By Mary Beth Norton, David M. Katzman
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1). Scholars often refer to such cultures by language group (such as Algonquian or Iroquoian), since neighboring Indian nations commonly spoke related languages. Bands that lived in environments not well suited to agriculture—because of inadequate rainfall or poor soil, for example—followed a nomadic lifestyle similar to that of the Paleo-Indians. Within the area of the present-day United States, these groups included the Paiutes and Shoshones, who inhabited the Great Basin (now Nevada and Utah).
Because ﬁelds had to lie fallow (unplanted) every second or third year to regain fertility, a family could not ensure itself a regular food supply unless the work and the crops were shared annually by all the villagers. Men did most of the ﬁeldwork; women helped out chieﬂy at planting and harvest. In some areas men concentrated on herding livestock. Women’s duties consisted primarily of childcare and household tasks, including preserving food, milking cows, and caring for poultry. If a woman’s husband was a city artisan or storekeeper, she might assist him in business.
The Portuguese gained too, for they no longer had to rely on trans-Saharan camel caravans. Their vessels earned immense profits by swiftly transporting African gold, ivory, and slaves to Europe. By bargaining with African masters to purchase their slaves and then carrying those bondspeople to Iberia, the Portuguese introduced black slavery into Europe. An island off the African coast, previously uninhabited, proved critical to Portuguese success. 2), was colonized by the Portuguese in the 1480s.
A People & A Nation: Volume 1: To 1877 by Mary Beth Norton, David M. Katzman