1491: una nueva historia de las Américas antes de Colón

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Santillana, 2006 - America - 632 pages
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Tradicionalmente, nos han enseñado que los primeros habitantes de América entraron en el continente atravesando el estrecho de Bering doce mil años antes de la llegada Colón. Se daba por supuesto que eran principalmente bandas reducidas y nómadas, y que v

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User Review  - bdtrump - LibraryThing

Probably closer to 3.5, but Mann does offer some fascinating stories about Pre-Columbian Native Americans that would be difficult to find elsewhere. Chalked full of details, Mann goes to great lengths ... Read full review

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This is a fascinating and very detailed book. Although it wasn't quite what I had expected (I thought it would deal strictly with accounts of pre-Columbian peoples of North America), the author did a ... Read full review

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