Columbus's voyage of discovery inaugurated a series of developments that would have vast consequences for both the Old World and the New.
Early Encounters between Native Americans and Europeans by Steven Schwartz Background Early European explorers to the Americas likely experienced emotions including awe at the vast "new" environment, amazement at meeting "others," the thrill of the unknown, concern for personal safety, desire for personal reward, and longing for their homeland and those left behind.
Written and pictorial records attributed to Europeans provide the bulk of the records of these early travels. Impressions of natives as well as Native impressions of Europeans are frequently framed in the narratives of the explorers.
Examination of these records indicates the cautious and curious nature of first encounters. Significance Centuries of ignorance, prejudice, and opinions lacking evidence or scholarly research have tainted traditional views of the earliest meetings between Native Americans First Nations in Canada and Europeans.
Students may come to recognize how the later period of continued exploration, settlement, and interaction was influenced by these early encounters from the St. Lawrence River to Georgia.
Essential Question Did early contact between Native Americans and Europeans set the stage for their future relations? Assign a reader, a facilitator, and a recorder to each group. Distribute copies of Document 1 and Document 2 from the Perceptions of Native Americans Worksheet to alternating groups.
Have each group listen to and follow along as the reader proceeds through the document. Ask the facilitator to obtain from the group the major ideas in the document and any questions about the content or meaning of the document.
This information is listed by the recorder. The teacher reconvenes the class as a whole. The reader from each group reports and the teacher makes a list on a white board, overlay, computer projection, or chalk board.
The teacher then summarizes by asking the students to indicate the similarities and differences expressed in both documents. The students are asked how the historian debunks the information in the two illustrations.
How does the Charter of Rhode Island and Providence Plantation Document 6 help us understand the relations between the settlers and the Narragansett?
Read and examine Documents 7, 8, and 9. How do each of these documents illustrate the complexity and confusion of early encounters?
How did Native Americans and Europeans attempt to resolve their confusion and differences? Contrast the message in the illustration, Document 10, by Matthaeus Merian with the earlier images by John White.
Closure Read the first page only of Document Make a list of the exchanges that took place between Native Americans and Europeans. Read the second page of Document 11 and at the same time review the information in Document Write a one paragraph opinion on the statement: The "face of North America" was drastically altered as a result of the early encounters between Native Americans and Europeans.
Cite evidence from the documents.Relationship Between Native Americans and European Settlers - PowerPoint PPT Presentation The presentation will start after a short . What was early contact like between Europeans and Natives?
In , Christopher Columbus landed in the Caribbean, unlocking what Europeans quickly came to call the 'New World'. Columbus 'found' a land with around two million inhabitants.
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