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Baker 1 Laura Baker Professor Larson Cultural Anthropology 21 May 2007 Final Story “Many ages ago,” began the wizened shaman, “the San people were considered backwater people by the worldly powers. Yet, we trusted our ancient ways that have sufficed us for eons. Even the worldly powers have ancestors who lived as we do by hunting and gathering.” He paused and looked around the campfire at the eager young ones, then continued, “However, will we continued to thrive in peace and harmony with our land and neighbors, while the worldly powers were burdened with widespread disease and warfare. Soon their animosity against one another would prove the complete destruction of all save one—the United Kingdom. This worldly power has managed to survive, but not without consequences. Its population was severely reduced by bloodshed and rampant disease and its cities were completely flattened to ruble.” “During this time our people chose to stay out of their affairs, but soon our minds would change. For three decades British scholars had lived in our group to
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course S/A 100 taught by Professor Larson during the Spring '07 term at Gustavus.

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