Wednesday, April 19, 2017

EPIC Native American City Revealed In Kansas

A legacy before these folks were mostly wiped out by good old fashioned American genocide reminds us about the perils of immigration unchecked. Take a look:

Has This Man Found a Massive 16th Century Native American City in Kansas?

A Witchita State University professor is confident he's found an enormous Native American settlement reportedly encountered by the Spaniards 400 years ago but often viewed with skepticism by historians since. The Witchita Eagle reports on Donald Blakeslee's claim that he has found the city of Etzanoa in south-central Kansas, near Arkansas City.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The Indians were wiped out because they made war with the Whites. The Whites were more cunning and more numerous.

Anonymous said...

^^^Idiot. Where did you go to school...KCPS? Did you fail history? What happened to Americans? We used to be a smart nation. God help us.

Tracy Thomas said...

this is very exciting--good work by a WSU professor who stays in communication with the Wichitas---

Anonymous said...

The only native American is the bison. Yancy always ready to appropriate native culture to fit their desires.

The first and largest apocalypse by disease happened before the settlers came in the 1600s. And it wasn't intentional. Later the US proceeded with a policy of genocide when even their phony treaties couldn't crush them.

Had aliens come to Earth in 1491 they would have seen the natives of the Western Hemisphere as a greater civilization and found those in the Old World brutal savages.

Anonymous said...

So does this mean we get another government check/ Hell yes?

Anonymous said...

Seriously...."Witchita State University"...come on man! At least spell Wichita correctly.

Anonymous said...

W shiter U

Bob said...

"Later the US proceeded with a policy of genocide...." American policy toward natives vacillated, sometimes more and sometimes less accommodating, but there was never an official policy of genocide.

An alien in 1491 would easily have distinguished between the more advanced and vigorous societies of Europe and Asia, versus the stone age tribal socities of the Americas and to a lesser extent sub-Saharan Africa. American tribes' isolation from the rest of the world ultimately was their undoing. First, because they had no chance to become resistant to old world diseases, and second because technological innovations that completel changed ways of living in the old world never made it to the new (the plow, the wheel).

Anonymous said...

No two story teepees or mud huts.