For their part, native Americans introduced Europeans, Africans, and agent to new foods, customs, and ideas. After 1492, elements of native American ways of life gradually spread around the world. Sadly, disease also spread from the Americans to Europe and

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  1. History

    6. Which of these were reasons for Columbus is first voyage from Spain select all that apply (A )Spain wanted to discover new land for settlement ( B.) He went in search of an easier route to Asia C. He sought to bring back Native Americans for slavery D.

  2. Texas History

    1.How did the arrival of the Spanish explorers affect Native Americans? A.Spanish exploration brought settlers who pushed Native Americans north. B.Native Americans and the Spanish established a practice of trading goods. C.Warfare and disease killed many

  3. history

    1. What was the result of Cortes’s defeat of the Aztecs? Select all that apply. (2 points) The Spanish thought it brought them more wealth and power. Cortes had lost so many soldiers in the victory that he had to wait several months for more to arrive

  4. Social Studies

    Which statement beat explains why people in west Africa eat manioc? Europeans introduced manioc to Africa after encountering it in America. Early native Americans established trade routes with west Africans Manioc is native to west Africa and a traditional

  5. history

    9. Based on what you know about Native American relationships with the Spanish colonists what can you infer about the way Spanish viewed Native Americans? A. Spanish colonists all Native Americans as her equals (B.) Spanish colonists felt that they were

  6. Social studies

    French took the lead in colonizing the upper Midwest region. From the early 16th century on, French soldiers, missionaries and fur traders left their slight mark upon the St. Lawrence Valley, the upper Great Lakes and points west. For the early French

  7. History

    1. What is one benefit of reservation life for Native Americans? A. They have access to many Native American employers B. They have the freedom to have some self-government*** C. They have special boarding school for their children D. They have a lifestyle

  8. History

    In which way might the Spanish choice to claim North America land be considered controversial? A: Spanish explorers promised to free the slaves of North America. B: Spanish explorers failed to convert native people to Christianity. C: Spanish explorers

  9. History

    Which of the following best describes William Penn's vision for living in America? He plotted to change the customs and religion of the Native Americans. He wanted to practice ideals such as religious freedom and toleration.*** He envisioned building large

  10. Plz help @Reed

    What strategy helped Native Americans keep more of their land? being more welcoming to the settlers willingness to negotiate with the settlers tribes helping one another fight the Europeans willingness to work the land for the Europeans.***

  11. Social Studies

    The late 1400s through the early 1600s was a time of exploration and early settlement of several European colonies. Each European country had different reasons for their exploration and settlement, but all encountered Native Americans during their

  12. PLZ Help History--@Ms. Sue

    Native American knowledge helped European settlers in many ways. Which of the following best illustrates this idea? Some Native Americans converted to Christianity. Some Native Americans allowed Europeans to join their society. Some Native Americans traded

  13. Plz help-----U.S History

    What strategy helped Native Americans keep more of their land? being more welcoming to the settlers willingness to negotiate with the settlers tribes helping one another fight the Europeans willingness to work the land for the Europeans.*** Plz help!

  14. History

    Which of these is an accurate comparison of the results of the Columbian Exchange? A: Europe benifited the most because ideas from the New World sparked the renaissance. B: Both Europeans and Native Americans benefited from the trade, but the harm done to

  15. Social Studies

    Which choice best describes the relationship Spanish Colonists had with Native Americans? A Native Americans had little interaction with colonists and were free to live as they choose. B Colonists treated Native Americans poorly and many Native Americans

  16. History

    Experts believe that most Native Americans died of diseases like smallpox, typhoid, or diphtheria in the first decades of contact with European settlers. Which statement best explains this phenomenon? Native Americans refused medical treatment from

  17. History

    What is one benefit of reservation life? A.Schools on reservations are unusually good because of their small class sizes. B.Native Americans can practice their traditions and culture with others who share them. C.Most Native American reservations are in

  18. Social studies

    How did the treaty of Greenville effect the land claims of native americans in the northwest territory. A.It allowed settlers to take native americans' land. B.It employed native americans as sharecroppers. C.It allowed them to keep their land, No

