Man's Rise to Civilization: The Cultural Ascent of the Indians of North America

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Dutton, 1978 - Homme primitif - 314 pages
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Surveys the prehistory, history, biology, languages, and cultures of the North American Indians, explaining the varying social, political, economic, and cultural behaviors of bands, tribes, chiefdoms, and states

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Masterful review of past and recent theories of social and cultural development of civilizations in North and Central America. Read full review

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User Review  - Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk - Goodreads

I first read this book in the late '60s early 70s - it was awesome! It takes the Americas and treats them as a test-tube. It looks at Native American societies and analyses the development of cultures ... Read full review

Contents

AN EXAMPLE FOR MODERN HUMANS
3
THE BAND
16
ENVIRONMENT AND ADAPTATION
34
Copyright

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