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People of the Great Plains

From Prehistoric Ages to the 1800s for Kids
Narrated by: Rich Brennan
Length: 9 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 5-7

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From prehistoric times to the 1800s, the Plains or Great Plains were settled by people who migrated from Asia. Around 10,000 years ago, the earliest settlers of America were the Stone Flaked people (Lithic). They chipped rocks to make heads for their spears to hunt food or to make scrapers. The scrapers were for cutting wooden spear handles or for cleaning animal hides to make them soft for wearing. Do you think you could have survived as one of the Great Plains People? 

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