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ANT241Y Lecture 1

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT241Y5
Professor
Alexander Von Gernet
Semester
Fall

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ANT 241Y Lecture 1Aboriginal People of North AmericaConstitution act 1982 protect minorities replace BA ActSection 35 of our constitution relates to aboriginalsRecognizes and affirms the existing aboriginal and treaty rights of the aboriginal peoples of CanadaSection 353 says that the aboriginals people of Canada include Indian inuit and MtisMtis is a community a society a culture Distinct communityANT 241Y Lecture 2Images and MythsFirst impressionEuropeans encountered Homo sapiens sapiensAnatomically modern humans spread into northern Asia between 35000 and 14000 years agoFirst Americans came from AsiaDefinitely arrived by about 14000 years ago some believe it my
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