Who Were the Original Indigenous Natives of the World and What Happened to Them?

Who Were the Original Indigenous Natives of the World and What Happened to Them?

Have you ever wondered who were the original people, families, tribes, natives of the world? When did they arrive on the seven continents and what contributions did they make for future people that would inhabit these areas? This book is dedicated to those original people who we may never come to know, understand, or fully appreciate the human struggle that they went through to survive and lay the foundation for succeeding generations.

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