Native Americans How native americans were effected by the europeans

The native american had a rough life because of the Europeans they got diseases such as small pox, measels, diphtheria, tuberculosis and chicken pox

Native Americans lived a very sick life due to diseases. The native Americans brought to there land. At the time there was no cure for the diseases that the native Americans had to live through. The text states "The diseases brought to this continent by the Europeans included bubonic plague, chicken pox, pneumonic plague, cholera, diphtheria, influenza, measles, scarlet fever, smallpox, typhus, tuberculosis, and whooping cough"

The native Americans also lost all of there land due to the colonist trying to steal it. The text states "both sides fought fiercely, but by 1646 the colonist had taken most of the Powhatan land.

Native Americans lived a bad life because of diseases brought by the Europeans.

The Native Americans got there land stolen from the colonist and lost a lot of lives from the fight they had with them.

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