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Key Concept 1.2: Contact among Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans resulted in the Columbian Exchange and significant social, cultural, and political changes on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
III. In their interactions, Europeans and Native Americans asserted divergent worldviews regarding issues such as religion, gender roles, family, land use, and power.


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A) Mutual misunderstandings

between Europeans and

Native Americans often

defined the early years

of interaction and trade

as each group sought to

make sense of the other.

Over time, Europeans and

Native Americans adopted

some useful aspects of

each other’s culture.


B) As European encroachments




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on Native Americans’ lands

and demands on their

labor increased, native

peoples sought to defend

and maintain their political

sovereignty, economic

prosperity, religious

beliefs, and concepts of

gender relations through

diplomatic negotiations

and military resistance.


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C) Extended contact with Native

Americans and Africans

fostered a debate among

European religious and

political leaders about how

non-Europeans should be

treated, as well as evolving

religious, cultural, and

racial justifications for the

subjugation of Africans



and Native Americans.
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