The Collision of Cultures

When Christopher Columbus sailed into view of the island he named San Salvador in October 1492, he was greeted by inhabitants he promptly and erroneously called Indians because of his preconceived notions of the world. He was not the only one to operate under cultural concepts that undermined firstand second, and third, and subsequentcontact. Preconceptions operated on both sides while eastern and western Atlantic peoples tried to make sense of each other from within their own frames of reference. 
Review the documents in the Online Reader for Chapter 1. In a minimum of 200 words describe the misconceptions Christopher Columbus had of the people he called Indians, and the misconceptions the Aztecs had of the Spanish. In order to receive top credit you must paraphrase/quote from the readings.

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