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Were Native Americans (Indians) really savages? (use 1491 article from The Atlantic Monthly)
The article, 1491, by Charles C. Mann, shows us how North America actually was, in the years before Columbus arrived. From the correspondent of Atlantic Monthly and Business 2.0, Mann presents us with evidence to combat the common misconception that all Indians were savages, and they had no technological advancements whatsoever. This article is riddled with evidence, to support, contrary to popular opinion, during the time before Columbus' arrival, the Americas were a pleasant and beautiful place to live in. Even though this article present examples, where the Indians, i.e. burned down…
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