The History Puzzle: How We Know What We Know about the Past

Series Exceptional Social Studies Titles for Upper Grades By Susan Provost Beller
Publisher Twenty-First Century Imprint Twenty-First Century ISBN


The History Puzzle: How We Know What We Know about the Past

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Was there more than one Great Wall of China? Did King Arthur and Camelot actually exist? Is Lucy-the world's earliest complete human skeleton-really a he? Historians, anthropologists, and archaeologists are constantly uncovering new clues that compel us to reevaluate our understanding of the past. More than a dozen examples ranging from ancient to recent times show that "there is no historical event about which we can be absolutely sure we have the right account. . . ." Source notes. List for further information. Index.
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Nonfiction Middle Grades 5-8)

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