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A fascinating and thoroughly researched account of man's migrations traced through religion, wars, emigration and farming. The migrations of Neanderthals and later Homo sapiens began our story. Hundreds of typical people carried our story from Europe to America in imaginative ways certain to interest descendants of distant, if not forgotten, generations. Interesting insights into several religious predicaments, one especially reluctant politician, eight millennia of farming technologies, and the wars that impeded human migrations are skillfully presented. A must read for those who would like to know why we became who we are.
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About the Author
Robert Vogt was born in St. Louis, raised in the surrounding farming community, and motivated by his father's admiration of engineers to enter that profession. He has written numerous journal articles and professional society publications leading to this, his first book. His style is factual and true in the manner of scientific investigation. His clear writing and attention to detail has provided a reliable reference book.