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Climate Chaos: Lessons on Survival from Our Ancestors

Complete with maps and illustrations, this wide-ranging historical survey is international in scope, while remaining accessible. A title for every reader, no matter their academic background.

Fishing: How the Sea Fed Civilization

A much-needed volume for serious students of world history. Highly recommended for readers interested in archaeology, anthropology, ecology, and environmental science.

The Intimate Bond: How Animals Shaped Human History

History, anthropology, and cultural studies enthusiasts will enjoy this excellent, intelligent book, as will animal lovers of all stripes.

Beyond the Blue Horizon

Fagan paints a thoroughly fascinating portrait of the intricate interaction among ocean, climate, and humanity in the many parts of the world where seafaring cultures developed. This excellent book is sure to appeal to readers with some background and interest in world archaeology and history. With extensive documentation in the end notes.


Recommended reading for anyone with an interest in the history of humans' relationship to water and for science buffs.

The First North Americans

This highly recommended work should be read alongside David J. Meltzer's First Peoples in a New World: Colonizing Ice Age America.

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