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The Old Way
A Story of the First People
By Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

The Old Way (2007) - 368 pages
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In 1950, Elizabeth Marshall Thomas's father, the retired president of Raytheon, together with his wife, a former English teacher, and their two teenage children, went out to live among some of the last people in the world still living as nomadic hunter-gatherers. It would be a coming-of-age like no other, with stunning and unforeseen rewards for the field of anthropology. Thomas's mother, Lorna Marshall, would write The !Kung of Nyae Nyae, one of the great ethnographies of all time; her brother, John, made a series of films culminating in the epic A Kalahari Family, chronicling the fate of the !Kung through early contacts and discovery of their remarkable way of life to their tragic displacement from the lands that had sustained them for so many thousands of years. Elizabeth herself, an extraordinarily gifted writer, went on to write a number of best-selling books. Now, half a century later, she returns to those early experiences and reexamines what she learned from the people, places, animals, and lifeways encountered in the Kalahari long ago. The result is a brilliantly conceived, wise, and hauntingly vivid portrait of the natural and social worlds inhabited by people living much as our earliest human ancestors must have.

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The Old Way
A Story of the First People

By Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse The Old Way for showing us the people who
would probably survive even if the rest of humanity destroys itself.