Differences Between Indian and European Society

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American History

 

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Richard F

 

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December 5, 2014

 

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The concept they held that land could be sectioned into property and that a man could own a piece of the Earth flabbergasted the Native Americans. The thought of such a feat was found bizarre and not needed. The foreign idea of mass cultivation also bewildered the Indians. The European practice of creating mass fields of a single plant to ship off for a profit also helped to define the obvious differences that the two societies held when it came to views on agriculture, and nature in general...
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The foreign idea of mass cultivation also bewildered the Indians. The European practice of creating mass fields of a single plant to ship off for a profit also helped to define the obvious differences that the two societies held when it came to views on agriculture, and nature in general. Furthermore distinguishing the barrier between the society's similarities was the different faiths the two populaces held...
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