William bradford, the second governor of the plymouth colony, said the following, “the good hand of god favored our beginnings,” bradford mused, by “sweeping away great multitudes of the natives … that he might make room for us.” from this quote, what can you infer about his beliefs about european colonization? bradford was grateful to the native americans for peacefully giving up their lands. bradford was grateful that the native americans allowed the colonists to cohabit the land. bradford believed it was the divine duty of the european colonists to populate the new world. bradford believed the colonists were lucky to have encountered such peaceful natives

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