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    Early People Theory

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    This path was along the glacier by the Bering Landbridge. Most historians believe technological developments in travel like boats is how the first people arrived. After passing the western coast of modern day America the first people would have sailed down to Monte Verde. The evidence of Monte Verde is from a webstie of the Smithsonian Institution http://www.si/edu/encyclopedia)si/nmnh.origin.htm The South Pacific/Atlantic theory states the first humans started in Japan and Australia and came through the Pacific Ocean to get to South America. This of course would be sea travel making the first people use boats. Boats were found in Japan and Australia backing this theory up. The boat evidence was found by Walter Neves and Mark Hubb. Although new evidence suggests the next theory is correct. To start off, facts state that the first people originated in Africa. By the way of travel the Solutrean theory states in order to get to the americas, the first people had to travel to modern day Europe. From there they would have…

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    Religion In Anthropology

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    covered in ice from the ice age and not covered in water like it is now. Though there is much evidence suggesting the Clovis being the first to migrate to the Americas, new research has since “debunked” Clovis-First Theory in favor of The Monte Verde Migration Theory. This Theory revolves around a archaeological evidence found in Monte Verde, Chile in 1979. Anthropology.net describes this as the earliest known evidence of humans in the America’s because of findings such as human remains,…

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    The most likely correct theory is the Pacific Coast Migration because of the strong evidence proving this model. First of all, data collected from the Beringia and the Pacific Rim area, show seafaring culture who in their travels could have come across the Americas. Furthermore, in order for some South American sites to be established, such as Monte Verde, humans would have to have left Beringia earlier than the ice free corridor opened. The Pacific Coast Migration could have occurred around…

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    In the essay “How To Tame A Wild Tongue” by Gloria Anzaldua the author touches upon issues like the division within and between languages and how an attack on her language is an attack on her as a human being. The author overcomes much adversity as she is not only prosecuted for her language by English speakers but by some people within her own culture.Her own mother had told her that without learning to speak English without an accent she would never be able to amount to anything worthwhile in…

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    The Sedona Culture

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    But more on today later, first circle back to 650 A.D., when the Sinagua people entered the Verde Valley. To place 650 A.D. in historical perceptive, the Muslim conquests to unify Arabia under the Prophet Muhammad started around 622. These conquests brought an end to the Byzantine Empire, which itself comprised the eastern remnants of the Roman Empire. So yes, we’re talking a long, long time ago. The Sinagua culture is known for its art--petroglyphs, pottery and basketry--as well as its masonry.…

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    Four Wrong Policy Drivers

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    Before I mention three points that I saw as important, I would like to say thank you for presenting this summary to the class. I’ve order the book, because I feel that Fullan ushered in some very valuable concepts that will benefit me as I move forward in a new phase of my career as an administrator. The first important point for me from this summary of Michael Fullan’s book by Jenn David-Lang in The Main Idea, were the four wrong policy drivers. I agree with Fullan in that a principal needs…

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    self-sufficient, they had to grow their own food. “Depending on their size, monasteries had several types of gardens. There was always a cloister garth, a square garden at the heart of the monastery surrounded by cloisters, long passages along which monks could walk or where they might sit to meditate or read.” (Beswick, Early Horticulture of Benedictines and Cistercians) Within his gardens, Brother Cadfael not only produced food, but also medicines for the sick. The author speaks of the…

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    Lawn And Order Case Study

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    police or murder him but instead he did the exact opposite. Julian then grunted “ How do you know my mother? “ and Mr Adams explained in a strong stern voice that they have known each other since they were eight years old. Julian then finally answered the question and said “ Yes.” Mr. Adams then explained that the only reason that he is doing this is because he feels like he owes Nancy a lot in life because of what she has done for him. He also told him that he would take him off the hook…

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    Research one of the holy men or women from the early Church, and explain their contribution to the Church both in their own time, and as role models to us today. Write your essay starting here: Saint Scholastica was born in in Nursea, a mountainous part of central Italy in 480 Ad. She was born into a wealthy and very religious family, and her and her twin brother Benedict were faithful from a very young age. She was born into Christianity and her family revolved their life very strongly around…

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    to find God through prayer and good works, they commit to this way of life. Benedict was a very smart man and was also very dedicated. St Benedict has taught us so many lessons and helped us to live our lives in the right way with God. He overcame adversity and trials, this helped him build character, gain wisdom and maturity. St Benedict was also full of amazing perseverance. He showed this by never abandoning his duties even with so many difficulties that he faced, such as temptations and…

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