  19. History

    Which option represents a positive impact of European interaction on Native American peoples? A.) Native Americans became dependent on European manufactured goods. B.) New diseases from Europe helped boost the immunity of Native Americans. C.) Native

  20. Social Studies

    What effects did the arrival of Europeans have on native Americans? A the arrival had little effect on native Americans. B Conquest and disease brought by Europeans changed the native american way of life forever C Native Americans and newly arrived

  21. Social Studies

    For their part, native Americans introduced Europeans, Africans, and agent to new foods, customs, and ideas. After 1492, elements of native American ways of life gradually spread around the world. Sadly, disease also spread from the Americans to Europe and

  22. Social Studies - Can anyone check my answer?

    Why did Native Americans get involved in the French and Indian War? Select two answers. 1. They felt it was the only way to protect their way of life. ** 2. Europeans threatened violence against their families and forced them to choose a side. 3. They

  23. History

    What effect did Europeans have on natives of the Americas? (Select all that apply.) A) Europeans brought technologies, ideas, plants, and animals that were new to America and would transform peoples’ lives. B)Europeans drained natural resources from the

  24. Social studies

    The late 1400's through the early 1600's was a time of exploration and early settlement of several European colonies. Each European country had different reasons for their exploration and settlement, but all encountered Native Americans during their

  25. History

    3.How did Spanish colonies differ from French and English colonies? a.Missionaries sought to convert Native Americans to Christianity b.Peninsulares and creoles banned the slave trade, calling it immoral. c.The encomienda system subjected native peoples to

  26. ss

    Which of the following is an effect of european exploration on native Americans A. exchange of goods between Europe and the Americans B. clashes over ideas over property ownership C. transfer of deadly germs and viruses D. all of the above

  27. History

    What was the primary goal of the Dawes Act? A. to provide farms for Native American families B. to preserve reservations for Native Americans C. to protect Native American cultures D. to encourage Native Americans to become farmers

  28. World History

    Which of the following would make the best caption for this image supporting the relationship between Africans and Europeans during the Age of Imperialism? A. Africans accepted and respected the ideas of the Europeans. B. Africans believed they should rule

  29. US history

    Which underlying problem led to both the Pequot War and King Philip’s War? A. the expansion of English settlements in New England B. the forced conversion of Native Americans to Christianity C. the longstanding alliance between the French and Native

  30. History

    Which statement makes an accurate comparison of the Native Americans' viewpoint of land ownership with the Europeans' viewpoint? A. Both the Native Americans and the Europeans believed that land ownership was a right given to each adult by their birth. B.

  31. Texas history

    How did the arrival of Spanish explorers affect Native Americans? A. Spanish exploration brought settlers who pushed Native Americans north. B. Native Americans and the Spanish established a practice of trading goods. C. Warfare and disease killed many

  32. American History

    What disadvantages did Native Americans experience in their trading with Europeans? Native Americans became reliant on European technology. Native Americans could not trade effectively because they lacked economic leaders. Native Americans traded for items

  33. social studies

    Which statement makes an accurate comparison of the Native Americans' viewpoint of land ownership with the Europeans' viewpoint?

  34. HISTORY

    Which factor BEST explains why Native Americans were able to make permanent settlements? A. native americans began to cultivate plants for food B. Native Americans began to create more complex tools and pottery C. Native Americans discovered alternative

  35. Social Studies

    What kind of relationship did colonists have with the Native Americans A. The two groups were equals B. Colonists ignored Native Americans C. Native American taught colonists religious rituals D. Colonists treated Native Americans poorly

  36. us history

    Native Americans moved from lands where they had lived for a long time. Which of the following statements best explains the reason for this change? Native Americans hunted differently once they had access to guns. Native Americans could travel further once

  37. History

    3. Which of the following best describes the impact of European contact on Native American populations in southeastern North America during the 14th and 15th centuries? a. Europeans had a positive effect impact on Native Americans because the primitive

  38. us history

    18. Which of the following is a notable influence of Native American culture on the geography of the United States? Many places are named using Native American words. Native Americans created safe passages through mountain areas. Many of the cities today

  39. Social Studies

    What is one example of cultural exchange during the settlement of North America? A)The Spanish introduced horses to North America B)Native Americans ate a great deal of fish C)European settlers took Native American lands D)Spanish and French explorers came

  40. social studies

    1. why did Dutch colonies in the americas fail to attract as many settlers as English colonies did? a. fewer people were dissatisfied with the life in the Netherlands than in England*** b. the economy of Netherlands was much weaker than that of England c.

