Puritan Essay | Puritans, Native Americans, and Southern Planters

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Puritans, Native Americans, and Southern Planters

Summary: This essay compares and contrasts the Puritans, Native Americans, and Southern Planters.

Well, you are soon to learn and be amazed about the very interesting aspects of the Native Americans, Puritans, and Southern Planters. This essay will go a little bit in depth about the philosophies, economy, and lifestyle for the Native Americans, the Puritans, and the Southern Planters.

Native Americans came to America on a land bridge, anywhere from 12,000 to 17,000 years ago. If the shorter estimate is correct, Native Americans have been on this continent at least thirty times longer than the Europeans. Europeans didn't begin arriving in the "New World" until around the 1500's. Native Americans were very friendly. They greeted the Europeans as friends, and taught them woodcraft, agriculture, and introduced them to squash, maple sugar, snowshoes, beans, maize, and birch bark canoes. Without the Native Americans, the Europeans would have never survived the harsh, and rugged winters in the "New World."

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