Christopher Columbus

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American History

 

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November 17, 2015

 

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Similar to Wood's perspective, many Europeans viewed the Indian husband as lazy. Indian women cooked, cleaned, build houses, planted corn, got lobsters and gathered flags. While their "lazy husbands" went fishing the Indian women would carry the fish and dry it for the next season. The Europeans saw the Indians gender roles within families as a sign of weakness for the husband and poor treatment of the wives...
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The Europeans saw the Indians gender roles within families as a sign of weakness for the husband and poor treatment of the wives. In the book, " Give Me Liberty" by Eric Foner, he states, " Europeans considered Indian men "unmanly"- too weak to exercise their authority within their families and restrain their wives open sexuality, and so lazy that they forced their wives to do most of the productive work" ( Foner, Pg 23)...
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