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Prehistoric Social Organization Before and After Agriculture: the lexically reconstructed story of Central Algonquian society, showing the transformation of a bilateral forager kindred into an agricultural patrilineal tribe in a resource rich natural envir By Paul Proulx
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The book presents a detailed account of the transformation in social organization that came with the adoption of subsistence agriculture by the foragers who lived in one resource rich area of the... More > planet (the Lower Great Lakes). The technique used is lexical reconstruction, correlated where possible with archaeological data. My research suggests that in simple societies whose politics are all kin based, the kinship terminology serves as an oral constitution, amendments to which involve new terms with pertinent etymologies. By carefully noting the etymologies of innovations, one can reconstruct prehistoric social change.< Less
Prehistoric Social Organization Before and After Agriculture: the lexically reconstructed story of Central Algonquian society, showing the transformation of a bilateral forager kindred into an agricultural patrilineal tribe in a resource rich natural envir By Paul Proulx
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The book presents a detailed account of the transformation in social organization that came with the adoption of subsistence agriculture by the foragers who lived in one resource rich area of the... More > planet (the Lower Great Lakes). The technique used is lexical reconstruction, correlated where possible with archaeological data. My research suggests that in simple societies whose politics are all kin based, the kinship terminology serves as an oral constitution, amendments to which involve new terms with pertinent etymologies. By carefully noting the etymologies of innovations, one can reconstruct prehistoric social change.< Less
Prehistoric Textile Art of Eastern United States Thirteenth Annual Report of the Beaurau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1891-1892, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1896, pages 3-46 By William Henry Holmes
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Henry Holmes (December 1, 1846 – April 20, 1933)... More > — known as W.H. Holmes — was an American explorer, anthropologist, archaeologist, artist, scientific illustrator, cartographer, mountain climber, geologist and museum curator and director.William Henry Holmes was born on a farm near Cadiz, in Harrison County, Ohio, to Joseph and Mary Heberling Holmes on December 1, 1846. One of his forebears was the Rev. Obadiah Holmes, who emigrated to Salem, Massachusetts in 1638. William Henry Holmes graduated from the McNeely Normal School, Hopedale, Ohio in 1870 and afterwards briefly taught drawing, painting, natural history, and geology at the School. In 1889 the school awarded him an honorary A.B. (Bachelor of Arts) degree. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Henry_Holmes< Less
We were families during prehistory, weren't we? Reconstructing the prehistoric linguistic relationships of the Tai-Kadai language family and its linguistic affiliations By Hugo Yu-Hsiu Lee
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This is an essential article to understand what was happening to the Thai language family and its affiliated language families during the prehistory.
Mémoire n°1 - The Phenomenon of Dog Burials in the Prehistoric Times in the Area of Middle Europe By Malgorzata ANDRALOJC
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The work deals with the problem of dog burials, i.e. it refers to finds of remains of individuals belonging to dog species intentionally buried in the ground and not consisting of post-consumption... More > bones. It deals with finds originating from the area between Bug and Elbe, and between Danube and the Baltic Sea (Jutland included) and dated from the period of the Neolithic Age until the decline of antiquity. The basic objective of this work is to present a possibly complete register of the prehistoric burials of these animais, a multiaspect analysis of these finds (among others in order to find differences and similarities among them conditioned by their different chronology, local traditions and extemal influences) as well asto explain the genesis of this phenomenon.< Less
4-9 FOXX By Madison Halcrow
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A young girl finds romance while trying to avoid being eaten by several prehistoric beasts in this time travel adventure
Doomsaur By Frank Babylon et al.
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The world of man is no longer ruled by man for the apocalyptic Doomsaurs,ancient titanic monsters from prehistoric times, have awoken from their eternal slumber to terrorize and dominate the earth... More > as we know it.< Less
Someone Was Here By Charles Garcia
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Someone was here long before us. These prehistoric people roamed the land in search of food and shelter. They produced art, sang songs, and performed beautiful dances. Wonderful pots of clay and... More > amazing woven baskets filled their homes. Families lived in teepees and even upon steep cliffs. Here is a collection of poems that I hope captures some small moments from a long-forgotten way of life.< Less
Someone Was Here By Charles Garcia
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Someone was here long before us. These prehistoric people roamed the land in search of food and shelter. They produced art, sang songs, and performed beautiful dances. Wonderful pots of clay and... More > amazing woven baskets filled their homes. Families lived in teepees and even upon steep cliffs. Here is a collection of poems that I hope captures some small moments from a long-forgotten way of life.< Less
RIVER TALES By JD . . . . Edited by JDaniel
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A worldweary (if somewhat clueless) cosmopole is stranded in the Midwest. A chance confrontation with a Personified Missouri River leads to a prolonged interchange. Amidst social commentary and... More > observations, River undertakes to recount the extended history of one isolated stretch of riverbank. There ensues a tale of various prehistoric inhabitants of that spot. Interspersed is also pseudo-scientific theories and postualtions. Perhaps a bit tongue-in-cheek, this is intended to convey a serious message as well. The pomposity is hoped to entertain as well as to cause pause to ponder. Everyday pomposity is rampant in society, and is corroding the quality of life; perhaps this may spur some re-evaluation and mitigate this trend. The whole book was written to engender fun and maybe--just maybe--some serious contemplations.< Less

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