How Did The Indians First React To The Coming Of The Europeans?

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When the Europeans first arrived in boats, the Indians felt like they were trying to intrude them. The Indians showed them different signs saying to leave them alone. Christopher Columbus then turned the boat to the other side of the island. The Indians thought that the Europeans were leaving and they started dancing with joy. This made Columbus angry and went straight towards them. The Indians started attacking them and the Europeans fired two shots at them. This made the Indians flee the scene. The next day, the Indians prepared to attack them and since then the battle between the two races was set. The Indians felt that the Europeans were very inhuman and quite arrogant when it came to their wealth and belongings.
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I believe its native americans not indians but also the they thought they were god because of the weapons animals and crops.

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