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The Stone Age

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ISBN-10 1406373486
Release 2017-10
Pages 32
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The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers

The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers Author Richard B. Lee
ISBN-10 052157109X
Release 1999-12-16
Pages 511
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Profiles hunting and gathering peoples from around the world, and discusses such topics as prehistory, social life, gender, music and art, health, religion, and indigenous knowledge.



Here on Earth

Here on Earth Author Tim Flannery
ISBN-10 9780802195609
Release 2011-04-05
Pages 288
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Beginning at the moment of creation with the Big Bang, Here on Earth explores the evolution of Earth from a galactic cloud of dust and gas to a planet with a metallic core and early signs of life within a billion years of being created. In a compelling narrative, Flannery describes the formation of the Earth’s crust and atmosphere, as well as the transformation of the planet’s oceans from toxic brews of metals (such as iron, copper, and lead) to life-sustaining bodies covering 70 percent of the planet’s surface. Life, Flannery shows, first appeared in these oceans in the form of microscopic plants and bacteria, and these metals served as catalysts for the earliest biological processes known to exist. From this starting point, Flannery tells the fascinating story of the evolution of our own species, exploring several early human species—from the diminutive creatures (the famed hobbits) who lived in Africa around two million years ago to Homo erectus—before turning his attention to Homo sapiens. Drawing on Charles Darwin’s and Alfred Russell Wallace’s theories of evolution and Lovelock’s Gaia hypothesis, Here on Earth is a dazzling account of life on our planet.



Ancient Egypt and Us

Ancient Egypt and Us Author Adrian Kerr
ISBN-10 9780615273594
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 250
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Ancient Egypt and Us has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Ancient Egypt and Us also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Ancient Egypt and Us book for free.



The History Book

The History Book Author DK
ISBN-10 9780241282229
Release 2016-07-01
Pages 352
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Travel back in time with the latest instalment in the bestselling Big Ideas series. The History Book charts world history from the dawn of civilisation to the modern culture we live in today. From the origins of homo-sapiens to the release of Nelson Mandela, from the French Revolution to the Space Race, The History Book is a stunning exploration of the human timeline up to and including modern Islam, the world wide web, and the global financial crisis. The History Book tackles big historical ideas with stunning visuals, key quotes, and important themes that are woven throughout world history. Discover events from the assassination of Caesar to World War I and see the people and events come to life with The History Book, perfect for students, adults, or anyone who wants to understand our fascinating past.



Approaching Chaos

Approaching Chaos Author Lucy Wyatt
ISBN-10 9781846942556
Release 2010-01-16
Pages 340
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Twenty-first century civilization faces economic, ecological and spiritual meltdown. To survive this century as civilized people, we need to refer back to a time when city life was in harmony with nature and the wider environment. We cannot dismiss the ancients as 'primitive' when they had a blueprint for civilization that first appeared over 5,000 years ago. Perhaps we should look at the ancient past for solutions.



Social Change

Social Change Author Christopher Chase-Dunn
ISBN-10 9781317251965
Release 2016-01-08
Pages 504
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From the Stone Age to the Internet Age, this book tells the story of human sociocultural evolution. It describes the conditions under which hunter-gatherers, horticulturalists, agricultural states, and industrial capitalist societies formed, flourished, and declined. Drawing evidence from archaeology, ethnography, linguistics, historical documents, statistics, and survey research, the authors trace the growth of human societies and their complexity, and they probe the conflicts in hierarchies both within and among societies. They also explain the macro-micro links that connect cultural evolution and history with the development of the individual self, thinking processes, and perceptions. Key features of the text Designed for undergraduate and graduate social science classes on social change and globalization topics in sociology, world history, cultural geography, anthropology, and international studies. Describes the evolution of the modern capitalist world-system since the fourteenth century BCE, with coverage of the rise and fall of system leaders: the Dutch in the seventeenth century, the British in the nineteenth century, and the United States in the twentieth century. Provides a framework for analyzing patterns of social change. Includes numerous tables, figures, and illustrations throughout the text. Supplemented by framing part introductions, suggested readings at the end of each chapter, an end of text glossary, and a comprehensive bibliography. Offers a web-based auxiliary chapter on Indigenous North American World-Systems and a companion website with excel data sets and additional web links for students.



