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Q: What are three things that brought about great change to Polynesia during the seventeenth century? introduction of deadly diseases forced slavery by some nations invasions by the Lapita and
Maori forced colonization by Europeans Muslim missionaries forced change
A: The answer is 1) European colonization. Colonization by European cultures brought change to the Polynesians. The Europeans brought alien diseases which the natives had no immunity to, slavery, and missionaries. [ [ The colonists suppressed native language and culture. ] ]
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