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Pre-Columbian Contact with the Americas Across the Oceans: An Annotated Bibliography

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Precolumbian contacts with the Americas across the Oceans
Hardcover, 2 pages
Published June 1st 1996 by Research Press (UT) (first published 1996)
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Michael Smith
Nov 29, 2014 Michael Smith rated it it was ok
I first became interested in the “pre-Columbian exploration” problem in college, back in the early ‘60s, and I’ve been reading in the field ever since -- and also collecting published works and building a bibliography. What got my attention, actually, was not so much the question of whether or not Europeans (or Phoenicians, or Africans, or the Chinese) visited or explored or colonized the Western Hemisphere before 1492 -- though I do find that a fascinating problem -- but rather the open warfare ...more
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