Peopling Of The Americas Theories PPT
The Peopling of the Americas What different views exist regarding origins? What are traditional archaeological theories of origins? How are these archaeological theories being challenged?
PEOPLING OF THE AMERICAS Pre-European contact and cultural Exchange ... Focus Questions What are several theories of where the indigenous peoples of America’s originated and what questions does the evidence raise?
Peopling of Mesoamerica When did people first appear in the Americas? ... (level 200 ft lower) Ca. 20 kya during the Duvanny Yar Interval (level 300 ft lower) Two Conflicting Theories The antiquity of the earliest Americans is controversial, much debate Short Chronology ...
The Americas: A Separate World
The First Americans, c. 13,000-2500 B.C. Peopling New Worlds 2 main theories about the origins of the people of the Americas During the last Ice Age ... settling at various spots along the western coast of the Americas Peopling New Worlds (cont.)
... (level 300 ft lower) Two Conflicting Theories The antiquity of the earliest Americans is controversial, much debate Short Chronology (Clovis) No evidence of humans in New World before 12-13 kya. Long Chronology (Pre-Clovis) ... New evidence of sites in Americas dating to 19 and 15 kya.
There are currently two competing theories of the origin of anatomically modern Homo sapiens The Replacement model, ... University of Alberta. Edmonton, Canada. Gibbons, Ann (1996) The Peopling of the Americas. Science 274:31-33.
Theories of the Neolithic Thus, the big question about the Neolithic is why should ... Paleolithic seafaring Evidence from the peopling of Australia and much other evidence shows that upper ... Prehistory of the Americas In the Americas, the process did not include the domestication of ...
The English conquest of _____ was used as a testing ground for theories of colonial rule. ... The peopling of America was made possible some 30,000 years ago because of. ... established the first gov’t in the Americas. Sir George Calvert and son Cecilius (the Lords of Baltimore) acquired a .
AP World History Review 1750-1914