anonymous
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The colonists brought horses to the New World. Which answer best explains how horses affected the Native Americans? They feared horses because they believed all animals were wild and could not be tamed. They refused to learn how to ride horses for this reason. They loved horses from the beginning. The Europeans gave them horses in exchange for land. They were pleased to see the Europeans using horses in battle because it gave them an advantage. It was difficult for the settlers to fight battles on horses.
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misssunshinexxoxo
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Which do you believe it is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
They loved horses from the beginning. The Europeans gave them horses in exchange for land.
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