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“Ruling over East of Vegas(EOV)”

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#187 Jul 13, 2013
southwest.library.arizona.edu/hav7/body.1_div...

University of arizona

getting up there in history rankings no doubt

Tasmaniac

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#188 Jul 13, 2013
1 Korean American wrote:
… The Tartar Chinese speak the dialect of the
Apaches. The Apaches bear a striking resemblance
to the Tartar. In about the year 1885, W. B. Horton,
who had served as County Superintendent of
Schools, at Tucson, was appointed Post Trader at
Camp Apache, and went to San Francisco to
purchase his stock, where he hired a Chinese cook.
His kitchen adjoined his sleeping apartment, and
one evening while in his room he heard in the
kitchen some Indians talking. Wondering what they
were doing there at that hour of the night, he
opened the door and found his cook conversing
with an Apache. He asked his cook where he had
acquired the Indian language. The cook said:“He
speak all same me. I Tartar Chinese; he speak
same me, little different, not much.” At Williams, in
Navajo County, is another Tartar Chinaman, Gee
Jim, who converses freely with the Apaches in his
native language. From these facts it would seem
that the Apache is of Tartar origin. From the fact
that the Apache language was practically the same
as that of the Tartar Chinese, colour is given to the
theory advanced by Bancroft in his “Native Races,”
Volume 5, p. 33, et seq., that Western America was
“originally peopled by the Chinese, or, at least, that
the greater part of the new world civilization may be
attributed to these people…” Reference Source: The
University of Arizona Library “Books of the South
West” Chapter 1, Indians of Arizona:
http://southwest.library.arizona.edu/hav7/bod...
div.1.html
Still trying to make people think Asians have more of a right to be in America I see. Over six million speakers of that dialect are from white countries. Asians are in the minority. Just like you are in America..

Tasmaniac

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#189 Jul 13, 2013
1 Korean American wrote:
tartar = mongol
Actually, tartar=Eastern European

Tasmaniac

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#190 Jul 13, 2013
1 Korean American wrote:
southwest.library.arizona.edu/ hav7/body.1_div.1.html

University of arizona

getting up there in history rankings no doubt
Thanks for proving what a dumbass you are and disproving your stupid point. Sucks to be a deadshit pedophile today..

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“Ruling over East of Vegas(EOV)”

Since: Dec 12

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#191 Jul 13, 2013
The Tartars are an Asian ethnic group that
originated from Mongolia and Central Asia but a
lot of them became mixed with Russians and Eastern Europeans. Hence
why some look Asian while others look white.

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“Ruling over East of Vegas(EOV)”

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#192 Jul 13, 2013
native americans... Your brothers in Mongolia conquered the european whites... introduced then to gunpowder

then the europeans used that gunpowder and diseases on you

the world was connected even back then

amazing

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“Ruling over East of Vegas(EOV)”

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#193 Jul 13, 2013

1 Korean American

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Since: Dec 12

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#194 Jul 13, 2013
If Cecil B. DeMille were still making movies, he
would relish making an epic Hollywood blockbuster
out of this book. Without creative embellishment he
would have a true story of an advanced Asian
culture which developed block printing in the 8th
century A.D., movable type by midway through the
11th century A.D., and whose WOMEN were
sending letters to the Tibetan government in the
7th-8th century AD. They were also creating iron
and steel products centuries before Europe.
This advanced culture was wiped out by the Mongol
hordes of Genghis Khan, all except for a small
group who resisted and fled to the American
continent. Some of them are known to us today as
the Apache and Navaho. Their escape not only
diminished Genghis Khan's booty, but it also
brought about his death, as the Queen of the ill-
fated civilization forced to migrate to the "New
World" in 1233 A.D. was responsible for his murder.
This remnant of a once-great civilization may have
won vengeance, but they lost a great deal more.
They succeeded in escaping from one of the world's
greatest military geniuses, but they lost both their
homeland and their advanced cultural and scientific
achievements, as their migration forced them to
become hunters and food gatherers
The story of this monumental tragedy is described
in the solid research of Canadian scholar Ethel G.
Stewart, in The. Dene and Na-Dene Indian
Migration 1233 A.D.: Escape from Genghis Khan to
America, ISAC Press, 1991. After 40 years of
unrelenting effort, Ms. Stewart has uncovered a
scenario that deals a hard blow to historical fallacy
of cultural isolation in pre-Columbian America.
An advanced culture was wiped out by Genghis
Khan, except for this small group who fled to the
American continent. Some of them are known to us
today as the Apache and Navaho.

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#195 Jul 13, 2013
ttzlibrary.yuku.com/topic/613/1233-AD-Escape-...

great book from a canadian scholar.

america is still a leader in research. It's one of the few things we still have left

Tasmaniac

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#196 Jul 13, 2013
1 Korean American wrote:
The Tartars are an Asian ethnic group that
originated from Mongolia and Central Asia but a
lot of them became mixed with Russians and Eastern Europeans. Hence
why some look Asian while others look white.
No, they're from tartarstan in Russia. They were defeated by the Mongols. Wrong again..

