Essay heading: European natives and indians
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March 14, 1997
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Instead, the Indians believed in giving everything they had to others. Instead of working or hunting for their own benefit, they labored for the good of the village. Also, the Iroquois did not believe in the private ownership of land.
After the European explorers made landfall in the New World, they began to realize that they held many similarities with these newly discovered Indian societies...
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The population of the New World was very close in number to that of the Europe in the early 16th century, although this was not discovered until recently. However, the Europeans slowly began to realize that the Natives had lived in the Americas for thousands of years. In some ways, their villages were similar to those of the Europeans...
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