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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse America Before Columbus for showing that
the Indian nations had built a vast infrastructure of cites, orchards,
canals and causeways before being wiped out by the European
invaders. They even had given women voting rights at least 400
years before American males allowed women to have them.

America Before Columbus

America Before Columbus (2010) - 90 minutes
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History books traditionally depict the pre-Columbus Americas as a pristine wilderness where small native villages lived in harmony with nature. But scientific evidence tells a very different story: When Columbus stepped ashore in 1492, millions of people were already living there. America wasn't exactly a "New World," but a very old one whose inhabitants had built a vast infrastructure of cites, orchards, canals and causeways. But after Columbus set foot in the Americas, an endless wave of explorers, conquistadors and settlers arrived, and with each of their ships came a Noah's Ark of plants, animals - and disease. In the first 100 years of contact, entire civilizations were wiped out and the landscape was changed forever.

National Geographic embarks on an expedition into the mysterious world of ancient American history to shed a different light on the history of Americans.

4-1-16 Possible second Viking site found in Newfoundland
Possible second Viking site found in Newfoundland
Satellite imagery has led archaeologists to what may be the second Viking settlement to have been discovered in North America. Excavations in southern Newfoundland last June yielded preliminary evidence consistent with a roughly 1,000-year-old Norse settlement, investigators announced March 31 in a press release. Sarah Parcak of the University of Alabama at Birmingham used high-resolution images taken from space to identify a spot where ground disturbances indicated the presence of buried structures. Work at the site, called Point Rosee, revealed remains of turf walls from a Viking-style structure. A small pit next to a boulder and a line of smaller rocks contained pieces of iron ore produced by heating bog iron, metal deposits formed from iron particles carried by rivers into wetlands.

4-1-16 New evidence of Viking life in America?
New evidence of Viking life in America?
A new discovery has revealed that the Vikings may have travelled hundreds of miles further into North America than previously thought. It's well known that they reached the tip of the continent more than 1,000 years ago, but the full extent of their exploration has remained a mystery, writes historian Dan Snow.

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America Before Columbus

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse America Before Columbus for showing that
the Indian nations had built a vast infrastructure of cites, orchards,
canals and causeways before being wiped out by the European
invaders. They even had given women voting rights at least 400
years before American males allowed women to have them.