  41. Native American Literature

    How are the tensions of the time of Native American literature (Pre-1600) reflected in American literature? There were a lot of white people at the time, that looked down on Native Americans. The white people would always try to steal their land and cause

  42. SS

    a major reason for the establishment of new Spain and new France was to- A) promote religious freedom for Europeans*** B)spread Christianity among Native Americans*** C)enter into the fur trade with Native Americans D)enslave Native American for work in

  43. Social studies

    Which quotation best expresses the point of view of a Pennsylvania colonist on Native Americans in their region? A.“All Native Americans should be treated fairly.” B.“Only those Native Americans that share our religious beliefs will be welcome.”

  44. History

    What did the missionaries to the Pacific Northwest Americans do that hindered their missionary efforts A: They argued with and criticized other missionaries and belittled the Native Americans B: They refused to learn the Native American languages because

  45. US History

    read the passage and answer the question below. “They expressed their great satisfaction, saying that no greater good could come to them than to have our friendship, and that they desired to live in peace with their enemies, and that we should dwell in

  46. social studies

    What is the correct order of the social pyramid of Spanish colonial society? Place the highest class at the top and the lowest class at the bottom. creoles, mestizos and mulattoes, Africans and Native, Americans, peninsulares

  47. Social Studies

    1.)Which of these were reasons for Columbus's first vogue form Spain? Select all that apply. A.) to find precious metals such as gold** B.) to see if the world was flat or round C.) to find the fabled New World D.) to find an easier route to Asia** 2.)

  48. Social studies

    Why were the French and Native Americans allies during the French and Indian War? A) French purchase Native American land instead of forcing native Americans to give up their land B) The French and the Native Americans had A strong fur trade relation ship

  49. Social Studies

    4.What was the encomienda system? A. a system in which Spanish monarchs shared with Native Americans the right to demand labor from peons and Africans B. a system in which the Spanish conquistadors granted Native Americans the right to demand labor from

  50. History

    Which of the following most contribute to Native American health problems? ( 2 points) Few doctors and hospitals operate in rural areas. Native Americans live both in large cities and on reservations. High poverty and unemployment levels are linked to

  51. History

    North America Foods - Exported to Chilles South Asia Sweet potatoes China Corn China, Africa Manioc Africa Tomatoes Europe Based on the chart and what you know of the Columbian Exchange, which statement best explains why people in West Africa eat manioc?

  52. Social stuides

    . What was the Northwest Passage and why were the French, Dutch, and English explorers looking for it? * Your answer 2. The exchange of goods and ideas from both continents was called _____________. * Your answer 3. Why did the Spanish turn from using

  53. Social Studies

    1.Which of the following was once a dutch country? A)Maryland B) Rhode Island C) Philadelphia D)New York City*** 2.the Franciscan monk who worked for the rights of native Americans was A) Robert de la salle B) Jacques Marquette C) Louis Joleit D) Juniper

  54. history connuxus

    Native Americans one the frontier 1) what happens to the native Americans during Jackson presidency? A they were forced to leave there land and move westward

  55. check geo

    when ___ the african slave trade greatly increased. a)AFRICANS BEGAN TO SHIP slaves to europe B)europeans needed more workers in the americas C)isalmic traders replaced europeans traders in western africa D)africans took arabs across the sahara. my choose

  56. social studies

    how did the spanish conquest affect native americans and africans?

