There were no famers on the ship list ( Smith). Without farmers, the colonist could not grow crops and so they starved. On the list, there were some men without known jobs. A few off the unknown men may have known a little about farming, but most likely not enough. Droughts were also a problem.
One of the lasting impact the Spanish settlements had; the settlers created a bad relationship with the natives. The natives had several purposes to contemn the settlers. One reason being, in document c, that it states that the natives inculpated the settlers, or more specifically priests, for transporting disease from Spain to the native’s motherland. Corresponding to the natives, the settlers also have their motives for resenting the natives. For instance, the Apache and Comanches tribes had slaughtered several innocent settlers and soldiers, as well as raiding a couple of missions around San Antonio and La Bahia (doc b).
The most important cause of the decline was disease because it caused the most deaths and also one people were noticing the diseases they would move around trying to avoid it, but only to make it worse by infecting more people. 8. The encomienda system allowed the government to give Indians to certain colonists and that effected Native American populations. This system is essentially slavery, which the Indians didn’t like. The opponents were the Indians.
What happened at Chesapeake Bay that caused so many deaths. In the early 1600’s English Colonists were set out to search for new land and they wanted to get rich. Why did so many Colonists die in Jamestown there are three reasons why so many early English Colonists died in Jamestown. The first reason why so many Colonists died was because their water. They had very bad water in Jamestown their water was very murky the water did not get flushed it fested in the water that they swam and drank in.
Once it was built, many settlers traveled out west. Although, they were setting up living grounds on Native American land. Native American land and culture were impacted negatively by the western expansion of the United States because many lost their land, got their rights taken from them, and some even died. A number of white settlers did not care about the Native Americans, causing a rift between the U.S. and the Indians. Today, Native American land and culture is still being threatened by the U.S. government.
Native Americans were greatly affected by the expansion of the United States during the 1800s. As the U.S. moved west, they stole large amounts of Native American land by settling the land and killing the Natives who once lived there. Also during this time, their culture was being taken from them due to assimilation. While United States citizens were expanding into the west, many Native American lives were lost. They were also responsible for destroying a major food and supply source for Native Americans.
Starting over in a new unknown world can be terrifying. The Jamestown colonists had hard trials, some survived these trials, some weren 't so lucky. Poor planning, Indian attacks and lack of medical care are the three main reasons the so many colonists died during the early years of their settlement in the new world. The colonists were not prepared for their new beginning. They had very little food and no ways to get food so most starved.
Comanche, Apache, and other local native tribes resented the Spanish encroachment into their homeland. Settlements in the region did not flourish because they were under constant attack by the
However, if they do not convert, they will be killed and have all of their possessions destroyed. This formal demand demonstrates the ruthlessness and violence with which the Europeans were prepared to act in, should they not gain converts from the New World. The orders from this requirement negatively impacted the natives, as they would be killed for not choosing to completely change their beliefs and way of life. Because this requirement was written by the Spanish invaders themselves, it shows how ruthlessly they acted to enforce their religion. In Doc 9, an oral history of a Native chief, the author states how Chief Hatuey was sentenced to burn at a stake for planning an
This rebellion was a revolt lead by a young Englishman named Nathaniel Bacon against Governor Sir William Berkeley. At the time many citizens in Jamestown where in fear of the Native Americans due to recent misunderstood battle between the tribes and the colonist. The yeomen farmers outraged by the rise in tax, dropping prices of tobacco and the fact that they weren 't receiving any protection