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European Visions of America • 15 War between tribes, however, was commonplace. Success in warfare was the primary source of a male’s prestige among many tribes. As a Cherokee explained in the eighteenth century, “We cannot live without war. ” Over the centuries, the native North Americans had adapted to the necessity of warfare, changing climate, and varying environments. They would also do so in the face of the unprecedented changes wrought by the arrival of Europeans. In the process of changing and adapting to new realities in accordance with their own traditions, the Indians played a significant role in shaping America and the origins of the United States.
Explorers brought it back to Europe, where it thrived. The “Irish potato” was eventually transported to North America by Scots-Irish immigrants during Algonquian chief in warpaint the early eighteenth century. From the notebook of English settler John Other Western Hemisphere food White, this sketch depicts an Indian chief. 24 • THE COLLISION OF CULTURES (CH. 1) plants included peanuts, squash, peppers, tomatoes, pumpkins, pineapples, sassafras, papayas, guavas, avocados, cacao (the source of chocolate), and chicle (for chewing gum).
In other words, New Spain, while permeated with violence, coercion, and intolerance, also produced a mutual accommodation that enabled two living traditions to persist side by side. For example, the Pueblos of the Southwest practiced two religious traditions simultaneously, adopting Spanish Catholicism under duress while retaining the essence of their inherited animistic faith. The “Spanish borderlands” of the southern United States preserve many reminders of the Spanish presence.
America: a narrative history by David E. Shi, George Brown Tindall