Who really discovered America?

By Krensky, Stephen & Sullivan, Steve

Publishers Summary:
Examines the races, tribes, wanderers, and explorers who may have found America before Columbus, including the prehistoric nomads who crossed the land bridge from Asia and possible Polynesian, Phoenician, and European visitors by sea.

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ISBN
978-0-80389-306-1
Publisher
New York : Hastings House : 1987.


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on April 1, 1988

Gr 4-6 Krensky provides an overview of the settlement and exploration of North America, beginning with Asian nomads who followed game across the Bering Strait 40,000 years ago and con tinuing through Columbus, Cabot, and Vespucci. Theories and evidence of other discoveries are presented: e.g., Asian seafarers in South America, Vi king ex...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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