History Notes 1 - \u25cf \u25cf \u25cf \u25cf Recorded History began in 1540 when Coronado crossed The Plains Through Spoken legend many early tribes claimed to

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Recorded History began in 1540 when Coronado crossed The Plains Through Spoken legend, many early tribes claimed to have come from the land of the sitting sun. Others claimed other areas by oral history. (Rumor) Early Oklahomans came from Asia (Accepted Theory) During the ice age, a huge glacier formed an immense ice cap. This caused the sea levels to lower and exposed a land bridge that connected Russia to Alaska Allowed tribal people to migrate into North America. Ice Age Migration Pleistocene; Epach Thor Heyerdahl; Created boats out of papyrus Set off on May 17, 2970 1970 - Sailed from Egypt to the United States The Bering Strait-Theory: The Bering land bridge is a postulated route of human migration to the Americas from Asia about 20,000 years ago. An open corridor through the ice-covered North American Arctic was too barren to support human migrations before around 12,600 BP. Archeologists trace migration routes and to create a reconstruction and better understanding of the culture of the tribes Prehistoric Oklahoma: Measures 69,000 Square Miles Is extremely Geographically diverse Ozark Plateau: This region is in the Northeastern part of the state. It is a part of the Missouri and Arkansas landscape. The landscape is made up of rivers with steep valley walls, separated by
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