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GRAPHICS and TIMELINES
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The Science of Studying Culture
Engaging Anthropological Theory. Routledge
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Paquiquineo / Don Luis Online Resources
THEMES: Pre-Colonial America
The Black Legend, Native Americans, and the Spanish. Crash Course History
Native Americans Before European Colonization
SEE ALSO at History.com:
Richard Leakey and the Archaeology of Humans