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chapter 18 - These were a tribal people and would have been...

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Name: ____Patrick Bakley _____________________ Chapter: ______Chapter 18 _______________________ General Humanities Reading Activity: Reading exercise directions: Each week you will submit a 3-5 paragraph typed paper on that weeks reading. Please pick something of interest out of the chapter and tell me about it. Did you like or dislike it? Why do you think it is important to your learning of humanities? I DO NOT want a summary of the chapter reading. If you turn in a summary I will count it as a zero. The people of both the Americas and Africa were closer too nature at that time then any other civilization had been in a very long time. Everything about these people involved the land especially the Africans. They made everything out to be a spiritual side of nature.
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Unformatted text preview: These were a tribal people and would have been considered almost primitive to the Europeans. These people did everything in a spiritual sense. Whether it was music, art, pottery, poetry, or even dancing, it was done in a ceremonial performance. The Native American people are almost identical to the Africans, which is eerie considering they have a huge ocean between them. They too had art that was done in a spiritual sense toward nature. I thought it was neat how this chapter showed that these two distant people are so close to each other in culture. It is strange though that these people can be so far apart and be alike. It almost makes you wonder if the earth really didn’t connect at one time not to long ago....
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