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Betzig480
2021-01-16 10:04:30
A key difference between the indigenous peoples of North America and those of South America was a. The Indians of North America welcomed the Europeans as fellow farmers, rather than perceiving them as military enemies b. The Indians of North America were farmers and hunters who frequently moved their villages, rather than residents of large centralized empires as in South America c. The Indians of North America were more resistant to European-borne diseases and therefore were better able to resist the European settlers than were the decimated Aztecs and Incas d. The conquistadores were much more interested in claiming individual landownership than were the English farmers
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harshacharya38
2021-01-16 12:33:24

One key difference between the indigenous peoples of North America and those of South America was that "b. The Indians of North America were farmers and hunters who frequently moved their villages, rather than residents of large centralized empires as in South America," although this differed greatly depending on the specific tribes in question. 

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