Smallpox, and other unfamiliar illnesses. Disease was spread by most if not all of the explorers to the New World.
It just made the natives mad. They wanted the Spanish out of their land. Also when the Spanish landed in the new world they carried diseases that killed many natives.Yeh F*** …YOU B******
John Smith and William Strachey compiled short dictionaries (word lists) of the Powhatan language in the period 1612 to 1624, but these lists were far from complete. A Spani…sh Franciscan priest wrote the first Nahuatl (Aztec) grammar in 1547, but this was not specifically a dictionary. Nahuatl dictionaries were produced by the Spanish during the 1550s and these are certainly the earliest native American dictionaries. The earliest known example was written by Alonso de Molina and titled Aqui comiença un vocabulario en la lengua castellana y mexicana. [Mexico: Juan Pablos, 1555] Roger Williams' dictionary of the Natick (Narragansett) language of 1643 is often wrongly stated to be the first native American dictionary, but this is clearly false. The idea seems to be based on the incorrect premise that "native American" only applies to North America - it definitely does not.
At first Spanish were friendly to them but later dominated them.
Probably the Vikings.
Because the French traders treated the native Americans as business partners. They were particularly interested in the fur trade and regularly paid the natives giving them in …exchange cloths, iron and steel tools, knives, sidearms and muskets. They established friendly relationship with the tribes, gaining their trust, founding trading post located in strategical positions and sometime marrying their women. At the contrary, the Spanish explorers were interested only in finding of gold and silver. They were attracted by some gold and silver objects which the natives were dressing and attempted, also by using the force, to know where those valuable metals could have found out. That thoughtless way of behaviour led to a generalized hostility against the strangers by the natives.
The Icelandic Sagas record that the Viking settlement of Vinland in what is now Newfoundland made contact with native tribes there about the year 1000 A.D.. They both traded a…nd fought with them. After that, the next contact was by Christopher Colombus in 1492. agricultural chiefdoms
What happened when Europeans came into contact with the Native Americans during the Age of Exploration?
died from diseases
Columbus was treated well by nearly all the Indians he met except those in the island that was later named Hispaniola.
I think they were Taino Indians
The Native Americans helped the Spanish Explorers but sometimes they slaved the Spanish EXAMPLE: Cabeza De Vaca (A SPANISH EXPLORER) was captured by the Karankawa tribe but he…lped and fed by other Native American tribes.
How did contact with European explorers and exposure to diseases affect the native American population?
The native population was drastically reduced by the introduction of Old World diseases. The exact percentage is unknown.
the oompa loompas and the blobs
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