Effects of European Exploration/Colonization on the Indigenous Population

Effects of European Exploration/Colonization on the Indigenous Population
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  • Effects of European Exploration/Colonization on the Indigenous Population 
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  •  The age of exploration had  started around the 1600s in which people in Europe would dare to sail across the seas. People from places like Spain, Portaguul, and England. They would find places like south america and north america 
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  • When explores got to the places they had wash up upon the  natives on the islands where treated in bad ways but where different depending on who found them . Some where brought back as slaves like in this picture 
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  • Some natives where converted to Christianity or where forced  which could make tribes hostile to this religion
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  • Sometimes even battles were fought over the little thing like even coming to there lands which would cause deaths for the tribes
  • The Spanish claim many lands of the tribes  causing them to move away from their home
  • over all the the time of extrapolation was not fun for the natives but great for the explores
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