Relationship Between Colonists And Native Americans

During the colonization of North America, there was a wide range of how well the colonists’ relationships with the Native Americans were. The relations in the British colonies varied. In Jamestown, which was one of the earliest English settlements, the relations were not good. The colonists thought of the Native people as savages and no more than mere animals. They were almost always fighting and the only reason they traded was out of fear and necessity. Yet, in Plymouth the Natives and the colonists had good relations. After the Natives helped the colonists plant crops, showed them where to fish and hunt, and made peace with the Wampanoags, their relationship with the colonists thrives. Despite this, even the Plymouth colonists still

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