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#197 Jul 13, 2013
Ethel G. Stewart was roundly beaten up on by her
fellow academics when she first published this
book. Yet today, new evidence and, importantly,
genetics, are backing up her early theories. Whether
time proves Stewart to be 100% accurate or merely
75% accurate is almost irrelevant. What is most
crucial here is that this is the tale of a woman who
dedicated her life to important research, stood by
her findings, and was made to suffer dearly. And as
it turns out, she was almost certainly right. Thank
God she is still alive to see all the "new" discoveries
that are validating her work. We need more like her
in academia.

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“Ruling over East of Vegas(EOV)”

Since: Dec 12

United States

#198 Jul 13, 2013
ethel stewart... what a great woman

is passion like like hers that is so admirable

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#199 Jul 13, 2013
Scholars in the fields of history, linguistics and comparative religion have challenged the conventional view that America is a time capsule of Palaeolithic culture. Most notably, historian Ethel Stewart (1904-
2002) suggested more recent Asian origins for some American Indian languages and religions. Xi-Xia, a Northeast Tibetan kingdom, fell to Genghis Khan in 1227. Orthodox history maintains that the men were slaughtered and the women enslaved. Stewart, however, argued that the warriors of Xia may have fled to America after the conflict. On the basis of similarities she identified in historical and oral traditions, Stewart believed that these warriors were responsible for the introduction of the Athabascan languages to the continent, sometime after the thirteenth century, making them relatively new to America.
Stewart’s views are supported by material evidence of continuous Asian influence in North America, and by linguistic evidence of a link between Athabascan and Central Asian peoples. Linguist Edward Sapir, for example, noting similarity between Tibetan and Athabascan languages, joined them under one phylum.
Supplementing Stewart’s work, this article presents evidence overlooked by Stewart in the field of comparative linguistics, and in comparative studies of Asian and Athabascan ceremonies. Here, I will demonstrate that the nine-day sandpainting rites of Tibetans and Athabascan Navajo share colours, symbols, rules, and names, pointing to the adoption of both systems within the past millennium. I will discuss linguistic similarities that point to a connection between Xia-Tibetan and Athabascan. Also, I will compare symbolism within Navajo and Tibetan cosmology, concluding that Navajo traditions may describe a Central Asian view of the New World.
Introduction
Debates surrounding the origins of indigenous Americans are complicated and politically charged, sometimes dividing native and scholarly circles. The historic maritime diffusion of world cultures may help to explain similarities between disparate groups, but only by disregarding the canonical view of anthropology that American Indians were a people without history.2 Vine Deloria, a Native American scholar, challenges the notion that, prior to the arrival of Columbus in the late fifteenth century, Native Americans were cut off from world history, stating;
I personally feel that unless and until we are in some way connected with world history as early peoples, perhaps even as refugees from Old World turmoils and persecutions, we will never be accorded full humanity. We cannot be primitive peoples who were suddenly discovered half a millennium ago.3
Working among Canadian Dene people, Ethel Stewart heard an Athabascan mi

Tasmaniac

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#200 Jul 13, 2013
1 Korean American wrote:
Scholars in the fields of history, linguistics and comparative religion have challenged the conventional view that America is a time capsule of Palaeolithic culture. Most notably, historian Ethel Stewart (1904-
2002) suggested more recent Asian origins for some American Indian languages and religions. Xi-Xia, a Northeast Tibetan kingdom, fell to Genghis Khan in 1227. Orthodox history maintains that the men were slaughtered and the women enslaved. Stewart, however, argued that the warriors of Xia may have fled to America after the conflict. On the basis of similarities she identified in historical and oral traditions, Stewart believed that these warriors were responsible for the introduction of the Athabascan languages to the continent, sometime after the thirteenth century, making them relatively new to America.
Stewart’s views are supported by material evidence of continuous Asian influence in North America, and by linguistic evidence of a link between Athabascan and Central Asian peoples. Linguist Edward Sapir, for example, noting similarity between Tibetan and Athabascan languages, joined them under one phylum.
Supplementing Stewart’s work, this article presents evidence overlooked by Stewart in the field of comparative linguistics, and in comparative studies of Asian and Athabascan ceremonies. Here, I will demonstrate that the nine-day sandpainting rites of Tibetans and Athabascan Navajo share colours, symbols, rules, and names, pointing to the adoption of both systems within the past millennium. I will discuss linguistic similarities that point to a connection between Xia-Tibetan and Athabascan. Also, I will compare symbolism within Navajo and Tibetan cosmology, concluding that Navajo traditions may describe a Central Asian view of the New World.
Introduction
Debates surrounding the origins of indigenous Americans are complicated and politically charged, sometimes dividing native and scholarly circles. The historic maritime diffusion of world cultures may help to explain similarities between disparate groups, but only by disregarding the canonical view of anthropology that American Indians were a people without history.2 Vine Deloria, a Native American scholar, challenges the notion that, prior to the arrival of Columbus in the late fifteenth century, Native Americans were cut off from world history, stating;
I personally feel that unless and until we are in some way connected with world history as early peoples, perhaps even as refugees from Old World turmoils and persecutions, we will never be accorded full humanity. We cannot be primitive peoples who were suddenly discovered half a millennium ago.3
Working among Canadian Dene people, Ethel Stewart heard an Athabascan mi
You're getting desperate now lol
How does it feel to look like such a dumbass? You're probably used to it by now aren't you lol

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