After Exploring the Atlantic Coast in the Late Sixteenth Century
After exploring the Atlantic Coast in the late sixteenth century, an Englishman writes in his journal about untouched wilderness. What could this description mean to a European?
A) The land was beautiful.
B) It would take the expedition too much effort to build a settlement.
C) The Native Americans had protected the land.
D) The Native Americans never used this area, so the land now belonged to the English.
E) The Native Americans were actually hiding in tree forts.