  57. History

    1.Which statement best characterizes early native Americans in new mexico Most early native Americans worked mining copper and silver Most native Americans were nomadic hunters and gatherers Most Native Americans lived in villages and farmer Most Native

  58. U.S. History

    Veena writes an essay about Native Americans in the 1800's Native Americans and U.S settlers struggled for land during the early 1800's. U.S. citizens slowly pushed Native Americans off their traditional lands. They fought wars, such as Seminole War, for

  59. Social Studies

    1.) Select one-way Native American societies modified their environments to meet their needs? A. The Natchez of the Southeast region made clothing out of fur and waterproof boots from sealskin. B. Cultures of the Southwest used irrigation methods to

  60. Social Studies

    What effects did the arrival of Europeans have on Native Americans? A. The arrival of Europeans had little effect on the Native Americans. *B. Conquest and diseases brought by Europeans changed the Native American way of life forever. C. Native Americans

  61. history

    How did European Americans hope to influence Native Americans to adopt their culture? through encouraging the Bureau of Indian Affairs to provide monetary rewards to Native Americans who left reservations through indoctrinating Native American children

  62. History

    were can I find information about this question? The exploration and settlement of the American continents by Europeans initiated contact between Europeans, Native Americans, and slaves brought from Africa. How did these diverse interactions affect each

  63. Social Studies

    Why did Georgia want Native Americans relocated to Indian Territory? A) Native Americans carried many diseases that were fatal to white settlers. B) Native Americans wanted the right to vote. C) The population of the state was increasing and much of land

  64. Social Studies

    What was the role of the Native Americans during the Revolutionary War? A. Native americans did not fight in the Revolutionary War. B. More Native Americans fought with the British than with the Americans during the Revolutionary War. C. More Native

  65. biology

    1.can introduced species strengthen the immune system of the native species 2. can an introduced species change thec composition of the natural habitat so it is unsuitable for the native species

  66. Social Studies

    Sometime around the 1880s European countries, for a variety of reasons, began to take control or colonize some area in Africa and Asia at an alarming rate. The expansion of European power in this period took many forms, but no matter the form it had greed

  67. History

    North America Foods - Exported to Chilles---------------South Asia Sweet potatoes------- China Corn -----------------China, Africa Manioc----------------Africa Tomatoes--------------Europe Based on the chart and what you know of the Columbian Exchange,

  68. algebra-math

    Combined, there are 184 ​Asians, Africans,​ Europeans, and Americans in a village.The number of Asians exceeds the number of Africans and Europeans by 61. The difference between the number of Europeans and Americans is 11. If the number of Africans

  69. Math-college

    Combined, there are 178. ​Asians, Africans,​ Europeans, and Americans in a village. The number of Asians exceeds the number of Africans and Europeans by 69. The difference between the number of Europeans and Americans is 7. If the number of Africans

  70. social studies

    1. Many agree that Native Americans migrated from Asia as early as _______ years ago. (1 point) 2,000 5,000* 30,000 100,000 2. What country controlled the majority of the Americas in 1783? (1 point) Great Britain* France Spain Native American 3. The Treaty

  71. U.S. History

    please check this answer 1. A major goal of the encomienda system was to a. force Native Americans to work for Spanish colonist b. drive Native Europeans off their land c. help Europeans adapt to Native American culture d. prevent the development of social

  72. history

    Which dangerous idea eventually got Roger Williams cast out of Salem? Select one: a. Europeans should learn Native American language b. Europeans should not try to convert Native Americans to Christianity

  73. United states history

    List three ways that the Native Americans impacted the European colonists economically. Also list three ways that the Europeans impacted the Native Americans and the Native Americans impacted the Europeans politically.

  74. HISTORY

    What were some of the encounters between Europeans and Native Americans? Consider why Europeans came to the New World, what they expected to find, what they actually found, and how the two sides interacted with each other?

  75. georgia history

    which factor best explains why native Americans were able to make permanent settlements? A.Native Americans began to cultivate plants for food . B.Native Americans began to create more complex tools and pottery. C.Native Americans discovered alternative

  76. World History

    What factor led the English to attempt to kill off entire Native American peoples? A. Native Americans provided a good labor source for the Spanish. B. Native Americans had vast wealth to exploit for tribute. C. The Native Americans' large populations were

  77. us history

    which statement accurately compares the information in the map with incidents in the french and Indian war? A. In both conflicts, the Native Americans allied against invasive settlers. B. In both conflicts, the Native Americans allied with colonial power.

  78. More SS help!!

    How Did Europeans Affect Africans during the 1800’s.? How did Africans respond in the 19000’s?

