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The Native Americans suffered the most during the Era of European Exploration. The Native Americans could not withstand the European wars nor their way of life.

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Something spread by exploration and harmful to people?

smallpox, chicken pox, diptheria, typhus, influenza, measles, malaria and yellow fever. All of the above were brought to the Americas during the age of exploration and was a major contributing factor to the genocide of the indigenous peoples.

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MESTIZOS are people of mixed European and Indigenous descent in Latin America.

Horses used by the plains Indians were descendants of animals introduced by people of what European heritage?


Who were the info-europians?

I think you mean the indo-Europeans. The term 'Indo-European' refers in most cases to a group of languages with common linguistical roots, not so much to people. There are some 450 languages today with Indo-European roots, European languages like English, Spanish, German and Russian just being four of them. Almost half the people on this planet speak an Indo-European language. The "Indo"-part of the name is caused by the fact that several eastern languages, notably Indian and Iranian dialects and languages, have the same roots as most European languages.

Who were the Europeans who had ventured west of the Mississippi before its exploration?

The so-called "mountain men" traveled hundreds or thousands of miles beyond charted territory to find furs.They made the first European contact with many Native American tribes and often formed friendships and business partnerships with them. Native American people even taught these mountain men some of the skills they needed to survive in their new environment. When mountain men returned from their journeys they told stories of the wild, rugged lands that they had encountered. Yet, by 1800, the majority of European Americans still had no idea what existed beyond the Mississippi.Answer: fur traders

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