1) non-human organisms--what alfred crosby called the columbian exchange--microbes, plants, animals introduced from europe (and africa) to the western hemisphere 2) trade-- european ways of valuing commodities altered native american economy and ecology 3) settlement patterns--permanent european settlements in north america reshaped land in accordance with old world ideals. Though native american tribes did occasionally form positive relationships with european settlers, permanent european settlement in america eventually led to disease and displacement native americans had no immunity to european illnesses and their population was devastated by the (sometimes deliberate) introduction of diseases like smallpox.
Effectover time, the landscape changed asthe number of european communitiesincreased and resembled the cities ofeurope while indian settlements weredestroyed or pushed to the westalso, europeans held on to their ideaof “land ownership” while the nativeamericans did not have the idea ofownership the land was used as aperson needed it 11. Europeans influenced cherokee politics and society and threatened their entire belief system their influence also brought dramatic changes in population size, settlement patterns and men’s and women’s traditional roles.
What were the negative changes of the europeans coming to america or the columbian exchange the europeans brought germs to the native americans who had no immunity smallpox, chickenpox, measles, and other contagious diseases killed thousands of native americans. Then we must not forget all the negative contributions that were brought by the europeans many diseases that was unheard of in the precolumbian world did wreac havoc among the native populations only too true, but there is some sweet revenge. 2)the exchange of plants, animals, and ideas between the new world (americas) and the old world (europe. How the european conquest affected native americans from diseases brought over by the europeans in combination with war and famine, and was not due to centuries-long processes, as is commonly.
Colonial traders also brought rum, and this drink caused many problems for some tribes new trade goods brought from across the atlantic ocean changed american indian lives forever a third big change connected to this new trade was slavery europeans needed workers to help build houses and clear fields. In any case, the european booming started a lot earlier, about the 12th century, when engineering techniques and new phylosophical tendencies changed the society from that time are most of the gear europeans brought to the americas, such as astrolabes, clocks, firearms, ironwork, paper and the rudder.
Effects of european settlement in americas 1 what are the effects ofeuropean settlement in the americas 2 as europeans came, in greater numbers,to settle the land in the americas, theirpresence had a tremendous effect on thenative peoples who were living here. This new population growth suggests that the cause of the decline can only be attributable to fast- and short-acting factors, for example, from diseases brought over by the europeans in. A three way system of trade during 1600-1800s africa sent slaves to america, america sent raw materials to europe, and europe sent guns and rum to africa. European settlement was devastating for the native americans from the time the first europeans came, the american indians could never have imagined how negatively they would be affected by the europeans at first, europeans brought diseases to which the american indians had no immunity thus, many american indians died from these diseases.