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Some Prehistoric Algonquian Cultural Vocabulary By Paul Proulx
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Most Proto Algonquian reconstructions published to date, and the data supporting them, are found in George F. Aubin's Proto Algonquian Dictionary (Aubin 1975). Most of the Proto Central Algonquian... More > or Proto Lake ones are found in John Hewson's Computer-Generated Dictionary of Proto Algonquian (Hewson 1993). Those I have newly reconstructed or substantively revised in the course of my linguistic paleontology are presented here. Most are the names of game animals or useful plants, but some other terms of cultural interest are included. Pseudo proto terms are so called because they're likely based on loans postdating the proto language in whose phonology they're written.< Less
The Adventures of the Prehistoric: #1 Survival of the Triceratops By Cody Copitzky
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A dinosaur fights to survive the elements and a T-Rex during the destruction of his land.
The Prehistoric Worldwide Import of the Great Lakes By Robert Bruce Baird
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Along with a book on Peru; I am sure there is more than enough proof of a new history for the Americas. It is highly 'political' I am told by people in the government. I have artifacts that... More > institutions were told not to check out. There are other sites where fellow researchers find academics in league with the powers that be are trying to destroy the proofs. It has already been done to Kennewick Man's site and many other sites.< Less
The Prehistoric Worldwide Import of the GREAT LAKES By Robert Bruce Baird
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In 2014 the discovery of over 500,000 year old art in Indonesia makes my work in this book seem prophetic but those who know Churchward will say he knew it. Hopefully the content on the Harmonic was... More > not used for bad intent by the people Futurescape shows have and are developing machines to manipulate the World Mind. My e-mail now allows access to me so we can discuss how to bring light to the issues now facing humanity. I am sure there is more than enough proof of a new history for the Americas. It is highly 'political' I am told by people in the government. I have artifacts that institutions were told not to check out. There are other sites where fellow researchers find academics in league with the powers that be are trying to destroy the proofs. It has already been done to Kennewick Man's site and many other sites.< Less
The Prehistoric Worldwide Import of the GREAT LAKES By Robert Bruce Baird
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Along with a book on Peru; I am sure there is more than enough proof of a new history for the Americas. It is highly 'political' I am told by people in the government. I have artifacts that... More > institutions were told not to check out. There are other sites where fellow researchers find academics in league with the powers that be are trying to destroy the proofs. It has already been done to Kennewick Man's site and many other sites.< Less
Women in Prehistoric Indo European Society By Paul Proulx
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Throughout the 19th century scholars believed that the Proto Indo European (PIE) society had cross cousin marriage, matrilineal descent, and matriarchy (a female version of patriarchy). Then by the... More > middle of the 20th century, the backlash was proclaiming just the opposite: that PIE society was patrilineal and patriarchical, and had husband centered residence. Friedrich (1966:9) even speculated that "widows may have been marked for some mortuary ritual; sacrifice and interment with the husband." Now new insights suggest that the 19th century scholars may have been closer to right than the later ones. The evidence for husband centered residence and patriliny does not withstand critical examination, and, although there is no evidence of matriarchy, the evidence for wife centered residence is good. Matriliny too seems very likely, and women evidently had important active roles cementing family alliances. The trail of these new insights begins among the eastern Algonquian peoples...< Less
Women in Prehistoric Indo European Society By Paul Proulx
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Throughout the 19th century scholars believed that the Proto Indo European (PIE) society had cross cousin marriage, matrilineal descent, and matriarchy (a female version of patriarchy). Then by the... More > middle of the 20th century, the backlash was proclaiming just the opposite: that PIE society was patrilineal and patriarchical, and had husband centered residence. Friedrich (1966:9) even speculated that "widows may have been marked for some mortuary ritual; sacrifice and interment with the husband." Now new insights suggest that the 19th century scholars may have been closer to right than the later ones. The evidence for husband centered residence and patriliny does not withstand critical examination, and, although there is no evidence of matriarchy, the evidence for wife centered residence is good. Matriliny too seems very likely, and women evidently had important active roles cementing family alliances. The trail of these new insights begins among the eastern Algonquian peoples...< Less
20th Tate Conference - Prehistoric Predators By J.P. Cavigelli
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20th Casper College Tate Geological Museum Conference held annually at Casper College in Casper, Wyoming
The Paleo Perspective: The Plight of Prehistoric Man in Modern Times By Bob DeCo
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Is there a “caveman” buried deep inside each of us—one that we refuse to recognize? Do we have Paleolithic instincts and urgings? How much of our behavior is a vestige from our... More > hunter-gatherer past? Man does in fact have an ancient, Paleolithic genetic design. Indeed, human nature hasn’t changed in roughly the last 200,000 years—but human society has changed drastically. Humans were designed to live in small communal groupings. The further away from this primitive setting that we find ourselves, the less likely it is that our genetically governed instincts will adequately serve us. Our deep-seated primitive instincts are ever-lurking in the background, obscured and obfuscated by the pervasiveness of modern civilization—but extremely relevant nonetheless. By ignoring our Paleolithic design we fail to comprehend the nature of our modern predicament.< Less
Danielle Smith in: Prehistoric Day Trip By James Barratt
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Danielle Smith takes her entire class on a day trip back in time to the year 30,000 BC, where they study history in a real prehistoric setting as well as sxploring.

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