By Thomas L Purvis
From the 1st ecu explorations of the Americas to the arriving of age of yank towns within the 18th century
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When conditions were most favorable for tracking animals who drifted east from what is now Siberia to Alaska. Their descendants ultimately dispersed throughout the Americas to adapt themselves to a wide variety of ecological environments. The earliest Native Americans organized their way of life around big-game hunting. C. , when they first began to forage natural plants and to experiment with seed germination, occupants of what is now the southwestern United States and northern Mexico successfully bred a hybrid of wild grass into corn.
Hurricane sinks 4 ships in the Bahama Channel off Fla. Jan. 7, 1608 Fire destroys Jamestown,Va. Aug. , and sinks 1 ship. … Sep. 6, 1622 Hurricane sinks at leat 9 ships off the Fla. Keys. scores Apr. 26, 1623 Sea storm sinks 2 ships in the Bahama Channel off Fla. Y. … Jun. 11, 1638 Earthquake centered in St. Lawrence valley is felt as far away as Conn. I. , people clutch objects to avoid falling, and ships are swayed at sea. … 1576 A tempest sinks 1 ship in the Bahama Channel off Fla. Nov. 3, 1579 Sep.
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