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Cultural Interaction

European Explorers Cultural Interactions with Native Americans

TermDefinition
Spanish Cultural Interaction #1 Conquered and enslaved American Indians
Spanish Cultural Interaction #2 Brought Christianity to the New World
Spanish Cultural Interaction #3 Brought European diseases to American Indians
French Cultural Interaction #1 Established trading posts
French Cultural Interaction #2 Spread Christian religion
English Cultural Interaction #1 Learned farming techniques from American Indians
English Cultural Interaction #2
English Cultural Interaction #3 Traded with American Indians
Areas of cooperation in economic interactions • Europeans brought weapons and metal farm tools. • Trade • Crops
Areas of conflict • Land • Competition for trade • Differences in cultures • Diseases • Language differences
Native Americans Cultural Interaction #1 Taught farming techniques to European settlers
Native Americans Cultural Interaction #2 Believed that land was to be used and shared but not owned
Created by: jgreen2