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    that I made in my dream. When people discover artifacts they are instantly connected to the past. Native American artifacts have been discovered and proved crucial details of culture. To begin with the history of Native Americans needs to be given, Is where the name Indian or savage came from. The name Indian came from the man Christopher Columbus who found America for spain (Grant 87). The name savage came from the early french (Grant 158). The Paleo Indians were the first people to live in the Southeast (Fundaburk 9). “Paleo-Indians lived a nomadic life; ate the meat of large animals they collectively killed; and supplemented their diet with berries, bark, nuts, and fruits in season” (Fundaburk 9). The purpose of this paragraph is to tell where the Natives American names came from and who the first Indians were. First Indians to make a fluted point was the Clovis. Although the Clovis were not the earliest inhabitants of America, they were the first widespread prehistoric culture (“Clovis Boy Confirms”).”Clovis people fashioned their stone spear tips with grooved bases” (“Clovis Boy Confirms”). They invented the spear shaped weapon made of stone (“Clovis Boy Confirms”). The clovis point is a fluted point, the flutes originate a base and go up halfway to the tip (Smallwood and Jennings 1). The Clovis point served to make weapons used to hunt animals such as mammoths and mastodons. Until The Indians made the atlatl they did not do so well hunting with regular…

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    The pre-clovis artifacts are the oldest in Virginia. The site that found this evidence is known as Cactus Hill. The evidence found here of the pre-clovis people was dated to 18,000 years ago. This meant that the first humans most likely started out from Europe some time from 20,000-30,000 years ago. The picture shows that North America and South America were connected in the southern part of the continent. After settling in Cactus Hill the first people would have came down south towards Chile.…

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    were adorned with mandible from wild boar as well as red ochre which stained the bones or their dead and is theorized to symbolize blood or rebirth in some forms of ancient rituals. The evidence of this being a religious symbol could be the presence of the Venus figurines and other artifacts found in more recent ancient burials along with the red ochre. While Hinduism is most similar to how we practice religion today, and still a religion existing in modern society, I believe that the…

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    percent of females had a high school diploma, and 27.5 percent of females obtained a baccalaureate degree (Perez & R.Luquis, 2014, p. 6). Additionally, women in the U.S can be characterized as having same equal and civil opportunities as men but discrimination and other social issues are prevalent. Latest data from the Census reveal that women are still not paid the same equal wages as men in their respective field. On average, women earnings are paid 77.4 cents per dollar paid to men in…

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    Analysis of world rock art and the insights from such studies represent a singular window into our remote past. In Kenneth Feder’s The Past in Perspective, he states: “The stone-tool industry seen in the oldest Ushki Lake component included small, finely made, stemmed, bifacially flaked spear-points. Bifacial points are also a hallmark of the Clovis culture found in the New World” (The Past in Perspective). This offers evidence of a new assembly of stone tools in the Americas at their earliest…

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    things upon one result, find an answer and stick to that one possible outcome. As a society, we should look at the bigger picture. Look back at our history in a multicultural perspective to understand every angle and side to our past. We have to take into consideration not only our impact on society but also how other cultures have impacted us. America is filled with diverse cultural and knowledge. The term American not only means being from America but our past and history result from…

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    different places, and lived through various cultures. In her journey as a writer her creative sensibility has undergone many changes, a continuous quest from ‘expatriation to immigration’. As a writer her concern can be seen in the lives of South- Asian immigrants in the USA and Canada and the problem of assimilation. Her works are representation of a movement from expatriation to immigration coinciding with her own immigration from Canada to USA. Her writings during her stay in Canada present…

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    For me, these introductory materials and lectures can be organised using three main categories: those that provide basic definitions, terms, and history, those that outlines the challenges and complexity of Aboriginal Studies, and those that explore the lives and cultures of Aboriginal people. The second lecture, along with the CBC “ReVision Quest” podcast falls into the first category, in which the correct use of terms such as “Aboriginal”, “Indigenous”, and “Treaty Lands” are discussed. This…

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    in their thought process and they practically come into the world with a clean slate. Although, it is the world, or should I say culture, they live in that influence and start to make variations between one child and another in terms of cognitive development. In the following paper, I will be exploring the cultural phenomena of cognitive development in early childhood. In spite of the variations, it is evident in many countries that parenting has a vast influence on child cognition. Through…

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    me up from a miry clay; he set my feet on solid ground; he put a new song in my heart." Praise does not always rise to that level of focus, but when praise is at its best it does--it is a looking away from oneself and focusing on the object of praise.[v] Secondly, praise is normally the spontaneous and enthusiastic expression of delight and appreciation. But giving thanks can more easily become a fixed duty. Third, true biblical praise is given in a forum, with an audience that will be…

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