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How did American Indians most likely feel about Europeans after being captured to serve as guides and
interpreters?

Read the journal passage from one of de Soto's
expedition members.

We continued our march until we came to two rivers,
which we crossed by making rafts of pine trees, and
entered a province called Otoa, where we found a much
larger village than we had yet seen. We captured some
Indians, to serve us as guides and interpreters.

O The American Indians felt appreciated because they
were able to help.
O The American Indians felt attacked and abused
because they were captured.
O Catching diseases from the Europeans angered
them.
O Being used for things other than guides and
interpreters angered them.

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