How did Native American migration differ from that of Europeans?
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A. Most Native Americans migrated after being forced from their land. B. Most Native Americans migrated south instead of West. C. Most Native Americans migrated to reclaim their homelands, not to explore. D. Most Native Americans migrated to cities along the Atlantic coast.
Option A - most Native Americans migrated after being forced from their land. The Native Americans were enslaved by the Europeans that viewed them as uncivilized.
European colonization of the Americas led to the rise of new cultures, civilizations and eventually states, which resulted from the fusion of Native American and European traditions, peoples and institutions.
The native Americans fought for their freedom and they were forced to migrate. Native Americans didn't migrate to South instead of West.
Therefore, every other option listed above is wrong and option A is correct.
The correct answer to the question “How did Native American migration differ from that of Europeans?” is letter A or most Native Americans migrated after being forced from their land. Native Americans are also called Indians. This is because when Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492 by accident while he was looking for another path to Asia, he though that he reached India, hence, the term Indians was given. The Native American and Europeans have cultural differences in terms of ruling classes, environment, religion, gender, and war.
Europeans enslaved Native American because they views them as uncivilized people, even to the point of calling them savages. The Native Americans of course fought for their freedom, but since they were not nearly strong enough as the Europeans, they were then forced to leave their land.