronger because of the climate
The problems faced by early settlers to New Zealand were largely the same as settlers to other European colonies throughout the world at this time. Many of the early settlers were fleeing the unemployment and resulting poverty associated with the Industrial Revolution in Europe and so were lacking in the resources needed to start their new life. Settlers could be faced with hostility from the local natives. They became victims of unscrupulous land dealers. They…
The main problems that the early settlers of America faced were: Disease: Malaria, Smallpox, Cholera. Indian tribe attacks: King Phillips War, Roanoke Island, Jamestown Massacre or(Indian Massacre of 1622) Crop Failure: In Jamestown, the settlers arrived to late in the year to plant crops. Many early settlers of the Virginia Colony were unaccustomed to hard labor and the settlement was not producing enough to sustain themselves.
What are the similarities and differences between the activities of early settlers and those of later settlers?
In the late 1930s and early 1940s several different early digital computers were invented. Historians still debate which was the first and which were computers or not. Some were motivated by the need to solve specific problems (ABC: simultaneous equations, Colossus: cryptography), some to solve general problems (Harvard Mark I, Zuse Z-3), some for the war (Colossus, ENIAC), etc.