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This significant other is constructed from 27 unique contributions via best students within the box and summarizes the nation of anthropological wisdom of Indian peoples, in addition to the heritage that obtained us so far.
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For a time in the 1980s and 1990s a consensus may have been developing that tended toward the higher numbers, although perhaps not the highest. More recently, however, the high numbers and the methods used to P O L I T I C AL A N D H I S T O R I C A L E CO L O G I E S 13 develop them have been ruthlessly critiqued by Henige (1998). These methods rely heavily on figures in early travelers’ accounts and in early census data. As difficult as it is to use these data to develop population estimates, this difficulty pales before the problems inherent in estimating populations prior to contact.
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