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Why would the first nations teach the europeans?
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Asked in History of Canada, Train Travel
How were the first nations affected by the CPR?
When the Europeans first settled in the east, many First Nation tribes fought to keep their land. When they lost their land they moved into the west. This was no problem in the beginning, however; the problem emerged when the CPR was created, starting in the east, and began to move more and more Europeans out west. The First Nations were forced even farther west until the CPR was completed "from coast to coast" and the First Nations had no where else to go. Without the CPR, the Europeans would not have settled as quickly into the west, leaving the First Nations more time to fight for their land.
Asked in History of Canada
What mutual benefits for first nation people and europeans were consequences of the fur trade?
The largest is the value such trade gave to each group. In the past the First Nation or Aboriginal people had exterminated Europeans settling in Canada. No doubt in large part because they could and because they did not see the Europeans of have value to them. In other areas of the New World Europeans exterminated First Nations people because they did not see value in them. The fur trade made the Europeans valuable to the First Nations people because they could get items they wanted from the Europeans. Items of such advanced technology the Aboriginals were unable to copy them. The fur trade made the Aboriginals valuable to the Europeans because they were supplying valuable furs from deep inland and bringing them to the coast for easy shipping back to Europe. This was the business model for the HBC. Early fur trading practices helped ensure a level of peace and respect that would be lost once Europeans began trapping for furs themselves directly competing with the First Nations for access to the resources.
Asked in Christopher Columbus
What was the first effect of europeans on the first nation?
Well, when Christopher Columbus and Jaque Cartier came, the first nations gave them everything they had. Then the europeens used first nations as slaves. If the first nations didn't listen to the europeens they would be killed. That's exacty what happened. That's why today in North America we don't have many first nations left, soon they'll all be gone. So do we really like Christopher colombus because he dicovered North America? But we also have to remember that he distroyed the First people of Canada!
Asked in Jacques Cartier
What did Jacque cartier firs think of the first nations lifestyle?
Was North America was uninhabited when the first Europeans arrived?
No, they were actually inhabited by tribes of Indians! Indians would later teach them how to farm and live in the area. Many theories have came up as to the Indians deaths, however the most likely reason is disease (Europeans were not used to the new land and surroundings and were not immune to what the Indians had, and Indians were not immune to what the Europeans had).
Asked in Education
What grade is the best to teach?
Actually it's hard to teach first grade because they don't know anything. It would be hard to teach them new things. I would rather teach fourth or fifth grade. Fourth and fifth graders know how to do division, multiplication, addition, and subtraction. It would not be easy to teach first grade. It would be easier to teach a couple of grades higher. The students would know way more than first graders. They wouldn't know anything. So what I'm trying to say that teaching first grade would be a lot harder than teach other grades.
Asked in League of Nations
Which argument did the did the senators who opposed joining the league of nations make?
How do you become a First Nations?
Asked in North America
Why did the Europeans want beaver furs from north America?
Asked in Indigenous Australians
Why did the Europeans want to convert the aboriginals to Christianity?
Asked in Canada, Lakes and Rivers, Great Lakes
What are the names of the Great Lakes of 1600?
What was the government of Beothuk?
Beothuk was the name of the First Nations people living on the island of Newfoundland at the time of first contact with Europeans. They are thought to have been of Algonkian origin. Their population has been estimated at between 500 and 1,000. Whatever 'government' they might have had would have existed mainly in First Nations traditions. Their main population centre was at the head of the Exploits River. This location also became a major focal point of European settlement, which inevitably led to conflict. Europeans had two things that killed the Beothuk in large numbers: guns and disease. The First Nations people did not have a natural resistance to European diseases, such as smallpox and tuberculosis, and they died in large numbers. During conflicts between the Beothuk and Europeans, the advantage Europeans had with weapons dealt an enormous blow to the Beothuk. The last known Beothuk was Shanawdithit. She was born about 1800, and died on June 6, 1829. With her death, the Beothuk officially became extinct, although there are indications that some Beothuk were absorbed into other First Nations people who had recently settled in parts of Newfoundland.
Asked in History of Canada
Who were the first Europeans to live in the Cordillera region- CAnada?
The first in this area would have been Asian's. For thousands of years Asian immigrated to Canada or through Canada via the Cordillera region. The first Europeans would have been the Spanish but they didn't "live" in the region as it was already populated. The first to create settlements and live in the region would be the British.
Asked in Ancient Religions
What were the Europeans looking for when they discovered the New World?
Asked in Teen Dating
What would happen if you teach a nerd everythig you know on how to be popular and to get girls?
Asked in Yorkshire Terriers
How do you teach a Yorkshire Terrier to roll over?
Why did the Europeans make reservations for the Native Americans?
The Europeans didn't want to kill them all. The Spainish especially built missions to teach Native Americans Catholism, so the reservation would appeal to those friars. The Europeans were also taking control of their land and forced the Native Americans out naturally. Then they made a separate part of their land for them of course.
Asked in Buffalo and Bison
How was buffalo important to the first nations of the plains?
Asked in Canada
What were the three first nations of Canada?
Algonquins, Hurons, Iroqouis. :) -------------------- Depends on the definition of Nation but for Aboriginal Nations it would have been West Coast Tribes. Most of Canada was under a kilometer of ice while the West Coast had immigrants from Asia settling in and becoming Canada's first Aboriginal Nations. Our founding Nations would be French, British and Aboriginal.
Asked in United Nations
In ABC order which is first in the United Nations?
Asked in Essays
What is Diversity in First Nations and how would I write an essay about it?
Asked in History of Canada, Decade - 2010s
What did the first nations people eat Canada?
Asked in Native American History
How did the indians contribute?
I am not sure exactly what you mean with this question. But the most lasting contribution that was made was by the Six Nations. The Constitution of the US was based on the way of governing used by the Six Nations. The Europeans would not have survived at all had it not been for the help provided by the people to prevent them from starving.