Differences Between Native American And Ethnocentric Settlers

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When the settlers of Europe first came to the new world, they were introduced to the

Native Americans. The settlers wanted the Natives to follow their culture and its benefits such as

education, religion, and the usage of the environment. The Native Americans refused the request,

stating they have their own type of culture, believing it to be the most superior; as a result, the

Natives’ statement angered the ethnocentric settlers. Consequently, this caused a conflict

between the two groups because of their culture differences.

Firstly, the main culture difference consists of religion, tradition, and way of living. The

religion practice for both groups are majorly different; the Natives have focused more on the belief

of spirits
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