Re: Amerindian navigators and Eurocentrism in scholarship


From dweller@ramtops.demon.co.uk (Doug Weller)
Date Tue, 09 Sep 1997 06:28:23 GMT
Newsgroups sci.archaeology.mesoamerican, sci.archaeology, sci.anthropology, alt.folklore.science
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On 9 Sep 1997 05:27:37 GMT, in sci.archaeology.mesoamerican, Yuri Kuchinsky
17784 wrote:

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>The fact is that the Natives had those skills.

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Ah. But of course when it comes to the Native Americans in the northeast
buidling fortified villages, you suggest that that must be Viking influence.
You really can't have it both ways. At times you sound very much like a 19th
century Eurocentrist.

Doug


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