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The Ancient Americas: 30,000 B.C.-A.D.1600 (Stories in History) #2020

The Ancient Americas: 30,000 B.C.-A.D.1600 (Stories in History) By Judith Conaway Walter A. Hazen Barbara Littman Fitzgerald Higgins The Ancient Americas B C A D Stories in History From Nextext The Ancient Americas describes the first cultures that occupied North Central and South America The story begins with speculation about how the first humans reached the shores of the Am
  • Title: The Ancient Americas: 30,000 B.C.-A.D.1600 (Stories in History)
  • Author: Judith Conaway Walter A. Hazen Barbara Littman Fitzgerald Higgins
  • ISBN: 9780618222100
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Ancient Americas: 30,000 B.C.-A.D.1600 (Stories in History) By Judith Conaway Walter A. Hazen Barbara Littman Fitzgerald Higgins From Nextext The Ancient Americas describes the first cultures that occupied North, Central, and South America The story begins with speculation about how the first humans reached the shores of the Americas Evidence from archaeological digs, artifacts, and settlements found throughout the Americas offers clues to who these people were and how they lived.Because historyFrom Nextext The Ancient Americas describes the first cultures that occupied North, Central, and South America The story begins with speculation about how the first humans reached the shores of the Americas Evidence from archaeological digs, artifacts, and settlements found throughout the Americas offers clues to who these people were and how they lived.Because history is best understood through the lives of the people, many of the stories are told through the eyes of the people of ancient cultures They range from a simple boy learning to carve a stone pipe to the legendary tale of the Mayan hero twins who defeated the Lords of Death on the ball court You will meet a young girl in Cahokia and a boy and his sister who save the emperor of the Aztecs The effects of the Europeans on the Americas are seen in the story of the Viking colony in Vinland, how the Taino reacted to Columbus s landing on their shores, and the Moroccan slave who was one of the first foreigners to explore the American Southwest.The Ancient Americas invites the reader to hunt mammoths with the Clovis hunters, relive the creation myths of the Hopi, and prepare for visitors in an Anasazi pueblo Mythic figures such as Quetzalcoatl and the Aztec woman who helped bring down an empire stand side by side with the everyday people from primitive cultures and the cities of the Maya, Aztec, and Inca The reader gets a real sense of what it was like to live in this demanding and creative period of history The Ancient Americas strives to present a balanced, yet intriguing look at a number of ancient cultures whose influence is still seen and felt in modern society.
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    1. This is a collection of chapters written by various authors covering the peoples of the Americas up to 1600 A.D Historical information is sketchy having been written as a junior high text Fictional dialogue is inserted throughout the work.


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