Green History

Green History Author Derek Wall
ISBN-10 9781134896882
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 288
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Green History traces the development of ecological writing through history and forms a broad critical review of green ideas and movements reinforcing the importance of environmental concern and action in our own time. Animal rights, ecology as science, feminism, green fascism/socialism/anarchism, land reform, peaceful protest, industrialization, ancient ecology, evolution, grassroots activism, philosophical holism, recycling, Taoism, demographics, utopias, sustainability, spiritualism ...all these issues and many more are discussed. Authors include Alice Walker on massacre in the City of Brotherly Love, Aldous Huxley on progress, Lewis Mumford on the organic outlook, Engels on natural dialectics, Thoreau on the fontier life, the Shelleys on vegetarianism and playing God, Bacon on the New Atlantis, Hildegard of Bingen on green vigour, the unknown writer of the Bodhisattva and the Hungry Tigress and Plato on soil erosion. Each article is set within its historical and thematic context. A full introduction and a guide to further reading are also provided.



Vanishing Species

Vanishing Species Author Miles Barton
ISBN-10 0531173062
Release 1991
Pages 36
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Explains how the extinction of various animal species can upset the delicate balance of the ecosystem and offers a variety of protective measures that would help avoid further damage.



DK findout Stone Age

DK findout  Stone Age Author DK
ISBN-10 9781465464910
Release 2017-01-10
Pages 64
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Go back to prehistoric times to see what life was like in the Stone Age in DK findout! Stone Age. Learn how early humans discovered fire, how they used stone to create tools, and how they fought to survive. Meet a Stone Age human to see what they wore, sample some of their favorite foods, and find out what Stone Age kids did for fun. Do you play the same games as kids in the Stone Age? Visit cave dwellings to see some of humans' earliest homes, and take a closer look at prehistoric cave paintings. Spot the differences between an elephant and a woolly mammoth, learn the sign language of our early ancestors, and become a Stone Age detective in DK findout! Stone Age.



People of the Earth

People of the Earth Author Dr. Brian Fagan
ISBN-10 9781317346821
Release 2015-08-26
Pages 560
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Understand major developments of human prehistory People of the Earth: An Introduction to World Prehistory 14/e, provides an exciting journey though the 7-million-year-old panorama of humankind's past. This internationally renowned text provides the only truly global account of human prehistory from the earliest times through the earliest civilizations. Written in an accessible way for beginning students, People of the Earth shows how today's diverse humanity developed biologically and culturally over millions of years against a background of constant climatic change.



The Story of Prehistoric Peoples

The Story of Prehistoric Peoples Author Philip Brooks
ISBN-10 9781448847907
Release 2011-08
Pages 64
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Describes the lives of early prehistoric peoples, from the use of tools and the migration of early hominids around the world to human life during the Ice Age, the domestication of animals, and prehistoric art.



Avoid Being a Mammoth Hunter

Avoid Being a Mammoth Hunter Author John Malam
ISBN-10 1904642101
Release 2004
Pages 32
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It's cold living in the Ice Age -- Darkness! A visit to a sacred cave -- Magic! The mammoth hunters' dance -- Weapons! A mammoth hunter's toolkit -- Shelter! Mammoth bone houses -- A last! You see mammoths -- Kill! You catch the mammoth -- Danger! Attacked by rivals -- Buried! Disposing of the dead -- Feast! Mammoth for dinner -- Long march! Crossing the land bridge -- America! You reach a new world.



The Paleolithic Age to Early Civilizations

The Paleolithic Age to Early Civilizations Author Tim McNeese
ISBN-10 9780787724351
Release 1999-09-01
Pages 18
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Follow the history of civilization from the dark prehistory of the Paleolithic Age to the development of the earliest centers of civilization in Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley. The lives of hunter-gatherers, the agricultural revolution, and the rise of the world's first cities are all vividly depicted in this richly illustrated text. Challenging map exercises and review questions encourage meaningful reflection and historical analysis. Complete the unit with the included test. An answer key is also included.



The Ape Within Us

The Ape Within Us Author John Ramsay MacKinnon
ISBN-10 MINN:31951001006738M
Release 1978-01-01
Pages 287
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The Ape Within Us has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Ape Within Us also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Ape Within Us book for free.



All about Prehistoric Man

All about Prehistoric Man Author Rupert Oliver
ISBN-10 0831771364
Release 1990
Pages 61
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Offers a look at the evolution of modern humans and their society from the earliest primates to the first metal-workers.



Exploring Evolutionary Biology

Exploring Evolutionary Biology Author Montgomery Slatkin
ISBN-10 UOM:39015031869681
Release 1995
Pages 305
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Featuring a collection of articles from American Scientist between 1983 and 1995, this book is intended to serve as supplementary reading in evolutionary biology and to introduce the reader to modern research topics in the field. The articles are by leading research scientists and illustrate the diversity of problems that evolutionary biologists encounter along the way to understanding the history of living things and the processes that govern evolutionary change.