The 1st Inhabitants with the Great Ponds Region in North America
While archeological discoveries of bone tissue and fossils continue to support the existence of homo-sapiens
in United states prior to the arrival of Indo-European explorers inside the 15th hundred years, this daily news will attempt to
explain chronologically, which Indigenous American inhabitants lived or migrated through what is known today as the
Great Wetlands Region. This region comes with lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Ontario, & Erie along with surrounding
U. S. state territories including Michigan, a significant slice of Wisconsin, small servings of Minnesota & Indianapolis, a
little part of The state of illinois and the Canadian providence of Ontario toward the north. In terms of chronological dates, this
paper is going to analyze the quaternary period, specifically the "Holocene epoch from 8000 B. C. to Present; the last 10, 000
years " (Quimby 2), since this epoch involved the fundamental evolution of mankind to the present. It is important to
realize that the late Pleistocene epoch had a dramatic influence on the migration patterns of homo-sapiens getting "the
Unites states by 18, 000 ago" (O'Brien 12), after significant portions of North America found the last ice age, which will
through glaciation and glacial retreat affected the day of arrival and occurrence of local people over the
Great Ponds Region.
Quickly following the distante retreat in the upper Wonderful Lakes region around 11, 000 B. C., the flora and fauna
in the area began to develop prior to and upon the introduction of the "Paleo-Indian tribe, circa 7000 N. C. to 4500 M. C. "
(Quimby 6). Between this time around period, in 6000 B. C., the basins from the upper Great Lakes became entirely glaciers free
and moraines and depressions started forming t...
... local inhabitants pointed out throughout this report. This led me personally
to conclude that Indian your life in North America was certainly, altered in the event that not completely destroyed of its dignity
prosperity and self-worth ever since the introduction of the white colored man to the very day time.
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