Unit 3, Lesson 2How did the Native Americansand Europeans Cooperate?By Mr. Casey
AGENDA•Vocabulary•Native American & European Cooperation
ally•(noun) a person or group that helps another for a common purpose
treaty•(noun) a written political agreement between two or more groups
LESSON 2-Cooperation in North America*Not all Native Americans and Europeans competed.Many countries worked with the Native Americans inthe fur trade or to trade other goods. In many casesthey would becomes allies and sign a treaty.
HELP! HELP! We won’t survive without you! Squanto1.Translates totrade and signtreaties(protectionagainst theNarragansett)2.Teachersthem farmingtechniques
HELP! HELP! We won’t survive without you! Powhatan 1.Teaches settlers them how to farm, hunt, and fish 2. Gave and traded essential goods to help them survive the first two years (Fought with them regularly)
HELP! HELP! We won’t survive without you!The French Huron(Quebec)develop astrong tradingrelationship withthe Huronmaking theFrench andHuron wealthy
LESSON 2-American Indians help the English*Traded food and other important goods with the English *Taught them to farm *Taught them about local plants and medicine *Taught them how to grow tobacco*Translated and helped the settlers communicate with tribal leaders
LESSON 2-Positive effects of interaction *Native Americans are introduced to new animals, tools, weapons, and the fur trade.*The trade of ideas and goods changes the way of life for the Native Americans and Europeans*The settlers learned essential skills like farming,hunting, and fishing. They were also taught how to use local plants for medicine and food.
LESSON 2-Negative effects of interaction *DISEASE *LOSS OF LAND *CONFLICT *Native Americans become dependent on trade with the Europeans for tools and animals.