What are indigenous people?
the earliest known group to inhabit a region
someone who settles an uninhabited territory
people who travel to a region outside of their own
individuals who settle an already-inhabited territory
Which correctly describes the positive impact of European imperialism?
Imperialist powers established human rights initiatives for native inhabitants.
Imperialist powers sought social change through self-government.
Imperialist powers promoted their own interests over the well-being of indigenous peoples.
Imperialist powers provided political unity and economic improvements to their colonies.
How did the arrival of European settlers change life for indigenous people on the plains? Settlers killed nearly all the buffalo and most indigenous people were moved to reservations. The settlers and Native Americans used horses
because _____,oceania became a region of many different languages A)various cultures groups refused to speak to one another B)each group considered its language a scared gift not to be shared C)**indigenous peoples were separated
How modern civilization has impacted the spiritual lives of indigenous people? Many indigenous people were forced or convinced to change their religions when their lands were invaded by Christians or Muslims. Some of these people,
How has modern civilization impacted the spritual lives of the indigenous people? Are indigenous religions still practiced today? If so how have the practices changed over time? These questions are WAY too broad to answer
What is the meaning of indigenous? a. completely unlike your surroundings b. taking on the cultural traits of a larger group c. originating in and naturally living, growing, or occurring in a region or country*** d. blending of
How does religion most impact the culture of Southwest Asia? A( three major religions have strong roots in the region and change the life of the people there B( it is constantly changing as new people migrate in and out of the
How do you think the importance of these relationships developed? What spiritual purpose do you think they serve for indigenous peoples? Which relationships? What purpose do you think they served? the interrelatedness of