Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Indians vs. Europeans

Shelby Bradley The idea of a brand clean world across the ocean sparked interest in many europiumans. They maxim it as an opportunity to get rich quick and benefit immensely. The issue they didnt see was the presence of the homegrown Americans who were already on the land. The Europeans sailed into northern America and immediately started excluding the Indians and taking their land. This caused many conflicts between the two groups, peculiarly in the vernal England and Spanish S disclosehwest region and during the 1600s. In 1620, the inaugural New England settlement was founded. It was at a site called Plymouth Rock and was the place of the Mayflower Compact.At first the colonists had lots of trouble figuring out how to grow crops and hunt and basically survive in this new world. The topical anesthetic Native Americans showed them how to farm and hunt and soon the colonization prospered. Its concentrated to understand why so many conflicts occurred when clearly the Nativ e Americans werent fighting our arrival. The colony was doing so well that other people from Europe saw opportunity and starting moving to New England. Soon the colony was overcrowded and the colonists started taking the Indians land. They also hunted too much, spread their diseases to the Indians, and also well-tried to convert them to Christianity.The Indians did not take this lightly. They started to fight back. For example, they killed Anne Hutchinson and her family. The Europeans greed was the root of these conflicts and the Native Americans response didnt help their relationship either. interim there were also problems in the Spanish Southwest. By the 1600s most(prenominal) of South and Central America were occupied by Europeans, so the Spanish started heading north. The Spanish immediately killed and enslaved any Indians that they ran into. By the time they reached New Mexico, slavery was in full swing and they were trying to convert the Indians to Christianity as well.

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