Sonneborn Liz - Chronology of American Indian History


Author : Sonneborn Liz
Title : Chronology of American Indian History Updated edition
Year : 2001

Link download : Sonneborn_Liz_-_Chronology_of_American_Indian_History.zip

Before 1492. Emergence. According to oral tradition, the Navajo (Dineh) came into being by emerging through three worlds - the Black World, the Blue-Green World, and the Yellow World—before finally reaching the Glittering World, the one they still inhabit in the American Southwest. This story, told from generation to generation for hundreds of years, is believed by some scholars to confirm their own theories of how the Navajo came to live in their homeland. According to archaeological evidence, the early Navajo traveled through the Arctic to central Canada and on to the Rocky Mountain region before settling in the lands they occupy today. In their creation story, the Black World seems to correspond to the cold, harsh environment of the Arctic, the Blue-Green World to the Canadian forests, and the Yellow World to the mountains and plains on the Rockies’ eastern slope. ...

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