  79. Social Studies (URGENT)

    Pleae help. It's urgent! 10. Why did many Native people start adapting to Victorian society? a.) Was this the only way that things could have gone between the Natives and the colonists? Explain your response. b.) Why didn't the settlers adapt to Native

  80. SOCIAL STUDIES

    WHAT IS CULTURAL BORROWING Where one culture borrows ideas, habits, life styles, religious beliefs, or similar such things from another culture. Example: Many native North Americans converted to Christianity when Europeans colonized Norh America. WHAT IS

  81. HIST

    Please help me describe the dealings Native Americans had with Europeans before the Pilgrims arrived.

  82. Ethics 2

    Post a summary of a current issue between Native Americans and the federal government. Identify the legislation that you think is linked to the issue and explain why you think there is a connection.

  83. American History

    How did the Indian Removal Act impact the United States? It set a precedent for forcing Native Americans into labor. It funded the efforts of Americans who settled in Indian-occupied lands. It made the acquisition of native lands by Americans legal. It

  84. English

    Hello I need some help please I am preparing myself for ma MA degree.I am writing about Native Americans and need some help with the formation of the title of my paper. My topic is going to be about the book Fools Crow and I am going to write about the

  85. English Literature

    Can anyone explain how expatriate Americans and native Europeans viewed America after WWI.

  86. s.s

    where were most native americans in north america located when europeans arrived? there are no choices so just help me with this someone please help please!!!!!

  87. Geography

    11. The province of Quebec has its strongest ties to the customs and culture of a. Britain b. the United States c. France D. Native Americans C

  88. US History

    Need to get these checked-- 3. Which of the following was a weakness of the Article of Confederation? a. Only Congress had the power to tax b. There was no legislative branch of government c. State governments had no authority d. There was no national

  89. history

    at one point in time native americans were called Marginal Americans does anyone know why? Please help Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. The term "Marginal Americans" refers to those considered outsiders: ethnic minorities, the poor, the

  90. History

    President Andrew Jackson relocated Native American tribes living in the South because he believed that A.Native Americans would be more prosperious in the west B.US Citizens living in the South wanted Native American lands C.Native Americans needed to be

  91. history

    name three greatest legacies the early/exploring/settling white Europeans in the new world left to the native americans?

  92. history

    How did the federal government try to ease the tensions between American settlers and Native Americans? by offering military protection to Native Americans who settled in areas of conflict by removing Native Americans and resettling them on reservations by

  93. Multiculturalism (URGENT)

    Identify TEN different cultural traditions, customs, foods, clothing that are part of Canadean lifestyle: 1. Pizza 2. Spaghetti 3. Soccer 4. ? I can only think of 3. Can someone help me think of 7 more? Help appreciated. Thanks.

  94. S.S

    5. What was the role of the Native Americans during the Revolutionary War? a. Native Americans did not fight in the Revolutionary War. b. More Native Americans fought with the British than with the Americans during the Revolutionary War. c. More Native

  95. Social studies

    Europeans unknowlingly carried diseases such as smallbox measles and influenza to which native americans had no immunity. Can you please tell me the significance of the word immunity???

  96. HISTORY

    True or False Native American cultures generally had no concept of private property. I'm not sure whether to say true or false but I want to say false because Native Americans were aware of private property, they just weren't obsessive and greedy with it

  97. social studies

    why did the neo native americans groups settle down into communities ? a) to stay clear to euorpeans b) to make alliances against the europeans c) to farm d) to stay near water

  98. History

    What is the correct order of the social pyramid of Spanish colonial society? Place the highest class at the top and the lowest class at the bottom. A. creoles B. mestizos and mulattoes C. Africans and Native Americans D.peninsulares My awnsers D A B C

  99. social studies

    Hi, one question??!!: 4. Who urged Native Americans to return to the customs of their ancestors? (1 point) Tecumseh Blue Jacket the Prophet Tippecanoe dunno whether its Tecumseh or the prophet!!?

  100. Social Studies

    ”We took away their best lands; broke treaties, promises; tossed them the most nearly worthless scraps of a continent that had once been wholly theirs. But we did not liquidate their spirit. The vital spark which kept them alive was hardy." Based on

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