There is a common myth that lingers within the historical community. Every year I ask my students whether they enjoy history or not. Generally, I get a good mixed of enjoyment juxtaposed with physical anguish. If I press further and see WHY they hate studying history, the overwhelming answer is that history never changes. It’s boring. Well, I am here to put that baby to bed with Rule number two of history: History is always changing. If we were to receive all our information from a textbook written 30 years ago, then yes, history doesn’t change. But as we discover more artifacts buried in mountain side, or we invite more perspectives to the table (much like the 1619 Project), history becomes a tad more elastic.
1:35 New Findings
7:10 Land Bridge
14:06 The Archaic
20:55 The Post-Archaic
29:16 The White Myth
Earliest evidence for humans in the America
History of Native Americans in the United States
Archaic culture | ancient American Indian culture
Pyramid of the Sun.
Indians and Aliens – Reason.com.