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Columbus' Log: Native Societies

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Do these excerpts from Columbus' log provide us with any useful information about the native societies of these islands? For example, what? Cite specific evidence.

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Hello and welcome to Brainmass.com! This is an interesting question. While we cannot complete assignments or write essays for students, we can advise or provide a template for how your answer might look, or give direction about content requirements.

Here are the observations Columbus makes about the native peoples he encounters (proceeding in order through the journal excerpt), and the characteristics that can be surmised from the observations. I have put them in a list for maximum clarity; obviously, you can present the information as appropriate to your course requirements.

The journal first mentions that "they [the Spaniards] picked up a log which appeared to be carved by an iron tool" while still offshore, and that Columbus saw a dim light from his boat. This indicates that the ...

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