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The European influence on Native American

By

Eric Orr

COM 220

Axia College

Melanie Jeffrey, Instructor

By early 1600s the Native American formed a confederacy to work against the

Europeans. The Europeans influence the culture of the Native American by bring

diseases, constant warfare because the over taking of land, guns, steel hatchets, pots, and

kettles of brass ,and even the way to produce cloths and make die for thread. The

Europeans’ came with their cultural arrogance basically put their influence on Native

American by been diabolical and using weapons to accomplish meds ends. In this paper

will discover how the influences of the Europeans change Native American cultures.

Some of the influences that will be reviewing in this paper will be: How the Europeans

rudely affected the harmony and balance that the Native American had adopted. The

paper reviews alcohol was introduce to the Native Americans. How alcoholism has

affected a once seem as fit and proud nation form a health standpoint today. This paper

will also review the high- risk affects toward health issue. There also will be charts and

graphs to provide how in the present the influence of alcohol is affect the Native

Americans.

When the Europeans invaded North America and tried to rob North America of it

resources. They were met by the Native Americans cultures that had different ways of

looking at the world. When the two cultures met a profound change occurred between the

two. There about 10 millions Native American already here before the European ever set

foot on North America. The Native American welcomes the Europeans in the century

with open arms until the Europeans took there cultural arrogance and disrupted the

rhythms and...
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