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Interaction between Europeans and Aborigines

   

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Research EssayInteraction between Europeans and Aborigines

Table of ContentsIntroduction.................................................................................................................................................3Interaction between Europeans and Aborigines.........................................................................................4Conclusion...................................................................................................................................................7References...................................................................................................................................................8

Introduction In this present paper, we will try to analyze the interaction between European and Aboriginedifference in the different context of exploration and settlement. The European Colonist isdefined as the colony which was started in a 10th and 11th century at that time the sailors WestNorse explored and they are settled in the limited areas in the Canada. The Norwegians wereVikings who established the Iceland after that they discovered Greenland. After that, they sailedtill Arctic region of North America. The violent conflicts with indigenous people made Norseabandon to the settlements. The Aborigines are the Australians who spends around 45,000 yearstill 60,000 before the settlements of Europeans. The Aborigines lived independently on their landand water. The different areas are having their skills such as fishing, hunting, and others. TheEuropean exploration starts in fifteen century. The geographical exploration entwined withothers, and the three major phases have come at the time of exploration. The first is called as anOld world, the second phase is the age of recovery, and the third phase includes theestablishment of the social, commercial and political relationship with the new world. TheAborigines are the first who arrives in Australia, but ninety percent of the Aborigines populationwas decreased in the between1788 to 1900. The urban settlement refers to the concentratedsettlement which is a part of an urban area. It is the area which is comprised of the high densityof structures which are created by human beings.

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