HIS108 Grossmont College Native America

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Running head: AMERICAN HISTORY

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Native America
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AMERICAN HISTORY

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Part I
Beringia
Beringia is a geographical region in which it is thought that the early man had access to
the western hemisphere. The area is situated in North America and Asia and is separated by a
narrow part of the ocean. However, during the Ice Age, it was locked ice making it possible for
the man to enter the western part of the planet in pursuit of migrating mammals (Schulten, 2018).
The area is vital to American History as it explains the existence of human beings in America
before colonization by Europeans. Additionally, Beringia is the pathway that led to America
having Native Indians as the first people as its inhabitants.

The picture creates a better impression of the region and shows how easy it was for man
to cross the two continents. The issue of passing over was simplified by the glacial ice that
existed during the Ice Ag...

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