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4b cultural interactions
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  1. Cultural Interactions
  2.  The interactions between American Indians and Europeans sometimes led to cooperation and other times resulted in conflict.
  3.  How did the American Indians and Europeans interact with each other?
  4.  The Spanish conquered and enslaved the Native Americans. They brought Christianity to the New World. They also brought European diseases.
  5.  The French established trading posts. They also spread the Christian religion.
  6.  The English established settlements and claimed ownership of land. They learned farming techniques from American Indians. They also traded with the American Indians.
  7.  The American Indians taught farming techniques to European settlers. They believed that land was to be shared or used, but not owned.
  8.  The American Indians and European explorers did get along in a few ways: Europeans brought weapons and metal farm tools. Trade Crops
  9.  But they also had conflicts over many things. Land Competition for trade Differences in cultures Disease Language differences

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