How did Cabeza de Vaca’s attitudes toward the Indians differ from those of many other Europeans of his time?
He treated reports about human sacrifice as rumors.
He favored Native Americans who converted to Christianity.
He believed the Native Americans could be trained to adopt more cultured lifestyles.
He viewed Native Americans as hospitable rather than threatening.
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