Was contact more beneficial for native americans or european, History

Was contact more beneficial for Native Americans or Europeans? Why or Why not?

Did Native Americans and/or Europeans embrace the "other's" cultural practices and incorporate them with their own culture?

was bloodshed during first contact inevitable? Why or why not?

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