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Squanto told the Pilgrims how to plant corn, squash, and beans. Other Indians taught the colonists about tobacco. Some served as guides and translators.

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What valuable information did the native Americans give the colonist?

Squanto told the Pilgrims how to plant corn, squash, and beans. Other Indians taught the colonists about tobacco. Some served as guides and translators.


What did colonists want from native Americans and what did native Americans want from colonists?

Colonist wanted the natives land


Why were such a small number of colonists able to nearly wipe out the Native Americans in New Netherlands?

The colonists sent out an army to wipe out all of the native Americans because the native Americans were killing all of the colonists and that is why there was such a small group of colonists.


How did colonists in Georgia relate with native Americans?

kylie interacted with the native americans.


What happened to the Colonists?

The colonists relied on Native Americans for food.


How did penn believe colonists should treat native Americans?

Colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land.


How did the native Americans and colonists react to the Proclamation of 1763?

the colonists were furious with it but the western lands were reserved for the native americans as "hunting grounds"


How did the colonists interacted with native Americans?

Colonists we taught by the Native Americans on how to plant corn, beans, and pumpkins and where to hunt and fish. Colonists traded iron pots, blankets, and guns for the Native Americans' furs. Colonists and The Native Americans competed for the land and then finally war broke out in 1636.


How did the colonists attitudes toward native Americans lead to Bacon's rebellion?

Bacon thought it was unfair that the native americans were treated poorly by his uncle, the governor. He decided to rebel against the colonists and his uncle and help the native americans. The colonists thought the native americans were trying to take over Bacon and had a rivalry against the native americans ever since


What caused conflicts between Southern colonists and their native American neighbors?

The colonists settled on the Native Americans' land, and they destroyed some villages. Some colonists did not treat Native Americans justly. Others captured them and sold them into slavery. Many Native Americans died of European disease, all causing conflict between Southern Colonists and Native Americans


What happen to the Roanoke colonists?

The colonists relied on Native Americans for food.


Why might the native Americans want to help the colonists?

the native americans didn't specificly help the colonists. all they did was simply show the colonists how to plant and crop and care for a farm.