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The European world brought few if any benefits to the Native people of North America The Europeans impacted the Native American by the Columbian Exchange Christianity and their want for land labor needs farming practices and trade Not only did the Europeans impact the Natives lives but things change for them also The Europeans desired more land because Europe was becoming overcrowded Land was becoming scarce and people were becoming poor Europeans began to wonder what else land was out there that they could cease Christofo Colombo journeyed his way over the Atlantic thinking that he was going to reach Asia Once he came across the Atlantic Many lives were changed while the population of the Natives rapidly died out and the Spanish-Natives grew he thought that the Caribbeans was the Indies Island After his death Europeans still didnt thing anything positive about his discovery Europe then began to think that this new discovery could be a great benefit They were introduced to new food and farm crops such as beans corn melons and especially the potato That was a stable crop The only con about this new discovery was that back in Europe the population exploded lands and jobs were even scarcer The living went down and there were poorer people After the Europeans ceased the land they found gold and silver They loaded the goods up on ships and sent them back to Europe Inflation occurred Prices of things in Europe skyrocketed and the common people couldnt lever with the inflation which devastated them Since Colombo was under the Spanish flag Spain claimed everything in the Americas Since America belonged to Spain thousands of settlers came along Most of the settlers settled in CentralSouth America because they knew that all the gold and silver was there The Columbian Exchange took its
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