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The stone age in North America
Warren King Moorehead
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Warren K. Moorehead.|
|LC Classifications||E71 .M84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
I liked the premise of this novel, a tale of the Clovis people of the Pleistocene, the stone age hunters who crossed the Siberian Bering land bridge to become the ancestors of the native tribes of America/5. The worship of carved stone dates back to man’s earliest evolution. Portable rock art is human made markings on movable natural rock or stone. A global phenomenon, these Stone Age objects have been found in many regions of the world with similar motifs. Some of the natural shape and properties of rocks were exploited to achieve the desired visual results.
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MOOREHEAD. The stone age in north America Volume 2 Paperback – May 8, by Warren K. Moorehead (Author)Reviews: 1. And so, at about 50 years of age, America's last wild Indian -- a Stone Age man -- went to live in the museum, teaching the white man his language, as well as how the Indians made bows and arrows, how they called game and harpooned salmon, and many other things.
The Stone Age in North America: An Archæological Encyclopedia of the Implements, Ornaments, Weapons, Utensils, Etc., of the Prehistoric Tribes of North America, Volume 1 Warren King Moorehead.
Page 50 - Again the shape is so suggestive of the jew's-harp, an instrument used extensively in trade with the Indians, as to indicate that the pipe itself is modeled after the form of this primitive musical instrument, even though the file marks, so common on many of the pipes, are absent from those coming under the writer's observation." If Mr.
The stone age in North America; an archæological encyclopedia of the implements, ornaments, weapons, utensils, etc., of the prehistoric tribes of North America by Moorehead, Warren King, Pages: Visit the companion Web site to the NOVA program America's Stone Age Explorers, which examines controversial archeological evidence concerning the first people to inhabit North America.
The Stone Age began about million years ago, when researchers found the earliest evidence of humans using stone tools, and lasted until about 3, B.C. when the Bronze Age began. It is. The stone age in North America; an archaeological encyclopedia of the implements, ornaments, weapons, utensils, etc.
of the prehistoric tribed in North America, with more than three hundred full-page plates and four hundred figures illustrating over four thousand different objects by Moorehead, Warren K. (Warren King), Pages: North America Filed under: Stone age -- North America Discovery of Stone Implements in Glacial Drift in North America (), by Thomas Belt (multiple formats at ).
The stone age in North America an archaeological encyclopedia of the implements, ornaments, weapons, utensils, etc. of the prehistoric tribed in North America, with more than three hundred full-page plates and four hundred figures illustrating over four thousand different objects.
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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the. The theory is that ancient hunters followed prey across the land bridge, and into North America aro BCE.
Today, this is the most accepted model of. Professor Stanford said these mysterious Stone Age Europeans were known as the Solutreans and they occupied Spain, Portugal and southern France more t years ago. They paddled along an ice cap jutting into the North Atlantic and they lived like Inuits, harvesting seals and seabirds.
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Full text of "THE STONE AGE IN NORTH AMERICA.". Stone Age, prehistoric cultural stage, or level of human development, characterized by the creation and use of stone tools. The Stone Age, whose origin coincides with the discovery of the oldest known stone tools, which have been dated to some million years ago, is usually divided into three separate periods.
The book received significant media attention, but evaluations of the evidence by professional archaeologists find the book unconvincing. The radiocarbon dates from purported pre-Clovis archaeological sites presented by Stanford and Bradley are consistently earlier in North America, pre-dating Solutrean culture in Europe by 5–10 thousand years.
NARRATOR: Stone Age America, 13, years ago: A virgin land, a world great beasts have ruled for millions of years, and for early human settlers it is an age in which stone weapons can be the. Buy The Stone Age in North America by Am Warren K Moorehead online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 7 editions - starting at $ Shop now.We divide the entire region of North America for study into nine distinct culture areas based upon these interesting difference and the “tribes” that occupied those areas at the time the first “settlers” came to the continent’s shores.
The books of the People of the Stone Series will be one writer’s attempt to deal with this.The Stone Age was a broad prehistoric period during which stone was widely used to make implements with an edge, a point, or a percussion surface.
The period lasted roughly million years and ended between BCE and BCE with the advent of metalworking. Stone Age artifacts include tools used by modern humans and by their predecessor .